In sorrow I wandered, my spirit oppressedAuthor: James Rowe (1913)
Tune: [In sorrow I wandered, my spirit oppressed]
Published in 72 hymnals
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1 In sorrow I wandered, my spirit oppressed,
But now I am happy—securely I rest;
From morning till evening glad carols I sing,
And this is the reason—I walk with the King.
I walk with the King, hallelujah!
I walk with the King, praise His Name!
No longer I roam, my soul faces home,
I walk and I talk with the King.
2 For years in the fetters of sin I was bound,
The world could not help me—no comfort I found;
But now like the birds and the sunbeams of spring,
I’m free and rejoicing—I walk with the King. [Refrain]
3 O soul near despair in the lowlands of strife,
Look up and let Jesus come into your life;
The joy of salvation to you He would bring—
Come into the sunlight and walk with the King. [Refrain]
The Gospel in Song, 1926 (Timeless Truths)
|Instances (1 - 3 of 3)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|The Cyber Hymnal #3186||I Walk with the King||In sorrow I wandered, my spirit oppressed||[In sorrow I wandered, my spirit oppressed]||James Rowe||<cite>The Lighthouse in Gospel Song</cite> (Birmingham, Alabama: J. D. Patton Company, 1910)|
|The New National Baptist Hymnal #26||I Walk with the King||In sorrow I wandered, my spirit opprest||[In sorrow I wandered]||James Rowe||1994|
|Timeless Truths #269||I Walk with the King||In sorrow I wandered, my spirit oppressed||[In sorrow I wandered, my spirit oppressed]||James Rowe||18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124||Isaiah 9:6||Timeless Truths (http://library.timelesstruths.org/music/I_Walk_with_the_King); Review and Herald Publishing Association, <i>The Gospel in Song</i>, 1926 (89)|