Thy Will Alone

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1. Thy will alone, dear Lord,
Is all I care to do
In all I act, or speak, or think,
While I remain below.

2. I care not what I do,
I care not where I go,
If thou wilt gently lead me, Lord,
Down thro' this vale of woe.

3. I'm not afraid to trust,
I see thy smiling face;
Thou hast drawn apart the veil for me,
Within the holiest place.

4. Then help me trust thee, Lord,
To all thy will I bow;
A humble suppliant at the throne,
Thou dost receive me now.

Source: Select Hymns: for Christian worship and general gospel service #336

Author: Lottie Blackwood

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Text Information

First Line: Thy will alone, dear Lord
Title: Thy Will Alone
Author: Lottie Blackwood
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Yes, yes, yes, my Lord

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Anthems from the Throne #51TextPage Scan
Melodies of Zion #d254
Salvation Echoes: a new collection of spiritual songs; hymning the tidings of full salvation #200Page Scan
Select Hymns: for Christian worship and general gospel service #336TextPage Scan
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