Troubled art thou, O be of good cheer

Troubled art thou, O be of good cheer

Author: Abner F. Bowling
Tune: [Troubled art thou, O be of good cheer]
Published in 4 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

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1 Troubled art thou? oh, be of good cheer;
Go and tell Jesus, he ever is near;
No anguish so deep, no trouble so dark,
But Jesus can bit it forever depart.

Refrain:
Go and tell Jesus, he ever is near;
Go and tell Jesus, have nothing to fear;
No anguish so deep, no trouble so dark,
But Jesus can bid it forever depart.

2 Tempted art thou? the Lord will provide
A way of escape; keep close to his side;
In watching and pray’r, by looking to him,
A crown of rejoicing, a vict’ry you’ll win. [Refrain]

3 Doubting art thou? examine thine heart,
Perhaps from the Savior you’re prone to depart;
Your love growing cold, your faith getting weak,
Repair to thy closet, with Jesus go speak. [Refrain]

4 Weary art thou, press on in the way,
Strength shall be given to thee with the day;
The burdens of life, if patiently borne,
Give place unto rest at the break of the morn. [Refrain]

Source: Songs of Matchless Love: for evangelistic services, devotional meetings and Sunday schools #52

Author: Abner F. Bowling

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Text Information

First Line: Troubled art thou, O be of good cheer
Author: Abner F. Bowling
Refrain First Line: Go and tell Jesus, he ever is near

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