Keep on Believing

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1 When you feel weakest, dangers surround,
Subtle temptations, troubles abound;
Nothing seems hopeful, nothing seems glad,
All is despairing, often-time sad.

Keep on believing, Jesus is near,
Keep on believing, there’s nothing to fear;
Keep on believing, this is the way,
Faith in the night, as well as the day.

2 If all were easy, if all were bright,
Where would the cross be? Where would the fight?
But in the hardness, God gives to you
Chances for proving what He can do.

Keep on rejoicing, Jesus is near,
Keep on rejoicing, there’s nothing to fear;
Keep on rejoicing, This is the way,
Songs in the night as well as the day

3 God is your Wisdom, God is your Might,
God’s ever near you, guiding you right;
He understands you, knows all you need,
Trusting in Him you’ll surely succeed.

Keep on rejoicing, Jesus is near,
Keep on rejoicing, there’s nothing to fear;
Keep on rejoicing, This is the way,
Songs in the night as well as the day

4 Let us press on then; never despair,
Live above feeling, victory’s there;
Jesus can keep us so near to Him,
That nevermore our faith shall grow dim.

Keep on rejoicing, Jesus is near,
Keep on rejoicing, there’s nothing to fear;
Keep on rejoicing, This is the way,
Songs in the night as well as the day.

Source: The Best of All: complete #237

Author: Mildred Duff

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Editor: Alfred B. Smith

Alfred B. Smith Al Smith 1916-2001 Often called the dean of Gospel music, Dr. Al Smith, was a composer, Gospel soloist, song leader, lecturer, and an authority on church music, recording artist and music publisher. You may have seen or heard him on national radio or television, met him in a little white New England church where he was giving a concert, found him lecturing in a classroom to a group of college students, or leading a great audience of some 20,000 in singing at a conference in Knoxville, Tennessee. Wherever you may have found Dr. Smith, you were sure to find a man who enjoyed the work God called him to do... to challenge hearts and lives with the "Singing Gospel" and tell the interesting histories of the songs and their… Go to person page >

Author: Lucy M. Booth-Hellberg

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First Line: When you feel weakest, dangers surround
Title: Keep on Believing
Author: Mildred Duff
Author: Lucy M. Booth-Hellberg
Editor: Alfred B. Smith
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Keep on believing, Jesus is near

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