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When Thou Passest Through The Waters

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  • Paper: Glossy Card
  • Size: 3.5 inches x 6 inches
  • Pages: 2
  • Version: KJV
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“When thou passest through the waters” (Isaiah 43:2).

Is there any heart discouraged

As it journeys on its way?

Does there seem to be more darkness

Than there is of sunny day?

Oh, it’s hard to learn the lesson,

As we pass beneath the rod,

That the sunshine and the shadow

Serve alike the will of God;

But there comes a word of promise

Like the promise in the bow—

That however deep the waters,

They shall never overflow.

When the flesh is worn and weary,

And the spirit is depressed,

And temptations sweep upon it,

Like a storm on ocean’s breast,

There’s a haven ever open

For the tempest-driven bird;

There’s a shelter for the tempted

In the promise of the Word;

For the standard of the Spirit

Shall be raised against the foe,

And however deep the waters,

They shall never overflow.

When a sorrow comes upon you

That no other soul can share,

And the burden seems too heavy

For the human heart to bear,

There is One whose grace can comfort

If you’ll give Him an abode;

There’s a Burden-Bearer ready

If you’ll trust Him with your load;

For the precious promise reaches

To the depth of human woe,

That however deep the waters,

They shall never overflow.

When the sands of life are ebbing

And I know that death is near;

When I’m passing through the valley,

And the way seems dark and drear;

I will reach my hand to Jesus,

In His bosom I shall hide,

And ’twill only be a moment

Till I reach the other side;

It is then the fullest meaning

Of the promise I shall know.

“When thou passest through the waters,

They shall never overflow.”

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