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I like to remember that there are people with worse difficulties than I have-- but they are still making their lives work. I also like to remember that my road has "been a little rocky" before... but I made it through. This song helps me remember both of those things. I hope you enjoy!
I was leafing thru a hymnal, and realized so many of the songs have verbs or action words in the title. I have not learned very many of them, but here are some titles that, from the titles alone, can uplift many a low soul. What a rich book, a heritage made available for us, and am glad to have one to peruse, and to learn from or listen to when there is opportunity. I do not mean to derail your thread and in fact thought of starting a new thread, but it seems they suit your thread just fine=). (Dates are the authors' lifetime.)
God is love; His mercy brightens, John Bowring 1792-1872
Lead, kindly Light, J. Newman 1650-80 Praise ye, the Lord, the Almighty, J. Neander 1650-80
God will take care of you, Civilla Martin 1869-1948
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want, From Psa. 23, "Scottish Psaltery"
God moves in mysterious ways, W. Cowper - 1731-1800
I sing the mighty power of God, I. Watts - 1674-1748 Joyful, joyful we adore Thee, H. van Dyke - 1852-1933
Thou didst leave Thy throne - Emily Elliot 1836-97
Come, Thou long-expected Jesus - C. Wesley - 1707-88 While shepherds watched their flocks by night - N. Tate - 1652-1715 Angels we have heard on high - Source unknown, Old French carol