‘Til The Storm Passes By

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Whate’er My God Ordains Is Right

~Samuel Rodigast~

Whate’er my God ordains is right:
Holy His will abideth;
I will be still whate’er He doth;
And follow where He guideth:
He is my God: though dark my road,
He holds me that I shall not fall:
Wherefore to Him I leave it all.

Whate’er my God ordains is right:
He never will deceive me;
He leads me by the proper path;
I know He will not leave me:
I take, content, what He hath sent;
His hand can turn my griefs away,
And patiently I wait His day.

Whate’er my God ordains is right:
Though now this cup, in drinking,
May bitter seem to my faint heart,
I take it, all unshrinking:
My God is true; each morn anew
Sweet comfort yet shall fill my heart,
And pain and sorrow shall depart.

Whate’er my God ordains is right:
Here shall my stand be taken;
Though sorrow, need, or death be mine,
Yet am I not forsaken;
My Father’s care is round me there;
He holds me that I shall not fall:
And so to Him I leave it all.

http://hymnbook.igracemusic.com/hymns/whateer-my-god-ordains-is-right

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ln616tQymNw..

 

 

I Asked The Lord

This hymn was written as a testament to a difficult time in John Newton’s life. He and his friend William Cowper had embarked on a project that was to become the Olney Hymns Collection, but not long into the project, Cowper went insane. Newton wrote that it seemed as though God was going out of His way to make life difficult for him then realized that even through adversity, God continues to work.

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