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What e'er my God ordain is right:

written by Samuel Rodigast

What e'er my God Ordain is right:
His holy will abideth;
I will be still what e'er He doth,
and follow where He guideth.
He is my God, though dark my road.
He holds me that I shall not fall.
And so to him, I leave it all.
He holds me that I shall not fall.
What e'er my God ordain 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.
His hand can turn my griefs away.
What e'er my God ordain is right, though now this cup I'm 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.
Sweet comfort yet shall fill my heart.
What e'er my God ordain is right.
Here shall my stand be taken.
Though sorrow, need, or death be mine, yet I am 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.
He holds me that I shall not fall.
He is my God, though dark my road.
He holds me that I shall not fall,
and so, to Him I leave it all.
He holds me that I shall not fall.


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