(I’m no fan of Sunday school but, besides that, this poem is sadly on-the-mark.–Anna) I’ll go where you want me to go, Dear Lord. Real service is what I desire. I’ll say what you want me to say, Dear Lord. But don’t ask me to sing in the choir! I’ll say what you want me… Continue reading A Picture Of American Churchanity?
Another Year Is Dawning Another Year is dawning! Dear Master let me be, In working or in waiting, Another year with thee. Another year in leaning, Upon Thy loving breast, Of ever-deepening trustfulness Of quiet, happy rest. Another year of mercies, Of faithfulness and grace; Another year of gladness, In the shinning on thy face,… Continue reading Another Year For Thee by Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)
Trust Him when dark doubts assail thee, Trust Him when thy strength is small, Trust Him when to simply trust Him Seems the hardest thing of all. Trust Him, He is ever faithful; Trust Him, for His will is best; Trust Him, for the Heart of Jesus Is the only place of rest. … Continue reading Trust Him (poet unknown)