"Thou, God, Seest Me"

Author: William Cullen Bryant  | Date: 1864


When this song of praise shall cease,

Let thy children, Lord, depart

With the blessing of thy peace

And thy love in every heart.

Oh, where’er our path may lie,

Father, let us not forget

That we walk beneath thine eye,

That thy care upholds us yet.

Blind are we, and weak, and frail;

Be thine aid forever near;

May the fear to sin prevail

Over every other fear.

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