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John Brownlie

8,4,8,4,8

I am alone, yet not alone,

For Thou art near:

I cannot see Thy loving face,

But I can hear

The cheering promise of Thy grace.

Thou wilt not leave me in the dark

When falls the night;

For round my path and in my soul

Thou art the Light

To guide me with Thy sweet control.

No want can steal my rich supplies

Of love and peace;

For though I lack what others hold,

My stores increase

With heavenly gifts more rare than gold.

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And Thou wilt bear me all life through,

And in the end

Wilt still abide what Thou hast been,

My constant Friend,

And take me where Thy face is seen.

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