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William Williams

In another hymn we see him a solitary wanderer on the high and dangerous mountain footpath; the path is very narrow, and underneath him is a fearful depth. What if he miss his footing!

In Thy hand I cannot fall,

Though the weakest of them all;

In Thy hand at length I come

From my trials safely home.

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