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It may not be on the mountain's height


    • It may not be on the mountain's height, 
    • or over the stormy sea; 
    • it may not be at the battle's front 
    • my Lord will have need of me; 
    • but if by a still, small voice He calls 
    • to paths that I do not know, 
    • I'll answer, ‘Dear Lord, with my hand in Thine, 
    • I'll go where You want me to go.’ 

    • I'll go where You want me to go, dear Lord, 
    • over mountain, or plain, or sea; 
    • I'll say what You want me to say, dear Lord, 
    • I'll be what You want me to be. 

    • Perhaps today there are loving words 
    • which Jesus would have me speak; 
    • there may be now in the paths of sin 
    • some wanderer whom I should seek; 
    • O Saviour, if Thou wilt be my guide, 
    • though dark and rugged the way, 
    • my voice shall echo the message sweet, 
    • I'll say what You want me to say. 

    • There's surely somewhere a lowly place, 
    • in earth's harvest fields so wide, 
    • where I may labour through life's short day 
    • for Jesus the crucified. 
    • So trusting my all to Thy tender care, 
    • and knowing Thou lovest me, 
    • I'll do Thy will with a heart sincere, 
    • I'll be what You want me to be

  • Album: English Hymns, Artist: Mary Brown, Language: English, Viewed: 834 times