Table of Contents
- 1 - Be Still, My Soul
- 2 - Blessed Assurance
- 3 - Day By Day
- 4 - How Firm a Foundation
- 5 - Leaning On The Everlasting Arms
- 6 - Nearer, My God, to Thee
- 7 - Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus
- 8 - What a Friend We Have in Jesus
1 - Be Still, My Soul
Be Still, My Soul Words: Katharina von Schlegel, b. 1697 Tune: Jean Sibelius, 1865-1957 Category: Life in Christ C G C Dm C G C Am G C 1. Be still, my soul! the Lord is on thy side; 2. Be still, my soul! thy God doth un -der - take 3. Be still, my soul! the hour is has-t'ning on C G C Dm C G C Am G C 1. Bear pa -tient-ly the cross of grief or pain; 2. To guide the fu-ture as He has the past. 3. When we shall be for -ev -er with the Lord, Em Am G Dm 1. Leave to thy God to or-der and pro -vide 2. Thy hope, thy con-fi-dence let noth-ing shake; 3. When dis-ap -point-ment, grief, and fear are gone, Dm C G C Am G E 1. In ev-'ry change He faith-ful will re-main. 2. All now mys-te-rious shall be bright at last. 3. Sor-row for-got, love's pur -est joys re-stored. C Em Am C G Dm 1. Be still, my soul! thy best, thy heav'n-ly Friend 2. Be still, my soul! the waves and winds still know 3. Be still, my soul! when change and tears are past; Dm C G C Am G C 1. Thru thorn-y ways leads to a joy-ful end. 2. His voice Who ruled them while He dwelt be-low. 3. All safe and bless-ed we shall meet at last.
2 - Blessed Assurance
Blessed Assurance Words: Fanny J. Crosby 1820-1915 Tune: Phoebe P. Knapp 1939-1908 Category: Assurance D G D 1 Bless-ed as-sur-ance, Je-sus is mine! 2 Per-fect sub-mis-sion, per-fect de-light! 3 Per-fect sub-mis-sion- all is at rest, D A E A 1 O what a fore -taste of glo-ry di-vine 2 Vi-sions of rap-ture now burst on my sight; 3 I in my Sav -ior am hap-py and blest D G D 1 Heir of sal-va-tion, pur-chase of God 2 An-gels de-scend-ing bring from a-bove 3 Watch-ing and wait-ing, look-ing a -bove, D G Em D A A7 D 1 Born of His Spir-it, washed in His blood. 2 Ech-oes of mer -cy, whis -pers of love. 3 Filled with His good-ness, lost in His love. Chorus D G D G A E A This is my sto-ry, this is my song, Prais-ing my Sav-ior all the day long; A D G D G Em D A A7 D This is my sto-ry, this is my song, Prais-ing my Sav-ior all the day long.
3 - Day By Day
Day by Day Words: Carlina S. Berg 1832-1903 Tune: Oscar Ahnfelt 1813-1882 Category: Assurance E C#m F#m 1. Day by day and with each pass-ing mo -ment, 2. Ev-'ry day the Lord Him-self is near me 3. Help me then in ev-'ry trib-u- la -tion F#m B E 1. Strength I find to meet my tri-als here; 2. With a spe-cial mer-cy for each hour; 3. So to trust Thy prom-is-es, O Lord, E C#m F#m 1. Trusting in my fa-ther's wise be -stow -ment, 2. All my cares He fain would bear, and cheer me, 3. That I lose not faith's sweet con-so-la - tion F#m B E 1. I've no cause for wor-ry or for fear. 2. He whose name is Coun-sel-or and Pow'r 3. Of-fered me with-in Thy ho-ly Word. E A 1. He whose heart is kind be-yond meas - ure 2. The pro-tec-tion of His child and treas - ure 3. Help me, Lord, when toil and trou-ble meet-ing, F#m B7 E 1. Gives un-to each day what He deems best 2. Is a charge that on Him-self He laid; 3. E'er to take, as from a fa-ther's hand E C#m F#m 1. Lov-ing-ly, its part of pain and pleas-ure, 2. ""As thy days, thy strength shall be in meas -ure,"" 3. One by one, the day, the mo-ments fleet-ing, F#m B E 1. Ming-ling toil with peace and rest 2. This the pledge to me He made. 3. Till I reach the prom-ised land.
4 - How Firm a Foundation
How Firm a Foundation Words: Rippon's Selection of Hymns 1787 Tune: Traditional American Melody Category: Assurance G C F C G 1 How firm a foun- da-tion, ye saints of the lord, 2 Fear not, I am with thee; O be not dis -mayed, 3 When through fier-y tri-als they path-way shall lie, 4 The soul that on Je-sus hath leaned for re -pose C F C C/B Am C6 G7 C 1 Is laid for your faith in His ex- cel-lent Word! 2 For I am thy God, I will still give thee aid; 3 My grace, all suf -fi -cient, shall be thy sup -ply 4 I will not, I will not de -sert to his foes; C/B Am Am/G F C G 1 What more can He say than to you He hath said, 2 I'll strength-en thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand, 3 The flame shall not hurt thee; I on-ly de -sign, 4 That soul, though all hell should en -deav-or to shake, C F C Am C6 G7 C 1 To you who for ref -uge to Je - sus have fled? 2 Up -held by My right-eous, om-nip -o-tent hand. 3 Thy dross to con -sume and thy gold to re -fine. 4 I'll ne- ver, no nev -er, no nev -er for -sake!
5 - Leaning On The Everlasting Arms
Leaning On The Everlasting Arms Words: Elisha A. Hoffman Tune: Anthony J. Showalter D D7 G 1. What a fellow -ship, what a joy divine 2. O how sweet to walk in this pilgrim way, 3. What have I to dread, what have I to fear, D A 1. Leaning on the everlasting arms; 2. Leaning on the everlasting arms; 3. Leaning on the everlasting arms; D D7 Em G 1. What a blessed - ness, what a peace is mine, 2. O how bright the path grows from day to day, 3. I have blessed peace with my Lord so near, D A D 1. Leaning on the everlast-ing arms. 2. Leaning on the everlasting arms. 3. Leaning on the everlasting arms. D D7 G D A D A Lean-ing, leaning, safe and secure from all a-larms; D D7 G Em D A7 D Lean-ing, lean-ing, leaning on the ever-lasting arms.
6 - Nearer, My God, to Thee
Nearer, My God, to Thee Words: Sarah F. Adams, 1805-1848 Tune: Lowell Mason 1792-1872 Category: Prayer and Death G D Em C G D 1 Near -er, my God, to Thee, Near-er to Thee! 2 There let the Way ap-pear, Steps un-to heav'n; 3 Then with my wak-ing thoughts Bright with Thy praise, G D Em C G D G 1 E'en though it be a cross That rais-eth me; 2 All that thou send-est me, In mer-cy giv'n; 3 out of my ston-y griefs Beth-el I'll raise; G C G Bm C G D 1 Still all my song shall be, Near-er, my God, to Thee! 2 An -gels to beck-on me Near-er, my God, to Thee! 3 So by my woes to be Near-er, my God, to Thee! G C G D G 1 Near-er, my God, to Thee, Near-er to Thee! 2 Near-er, my God, to Thee, Near-er to Thee! 3 Near-er, my God, to Thee, Near-er to Thee!
7 - Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus
Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus Words: Louisa M. R. Stead 1850-1917 Tune: William J. Kirkpatrick 1838-1921 Category: Faith and Trust G D C G D A7 D 1'Tis so sweet to trust in Je - sus, Just to take Him at His Word; 2 O how sweet to trust in Je - sus, Just to trust His cleans-ing blood; 3 Yes,'tis sweet to trust in Je - sus, Just from sin and self to cease; 4 I'm so glad I learned to trust Him, Pre-cious Je-sus, Sav -ior, Friend; G D C G C G D G 1 Just to rest up -on His prom -ise, Just to know, "Thus saith the Lord." 2 Just in sim -ple faith to plunge me ' Neath the heal-ing, cleans-ing flood! 3 Just from je-sus sim-ply tak -ing Life and rest, and joy and peace. 4 And I know that he is with me, Will be with me to the end. Chorus (alt F - D) G D Em G D G Em D A7 D Je-sus, Je-sus, how I trust Him! How I've proved Him o'er and o'er! G C G C G D G Je-sus, Je-sus, pre-cious Je-sus! O for grace to trust Him more!
8 - What a Friend We Have in Jesus
What a Friend We Have in Jesus Words: Joseph Scriven 1819-1886 Tune: Charles C. Converse 1832-1918 Category: Jesus Christ F Bb F C C7 1. What a friend we have in Je-sus, All our sins and griefs to bear! 2. Have we tri-als and temp-ta-tions? Is there trou-ble an-y -where? 3. Are we weak and heav-y lad-en, Cum-bered with a load of care? F Bb F C C7 F 1. What a priv-i-lege to car -ry Ev-'ry -thing to God in prayer! 2. We should nev-er be dis -cour-aged- Take it to the Lord in prayer! 3. Pre-cious Sav-ior, still our ref -uge- Take it to the Lord in prayer! C Adim C F C7 F Bb F C 1. O, what peace we of-ten for-feit, O, what need-less pain we bear, 2. Can we find a friend so faith-ful, Who will all our sor-rows share? 3. Do thy friends de-spise, for-sake thee? Take it to the Lord in prayer! F Bb F C C7 F 1. All be-cause we do not car-ry Ev-'ry -thing to God in prayer. 2. Je-sus knows our ev-'ry weak-ness- Take it to the Lord in prayer! 3. In His arms he'll take and shield thee- Thou wilt find a sol-ace there.