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All Things Obey God

"He saith to the snow, Be thou on the earth. Job 37:6"

God's works are very great, but still
His hands do not appear:
Though heaven and earth obey His will,
His voice we cannot hear.

And yet we know that it is He
Who moves and governs all,
Who stills the raging of the sea,
And makes the showers fall.

Alike in mercy He bestows
The sunshine and the rain;
That which is best for us He knows,
And we must not complain.

Whether He makes His winds to blow,
And gives His tempests birth,
Or sends His frost, or bids the snow,
"Be thou upon the earth."

Christian Poetry by Anonymous
Public Domain