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Trust in God

"He causeth the vapours to ascend from the ends of the earth; he maketh lightnings for the rain; he bringeth the wind out of his treasuries. Psalm 135:7"

Our God who reignest up on high,
Though lightnings flash across the sky,
And howling tempests hurry by,
We fear not these, for Thou art nigh
To all who trust in Thee.

Though now the sky is overcast,
And heavy rains are falling fast,
And storm and sleet go driving past,
And day by day the moaning blast
Sweeps dead leaves from the tree,

November time, that seems so drear,
When days are dark and winter near,
Will pass at length, and Christmas cheer
The last hours of the dying year
With song and dance and mirth.

And in due time Thy mighty power
Will give the spring, with sun and shower,
The opening leaf, the early flower,
And birds in every woodland bower
Will sing to gladden earth.

Christian Poetry by Anonymous
Public Domain