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Living by Faith
Words by James Wells
Music by J.L. Hearth
© 1946 Renewal in His Voice in Song,
R.E. Winsett, Owner

Romans 14:23
"... for whatsoever is not of faith is sin"

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          I care not today what the morrow may bring,
          If shadow or sunshine or rain.
          The Lord, I know, ruleth o'er everything,
          And all of my worry is vain.

            Chorus
            Living by faith  (Yes, living by faith)
            In Jesus above  (in Jesus above)
            Trusting, confiding  (trusting, confiding)
            In His great love  (yes, in His great love)
            From all harm safe  (safe from all harm)
            In His sheltering arm  (His sheltering arm)
            I'm living by faith  (I'm living by faith)
            And feel no alarm.  (feel no alarm)

          Tho' tempests may blow and the storm clouds arise;
          Obscuring the brightness of life.
          I'm never alarmed at the overcast skies,
          The Master looks on at the strife.

            Chorus
            Living by faith  (Yes, living by faith)
            In Jesus above  (in Jesus above)
            Trusting, confiding  (trusting, confiding)
            In His great love  (yes, in His great love)
            From all harm safe  (safe from all harm)
            In His sheltering arm  (His sheltering arm)
            I'm living by faith  (I'm living by faith)
            And feel no alarm.  (feel no alarm)

          I know that He safely will carry me thro'
          No matter what evils betied;
          Why should I then care, tho' the tempest may blow,
          If Jesus walks close to my side.

            Chorus
            Living by faith  (Yes, living by faith)
            In Jesus above  (in Jesus above)
            Trusting, confiding  (trusting, confiding)
            In His great love  (yes, in His great love)
            From all harm safe  (safe from all harm)
            In His sheltering arm  (His sheltering arm)
            I'm living by faith  (I'm living by faith)
            And feel no alarm.  (feel no alarm)


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