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“ Tye Day baty enough of its own grief.”
MATT. VI. 34 (GENEVA VERSION).
TAKE no thought for the morrow, its trials or dangers,
Why burden thy spirit with deepening gloom ?
It needeth no shadow of dark things to come.
Take no thought for the morrow, no sorrow shall touch thee
But that which thy God in His Son hath decreed;
And seek for His strength in the moment of need.
Take no thought for the morrow, rich mercy abounding,
Hath marked every step of thy pathway till now:
Effacing those dark lines of care from thy brow.
Take no thought for the morrow, its dawning may find thee
A spirit at rest 'neath the altar of God,
BY A LADY. (Kindly communicated by Mr. Sedgwick).