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When in the vale of lengthened years My




When in the vale of lengthened years
My feeble feet shall tread,
Ans I survey the various scenes
Through which I have been led;


How many mercies will my life
before my view unfold!
What countless dangers will be past,
What tales of sorrow told!


But yet, my soul! if thou canst say
Iíve seen my God in all;
In every blessing owned his hand,
In every loss his call;


If piety has marked my steps,
And love my actions formed,
And purity possessed my heart,
And truth my lips adorned:


If I an aged servant am
Of Jesus and of God,
I need not fear the closing scene,
Nor dread the appointed road.


This scene will all my labours end;
This road conduct on high;
With comfort Iíll review the past,
And triumph though I die.

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Meter: 8 6 8 6 (C.M.)
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      1851# 511
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