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28. Only Believe

1. Fear not, little flock, from the cross to the throne,
From death into life He went for His own;
All power in earth, all power above,
Is given to Him for the flock of His love.

Refrain:
Only believe, only believe;
All things are possible, only believe;
Only believe, only believe;
All things are possible, only believe.

2. Fear not, little flock, He goeth ahead,
Your Shepherd selecteth the path you must tread;
The waters of Marah He’ll sweeten for thee,
He drank all the bitter in Gethsemane.

3. Fear not, little flock, whatever your lot,
He enters all rooms, “the doors being shut,”
He never forsakes; He never is gone,
So count on His presence in darkness and dawn.

Text Information
First Line: Fear not, little flock, from the cross to the throne
Title: Only Believe
Author: Paul Rader (1921)
Refrain First Line: Only believe, only believe
Language: English
Publication Date: 2014
Scripture: ;
Tune Information
Name: [Fear not, little flock, from the cross to the throne]
Composer: Paul Rader (1921)
Incipit: 55453 33323 55676
Key: D♭ Major



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