The Indian Advocate
Jfaitfjful 3te $e Who gatf) Promfeeb. X.
Take thou no thought for the m6rrow,
G6d 'is thy 'Father arid Friend,
Rest as a child on His promise
r Trust m His Love tonthe end.
Carry the cross with submission,
Under His mighty Hand bend, -Faithful
is he who had promised
,5 Help from His presence to send.
'To day" saith the voice of the Master
Tomorrow may fade from our sight,
Gd forth in the field ere shadows
Tellr6f the coming of night.
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'Remember another Worker '
Who went to'his5 toil all alone; ' f v v .
Changeless and full of compassion
He watches to aid Effs'own.
Take thou nptthought of the morrow
But answer now to His call ' a
"Lord"! I go forth at Thy bidding,
Help Thou me lest I fall?
Emily Agnes Beason
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