IF thou but suffer God to guide thee,
And hope in Him through all thy ways,
He’ll give thee strength, whate’er betide thee,
And bear thee through the evil days;
Who trusts in God’s unchanging love,
Builds on the Rock that nought can move.
WE would commend a faith that even seems audacious, like that of the sturdy Covenanter, Robert Bruce, who requested as he was dying that his finger might be placed on one of God’s strong promises, as though to challenge the Judge of all with it as he should enter His presence.
EVERY promise of God hath this consideration tacitly annexed to it—“Is anything too hard for the Lord?”
FOR everywhere belief is mighty, belief is invincible.