Song: Anchored at Last in The Old Story in Song

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Copyright 1905, by H. L. Gilmour, Wenonah, N. J.

Published in The Old Story in Song (Copyright 1906, by Geo. W. Sanville)

Lyricist(s):
Morris, Leila Naylor as Morris, Mrs. Charles H.

Page 108
Format: Full words and music
Designation: 108
Verses: 4 verses

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Anchored at Last, #108

Lyrics

Verse 1
O so long was my bark toss’s about on life’s sea,
But I’ve anchor’d in Jesus at last;
And I heard a sweet voice gently calling to me,
And I’ve anchor’d in Jesus at last.

Chorus
At last! at last! All my doubtings are over, my struggling is past,
And the load of my sin at his feet I have cast,
I have anchor’d in Jesus at last.

Verse 2
Safely moor’d to the Rock which no tempest can shake,
I have anchor’s in Jesus at last;
Tho’ the billows in fury around me may break,
I have anchor’d in Jesus at last.

Verse 3
In the harbor of faith there is safety and rest,
I have anchor’d in Jesus at last;
And a deep settled peace now is filling my breast,
I have anchor’d in Jesus at last.

Verse 4
Deeper groweth my peace as I’m nearing the shore,
I have anchor’d in Jesus at last;
And by simply believing I’m safe evermore,
I have anchor’d in Jesus at last.