Song: All the Way in Songs of Love and Praise, No. 4

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Copyright 1897, by Jno. R. Sweney

Published in Songs of Love and Praise, No. 4 (Copyright 1897, by John J. Hood)

Lyricist(s):
Hewitt, Eliza Edmunds

Page 60
Format: Full words and music
Designation: 60
Verses: 3 verses

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All the Way, #60

Lyrics

Verse 1
There’s a veil that hangs before me,
And an unknown pathway hides;
There’s an eye that’s watching o’er me,
An almighty hand that guides.
So I need not fear the morrow;
Peace is in my heart to-day,
For my blessed Saviour tells me,
He’ll be with me all the way.

Chorus
All the way, all the way,
He’ll be with me all the way;
O my blessed Saviour tells me,
He’ll be with me all the way.

Verse 2
At the blood-stain’d cross he met me,
Bade me look to him and live;
Tho’ temptations shall beset me,
Overcoming pow’r he’ll give.
There’s a joy that shines about me,
With a pure and heav’nly ray,
For my blessed Saviour tells me,
He’ll be with me all the way.

Verse 3
In the time of pain and sadness,
His sweet promise I will test;
Welcome, sunny hours of gladness,
By his smile made doubly blest.
Ev’ry step that leads to glory
Shall his wondrous love display,
For my blessed Saviour tells me,
He’ll be with me all the way.