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Text Based On John Chapter 15 (KJV)
Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever
I command you.

(Public Domain)
Words: James Grindlay Small: 1817-1888
Music: George Coles Stebbins: 1846-1945
Friend (87.87.D) Verses/Key/v4/Ab


1 I’ve found a Friend, O such a friend!
He loved me ere I knew Him;
He drew me with the cords of love,
and thus He bound me to Him;
And round my heart still closely twine
those ties which naught can sever,
For I am His, and He is mine,
forever and forever.

2 I’ve found a Friend, O such a friend!
He bled, He died to save me;
And not alone the gift of life,
but His own Self He gave me!
Naught that I have mine own I call,
I’ll hold it for the Giver,
My heart, my strength, my life,
my all are His, and His forever.

3 I’ve found a Friend, O such a friend!
All pow’r to Him is given,
To guard me on my onward course,
and bring me safe to heaven.
The eternal glories gleam afar,
to nerve my faint endeavour;
So now to watch, to work, to war,
and then to rest forever.

4 I’ve found a Friend, O such a friend!
So kind and true and tender,
So wise a Counselor and Guide,
so mighty a Defender!
From Him who loves me now so well
what power my soul can sever?
Shall life or death, shall earth or hell?
No! I am His forever.

A Voice In The Wilderness - Canada