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Temptation or pain ? he told me no less:
Thro' much tribulation must follow their Lord. 6 How bitter that cup no heart can conceive, I Which he drank quite up, that sinners might live,
His way was much rougher and darker than mine;
Did Christ, my Lord, suffer, and shall I repiñe ? 7 Since all that I meet shall work for my good,
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My guilty soul for mercy cries;
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In childhood, youth, and growing years!
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