Vessels for the Master’s Use {70/300}

Roses near Balboa Park, San Diego

Roses near Balboa Park, San Diego

April 9

Daily Proverb:

 The  wicked are overthrown, and are not,

but the house of the righteous shall stand.

Proverbs 12:7


Daily Bible Reading:

Exodus 19

Psalm 41

1 & 2 Corinthians


Inspiring Hymns #70

It’s Just Like His Great Love

A Friend I have, called Jesus, Whose love is strong and true, and never fails howe’er ’tis tried, no matter what I do;  I’ve sinned against this love of His, but when I knelt to pray, confessing all my guilt to Him, the sin-clouds rolled away.

Sometimes the clouds of trouble bedim the sky above, I cannot see my Savior’s face, I doubt His wondrous love;  But He, from Heaven’s mercy-seat, beholding my despair, in pity bursts the clouds between, and shows me He is there.

When sorrow’s clouds o’ertake me, and break upon my head, when  life seems worse than useless, and I were better dead;  I take my grief to Jesus then, nor do I go in vain, for heav’nly hope He gives that cheers like sunshine after rain.

Oh, I could sing forever of Jesus’ love divine, of all His care and tenderness for this poor life of mine; His love is in and over all, and wind and waves obey  When Jesus whispers “Peace, be still!” and rolls the clouds away.

Chorus:  It’s just like Jesus to roll the clouds away, It’s just like Jesus to keep me day by day, It’s just like Jesus all along the way, It’s just like His great love.

Words:   Edna R. Worrell

Music:  DeKoven

Copyright, 1931, by Maggie Haas Strouse.  Renewal.

Assigned 1931 to LIllenas Publishing Co.

Copyright 1951.

Singspiration, Inc.


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