There is never a day so deary,
But God can make it bright,
And unto the soul that trusts Him.
He giveth songs in the night.
There is never a path so hidden,
But God can lead the way,
If we seek for the Spirit's guidance
And patiently wait and pray.
There is never a cross so heavy
But the nail -scarred hands are there
outstretch in tender compassion
The burden to help us bear.
There is never a heart so broken ,
But the loving Lord can heal.
The heart that was pierced on Calvary
Doth still for his loved ones feel/
There is never a life so darkened
So hopeless and unblessed,
But may be filled with the light of God
And enter His promised rest.
There is never a sin or sorrow,
There is never a care or loss,
But that we may bring Jesus
And leave at the foot of the cross.
No author was given but was on a Bibe track that found in an older Bible. The back of the card said
Faith, Prayer and Tract League, Grand rapids Michi.
They were sold for $0.25 for 1dz, $1.35 for 100 and $2.00 for assorted cards. I remember passing out tracts as a child with the pastor from our church. It was quiet an experience. I hope you enjoy it. I did.
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