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Fear

“Heaviness in the heart of a man maketh it stoop: but a good word maketh him glad.”—Prov. 12:25

I believe all natural men are the subject of heaviness in the heart, and sadness of heart, at times, to a greater or less degree, produced by disappointment and vexation, blasted hopes and blighted affections; and I believe that all natural men are, at times the subjects of gladness, produced by worldly ad­vantages, prosperous circumstances, and smiling prospects; but the diversity of feel­ing expressed . . .

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Ransomed soul, dismiss thy fear,
Jesus for thee will appear;

He will shew a smiling face­—

You will sing delivering grace.

Thy every need he will supply,

Jehovah, Jireh, still he is nigh;

He knows thy wants, he hears thy prayers,
And bottles all thy mournful tears.

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