Only believe.@Mark 5:36
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Isaac Watts (1674–1748)

Isaac Watts, Hymns and Spiritual Songs 1707–09, Book II, number 105. Doubts scattered, or spiritual joy restored.

Jharkand, anonymous, in The Aid to Praise, edited by Kinsley Twining (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Riverside Press, 1875), number 15 (🔊 pdf nwc).

Hence from my soul, sad thoughts, begone,
And leave me to my joys;
My tongue shall triumph in my God,
And make a joyful noise.

Darkness and doubts had veiled my mind,
And drowned my head in tears,
Till sovereign grace with shining rays
Dispelled my gloomy fears.

O what immortal joys I felt,
And raptures all divine,
When Jesus told me I was His,
And my Belovèd mine.

In vain the tempter frights my soul,
And breaks my peace in vain;
One glimpse, dear Savior, of Thy face
Revives my joys again.