In the time of trouble He shall hide me in His pavilion, in the secret of His tabernacle shall He hide me; He shall set me up upon a rock.@Psalm 27:5

Charles H. Gabriel, Joyful Praise (Cincinnati, Ohio: Jennings & Graham, 1902) (🔊 pdf nwc), number 158. Some hymnals show the author as Jennie Ree and the composer as Adolph Jesreal, both of which are pseudonyms of Charles Gabriel.

When my heart is sore oppressed,
And I seek in vain for rest,
This my daily prayer shall be,
Draw me nearer, Lord, to Thee.

Refrain

Hide me, Oh, my Savior, hide me,
’Till the storm of life is past;
Safe inside the haven guide me,
Oh, receive my soul at last.

In temptation’s trying hour,
When I feel the tempter’s power,
Near me then, O Lord, abide,
Strengthen me, and be my guide.

Refrain

When my day of life is o’er,
And I tremble on the shore
Of the dark and unknown sea,
Then, O Lord, my comfort be.

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