He arose, and rebuked the winds and the sea; and there was a great calm.@Matthew 8:26
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James Rowe (1865-1933)

James Rowe, in New Songs of the Gospel No. 2, edited by Herbert J. Lacey, C. Austin Miles & J. Lincoln Hall (New York: Hall-Mack, 1905), number 6.

Cebu Howard E. Smith (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Howard E. Smith (1863-1918)

When angry waves about me roll,
And hide my path across life’s sea,
No fear alarms my trusting soul,
For well I know who pilots me.

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Yes, well I know who pilots me
Across life’s ever troubled sea;
The winds may rave, and waves may swell,
While Jesus pilots, all is well.

Day after day, tho’ tossed about,
And often dangerous rocks I see,
There comes to me no fear nor doubt,
For well I know who pilots me.

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Tho’ each new day brings trials sore,
Tho’ rougher still the ocean be,
I know that I shall reach the shore,
For well I know who pilots me.

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My Savior’s love still guides me on,
My only chart and compass He;
I’ll trust Him till the journey’s done,
For well I know who pilots me.

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