Oswald Chambers Oswald Chambers (1874 - 1917)
A saint's life is in the hands of God as a bow and arrow in the hands of an archer. God is aiming at something the saint cannot see; He stretches and strains, and every now and again the saint says, I cannot stand any more. But God does not heed; He goes on stretching until His purpose is in sight, then He lets fly.
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William Williams Pantycelyn (1717-1791), also known as Williams Pantycelyn, was a poet and writer and is generally acknowledged as Wales' most famous hymn writer. He was also one of the key leaders of the eighteenth-century Welsh Methodist revival.

Saviour, lead us by Thy power Safe into the promised rest; Choose the path, the way whatever, Seems to Thee, O Lord, the best; Be our guide in every peril, Watch and keep us night and day, Else our foolish hearts will wander From the straight and narrow way. Since in Thee is our redemption And salvation full and free, Nothing need our souls dishearten But forgetfulness of Thee; Nought can stay our steady progress, More than conquerors we shall be, If our eye, whate'er the danger, Looks to Thee, and none but Thee.

In Thy presence we are happy, In Thy presence we're secure; In Thy presence all afflictions We can easily endure; In Thy presence we can conquer, We can suffer, we can die; Wandering from Thee, we are feeble; Let Thy love, Lord, keep us nigh.

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