I will not doubt; well anchored in the faith
Like some staunch ship, my soul braves every gale.
So Strong its courage, that it will not fail,
To breast the mighty unknown sea of Death
O may I cry when body parts with a spirit
I do not doubt, so listening workd my hear it . ..?
With my last breath.
Cast thy bread upon the waters
Waft it on - with praying breath
In some distant, doubtful moment
It may save a soul from death.
When you sleep in solemn silence
Neath the morn and evening dew
Stranger hands which you have strengthed
May strew lilies over you.
Cast your bread upon the waters
Far and wide your treasures store
Scatter it with willing fingers
Shout for joy to see it go.
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