If I ask for a thing that I should not ask for
If I pray for a thing selfishly
If I ask for myself and not for my neighbor
Lift this veil from my eyes and let me see.
Not my will, thine by done," prayed Jesus.
May this same prayer be mine every day.
When this robe of flesh that I wear makes me falter,
Guide my steps, hold my hand all the way.
If I murmur about the toil of my journey,
If I seek for an easier way,
If I worry because my load gets so heavy,
Make me willing to walk in thy way.
When my pathway is dark and my heart is so weary,
When I feel all alone in this fight,
Come, dear Lord, walk with me along this pilgrim's journey
Be my compass, be my chart, be my guide.
Arthur Smith - 1957
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