Excerpt from A Book for Friends
And so through all those nights and days My spirit walked in hidden ways, And found no place for fear. Though evening shadows fell around, My paths were in Thy garden-ground, I heard Thee speaking near.
But now an altered lot is mine, ... Alike ordained by Love Divine, To run, yet run with weight Not wholly weak or wholly strong To work, nor even ask how long Shall last this weary state.
Now help me do what work I may And when I cannot work, to pray, Not saddening any one. These hourly pangs Thine eye must see Help me to hide from all but Thee, And so Thy will be done!
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