Song How Shall The Young Secure
Album The Christian Hymn Book
Genre Traditional Christian Hymns
Writer(s) A. Campbell And Others
Publisher / Copyrights
Tags How Shall The Young Secure
Theme(s) Christ:Sufferings
Scripture Reference(s)
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Beyond Where Cedron’s Waters Flow,
Behold The Suffering Saviour Go
To Sad Gethsemane;
His Countenance Is All Divine,
Yet Grief Appears In Every Line.

He Bows Beneath The Sins Of Men;
He Cries To God, And Cries Again,
In Sad Gethsemane:
He Lifts His Mournful Eyes Above
“My Father, Can This Cup Remove?”

With Gentle Resignation Still,
He Yielded To His Father’s Will
In Sad Gethsemane;
“Behold Me Here, Thine Only Son;
And, Father, Let Thy Will Be Done.”

The Father Heard; And Angels, There,
Sustained The Son Of God In Prayer,
In Sad Gethsemane:
He Drank The Dreadful Cup Of Pain
Then Rose To Life And Joy Again.

When Storms Of Sorrow Round Us Sweep,
And Scenes Of Anguish Make Us Weep,
To Sad Gethsemane
We’ll Look, And See The Saviour There,
And Humbly Bow, Like Him, In Prayer.

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