No. 118 In the Ark of His Love

Verse 1:
There’s a place for the Christian to hide
In the hour of his sorrow and woe;
When beateth dark grief’s angry tide,
Oh, ’tis sweet of that refuge to know.

Refrain:
In the ark of His love, of His love,
In the secret pavilion of God;
In the ark of His love, of His love,
In the secret pavilion of God.

Verse 2:
It is far from the world’s noisy strife,
Far away from the turmoil of sin,
None know of its “newness of life,”
Save those who in joy enter in.

Verse 3:
O toilers by sorrow oppressed,
Come enter this joyful abode,
Come, taste of its sweetness and rest,
And cast off your sin-given load.

Nettie J. Hunt/T. Martin Towne
From “Lost and Saved”

I assume “Lost and Saved” is another publication of hymns and/or popular songs. I will have to look into it.

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