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COMPANIONSHIP

God of the great-out-of-doors, when I'm weak
Let me walk alone in the fields with Thee
Beneath a sunny roof at noon, at night
When stars gleam bright for me to see
Speak to me through the songs of little birds,
Through waters rushing onward to the sea;
No word of Thine will ever fruitless fall
As I walk alone in the fields with Thee.

God of the great-out-of-doors, when I'm afraid
Let me walk alone in the fields with Thee
When life's storm are harsh and friendships fail
Thou alone must my guide and teacher be.
Let not my feet go in any crooked way
Or bitter my tongue in any manner be
And no forgiveness hide within my heart
As I walk alone in the fields with Thee.

God of the great-out-of-doors, when I grow old
Put Thine arms around me so I will know
When my day is waning and night's coming on
That I shall walk with Thee where Thou dost go.
Then, in that land beyond the evening star,
Where all its glorious beauty I shall see,
I'll have no fear of clouds and life's dark storms
As I walk alone in heaven's field with Thee.