“Heaviness in the heart of man maketh it stoop: but a good word maketh it glad.” Proverbs 12:25
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|Words: Frances Jane (Fanny) Crosby, in The Wells of Salvation: Songs for the Sabbath School, by John R. Sweney and William J. Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1881). |
Music: John Robson Sweney
Our lives, we are told, are but fleeting at best,
Like roses they fade and decay;
Then let us do good while the present is ours,
Be useful as long as we stay.
Do good unto others, do good while we can,
Our moments how quickly they fly;
Remember the proverb, remember it now,
We all can do good if we try.
A look or a smile, that kindness we give,
May comfort a desolate heart;
May sweeten a life that is lonely and sad,
And hope to the weary impart
How many around us are strangers to God,
How many poor children we see;
If such we could bring to the foot of the cross,
How grateful and glad we should be.
We all can do good, and we all can bestow
Some gift for the sake of the Lord;
If only a cup of cold water we give,
Our souls will not lose their reward.