go ahead at thine own pleasure,
Nor turn aside at thine own wayward will,
stray afar in search of other treasure,
But close at hand, where I can aid
Across the sea and through the desert places,
Onward and upward
by the one sure way,
Till thou shalt sit with me in heavenly places
the splendors of eternal day.
thou; for thee my call is sounded;
All that I suffered - was it
not for thee?
For thee my soul was bruised, my body wounded,
I died, from
sin and death to set thee free;
No other hand could write thine own life-story,
other make thy choice of gain or loss,
No other win and wear thy crown of glory,
other lift and bear thy destined cross.
thou me - though stranger voices hail thee,|
I am the way and there
is none beside;
There is no other staff that shall not fail thee,
is no other eye than mine to guide;
There is no other shepherd who can fold
By such still waters, in such pastures fair;
There is no other arm
can safely hold thee
In doubt and danger, darkness and despair.
me to lead thee home to God and heaven;
What others do or say is naught to
No other light, no other truth, is given;
Follow - follow thou - follow
By Annie Johnson
Then Peter, turning about, seeth the disciple whom Jesus loved following... 21
Peter seeing him saith to Jesus, Lord, and what shall this man do? 22 Jesus
saith unto him, If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee?
follow thou me.