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WHATE'ER thou dost, do well—it may not stand An hour, it may for centuries endure; But thou shalt have performed thy Lord's command, And thy reward shall be forever sure.

It may not be a palace thou dost rear, It may be but a cottage for the poor; No matter, 'tis the Lord's; be of good cheer, Palace or cottage, thy reward is sure.

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