[Written for the Sentinel]

If God is Really God to Me

If God is really God to me,There is no binding pain;For His great presence, realized,Brings sweetest peace again.And when earth's dreary problems throng,And fill the way with gloom,I only knows His love is mine.And sunshine floods the room.

If God is really God to me,The bitterness of yearsIs blotted out with unselfed love,Which dries the blinding tears.And when from weariness and strifeEach moment seems a test,I just remember the dear words,"And I will give you rest."

August 21, 1926
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