[Written for the Sentinel]

Omnipresence

When doubt besets me, then I sing;When fear assails me, then I clingTo God as omnipresent good;And His great presence, understood,Has never failed in calm to bringThe comfort of His shielding wing.

When pride or envy rear their heads,Or anger fiercely o'er me treads,Then must I know Omnipotence,And other powers a poor pretense.So peace its blessing on me sheds,Which leaves no doubts, or fears, or dreads.

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August 17, 1929
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