1. Dear 2. But 3. Hast 4. Thy
ref - uge oh! When Thou not mer - cy
of my wea - ry soul, on gloo - my doubts pre - vail, I bid me seek Thy face, and seat is o - pen still, here
On Thee, when waves of trou - ble The springs of com - fort seem to And can the ear of sov - 'reign With hum - ble hope at - tend Thy
can bring a sweet my soul would cleave I ev - er find ble hope at - tend
Thee, when sor - rows fear to call Thee shall I seek in let my soul re -
rise, mine; vain? treat;
grief, for Thou a - lone canst heal; flee? Thou art my on - ly trust; grace at - tends the mourn - er's prayer; still, here let my soul re - treat;
Thy Word And still O may With hum -
roll, my faint - ing hope re - lies. fail, and all my hopes de - cline. grace be deaf when I com - plain? will, and wait be - neath Thy feet.
To Thee I tell each ris - ing Yet gra - cious God, where shall I No, still the ear of sov - 'reign Thy mer - cy seat is o - pen
re - lief for ev - ery pain I feel. to Thee, though pros - trate in the dust. ac - cess to breathe my sor - rows there. Thy will, and wait be - neath Thy feet.
Dear Refuge of My Weary Soul Lyrics: Anne Steele (1716-1778), Public Domain; Music: Matt Merker, © 2013