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Weary not.


If the way be full of trial, weary not.
If it's one of sore denial, weary not.
If it now be one of weeping, 
there will come a joyous greeting
When the harvest we are reaping, weary not.

Do not weary by the way, whatever be thy lot.
There awaits a brighter day,
To all, to all who weary not.

If the way be one of sorrow, weary not.
Happiness will be the morrow, weary not.
Here we suffer tribulation,
Here we must endure temptation,
But there'll come a great salvation, weary not.

Do not weary by the way, whatever be thy lot.
There awaits a brighter day,
To all, to all who weary not.

If misfortune overtake us, weary not.
Jesus never will forsake us, weary not.
He will leave us never, never
From his love there's naught can sever
Glory to the Lamb forever, weary not!

Do not weary by the way, whatever be thy lot.
There awaits a brighter day,
To all, to all who weary not.

I don't know about you, but this song just slayed my life. 

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