WITH wondrous love she blazed the trail, alone, That all might help to build the King's highway— To level rugged hillsides, and to span Black-shadowed valleys with God's radiant day. Far onward sweeps the road in majesty; Secure, God's happy children journey there; For what can part them? Love alone is Life— And Life is God, and God is everywhere.
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