There is not one in all the world today But has the freedom, in his heart, to pray; There is not one but can the truth declare, That God is All, that God is everywhere; That God is good, nor cruel bondage made. There is not one but can be unafraid; Though there seems bond of sickness, sin, or woe, There is not one but can steadfastly know God's law of liberty remains supreme To break all bonds, claimed by the mortal dream.
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