"Father, I will go," I said; "At Your bidding I will venture out, and will do Your will; Perform all things diligently at Your behest, Relinquish my own desires, reservations, deepest yearnings, To do Your will, Yours only. I will travel to whatever far country You send me, Leaving home and hearth, kith and loving kin, Sheltered garden, worn paths, known ways, Loved landmarks, safe grooves, sure resting places.
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