Excerpt from The Juvenile Instructor, Vol. 18: Organ for Young Latter-Day Saints; June 15, 1883
There are guardian angels ever Watching o'er the paths we tread; Ever watching, weary never, If we will by them be led. Watching lest our footsteps falter As we walk life's rugged road; Watching lest our course we alter, And we reach not that abode Where they ever strive to lead us: In the paths the good have trod, And with strength and hope to feed us, Till they lead us up to God.
There are angels watching ever, Dark intents and thoughts have they.
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