Excerpt from The Relief Society Magazine, Vol. 12: January, 1925
Oh, heaven-sent bird! Could I but trust, And count life's keenest sorrows just Could I but bend my selfish will, My Father's purpose to fulfil; Then would He love and succor me Like unto them He fed by thee I f I could only learn to trust, And humbly say, as say I must: I thank Thee, Lord, I thank Thee.
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