Words: (?-1740); ap­peared in Life of Faith Ex­em­pli­fied and Re­com­mend­ed in a Let­ter Found in the Stu­dy of the Rev. Joseph Belcher, Late of Ded­ham, New Eng­land (Lon­don: 1741).

Music: St. Sav­iour, , 1876.

In all my troubles, sharp and long,
[Or, In every trouble, sharp and strong]
My soul to Jesus flies;
My anchor-hold is firm on Him,
When swelling billows rise.

His comforts bear my spirits up,
I trust a faithful God;
The sure foundation of my hope
Is in a Savior’s blood.

Loud alleluias sing, my soul,
To Thy Redeemer’s Name;
In joy, in sorrow, life and death,
His love is still the same.