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Jesus Savior, Pilot Me

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  1. Jesus, Savior, pilot me. The sea is a favorite image of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century hymn writers on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Traveling by ship, although an adventure, was also potentially a long and arduous journey fraught with danger, especially storms and unseen rocks.
  2. Jesus, Savior, pilot me. When the darkling heavens frown, And the wrathful winds come down, And the fierce waves, tossed on high, Lash themselves against the sky, Jesus, Savior, pilot me, Over life's tempestuous sea. As a mother stills her child, Thou canst hush the ocean wild; Boisterous waves obey Thy will, When Thou sayest to them, "Be still!".
  3. Hopper wrote the poem, “Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me,” which was published in The Sailor’s Magazine in —but without the author’s name. John Edgar Gould saw the poem, and wrote the music to accompany it—but Hopper was unaware of Gould’s contribution.
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  5. I sang it with my KICC Prayer Team, and the Lord touched me in that I should not fear the Coronavirus and other ills befalling us today, for Jesus Christ will pilot me. Yes, Jesus will pilot His Church, he will pilot the nations of the world, he will pilot president Trump .
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  7. Jesus, Savior, pilot me Over life’s tempestuous sea; Unknown waves before me roll, Hiding rock and treach’rous shoal.

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