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As Unto Him

As Unto Him
Whatever you think,
both in joy and in woe,
think nothing you would
not like Jesus to know.
Whatever you say,
in a whisper or clear,
say nothing you would
not like Jesus to hear.
Whatever you read,
though the page may allure,
Read nothing unless
you are perfectly sure
consternation would not
be seen in your look
If God should say solemnly,
"Show me that book!"
Whatever you write
with haste or with heed,
write nothing you would
not like Jesus to read;
whatever voicing
in the midst of your glees,
sing nothing
that God's listening ear could displease.
Wherever you go,
never go where you'd fear
God's question being asked you,
"What doest thou here?"
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