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Others’ Burdens
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My greatest grief is not my own;
That often proves a blessing,
For in my grief God’s care is shown,
And as I am not left alone,
It never proves distressing;

But when my brother’s grief I bear
The weight then seems excessive;
His heavy load I inly share,
And loaded down by double care,
My burden feels oppressive.

Yet I remember Him who bore
The world’s great load of sorrow,
And know that He on me will pour
The needed grace to bear the more,
To-day and on the morrow.