Growing up, there is another hymn that stayed rather close to my heart. Especially in times when my fairh waned. Much like doubting Thomas, this hymn showed me the truth time and time again when I was scared to believe.
Sometimes, even now, I think of this hymn when I’m feeling doubtful or afraid. For there is no one greater or unwaning than my Savior who has seen me through.
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Words: Baylus Benjamin McKinney (b. July 22, 1886; d. Sept. 7, 1952)
Music: Baylus Benjamin McKinney
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