It Is Well with My Soul

Yet another old hymn that carries a powerful message is “It Is Well With My Soul.”

When at some of the hardest, most trying points in my life I have asked: How do I go on believing? How can I hold on to my faith when things are not going my way? How do I hang on when things look so bad?

I cannot help but wonder if perhaps the composer of this song felt the same.

Sometimes, it takes God’s holding our hand and seeing us through the fire for us to see how blessed we are. For we are not always delivered from the fire, but rather… by it.

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  1. I first heard this song on a TV series I was watching. Then I looked it up to get the full version of the lyrics. Beautiful, and so uplifting. To me, there was no mistake in composition, this sentiment was, and still is, holy holy holy perhaps even needed to be recited in song more so today!

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