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The Story Behind "It is Well with My Soul": A History of the Beloved Hymn

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The Story Behind "It is Well with My Soul": A History of the Beloved Hymn
The hymn, which speaks of finding peace in the midst of suffering and loss, has resonated with millions of people around the world for over a century. Its haunting melody and powerful lyrics have been sung at countless funerals, memorial services, and other occasions where people seek comfort and solace.

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Hymn Highlight | The Story of "My Jesus I Love Thee"

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Hymn Highlight | The Story of "My Jesus I Love Thee"

One bit of information I recently discovered about the hymn "My Jesus I Love Thee" since that Facebook Live that made it even more miraculous was that it was written by a teenager!

William Ralph Featherston of Montreal, Canada, is thought to have written these deep theological truths and lines of thankfulness to Christ at the time of his conversion when he was only 16 years old.

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Hymn Highlight | The story behind The Old Rugged Cross

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Hymn Highlight | The story behind The Old Rugged Cross
One day, after long hours of study, prayer and meditation on the word, He said,
 “I saw the Christ of the cross as if I were seeing John 3:16 leave the printed page take form and act out the meaning of redemption. The more I contemplated these truths, the more convinced I became that the cross was far more than just a religious symbol but rather the very heart of the gospel.”

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Hymn Highlight | The Story Behind “He Lives”

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Hymn Highlight | The Story Behind “He Lives”

It was while preaching in California that he encountered a young Jewish man that challenged Alfred by posing the question, “Why should I worship a dead Jew?”

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What Happened When I Read the Bible Cover to Cover

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What Happened When I Read the Bible Cover to Cover
I was not prepared for the transformation God would do in my heart through the reading of His word. I have since realized there is a verse that says “the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12)

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