Well with My Soul: Four Dramatic Stories of Great Hymn Writers
The stories behind many favorite hymns are as inspiring as the hymns themselves! Well with My Soul reveals the incredible circumstances that led to songs such as "Like a River Glorious," "There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood," "It Is Well with My Soul," and "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning." Readers will meet Frances Ridley Havergal, William Cowper, Horatio Spafford, and Philip P. Bliss, who overcame great tragedy and trial to pen some of Christendom's greatest hymns of faith. Their hymns and their stories will draw readers nearer to the God who can make everything well with our souls.
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