It is Well

On Sundays this month, I’m sharing songs that have spoken to me in my season of waiting.

I’ve always loved “It is Well with My Soul”. It’s always made me feel better. But then I read the story of the man who wrote it. Take some time to read the history. And when you wait, listen to the words of the song knowing where it came from.

This post is part of the 31 Days Writing Challenge, in which a group of writers post a piece every day for the month of October. Want to read all of my posts in this series? Click here

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