Horatio Gates Spafford

Horatio Gates Spafford
Horatio Spafford
Short Name: Horatio Gates Spafford
Full Name: Spafford, Horatio Gates, 1828-1888
Birth Year: 1828
Death Year: 1888

Wikipedia Biography

Horatio Gates Spafford (October 20, 1828, Troy, New York – October 16, 1888, Jerusalem) was a prominent American lawyer and Presbyterian church elder. He is best known for penning the Christian hymn It Is Well With My Soul, following a family tragedy in which his four daughters died aboard the S.S. Ville du Havre on a transatlantic voyage.

Texts by Horatio Gates Spafford (20)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
أفاض السلام كنهر جرىHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)Arabic1
إن فاض من قلبي نبع السلامHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)Arabic1
إذا فاض نهر سلامي وإنHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)Arabic1
A kau ma ku'u ala ka lama la'ila'iHoratio G. Spafford, 1828-1888 (Author)Hawaiian3
De paz inundada mi senda ha estéHoratio G. Spafford (Author)Spanish9
Grander earth has quaked beforeHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)English6
Ho ye who seek to shunHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)2
Just come from heaven, how bright and fairHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)2
När frid som en flod öfverväller min stig Horatio Gates Spafford (Author)Swedish2
Naar Fred, lig en FlodstroemHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)2
No umayto caniacH. G. Spafford (Author)Tagalog2
N'r frid jag atnjuter sa rikHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)2
平安如水流,正一路跟隨我 (Píng'ān rúshuǐ liú, zhèng yīlù gēnsuí wǒ)Horatio Gates Spafford (Author)Chinese2
Que tout en mon coeur soit bonheur et joieHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)2
Se paz a mais doce eu puder desfrutarHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)Portuguese2
Still Sundays, rising o'er the worldHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)2
There comes a time when life is spedHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)2
Wenn Friede mit Gott meine Seele durch dringtHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)German13
When peace, like a river, attendeth my wayHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)English427
Whenever my heart is heavyHoratio Gates Spafford (Author)2

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