All is well, all is well, for my Savior is my friend

All is well, all is well, for my Savior is my friend

Author: Alfred Arthur Graley
Tune: [All is well, all is well]
Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1 All is well, all is well
For my Savior is my friend;
How He loves, how He loves,
And will love me to the end;
In His fold, in His fold,
Peace and pleasantness abound,
There my soul, there my soul,
Blessed rest has found.

Chorus:
All is well, all is well,
Happy hours with Him I spend,
All is well, all is well,
Jesus is my friend.

2 Cares may come, cares may come,
But in Him I find relief;
Tears may fall, tears may fall,
But He dries the flowing grief;
Foes may frown, foes may frown,
Fiery darts may pierce my soul,
Wounded sore, wounded sore,
Jesus makes me whole. [Chorus]

3 From His side, from His side,
If my wand'ring steps depart,
He restores, He restores,
When the tears of sorrow start;
All my sin, all my sin,
Freely, fully, he forgives,
And His child, and His child,
To His fold receives. [Chorus]

3 From His side, from His side,
If my wand'ring steps depart,
He restores, He restores,
When the tears of sorrow start;
All my sin, all my sin,
Freely, fully, he forgives,
And His child, and His child,
To His fold receives. [Chorus]

4 When I lie, when I lie,
Panting on the bed of death,
Tenderly, tenderly,
Will He watch the failing breath;
Loving words, Loving words,
Will my gloomy fears allay,
On His breast, on His breast,
I shall pass away. [Chorus]

Source: Joyful Songs; a choice collection of new Sunday School music #62

Author: Alfred Arthur Graley

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Text Information

First Line: All is well, all is well, for my Savior is my friend
Author: Alfred Arthur Graley
Copyright: Public Domain

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Heavenward #63

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Joyful Songs; a choice collection of new Sunday School music #62

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The Welcome #76

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