In me ye shall have peace

In times of sorrow, God is near

Author: E. W. Chapman
Tune: [In times of sorrow, God is near]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 In times of sorrow, God is near,
His vigils never cease,—
His tender, loving voice I hear,
“In Me ye shall have peace.”

Refrain:
O blessed peace! sweet boon of heav’n!
That bids our trouble cease;
O precious word, divinely giv’n,
“In Me ye shall have peace.”

2 Tho’ long and weary is the night,
And morn brings no relief,
Yet faith the promise still believes,
“In Me ye shall have peace.” [Refrain]

3 His love we may not understand,
While trials here increase,
But yet we know His word is sure,
“In Me ye shall have peace.” [Refrain]

4 Soon shall our eyes the land behold
Where pain and care shall cease;
Till then we’ll trust the promise sweet,
“In Me ye shall have peace.” [Refrain]

Source: Gospel Hymns No. 6 #80

Author: E. W. Chapman

Anzentia Igene (Angie) Perry Chapman, 1849-1889. Born near Lansing, MI, Angie was the wife of Free Methodist minister, Edwin W. Chapman. They had three children. She helped on his evangelism tours and rural preaching circuits. They worked in Sparta, MI, and helped found the first Free Methodist church in Grand Rapids, MI. She also wrote hymn lyrics. In 1888 they followed an evangelistic tour of Kansas, and them moved to Isabella County, MI. She died in Mt. Pleasant, MI. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In times of sorrow, God is near
Title: In me ye shall have peace
Author: E. W. Chapman
Refrain First Line: O blessed peace, sweet boon of heaven
Copyright: Public Domain

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Christian Endeavor Edition of Gospel Hymns No. 6 #80

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Gospel Hymns No. 6 #80

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