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All is well

Representative Text

1 Savior, grant me rest and peace,
Let my troubled dreamings cease;
With the chiming midnight bell,
Teach my heart that "all is well."

2 I would trust my all with Thee,
All my cares and sorrows flee,
Till the breaking light shall tell,
Night is past and "all is well."

3 I would seek Thy service, Lord,
Leaning on Thy promised word;
Let my hourly labors tell
I am Thine, and "all is well."


Source: Great Songs of the Church (Revised) #479

Author: Mrs. L. M. Beal Bateman

Pseudonym: Grace Glenn; Lucinda M. Beal Bateman lived in Ionia, Michigan. She wrote A book of rhymes to suit the times published about 1886 by N. Chapin & Son (Chicago); Gleams of gold published about 1889, and The prohibition speaker: a collection of readings, recitations, dialogues, tableux and songs for temperance and prohibition entertainments published in 1889 by Filmore Bros. (Cincinnati). She married Zadoc Henry Bateman in 1875. They had one daughter, Grace. Dianne Shapiro, from "A book of rhymes to suit the times" and "The Genealogy of Dennis Bowen Caskey and Michelle Lynn Smith" (caskey-family.com/genhome, retrieved 7-1-2018)  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Savior, grant me rest and peace
Title: All is well
Author: Mrs. L. M. Beal Bateman
Copyright: Public Domain



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Great Songs of the Church (Revised) #479

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