Be not afraid

Though the tempest rages, and the day is past

Author: Marianne Farningham
Published in 6 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Tho’ the tempest rages,
And the day is past;
Tho’ the darkness deepens,
And the night falls fast;
There is heard a whisper,
In the thick’ning shade,
“It is I, the Master;
Do not be afraid!”

2 Nothing can be harmful,
Which the Father sends;
Even loss and sorrow,
And the lack of friends
Need not make us fearful,
Troubled or dismayed,
Since the Lord is saying,
“Do not be afraid!”

3 Soon the flowing river,
Will be near our feet;
We must cross the waters,
Ere our loved we meet;
But to give us courage,
Lest we be dismayed,
Christ, the Lord, will whisper,
“Do not be afraid!”


Source: Gems and Jewels #31

Author: Marianne Farningham

Pseudonym, real name Marianne Hearn.… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Though the tempest rages, and the day is past
Title: Be not afraid
Author: Marianne Farningham
Refrain First Line: O be not afraid
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances

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Apostolic Hymns and Songs #102

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Gems and Jewels #31

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Gospel Echoes #77

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Redeemer's Praise #16

Songs of Saving Power #d211

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White Robes for the Sunday School #34

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