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It is Well – Horatio Spafford

If you have never heard the story behind this marvelous hymn it is well worth the time and a tear or two shed. Horatio Spafford had a series of “Job” like experiences which form the inspiration for this hymn. It also has a marvelous recording of the hymn (recorded here at our church in Nuevo…the guys in the video are lip-syncing that’s my voiced dubbed in), the video is narrated by none other than Bill Gaither. Enjoy. Cry, you need to. Be inspired and go to church tomorrow and worship like you mean it.

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