‘Til the Storm Passes By ~ hymn

'til the storm passes by

An analogy we keep hearing right now is that we are in a storm. Some people feel like it is hurricane force winds. For others, it is the calm before the storm. Others are stuck somewhere in between. And the storm is so big that we have no idea when we might begin to see it ebb away.

But God.

God knows when this will end and He has a plan for it all. God is watching and we should be lifting our eyes to Him. He is our help and our hope. And He will keep us safe “til the storm passes by.”

Blessings,
Lori, At Home.

‘Til the Storm Passes By

words and music: Mosie Lister (1958)

1 In the dark of the midnight I have oft hid my face,
While the storm howls above me and there’s no hiding place.
‘Mid the crash of the thunder, precious Lord, hear my cry.
Keep me safe ’til the storm passes by.

Refrain:
‘Til the storm passes over,
‘Til the thunder sounds no more,
‘Til the clouds roll forever from the sky.
Hold me fast, let me stand
In the hollow of Thy hand.
Keep me safe ’til the storm passes by.

2 Many times Satan whispered, “There is no need to try,
For there’s no end to sorrow, there’s no hope by and by.”
But I know Thou art with me, and tomorrow I’ll rise
Where the storm never darkened the skies. Refrain

3 When the long night has ended and the storms come no more,
Let me stand in Thy presence on that bright peaceful shore.
In that land where the tempest never comes, Lord, may I
Dwell with Thee when the storm passes by. Refrain

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2 thoughts on “‘Til the Storm Passes By ~ hymn

  1. Annette Vellenga (@athomepets) July 14, 2020 at 8:04 pm Reply

    You are doing a great job of picking hymns I have not heard before. Good songs too! 🙂

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