Hymns of Faith

Ebenezer Beesley, 1840–1906.  Emily Rachel Middleton

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Today The Heavens Drew Apart

Inspired while attending a memorial service for a member of my ward.  This hymn reflects the knowledge that physical death is a temporary state and our spirits continue to progress for eternity. 

Evan Stephens, 1854–1930  Emily Rachel Middleton

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There Is A Book Of Agency

In consideration of the revelations given in the last days.  This is a hymn of comfort for things known and of faith for things unknown.  

James McGranahan, 1840-1907.  Emily Rachel Middleton

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In The Heavens

 A hymn of comfort and hope.  Set to the hymn tune "O My Father".

Henry J. Gauntlett, 1805–1876.   Emily Rachel Middleton

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There Is Hope To Carry On

"Thinking brightly, moving forward, there is hope to carry on!"  this line was written in tribute to President Gordon B. Hinckley.