Healer of our every ill
Healer of our every ill. Marty Haugen* (1950- ).
This hymn was written before 1987, when it was copyrighted by GIA Publications Inc, in Chicago. It has since become very popular, and is found in some major hymnals such as the Canadian VU, the Chalice Hymnal and Evangelical Lutheran Worship. In its compassion and sympathy it reflects Haugen’s training in psychology:
Healer of our every ill,
light of each tomorrow,
give us peace beyond our fear
and hope beyond our...
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