I Won’t Have to Cross Jordan Alone — Wordwise Hymns

open hymnal in the sunshine

When I come to the river at ending of day,
When the last winds of sorrow have blown;
There’ll be Somebody waiting to show me the way,
I won’t have to cross Jordan alone.

I won’t have to cross Jordan alone,
Jesus died all my sins to atone;
When the darkness I see, He’ll be waiting for me,
I won’t have to cross Jordan alone.

Though the billows of sorrow and trouble may sweep,
Christ the Saviour still cares for His own;
Till the end of my journey, my soul He will keep,
And I won’t have to cross Jordan alone.

Read more, including a fascinating story about the author of this gospel song, via I Won’t Have to Cross Jordan Alone — Wordwise Hymns

Photo taken in Milton, FL, 2018

2 thoughts on “I Won’t Have to Cross Jordan Alone — Wordwise Hymns

  1. So much comfort in this beautiful hymn, dear Angela! In knowing Christ, we don’t fear death… but may dread the dying process… It’s so wonderful to know that we will not walk that path alone, but that He is with us always! Beautiful post! Thank you! ❤ ❤

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