Annie is saddened when her faith-devoted neighbor Ruth passes away, and wonders whether faith is really wroth it because of that. Plato tries to convince her that it is very much worth it by telling the stories of the Hebrew Daniel in the lions' den, who looked to faith always and saw how times of trouble caused it to prove strong, and Harriet Tubman's determination to use faith to continue taking noble risks throughout her life. Even the 23rd Psalm is a good example of why there's enough reason for faith to live throughout life. Written by
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Ruth loved that poem. She said it comforted her. You know, she had a lot of problems. She lost a child... Her husband died... She never had much money. And she had to raise her other kids alone. But she said because of her faith, she never *felt* alone. She always believed God was with her.
We Are Never Alone
Music and Lyrics by J.A.C. Redford
and Marcus Hummon
Performed by Bobbi Page See more