Christian Family Singing ‘Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior’ Is A Blessing To All Those Feeling Shunned And Alone

Sounds Like Reign sing a heartfelt rendition of Christian hymn ‘Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior’ in beautiful moment of worship.


Brackin and Lindsay Kirkland make up the talented singing duo, Sounds Like Reign. They are blessed with God-given talent for music and have been using it for the glory of God for the past several years.

Pass Me Not O Gentle Savior Hymn Story

This 19th-century Christian song was written by Fanny Crosby in 1868 and set to music by William H. Doane in 1870. Fanny was blind from childhood and one evening in 1868, when she was visiting a prison, reciting Bible verses she knew by heart, she heard someone shout out, “Remember me! O Lord, please don’t pass me by.”

Pass me not, O gentle Savior
Hear my humble cry
While on others Thou art calling
Do not pass me by

Inspired by that incident, Crosby wrote the hymn lyrics on the fear of being excluded and forgotten. It is the worst feeling anyone could ever have of being shunned, or shamed. Our Savior was once mocked and rejected and He understands our pain, let us sing this song whenever we feel the pain of being singled out and isolation.

Savior, Savior
Hear my humble cry
While on others Thou art calling
Do not pass me by

Today Sounds Like Reign and their family sing ‘Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior.’ We are moved to worship the Lord as we hear them sing the words of this beautiful hymn.


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