In a seven four-line stanzas poem, Emily Brontë expression of a speaker’s irresistible affection for God and the courage that she can draw from her faith remains exemplary. The poetry starts with the speaker asserting that she is untouchable by fear and anxiety. The love she has for God and the power bestows by faith, due to that love, make her unafraid of death. She describes others who are not of the same belief accentuation and sees them as weaker or less faith. She calls them “Vain” and ensures the readers understand that any temptation that might come is unfortunate against the “boundless main”, which is her faith. How can you describe your faith in Christ Jesus? Oh yes: “What a friend we have in Jesus?
All our sins and griefs to bear!” Was it not an exemption to have such faith in Jesus Christ? The speaker understands that God’s love is without limits. There is nothing that could happen to her or happen to the earth that would eradicate that. The poem deduces with the speaker once more, claiming that although death is strong, “he” is nothing against the strength of God. Hallelujah!!!