"Alone Yet Not Alone"  
I'm alone, yet not alone.  
God's the light that will guide me home.  
With His love and tenderness, 
Leading through the wilderness,  
And wherever I may roam, 
I'm alone, yet not alone. 
 
I will not be bent in fear.  
He's the refuge I know is near. 
In His strength I find my own. 
By His faithful mercies shown.  
That so mighty is His shield  
All His love is now revealed. 
 
When my steps are lost.  
And desperate for a guide, 
I can feel his touch, 
A soothing presence by my side. 
Alone, yet not alone. 
 
Not forsaken when on my own.  
I can lean upon His arm,  
And be lifted up from harm. 
If I stumble, or if I'm thrown, 
I'm alone, yet not alone.  
 
When my steps are lost.  
And desperate for a guide,  
I can feel his touch, 
A soothing presence by my side. 
 
By my side!  
 
He has bound me with His love, 
Watchful angels look from above. 
Every evil can be braved, 
For I know I will be saved. 
Never frightened on my own, 
I'm alone, yet not alone. 
I'm alone, yet not alone. 
 
Performed By: 
Joni Eareckson Tada 
  
Joni Eareckson Tada (born October 15, 1949) is an evangelical Christian author, radio host, and founder of Joni and Friends, an organization "accelerating Christian ministry in the disability community". She was the the youngest of four daughters. 
As a teenager, Joni enjoyed riding horses, hiking, tennis, and swimming. On July 30, 1967, she dove into Chesapeake Bay after misjudging the shallowness of the water. She suffered a fracture between the fourth and fifth cervical levels and became a quadriplegic, paralysed from the shoulders down. 
During her two years of rehabilitation, according to her autobiography, she experienced anger, depression, suicidal thoughts, and religious doubts. However, Tada learned to paint with a brush between her teeth, and began selling her artwork. To date, she has written over forty books, recorded several musical albums, starred in an autobiographical movie of her life, and is an advocate for disabled people.Tada wrote of her experiences in her 1976 international best-selling autobiography, Joni: Joni. The unforgettable story of a young woman's struggle against quadriplegia & depression, which has been distributed in many languages. The book was made into a 1979 feature film of the same name, starring herself. Her second book, A Step Further, was released in 1978. 
She married Ken Tada in 1982. They live in Calabasas, California. In 2010, she announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She emerged successfully from cancer surgery and is hopeful of a positive prognosis. 
 
You can read all of her story by going to the web site below. 
 
You can read about the movie, same name 
as the song, by clicking the site below. It  
is quite interesting.