A stream flows freely from my heart; It cannot be stopped— Laughing, trickling, gurgling, bubbling, Over weed and rock.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” You’ve asked me that question time and again, And always I respond with the same answer:
I'm Nobody. Who Are You? Based on the poem by the same title, written by Emily Dickinson
The inspiration for this song came from the devotion a friend of mine had just brought in our nursing home Bible study the night before. His text was Matthew 14:23-33.
Funny we’ve forgotten what it is we’re supposed to remember….
What is it in the morning calls for stillness? The tall trees stand composed and at attention. The songs of birds are hushed, with one exception, And silent chimes announce the absence of the wind.
He doesn't just clean us up on the outside, He makes us completely new from the inside out.
Forgiven all my sin, I can forgive And brother-love my heart can now distill; For love of neighbor is indicative That Jesus Christ in me and I in Him now live.
The Lord of glory that Good Shepherd is; A lamb, I am secure, for I am His.
Great Redeemer is His name Walked on earth so long ago Age to age He’s still the same