Saturday, September 22, 2007

A Still Small Voice...

Lord willing, this is what I will be singing
this week during our revival services.
I wanted to share the words...




God can move the tallest mountain;
He can calm the wildest sea.
Yes, consuming fires He can quench,
but that's not how He speaks to me.


In a still, small voice He speaks to me,
through His Holy Scriptures changes me.
When I need His tender leading,
His Word will guide my way.
In a still, small voice He speaks to me,
through His Holy Scriptures changes me,
Oh, the Lord is great and mighty,
yet He speaks with a still, small voice.


Many time my strength has ended;
pain and sorrow fill my heart.
Yet His Word is there reminding
that He's been faithful from the start!


In a still, small voice He speaks to me,
through His Holy Scriptures changes me.
When I need His tender leading,
His Word will guide my way.
In a still, small voice He speaks to me,
through His Holy Scriptures changes me,
Oh, the Lord is great and mighty,
yet He speaks with a still, small voice.


When I doubt the Lord's direction,
and I doubt that my prayers are heard,
then God reveals His care for me
by the answers in His Word.


In a still, small voice He speaks to me,
through His Holy Scriptures changes me.
When I need His tender leading,
His Word will guide my way.
In a still, small voice He speaks to me,
through His Holy Scriptures changes me,
Oh, the Lord is great and mighty,
yet He speaks with a still, small voice.

Yes, He speaks in a still, small voice.


(written by Jim Barron
You can hear a sample
HERE)


"And he said, Go forth,
and stand upon the mount before the LORD.
And, behold, the LORD passed by,
and a great and strong wind rent the mountains,
and brake in pieces the rocks before the LORD;
but the LORD was not in the wind:
and after the wind an earthquake;
but the LORD was not in the earthquake:
And after the earthquake a fire;
but the LORD was not in the fire:
and after the fire a still small voice."
~ 1 Kings 19:11-12
(emphasis added by me)


Have a blessed Lord's Day!

6 comments:

Happymama said...

Those are beautiful words. I'm sure it will be a blessing.

~Kristi

Bren said...

Beautiful song.
The verse from 1 Kings is POWERFUL! Thanks for sharing it!

Dina said...

that's a beautiful song. My son who is sitting next to me said mamma , where is Ariel? bless him he associated the sound to one of Ariel's song!

David said...

That a good song i wish i could be there for the revival. i'll really miss being there. but maybe you could upload some of the messages and special music on the church website. If you could i would be really appreciative.
God Bless and have a great week

Amy ~ (Life's Small Treasures) said...

Very nice words to this song! Maybe you will share a video with us after you sing? ;) You have a beautiful singing voice.

Have a great evening
~Amy

HsKubes said...

Kristi ~ Yes, they are beautiful words. I first heard this song when we were at The Wilds. I pray it will be a blessing.

Bren ~ It is a beautiful song. And, yes, God's Word is Powerful!

Dina ~ We think it is a beautiful song, too. The words are such a blessing. I hope you and your son enjoyed hearing it. ;o)

Dave ~ We all wish you could be here, too. I see you're getting some great preaching at college, though. I will try to work on the church site soon. I'll let you know as soon as I get it done.

Amy ~ The words are beautiful. Thank you for your kind words. I will see what I can do. ;O)

I hope y'all are enjoying your week ~
Christina

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