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Be Still and Know: The Sacred Songs of Martin Broones

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Martin Broones

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A brand new lovely collection of sacred songs by Martin Broones has just arrived! Produced by Peter Link and full of beautiful melodies and inspiring messages, each song is set to piano accompaniment and matched with amazing inspirational vocalists.

Vocalists: Margaret Dorn, Jennifer Foster, Matt Perri, Judy McLane, Julia Wade, Suzanne Waters
Accompanist: William Lewis

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Be Still and Know
(Words by William Aubert Luce)
Music by Martin Broones

You do not mind the winter day,
You know that spring is on its way,
You know that mountain streams will flow,
Be still and know.

The cloud will form, the rain will fall,
The stars will rise on great and small,
You plant a seed, the seed will grow,
Be still and know.

You trust in what you have not seen,
The frozen field that will be green,
The ocean tide that comes each night,
The western wind, the morning light.

If you have faith in all these ways,
Then leave with God your future days;
Your cup of life will overflow
Be still and know,
Be still and know.

© 1960

As A Child
Poem by William Aubert Luce
Music by Martin Broones

Father, make me as a child,
Teachable and free from wrong,
I would learn to walk with God,
I would hear the angel song.

Give to me the humble mind,
Tender, faithfully undefiled.
Pride is frail and sin is blind.
Make me as a little child.

As a child who runs with joy
Where the morning breeze has blown
So let my feet run swift and free
In a way I have not known.

Give it to me the newborn heart,
Gentle, blameless, unbeguiled.
Make me fearless, make me mild,
Father, make me as a child.

© 1986

The Perfect Man
(Poem by Jane Murfin Crisp)
Music by Martin Broones

Jesus saw the perfect man,
Complete and whole, by Spirit led,
And following his Father’s plan,
He healed the sick and raised the dead.

God will heal today as then,
If we will make His law our guide;
His presence be felt again,
His law cannot be turned aside.

As we understand God’s law,
And walk the path that Jesus trod,
Then we shall see, as Jesus saw,
The perfect man, The Son of God,
The perfect man, The Son of God.

© 1955

Be Joyful
(Poem by Betty Luerssen)
Music by Martin Broones

Joyful, Be Joyful,
Be glad this day!
Joy in God’s goodness,
Be glad this day!

All God’s creation joys in His name:
Now let His children all do the same.

Song of the sparrow,
Kiss of the breeze;
Smile of the sunlight,
O joy in these!

Trees pointing upward,
Brooks singing free;
Blossom and starlight,
All joy in Thee.

All God’s creation joys in His name:
Now let His children all do the same.

© 1955

Under His Wing
(Words by William Aubert Luce)
Music by Martin Broones

Under His wing,
Under His wing,
All will be well
Under His wing.

There is no sadness under His wing.
There’s only gladness under His wing.
Love is my Shepherd,
Love is my King.

I’ll stay forever under His wing.
Sheltered in Love where angels sing,
All must be well under His wing.

There is no danger under His wing.
There is no stranger under His wing.
Light of ages, song of the sky,
Love is eternal, Love cannot die.

Sheltered in Love where angels sing,
All, all is well Under His wing,
All, all is well Under His wing.

© 1955

I Cannot Fall
(Words by William Aubert Luce)
Music by Martin Broones

I cannot stray, I cannot fall,
My heav”nly Father watches over all.
Man is no fallen angel from above,
He lives and moves within the world of Love.

I cannot wander through a starless night,
For Gods upholds me in eternal light,
Within His arms my heart can feel at home.
The child of God can never roam.

I love the freedom of the open sky,
To walk in sunlight with my head held high,
God gave His child dominion over all.
I cannot stray, I cannot fall.

And so, my heart, in time of strife
When ev’ry joy is taken from your life,
Arise in strength and face the coming dawn,
The hand of God will gently lead you on.

I will rejoice because I understand
That man has never left his native land,
My heav’nly Father watches over all,
I cannot stray, I cannot fall.

© 1960

In Remembrance
(Poem by Kathryn Paulson)
Music by Martin Broones

In remembrance shall we eat
Truth’s living, vital bread,
For ev’ry one who eats thereof shall live, though he were dead.

In remembrance shall we drink
The freshning wine of Life,
To know the Christ, undimmed by death,
Untouched by human strife.

In remembrance shall we pray To know the Father’s will,
With faith that may not see the plan,
And yet can trust Him still.

In remembrance shall we keep the way the Master trod,
With joy that lifts,
And love that heals,
And faith that walks with God.

© 1956

Let No Walls Divide
(Words by William Aubert Luce)
Music by Martin Broones

Let no walls divide your world,
Pull them down today.
Be a friend to ev’ry man,
Help him on his way.

Love can overflow the heart
Like a rising tide.
Speak with kindness, speak with love,
Let no walls divide.

Walk into the weary land,
Never fear the night.
Take the stranger by the hand,
Bring him to the light.

If he stumbles help him rise,
Calm his foolish pride.
Give him mercy, give him love,
Let no walls divide.

© 1988

This is the Time to Pray
(Words by William Aubert Luce)
Music by Martin Broones

This is the time when the world must pray
To see the Father’s plan,
This is the time to break down each wall,
And free the suff’ring man,
This is the time to forget the past,
And find a better way,
This is the time when heart meets heart,
This Is The Time To Pray.

This is the time to be strong and bold,
To fight for what is right,
This is the time for a song of joy
To end the lonely night,
This is the time for clouds of strife
To fade and melt away
This is the time when light and love,
This Is The Time To Pray

This is the time when the streams of hope
Must overflow the land,
This is the time to put all your faith
Into the Father’ hand,
This is the time to make way and hate
The dreams of yesterday,
This is the time for peace on earth,
This Is The Time To Pray.

© 1989

In the Secret Place
(Words by William Aubert Luce)
Music by Martin Broones

In the secret place,
In the heart of prayer,
There is always light
Shining ev’ry where.

You will learn to love
With a gentle grace
When you talk with God
In the secret place.

God is calling you
To this world of light,
Like a mother’s voice
Calling in the night.

Leave your broken dreams,
Drop your load of care
At the door of Truth,
At the gate of prayer.

Bring your child-like faith
To His open arms,
In the secret place
Nothing hurts or harms.

You will be at peace,
You will know His face,
You will find your home
In the secret place.

© 1989

The Everlasting Arms
Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster
Music by Martin Broones

When you walk with love,
Night will turn to day,
Love will take you in her arms,
And help you find the way.

Love will make you free.
Free from all alarms,
Love will give you eyes to see
The everlasting arms.

In times like these help me to know the way I should walk.
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want;
God is my strength and my salvation
Of whom shall I be afraid?

There is no fear in love; perfect love casts out fear;
I will have no other gods before Thee,
I will love my neighbor as my own.
I will love the Lord my God with all my heart and soul

For God is my refuge and underneath are the everlasting arms.

When you walk with love,
God is ev’rywhere,
Love has room to blossom
In the meadowlands of prayer;*

Rich the heart that sees,
Over hills and farms,
Branching out like God’s green trees
The everlasting arms.
The everlasting arms.

*Alternative lyrics
So in times like these,
Filled with grave alarms,
Come into the refuge of
The everlasting arms.
The everlasting arms.

© 1977

The Lord’s Prayer

Lyrics from Matthew 6: 9-13
Music by Martin Broones

Our Father which art in heaven,
Hallowed be Thy name.
Thy kingdom come.
Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil:
For Thine is the kingdom, and the power,
And the glory forever.

Turn to the Lord
(Poem by Jane Murfin Crisp)
Music by Martin Broones

Ask and believe,
Your prayer is heard;
Ask and receive,
Turn to the Lord.

Have you grown weary?
Turn to the Lord.
Is your life dreary?
Turn to His word.

He tells you clearly
He’ll be your guide,
Loving you dearly,
He will provide.

Ask and believe,
Your prayer is heard;
Ask and receive,
Turn to the Lord.

He is your nearest,
He is so good;
He is your dearest,
When understood.

Love ever tender,
Love ever true,
Blesses the sender,
Glorifies you!

Ask and believe,
Your prayer is heard;
Ask and receive,
Turn to the Lord.

Ask and receive,
Turn to the Lord.

© 1955

The Prodigal Son
(Words by William Aubert Luce)
Music by Martin Broones

Come home to the Father
And open the door,
Come home to the Father,
And wander no more.

O pilgrim and stranger,
No more shall you roam,
The Father is calling
The prodigal home

Come home to your mansions,
Come home to your lands,
The lamps have lighted
By welcoming hands.

The riotous living,
The greed and the gold,
Betrayed you, and left you
In famine and cold.

O traveler, throw off
Your garment dreams,
The fears and failures,
The heartaches and schemes.

The father will give you
A robe and a ring,
A banquet of gladness,
A sweet song to sing.

O lift up the latchkey
And open the door.
Come home to the Father
And wander no more.

Sit down at the table
Prepared from above,
A feast overflowing
With mercy and love.

No punishment threatens
The sorrowing son,
When sin is forsaken,
Forgiveness is won,

From valleys of darkness
Where prodigals roam,
O penitent brother,
Rise up and come home.

Regrets cannot haunt you,
No past can pursue,
The stars of salvation
Will shine over you.

O lift up the latchkey
And open the door.
Come home to the Father
And wander no more.

Come home to the Father
And wander no more.

© 1987

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