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Lift Up Thine Eyes

Lorna Kelly  •  Album

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Lorna Kelly was the resident soloist in the Christian Science Church, Harare, Zimbabwe since 1972 and had performed with organist Margaret Grant so many Sundays that one afternoon she asked a recording technician to come to the church to record these solos live in a one-off session, as it was not possible to transport a twentieth century two manual/pedal board 6 rank pipe organ to a studio! This is the result. The essence of these evergreen classical Christian Science solos of sound musical structure and healing lyrics is captured by the spiritual interpretation, spontaneity, and inspiration of the moment.

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Send Out Thy Light and Thy Truth
Music by M. B. Fairlie
Words from Psalm 43:3-5

Send out Thy light and Thy truth, let them lead me
And let them bring me to Thy Holy Hill

Why art thou cast down oh my soul?
And why art thou disquieted within me?

Hope thou in God for I shall yet praise Him
Upon the harp will I praise Him
Who is the health of my countenance and my God.

Be Still and Know That I Am God
Music by C. E. Benjamin
Words from Psalm 47:10, adapted by Eva B. Rowe

Be still and know that I am God, omnipotent, supreme
Omniscience, to guide us through our earthly dream
And so when cares beset our day and trials vex us so
We hear within the still small voice
Be still and know

Be still and know that I am God,
No God is there beside,
No sin, disease nor death hath power
When we in Him abide
Within the secret place of love
Secure from every foe
We hear within the still small voice
Be still and know

God Is My Shepherd
Music by Antonin Dvorak
Words from Psalm 23, adapted by K. K. Davis

God is my shepherd, I want for nothing
My rest is in the pleasant meadows,
He leadeth me where quiet waters flow

My fainting soul doth He restore
And guideth me in the ways of peace
to glorify His name

And though in death’s dark valley
My steps must wander,
My spirit shall not fear
For Thou art by me still

Thy rod and staff are with me
And they shall my comfort be.

Hold Thou My Hand O Lord
Music by C. S. Briggs
Words from Isaiah 41:13

When night comes on and weary eyelids close
We look to Thee for calm and sweet repose
I pray to Thee oh Father of us all
And ask that Thou wilt hear Thy children’s call

Hold Thou my hand dear Lord,
Hold Thou my hand,
Teach me Thy will to do and understand.
I know that Thou will be constantly near to me
Holding my hand dear Lord,
Holding my hand.

With Thee to guide I find all fears are still
O Father, let Thy loving presence fill both day and night
Oh hold me so I cannot fall
For Thou art life and strength and all in all.

Hold Thou my hand dear Lord,
Hold Thou my hand,
And when temptations come, help me to stand
Constantly near to Thee, all shall be well with me
Holding Thy hand dear Lord
Holding Thy hand

Cast Thy Burden Upon the Lord
Music by M. B. Fairlie
Words from Psalm 55:17, 22

Cast thy burden upon the Lord and He shall sustain thee
Cast thy burden upon the Lord and He shall sustain thee
He shall never suffer the righteous, the righteous to be moved.
He shall never suffer the righteous, the righteous to be moved

Evening and morning and at noon will I pray,
Will I pray and cry aloud,
Evening and morning and at noon will I pray,
Will I pray and cry aloud,
And He shall hear my voice.
And He shall hear my voice
Evening and morning and at noon will I pray,
Will I pray and cry aloud,

Cast thy burden upon the Lord and He shall sustain thee
Cast thy burden upon the Lord and He shall sustain thee
He shall never suffer the righteous, the righteous to be moved.
He shall never suffer the righteous, the righteous to be moved
Cast thy burden upon the Lord and He shall sustain thee

The Lord’s Prayer
Music by Albert Hay Malotte, arranged by Carl Weinrich
Words from Matthew 6:9 Luke 11:2

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,
For ever, and ever amen.

Create in Me a Clean Heart O Lord
Music by Franklin Riker
Words from Psalm 51:10-15

Create in me a clean heart O God
And renew a right spirit within me
Cast me not away from Thy presence
And take not Thy Holy Spirit from me

Restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation
And uphold me with Thy free spirit
Then shall I teach transgressors Thy ways
And sinners shall be converted,
Converted unto Thee

Deliver me O God, Thou God of my salvation
And my tongue shall sing,
My tongue shall sing of Thy righteousness

Create in me a clean heart O God
And renew a right spirit within me
O Lord open Thou my lips
And my mouth shall show forth Thy praise.
Thy praise O Lord

Thanks Be to God
Music by George Dyson
Words by Edgar Newgass

Thanks be to God for His bountiful gifts,
The rain in due season and fair harvest days;
The stillness of dawn, the stillness of dawn
And the flower that turns its head to the light in gladness
In gladness and praise.

Thanks be to God who awakens the meek
To the fullness of being, true wealth to reveal.
Who comforts the sorrowing, strengthens the weak,
Who comforts the sorrowing, strengthens the weak,
And shows us that harmony only is real.

Thanks be to God, whose mind is expressed in order and beauty,
In mercy and might.
In His love do man and the universe rest,
Forever complete, forever complete
Established, established in light.

Mark the Perfect Man
Music by Clement W. Barker
Words from Isaiah 2:22 and Psalm 37:37

Cease ye from man whose breath is in his nostrils:
For wherein is he to be accounted of?
He shall fly away, fly away as dream
And shall not be found

Mark the perfect man and behold the upright,
For the end of that man is peace.
For the end of that man is peace.

He shall cry unto me,
Thou art my Father,
My God and the rock of my salvation:
For I have created him for my glory,
I have created him for my glory,
I have formed him: Yea I have made him,
I have raised him up in righteousness.

He shall cry unto me, Thou art my Father,
My God and the rock of my salvation.
The law of his God is in his heart:
None of his steps, his steps shall slide

Mark the perfect man and behold the upright,
For the end of that man is peace
For the end of that man is peace

Feed My Sheep
Music by Jeanne Alden Joy
Words by Mary Baker Eddy

Shepherd, show me how to go
O’er the hillside steep,
How to gather, how to sow,
How to feed Thy sheep;
I will listen for Thy voice,
Lest my footsteps stray:
I will follow and rejoice
All the rugged way.

Thou wilt bind the stubborn will,
Wound the callous breast,
Make self-righteousness be still,
Breath earth’s stupid rest.
Strangers on a barren shore,
Labr’ing long and lone,
We would enter by the door,
And Thou knowest Thine own;

So, when day grows dark and cold,
Tear or triumph harms,
Lead Thy lambkins to the fold,
Take them in Thine arms,
Feed the hungry, heal the heart,
‘Till the morning’s beam
White as wool, ere they depart,
Shepherd, Shepherd, wash them,
Wash them clean.

I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes to the Mountains
Music by Antonin Dvorak
Words from Psalm 121:1-3

I will lift up mine eyes unto the mountains,
From whence cometh my help
My help cometh from the Lord
Who hath made the earth and the heaven

He will not suffer thy foot to be moved
Nor thy steps to stumble
He that keepeth thee will not slumber
Behold the keeper of Israel is He that slumbers not
Nor sleeps.

Sing Ye a Joyful Song
Music by Antonin Dvorak
Words from Isaiah 55:12

Sing ye a joyful song unto the Lord,
Who hath done marvelous, marvelous things
Praise the Lord all the earth!
Sing praises, shout and be joyful.

Let the sea roar and all that is therein,
The round earth and all they that dwell there,
Lift your voices, floods and tempests,
Mountains clap your hands for joy.

Let the fields laugh and sing with waving corn,
And let all the trees of the forest be joyful!

Teach Me to Love
Music by Carl Fredrickson
Words by Louise Wheatley and Cook Hovanian

Today I have but one petition Lord, teach me to love.
Teach me to love.

Teach me to love
Indeed it is my greatest and my only need
Teach me to love not those who first love me,
But all the world with that rare purity
Which holds in its embrace humanity,
And only seems to see the good in all reflected Lord from Thee.

And teach me Father how to love the most
Those who most stand in need of love,
Who toil along the road with footsteps slow,
And hearts more heavy than the world can know.

I want to tell them Lord about your power
I long to have the courage Lord to speak,
To tell them how Your love will bring us peace.

Help me to seek and find those who thought that they were lost;
To speak such words of cheer that as we heed Your voice,
The wilderness shall blossom
Shall blossom and rejoice.

Teach me to love,
Indeed it is my greatest and my only need.
Thou knowest God above, my one desire now,
Teach me to love.

Come Spirit of the Living God
Music by Oley Speaks
Words by Ada Bedell Wootton

Come, Spirit of the living God, to me,
Attune my soul in harmony with Thee,
Let every note be free from discord, strife,
To mar Thy glorious symphony of life.
Come, Spirit of the living God to me,
Attune my soul in harmony with Thee.

I see Thee in each opening flower of spring,
I hear Thee as the birds their praises sing,
I feel Thy presence ‘neath the stars above,
I know O God, Thy earthly name is Love.

Guide Thou my feet throughout this changing life,
And may I hear Thy voice, above its strife;
O give me wisdom to discern Thy will,
And whisper when I’m troubled, “Peace be still”.

O give me wisdom to discern Thy will,
And whisper when I’m troubled, “Peace be still”

The Lord Is My Light and My Salvation
Music by Frances Allitsen
Words from Psalm 27:1-5

The Lord is my light, my light and my salvation
Whom then shall I fear? Whom then shall I fear?
The Lord is the strength of my life
Of whom shall I be afraid?

Though an host of men were laid against me
Yet shall not my heart be afraid
And though there rose up war against me
Yet will I put my trust in Him

For in the time of trouble
He shall hide me in His tabernacle
Yea in the secret places of His dwelling
Shall He hide
And set me up
Upon a rock of stone

The Lord is my light, my light and my salvation
Whom then shall I fear? Whom then shall I fear?
The Lord is the strength of my life
The Lord is the strength of my life
Of whom then shall I be afraid?
Of whom then shall I be afraid?