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Be Still And Know

Martin Broones  •  Song

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A song of faith, William Aubert Luce’s poem urges us to trust in God: ‘…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…’ .

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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

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