The Song of Redeeming Love
Words and music by Samuel Petchey Sung by Elizabeth Mawlam Lyrics: Bitter chains hold our light steal-ing beauty Fear cries we are never enough But a new life of love Enters in like a melody singing above The song of re-deeming love Of redeeming love for my soul And with this love we are made strong For we all belong in thy song Change my heart, wake my soul, make me tender Help me see, beyond what I feel Like a tree of life With a fruit so exquisite and joyful for all The song of re-deem-ing love Of redeeming love for my soul And with this love we are made strong For we all belong in thy song The song of re-deeming love Of redeeming love for my soul And yes this love can make us strong For we all belong in thy song The song of redeeming love
I Will Make An Instrument of Thee
Featuring (in order of appearance): Kathy Burdon, Jenny Shotton, Elizabeth Mawlam and Helen Petchey-Smith Composed, written and produced by Samuel Petchey Read the blog accompanying this song at https://www.spiritualmessagesandmusic.com/post/i-will-make-an-instrument-of-thee Thanks to pixabay.com for their videos
I Believe, Help My Unbelief
Words and music by Samuel Petchey Performed by Rebecca Seehootoorah I don't consider me much I see the world and I fear I could not be much an angel I've fallen too far Not what you are: Light in your eyes Children who stride like they know where they're going Sure what they know, glad to give Seeing thru tears and thru sorrow, Show me a way But oh how I stray I believe, Lord, help my unbelief How can love ever be blind? Looking beyond what I see Seeing that I am an angel Never too far Love is where you are Brightening eyes Trusting a whisper to say where I'm going Thankful to know Free to not live in my tears or my sorrow Taking His hand His wounded hands There I believe.
Blossoms of a Thistle In the Wind
How beautiful the feet upon each temple How beautiful the peace good tidings bring How beautiful to sing songs together full of joy What love it brings! Freedom from my sorrow But even still Blossoms of a thistle in the wind, will you be? Blossoms of a thistle in the wind The blossom of a thistle in the wind. How faithful feet who listen find a path How quiet souls who seek see at last How to be Free to choose a life made for me In my weakness, trusting But even still Blossoms of a thistle in the wind, will you be? Blossoms of a thistle in the wind The blossom of a thistle in the wind What can I choose? All about me tries to make me. What can I do? A simple look, A humble prayer A change of heart to hands that care But even still Blossoms of a thistle in the wind, will you be? The blossom of a thistle in the wind The blossom of a thistle in the wind, will you be? Blossoms of a thistle in the wind
He Goes Before
Words and music by Samuel Petchey Performed by Rebecca Seehootoorah The Lord is leading, He goes before All I don't know, in time, He will restore Step by step is planned Even steps I do not understand He goes before O Lord I'm hearing a message true And it will lead me to pastures new Eye has never seen, ear has never heard Glory now prepared as I love Thy word He goes before Because He lives Because He loves He goes before
Mosaic Chamber Choir
Lest Thou Forget
Take heed to thyself Lest thou forget, lest thou forget Teach them thy sons Lest they depart, lest they depart Keep thou thy soul Do that which is good And God's love will keep singing As you never forget In crisis of faith I look left, I look right I wonder where's heav'n in the dead of the night Remember, remember the dawn with its light All doubt will depart as you never forget Remember Jesus, remember thy prayers Remember your Father in heaven who cares Who reaches to you as parent and friend Inscribed in His palms, you he'll never forget Words and music by Samuel Petchey Performed by the Mosaic Chamber Choir
How Canst Thou Weep?
Words and music by Samuel Petchey Sung by Jeanette Holt Lyrics: Why do the heavens weep, pouring like mountain rain? Peace, Justice and Truth's Thy name, how canst thou weep? Man of holiness, Man of counsel Eternal is Thy name, how canst Thou weep? Number the stars, glimpse into the truth You will see eternity beyond the farthest galaxy Father of my soul, living light to all, calling me back home, Why do you weep? How canst thou weep, for me?
Heaven Knows My Name
A children's song teaching how God knows us, using the prophet Samuel and Joseph Smith as examples. Words and music by Samuel Petchey Lyrics: In ancient times a prophet boy was called to serve the Lord Jehovah called him 'Samuel!', for heaven knew his name In modern times a prophet boy was called to teach the truth The Father called him 'Joseph!', for heaven knew his name So whether I am young or old God calls me to His work I hear Him call me '........!', for heaven knows my name