Date recorded: September 27, 2013
Words by: Katharina von Schlegel
Music by: Jean Sibelius
Be still, my soul: the Lord is on thy side.
Bear patiently the cross of grief or pain.
Leave to thy God to order and provide;
In every change, He faithful will remain.
Be still, my soul: thy best, thy heavenly Friend
Through thorny ways leads to a joyful end.
Be still, my soul: thy God doth undertake
To guide the future, as He has the past.
Thy hope, thy confidence let nothing shake;
All now mysterious shall be bright at last.
Be still, my soul: the waves and winds still know
His voice Who ruled them while He dwelt below.
Be still, my soul: the hour is hastening on
When we shall be forever with the Lord.
When disappointment, grief and fear are gone,
Sorrow forgot, love’s purest joys restored.
Be still, my soul: when change and tears are past
All safe and blessed we shall meet at last.
Pierre Sylvio Salomon says:November 04, 2013
its wonderful to hear and to sing these songs we forgot, keep the good work. in Him.
Myrna Mack says:August 30, 2013
a friend just shared this site with me…. thank you for having it… will be one I will return to again and again God bless you in this work!
MacDonald Chaava says:June 13, 2013
It is so refreshing to sing along familiar songs; like walking on old familiar paths of ‘holiness’. Thanks for recording these sounds that will live throughout the generations.
Glen Bradshaw says:February 24, 2013
Just learned of your website through a mention of it at Faith Village Church of Christ here in Wichita Falls. I love it!! Exactly what I have been looking for. Any thoughts of recording “Going Home” from Anton Dvorak’s New World Symphony? I realize it’s not one of our “old hymns” but the thoughts expressed in it certainly agree with our Christian faith. Keep up the great work!!
Loyce "Sam" Pulliam says:January 07, 2013
I have never heard this beautiful song. How wonderful a gift my Cousin has given me by sharing on face book this evening. Thank you so much for making this available. My soul feels refreshed.
Whit Herrington says:June 11, 2012
Thanks so much for giving us a wonderful example as to how the songs should be sung and how they sound. Thanks for your thoughtfulness