Christ My Song - 1231
The Lord, his way is in the storms
(Thomas Kelly/Johannes Thomas Rüegg)
The Lord, his way is in the storms.
"Yea, he did fly upon the wings of the wind." (Psalm 18,10)
1. The Lord, his way is in the storms,
the lightnings fly at his command;
he gave to nature all its forms,
and nature owns his guiding hand. PDF - Midi
2. The mountains tremble at his look,
the everlasting hills remove;
the sea is dried at his rebuke,
at his rebuke who reigns above.
3. And is it true, indeed, that he
whom heav'n itself cannot contain,
will dwell on earth? and will he be
our God, and bless his feeble train?
4. What grace is this! what grace to us!
O Lord, we wonder and adore,
that such as we are favoured thus,
who fought against thy grace before.
5. O may that grace our fear remove,
and render captive every thought
to him who came from heav'n above,
and with his blood his people bought.
Thomas Kelly, Hymns on various passages of Scripture, ca. 1853, Hymn 659.