I Brought My Spirit to the Sea

I brought my spirit to the sea

Author: Max A. Kapp
Tune: JACQUI (Wyton)
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 I brought my spirit to the sea;
I stood upon the shore.
I gazed upon infinity,
I heard the waters roar.

2 And then there came a sense of peace,
some whisper calmed my soul.
Some ancient ministry of stars
had made my spirit whole.

3 I brought my spirit to the trees
that loomed against the sky.
I touched each wand’ring careless breeze
to know if God was nigh.

4 And then I felt an inner flame that
fiercely burned my tears.
Upright, I rose from bended knee
to meet the asking years.

Source: Singing the Living Tradition #4

Author: Max A. Kapp

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First Line: I brought my spirit to the sea
Title: I Brought My Spirit to the Sea
Author: Max A. Kapp
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain


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Singing the Living Tradition #4

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