Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Spring is Coming

Spring is Coming
Steven Curtis Chapman

We planted the seed while the tears of our grief soaked the ground
The sky lost its sun, and the world lost its green to lifeless brown
Now the chilling wind has turned the earth hard as stone
And silently seed rise beneath ice and snow

And my heart's heavy now
But I'm not letting go of this hope I have that tells me

Spring is coming, Spring is coming
And all we've been hoping and longing for soon will appear
Spring is coming, Spring is coming
It won't be long now, it's just about here

Hear the birds start to sing
Feel the life in the breeze
Watch the ice melt away
The kids are coming out to play

Feel the sun on your skin
Growing strong and warm again
Watch the ground: there's something moving
Something is breaking through
New life is breaking through

Spring is coming, Spring is coming
And all we've been hoping and longing for soon will appear
Spring is coming, Spring is coming
And it won't be long now, it's just about here

1 comment:

  1. I remember the moment that our pastor explained how nature reflects God's plan. How the very dead of winter turns into the life and beauty of spring. An earthly example of the resurrection. Duh! Of course!

    Thank you Jesus for showing us in so many ways your amazing plan for us! Thanks for reminding us today, Julie!

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