We Cry Of / In Quiet Faithfulness

Composed by Bill Hutzel

By D’ELIA and HUTZEL

Arranged, produced, mixed and recorded by John D’Elia
Such Clay Productions

Video produced by Bill Hutzel

Performed by
Bill Hutzel, vocals, keyboards, and flute
John D’Elia, acoustic, electric and bass guitars, and drum machine

SONG SUMMARY
WE CRY OF

Here today and gone tomorrow, what does life all mean? “It is the great standing perennial problem to which human reason is as far from an answer as ever.”  And if life is meaningless, is not then death meaningless also?

And of troubled thoughts and lonely hearts “A troubled heart can be found in anyone, even the Christian. There are many reasons for one’s heart to be troubled — separation from or death of a loved one, unfaithfulness of a friend, a feeling of insecurity, a lack of understanding, personal problems, sin, etc. What is the Christian to do when his heart becomes troubled? He must look to Jesus and the comfort He can give”1.  

But “In my trouble I cried to the Lord, and HE ANSWERED ME” (Psalm 120:1).

BRIDGE BETWEEN WE CRY OF AND IN QUIET FAITHFULNESS

Took wings and went to heaven
Got saved, came back to earth

Although we really don’t take wings and go to heaven, and get saved and come back to earth, it is merely a figure of speech which shows one’s need to transcend our worldly life to a higher spiritual realm in which we meet Christ as our savior.  It is one’s faith in Christ that saves one from destruction and prepares us to live In Quiet Faithfulness.

IN QUIET FAITHFULNESS

In this song segment, God has become my refuge safe and sure, my staff and rod in trouble, need and stress. I am content, and in patience I endure.

I therefore thank my God and love and serve Him still.

Copyright 2016 by Bill Hutzel

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