Future of Forestry - Gazing

[youtube=http://youtu.be/Ii00blCM70Y] Genre: Indie, Rock, Worship

This song is taken from Future of Forestry's debut album Twilight. Eric Owyoung, the man behind FoF doesn't like to be classed as a Christian Rock band, though he is still very much a firm believer. This is easy to tell when you listen to the lyrics on this track, which is clearly a worship song to God, about grace and love. This may be one of Future of Forestry's more Christian rock songs, so if you are looking for some less worship style music check out some more of their recent stuff such as the Travel Series. It's less "Christian Rock" but God can still clearly be seen between the lines, sometimes more obviously than others.

Lyrics: From this blessed morning My love constant has been pouring Pouring out like rivers to Your heart Glory bells are ringing I can't keep myself from singing Singing out like rivers to Your heart

Oh, Lord, I have found my place in this home, this home inside of You And here, my Lord, I can see Your face In this home, this home inside of You

Like a child I'm gazing Into wondrous grace For You have been the love that fell like sun upon my face Like a child I'm gazing Into wondrous love You're taking me to places that my heart is dreaming of

Broken I was crawling And You saw my tears were falling Falling down like rivers to Your heart When my world was folding God, You saw my prayers were flowing Flowing out like rivers to Your heart

Hear the sacred songs that touch the earth and the sky See them rise until they move like stars within Your eyes

Add some Future of Forestry to your iPod today and buy the album Twilight from iTunes: United Kingdom: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/twilight/id211303380 United States of America: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/twilight/id211303380

For more information about Future of Forestry visit: http://www.futureofforestry.com/

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