BECOMING WHO WE ARE (words by Fred Kaan)

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Lyrics

You lead us, God, with miracle and grace;
we follow in your train of thought and calling.
With you we move in hope from place to place
and practise what shall be, for you have set us free.

We give you thanks for all we’ve seen and heard,
but also for your future, never fearing
to stay within the earshot of your Word:
Word that divides, creates, unsettles and unites.

Then make us of your beck and call aware,
help us accept the cost of ‘kingdom-living’,
the risk of our becoming who we are:
God, use our faith and doubt, unite us, lead us out.

Author / Composer Comments

• Author Fred Kaan, from his book The Only Earth We Know (Stainer & Bell / Hope Publishing Co., 1999, page 57): “I wrote this hymn while attending the 1976 Assembly of the Indonesian Council of Churches in Salatiga, Java.”

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