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this i know

A contemporary testimony song about the safety, rest and freedom found in Christ.


This I know

This I know, only that I'm safe in you
The safest place to dwell is you, this I know.
This I know, only that your grace is true
The softest place to rest is you, this I know.

Even when the world is darkest, you are light
Even when the earth is breaking, you abide
Even if I fail, I'm shaken, there is life,
Life in you, hope in you.

This I know, only that I'm free in you
The freest place to fly is you, this I know.
This I know, only that your love is true
The richest place to live is you, this I know.

Words & music Neil Haydock & Julie Palmer © Copyright 2017 Capernaum Publishing, England. All Rights Reserved.
With thanks to Lizzie Lynas (violin).


Dwell is the third prayerscapes album, weaving inspirational poetry, foundational scripture and song ministry together with filmatic soundtracks. Includes "This I Know", the Celtic blessing "May the road rise up to meet you", a reading from Isaiah 61, and seven more tracks to fuel and inspire your prayer life.

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