no good thing

I’m loving Sara’s music these days. I am thankful for artists whose lyrical truths resound as I listen and absorb – and confess them back to God. This music is healing to my soul.

“Open My Hands”

Sara Groves

I believe in a blessing I don’t understand
I’ve seen rain fall on wicked and the just
Rain is no measure of his faithfulness
He withholds no good thing from us
No good thing from us, no good thing from us

I believe in a peace that flows deeper than pain
That broken find healing in love
Pain is no measure of his faithfulness
He withholds no good thing from us
No good thing from us, no good thing from us

I will open my hands, will open my heart
I will open my hands, will open my heart
I am nodding my head an emphatic yes
To all that You have for me

I believe in a fountain that will never dry
Though I’ve thirsted and didn’t have enough
Thirst is no measure of his faithfulness
He withholds no good thing from us
No good thing from us, no good thing from us

I will open my hands, will open my heart
I will open my hands, will open my heart
I am nodding my head an emphatic yes
To all that You have for me

No good thing from us
No good thing from us
He withholds no good thing from us

I will open my hands, will open my heart
I will open my hands, will open my heart
I am nodding my head an emphatic yes
To all that You have for me

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One Response

  1. Thanks for sharing this! This song affirms many truths from Scripture:

    -God causes rain, or difficult times, to fall on both good and evil people. (Matt. 5:45)
    -God is faithful and righteous in all that He does. (Ps. 145:17)
    -Christians will experience trouble in this world, but in Christ we can have peace. (John 16:33)
    -The peace of God is beyond our understanding. (Phill. 4:7)
    -God does not withhold good things from the faithful. (Ps. 84:11)

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