Set My Eyes to the Hills

by Troy Bronsink

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Eyes to the Hills-verse melody derived from W ZLO¬BIE LE¬ZY (Polish for He Lies in the Cradle) and verse lyrics from Here’s a Promise, Copyright © 2010 by Carolyn Winfrey Gillette used by permission.

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I set my eyes to the hills. Where does my help come from?
My help comes from the Lord ‘making earth and heaven.

Here's a promise we can count on!
It’s the word Isaiah saw:
One day coming, God's own mountain
Will be highest of them all.
All the nations will be yearning
For God's teaching, and returning,
They'll find guidance in God's law.

I set my eyes to the hills. Where does my help come from?
My help comes from the Lord ‘making earth and heaven.

On that day of celebration,
All will listen to the Lord.
God will judge between the nations
Till all justice is restored.
Out of weapons made for harming
They will fashion tools for farming
And they'll put aside the sword.

I set my eyes to the hills. Where does my help come from?
My help comes from the Lord ‘making earth and heaven.

One great day, the prophet told us,
God will triumph! It is true.
Lord, we trust this word of promise
As we hear your word anew.
When we're lost among the mountains
Of the world’s ways that confound us,
Show the path that leads to you.

I set my eyes to the hills. Where does my help come from?
My help comes from the Lord ‘making earth and heaven.

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released December 4, 2012
Troy Bronsink: Vocals, Guitars
Justin Roth: Electric guitars and pedals galore
Will Groth: Drums, Bells
Derek Hensel: Bass Guitar and vocals

Additional musicians
Eugene Russell: Flute, Saxophone; Josey Stone: Keys, Bells; Jack Jirak: Electric Guitar; Mike Sink: Electric and Acoustic Guitars; David Drexler: Guitar Effects, Vocals; Bill Davis: Cello. Additional Background Vocals: Annie Drexler, Kerstin Armstrong, Stacey Hensel, Sasha Cox, Eric Worrell and the congregation of City Church Eastside.

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Troy Bronsink Cincinnati, Ohio

Music is a vehicle for all sorts of freight: meditation, lament, story, and laughter to name a few. Bronsink's melodies carry everything from soaring delight to brooding angst to congregational of praise. He's currently travelling to promote his book, Drawn In, with house shows and conferences featuring Songs to Pray by and his singer songwriter material. ... more

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