A higher view

Prod me with Your loving hands,
Stir me from my deep impasse.
I long to flee this stagnant rut;
My soul, my prison, deadened lot,
Which end is just to taste Your wrath;
So set me on the narrow path.
Thorns and thistles may line this road
But it leads me to the mutual abode.

Lift me up with Your mighty hand
Above this frenzied earthly land.
Set me on the mount to see
What the world can offer me;
Till I see the vanity from on high
And earthly desires I bid goodbye
And set my eyes on You.
G Tahir


We sang this song at the Young Working Saints' Retreat and enjoyed it so much!

Helena Munasque

Iligan City, Philippines

Lift me up with Your mighty hand, LORD!!!

Thuy Diem

Trà Vinh, Vietnam

I like this song. Every time I hear more and love Him more. I feel very much encouraged.

Joy Legua

Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines

Praise the Lord! What an awakening song!

This remind us that all earthly things are vanity, dung before the eyes of God. Oh Lord Jesus! Capture us with Your beauty! Renew our consecration before You, that we may walk Your ordained way. Hallelujah! Amen. :)

Glina Mira Bean

Tukuran, Zamboanga Del Sur, Philippines

Lord, save and lift me up with Your mighty hands from all vanities in this land and bring me into Mount Zion to have a clear vision regarding Your economy. I love this song and I remembered the summer camp of the YOUNG PEOPLE in Zamboanga del sur and Sibuguy. Yes, Lord continue to preserve me. I love the YP, children and all the saints. Please extend my life use me for more years. I LOVE YOU LORD JESUS and Your church. Hallellujah!!!


Polomolok, South Cotabato, Philippines

Lord set us on the highest mountain for us to see the vanity of the world and see a clear vision concerning Your economy. Amen.

Benjamin Hombrebueno

Quezon, Philippines


Meriam Andrin

Ozamiz City, Philippines

Hallelujah! I love this hymn.

Zacarias Barbanida

Antequera, Bohol, Philippines

We usually sing this on our young people's meeting.The yp enjoyed it very much.



Praise the Lord!! Nothing is sweeter than the Lord's presence. Everything is only vanity without Him.