Still, I search for my God
Still, I search for my God. Francisco Feliciano* (1941-2014).
This hymn was composed in 1977 and first published in the United States in Hymns from the Four Winds, edited by I-to Loh* (Nashville, 1983), a supplemental collection of Asian hymns produced by the United Methodist Church. It appeared in the Christian Council of Asia hymnal Sound the Bamboo* (Manila, 1990) and again in the second edition of Sound the Bamboo (Hong Kong: 2000), both edited by Loh.
The hymn expresses the mysticism of one who seeks the source of life and peace. The theme of mystery is prevalent in several of Feliciano’s compositions, both in his texts and musical settings, but none more than in this hymn. The...
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