Look Up Child (the perfect song I wish I’d written!)

Look Up Child - Johanna Froese Photography (Pearl Allard holding up sunflowers) Look Up Sometimes

I stumbled, completely by accident, onto the perfect song today, and I’m so glad I did! In lieu of a post this week, I’m sharing this song with you called Look Up Child by Lauren Daigle. If you need a break from the storms of life, hide in Him, and listen to the song!

I copied the lyrics from azlyrics.com (below) so you could read them as well as listen.

Look Up Child lyrics (Lauren Daigle)

Where are You now
When darkness seems to win?
Where are You now
When the world is crumbling?

Oh I, I-I-I, I hear You say
I hear You say

Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey

Where are You now
When all I feel is doubt?
Oh, where are You now
When I can’t figure it out?

Oh I, I-I-I, I hear You say
I hear You say

Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up…

You’re not threatened by the war
You’re not shaken by the storm
I know You’re in control
Even in our suffering
Even when it can’t be seen
I know You’re in control

Oh I, I-I-I, I hear You say
I hear You say

Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up child, oh-oh-oooh
I hear You say, You say, You say
(repeats for while)

Look up

4 thoughts on “Look Up Child (the perfect song I wish I’d written!)

  1. Pearl this is awesome. I love Lauren Daigle.This is a perfect song from our Perfect God! This song goes beautifully with your blog.You are a shining sunflower for Jesus 🙂 <3

    1. Sydell, I love her songs, too. You Say is another good one! What are some of your favorites? This Son-follower is not so shining – but thank God it’s His light that shines through our cracks. Grateful to be His. Grateful for your comments here.

  2. Pearl, truly the PERFECT song for your website!

    I own some of Lauren Daigle’s songs but hadn’t heard this one.

    You should get her permission to have that song playing in the background when people visit your site!

    1. Isn’t that a great song? I love Lauren Daigle, but had not heard this one yet either. That is a fabulous idea, Debbie! Doesn’t hurt to ask, right? May you be given joy unshakeable that overflows to everyone you come in contact with today. 🙂

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