May my lips be honoring,
And my thoughts acceptable,
Fill my heart, overflowing,
Until my soul’s worshipful.

For You are my Redeemer, Lord,
And You declare my freedom, Lord,
You are the Perfect Word.

And though I’m a sinner,
You make me blameless,
Through all my error,
You make me blameless,
In spite of my failure,
You make me blameless,
You are the Perfect Word.

Your words cause great rejoicing,
They endure forevermore,
And by them there’s a warning,
In keeping them a reward.

Your law is correcting me,
Its power revives my soul,
And Your words are guiding me,
They are more desired than gold.

You’re the Word, Forever,
Blameless Savior…

Behind the lines

Psalm 19:7-14

At the end of Psalm 19, David closes with, “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight, O LORD, my rock and my redeemer.”

I thought it would be neat to start the song with these thoughts.

Voices in the Sky


Voices in the sky, speak,
Waves from a starry sea,
Their praise will never ever cease,
As they call, “Please hear me.”

Declaring He is glorious,
He is glorious,
He is glorious,
God is glorious.

One voice rises and falls,
One voice echoes the words,
While Dawn and Dusk cry out to all,
For the glory of God.

Sing along with the sun,
Sing along with the birds,
Add to a song that’s never done,
Tell the world of His worth.

Join in the chorus,
Make your own verses,
For He is glorious,
God is glorious.

Behind the lines

Psalm 19:1-6

And I love this video…

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