God’s Song

Guys I am super pumped because I decided to read Psalms and I noticed this common theme of story throughout the first 35ish books of Psalms or so. I decided to start writing some phrases that stuck out to me and then also realized I have never written a christian song before and I love to write music. So I want to share with you all my first song I’ve written in a christian aspect. I love it so much because it’s about 80 percent God and 20 percent me. Much of what is in this song is quoted directly from scripture in the message version. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.

God’s word is better than a diamond,

better than a diamond between emeralds.

You write the book of hallelujahs and

your name echoes around the world.

Paint your grace on my pages,

in love that’s your common language.

God rewrote the text of my life

when I opened the book of my heart to his eyes.

Punctuate my life when I need rest,

We are the birds and you are the nest.

God’s word warns us of danger

and directs us to hidden treasure.

I’m so starved for your affection

your the map to show us direction.

Paint your grace on my pages,

in love that’s your common language.

God rewrote the text of my life

when I opened the book of my heart to his eyes.

Punctuate my life when I need rest,

We are the birds and you are the nest.

Nothing you do can change the ending to your story,

it’s not written it’s writing all for God’s glory.

Nothing you do can change the ending to your story,

it’s not written it’s writing all for God’s glory.

Paint your grace on my pages,

in love that’s your common language.

God rewrote the text of my life

when I opened the book of my heart to his eyes.

Punctuate my life when I need rest,

We are the birds and you are the nest.

Thank you Papa for letting us be a part of the best book there ever was

And giving us a purpose to your sacrificial cause

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