Psalm 1 by Marty Goetz


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Hope of Glory by Marty Goetz

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Psalm 1
by Marty Goetz

Album: Hope of Glory
by Marty Goetz


How blessed, how happy is the man,
Who will not walk in the way of the ungodly
How blessed, how happy is the man,
Who will not stand in the path of the sinful
How blessed how happy is the man
Who will not sit in the seat of the scornful
And itís not hard to understand
Why God would bless that man

Chorus:
He delights in the law of the Lord (2x)
Night and day, day and night,
He meditates on all thatís right
And he desires nothing more
His delight is in the law of the Lord

How blessed, how happy are the ones
Who have their hope in a living Redeemer
How blessed, how happy are the ones
Who will one day see the face of their Savior
But how distressed shall be the ones
Who turn away from the love of a Father,
Unless they come to understand,
Godís kingdom is at hand

Chorus:
And they delight in the law of the Lord (2x)
Night and day, day and night
They meditate on all thatís right
And they desire nothing more
Their delight is in the law of the Lord

Oh, to be like a tree by the rivers of water,
Bearing itís fruit in season
Should my leaf never wither,
Should I flourish and prosper thereís a reason

Chorus:
I delight in the law of the Lord (2x)
Night and day, day and night
I meditate on all thatís right
And I desire nothing more
For my delight is in the law,

Oh, our delight is in Your Law

We delight in the law of the Lord (2x)
Night and day, day and night
We meditate on all thatís right
And we desire nothing more
Our delight is in the law of the Lord

And we desire nothing more
Our delight is in the law of the Lord


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I love this song- I listen to it over & over with tears pouring down my face. It ministers to my spirit deep down! - guest / Feb 20, 2014


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