To God be the glory

Psalm 37 - The Wicked Have Bent Their Bow


In the LORD I put my trust, how can you say to my soul

Flee like a bird to the mountain top for the wicked have bent their bow


Why should I fear what men will do when the LORD is on my side

Though the winds of strife are coming soon, in Him I will abide


For the LORD my God is a jealous God and an all consuming fire

And those who put their trust in Him shall have their heart's desire


In the LORD I put my trust, how can you say to my soul

Flee like a bird to the mountain top for the wicked have bent their bow


For the LORD my God is a righteous Judge, his law will never fail

When everything is said and done, His commandments will prevail


For the righteous man will flourish like the trees in Lebanon

But the wicked man will perish in the sins of Babylon


In the LORD I put my trust, how can you say to my soul

Flee like a bird to the mountain top for the wicked have bent their bow


There is nothing in this world of woe that the Savior does not see

His eyes are on the sparrow and He's watching over me


If you confess your sins and follow Him and forsake your wicked ways

You will be forgiven by the Ancient of all Days


In the LORD I put my trust, how can you say to my soul

Flee like a bird to the mountain top for the wicked have bent their bow


In the LORD I put my trust, how can you say to my soul

Flee like a bird to the mountain top for the wicked have bent their bow

Flee like a bird to the mountain top for the wicked have bent their bow

Flee like a bird to the mountain top for the wicked have bent their bow

The wicked have bent their bow, the wicked have bent their bow


Adapted from Psalm 37 by Bruce Moss

To God be the glory

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