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If our trek through Genesis is teaching us anything it must be this: there is no salvation in man, only in the Lord. The title of this past Sunday’s sermon, “The Lord Remembered Noah,” captures the heart of Genesis 6–9, and the anchor of our hope.

To encourage you during the week and to help us all sing better on Sundays, from time to time I’ll highlight a song here on the blog. 

With this theme of the Lord’s salvation in mind, we’ve been singing a new song over the past few weeks, “The Lord is My Salvation.” 

Lyrics

1. The grace of God has reached for me,
And pulled me from the raging sea.
And I am safe on this solid ground:
The Lord is my salvation.

2. I will not fear when darkness falls,
His strength will help me scale these walls.
I’ll see the dawn of the rising sun:
The Lord is my salvation.

Chorus
Who is like the Lord our God?
Strong to save, faithful in love.
My debt is paid and the vict’ry won;
The Lord is my salvation.

3. My hope is hidden in the Lord,
He flow’rs each promise of His Word.
When winter fades I know spring will come:
The Lord is my salvation.

4. In times of waiting, times of need,
When I know loss, when I am weak.
I know His grace will renew these days:
The Lord is my salvation.

5. And when I reach my final day,
He will not leave me in the grave.
But I will rise, He will call me home:
The Lord is my salvation.

Gloria
Glory be to God the Father,
Glory be to God, the Son,
Glory be to God, the Spirit;
The Lord is our salvation.
The Lord is our salvation.

 

Words and music by Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty, Nathan Nockels, and Jonas Myrin, ©2016 Getty Music Publishing.

 

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