Your love, oh Lord
Reaches to the heavens
Your faithfulness stretches to the sky
Your righteousness is like the mighty mountains
Your justice flows like the ocean's tide
I will lift my voice
To worship You, my King
I will find my strength
In the shadow of your wings

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Your Love Oh Lord (Psalm 36) Lyrics as written by David Carr Bradley B. C. Avery

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    General Comment

    I believe this is a cover song. It lyrics are derived from Psalm 36. Great praise song.

    Cuevoon April 18, 2003   Link
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    omg i could get high off this song! lol that was weird... ya i luv third day theyre so talented & arent one of those bands that u go "oookay r they supposed to be christian or not?" ya i have so much respect for them LUV THIS SONG!

    miss la de daon October 11, 2004   Link
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    General Comment

    It's a great song based on Psalm. This tune makes me feel very happy. That's because it's the true God's word. Abel

    abeljewishon April 12, 2005   Link
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    This song is so beautiful and's one of my preferred Third day's tunes.

    af4yaon December 07, 2005   Link
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    This is an amazing song. It says everything you need to say. Love it

    frogblossomson June 08, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    Cuevo is right the words were already written by david! Third day just put the melody to it Great! it is so satisfying to sing this knowing the words are straight from the bible!

    Alex 360on February 23, 2007   Link
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    General Comment

    Psalm 36 I think...

    iforgoton February 10, 2008   Link
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    I just got back fom church and this was our recessional hymm. We used their music. It was so cool.

    ArchimedesTheOwlon May 17, 2010   Link
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    Here are the actual lyrics exactly how they are sung on the album after carefully listening using AI Voice separation. Due to licensing I cannot directly edit them on this site unless approved by the copyright owners.

    Your love, O Lord, reaches to the heavens Your faithfulness stretches to the skies And Your righteousness is like the mighty mountain, Yeah And Your justice flows like the ocean's tide And I will lift my voice to worship You, my King And I will find my strength in the shadow of Your wings

    Your love, oh Lord, reaches to the heavens Your faithfulness stretches to the skies And Your righteousness is like the mighty mountain, yes And Your justice flows like the ocean's tides And I will lift my voice to worship You, my King And I will find my strength in the shadow of your wings

    And I will lift my voice to worship You, my King I will find my strength in the shadow of Your wings And I will lift my voice to worship You, my King And I will find my strength in the shadow of your wings

    Your love, oh Lord, reaches to the heavens Your faithfulness stretches to the skies

    PumSeedon May 15, 2024   Link
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    Filthy Christians! We all know that the True Path and Way are through the most powerful and glorius Satan! You could be blinded all day by the false light of Heaven, or reign truly and powerfully in Hell, which is where you are headed, because your God no longer cares for you! You will be sent there, and be poked and prodded by by a septor, wielded by me and everyone else who had the sense to bow down to the true Lord in his/her lifetime! Join me and you will be truly free from oppression and torture by your God!

    Imperfect_Strangeron February 10, 2008   Link

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