Matthew Smith - To Dwell with God - Psalm 15

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Psalm 15 is built on the timeless truth that God promises eternal fellowship with him as a reward for perfect obedience to his law. Verse 1, which we sing as a chorus, expresses our longing to live with God and have this fellowship. We see God’s law described in the rest of the psalm, and although we have failed to obey, we know that Jesus Christ himself is the perfect Law-Keeper described by these words. Jesus has earned the right to dwell with God, and if we are in Christ, this privilege will be ours as well.

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A Psalm of David.

CH: O LORD, who may draw near
And make his home in your tent?
O who, who is able
To dwell on your holy hill?

He who is blameless; he who does right;
He who speaks truth in his heart.
He does not slander men with his tongue
He does his neighbor no harm.


He will not bring shame to his friend.
His eyes despise worthless men,
He exalts those who fear the LORD.
He swears to his hurt; he won’t change!


He does not ask for more in return
When he gives someone a loan.
He takes no bribe against honest men.
Whoever does this won’t be moved!

(chorus x2)


from Highways in our Hearts, released May 28, 2015
Lead vocalist: Matthew Smith


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