215 Praise for God From the Descendants of Moab

Verse 1

The children of Moab weep in torment,

sad faces wet with tears.

The judgment of God’s words

makes me shake with fear.

With tearful eyes, my flesh

is given to the fires of judgment.

The children of Moab weep in torment.

The merciless judgment sends me to hell.


Verse 2

Pain and chastisement come upon me.

In trials I call out and seek You.

Sinking to despair,

I hate myself all the more.

A tragedy plays out,

I believe but don’t belong to You.

I can just curse myself in remorse.

The trial of furnace torments my heart.


Chorus

The children of Moab weep in torment,

the desire to be blessed

vanishing completely in God’s judgment,

corruption cast aside by chastisement.

I resolve to rise up in love for God.

The children of Moab utter sincere praise.

God is so lovable, and I will love Him always.


Verse 3

Believing but not pleasing You,

unworthy to be called human.

If I have a conscience,

I should rise, bear witness to You.

Even if You detest me,

I will still love You, unashamed.

Though I am a child of Moab,

my heart that loves You will not change.


Bridge

So many seek to understand Your will.

So many long to love You fully.

So many bear witness to please You.

So many give lives to repay Your love.


Chorus

The children of Moab weep in torment,

the desire to be blessed

vanishing completely in God’s judgment,

corruption cast aside by chastisement.

I resolve to rise up in love for God.

The children of Moab utter sincere praise.

God is so lovable, and I will love Him always.

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