Sabbath Psalm 20
(from the song, ‘To My God and Savior’)
Seraphim are gathered before You; covering their eyes with their wings; trembling in the light of Your glory and Your splendor they sing. So as I boldly enter Your presence, let contrition mark me as well; I’m humbled by the thought that You pulled me from the bowels of hell.
So I cry, “Holy, holy, holy! To my God, the One and Only!” And I sing with Seraphim that loud refrain.
One touch of Your kindness, I’m undone; one drop of Your mercy, I drown; one divine proposal and my rags become a wedding gown. There’s glory in Your transfiguration—it shines away my reasons to boast! But Your disfiguration is the place I see Your glory the most!
So I cry, “Holy, holy, holy! To my God, the One and only!” and I sing with Seraphim that loud refrain:
“Worthy is the Lamb Who was slain!”