Man After Gods Own Heart

There was a giant of the philistine nation (nation)
A mighty warrior standing ten feet tall
He shouted boastings that no Israelite could beat him
He was ungodly and as mean as his sin

A boy named David stepped up to the situation
Goliath’s threats became a godly call
He chose some stones, and with God’s force he started slingin’
He knew by faith the victory he would win

He was a man after God’s own heart
He had a faith that set him apart
He showed commitment right from the start
He was a, he was a, he was a man after God’s own heart

There was a king of the Israelite nation
Tall, dark and handsome, rich – his name was Saul
Lost his anointing due to sin’s impatience
He disobeyed the Lord and next was his fall

The Lord called David to the situation
He was a young man, but he heard God’s call
He’d be anointed, he’d be Saul’s replacement
To lead God’s nation, holy chosen of all

He was a man after God’s own heart

Israel surrounded by the heathen nation
Edom and Moab and the Philistines
Their bloody swords dripping annihilation
Numbers and powers seemed they had it all

David the man of God addressed the situation (he prayed)
Gave thanks and praised the Lord all powerful
He stressed his faith among the congregation
Wherever David went the Lord helped him win

Man after God’s own heart (he was a man)
He was a man after God’s own heart (he was a man, he was a man, he was a man)
The Lord is my Shephard, I shall not want (man after God’s own heart)