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What are some Bible-based children's songs?

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Some Bible-based children's songs are "Arky, Arky," a song based on the Bible story of Noah, and "Trust in the Lord," a song based on Proverbs 3:5-6. Another Bible-based children's song is "Noah Found Grace in the Eyes of the Lord," which also tells the Bible story of Noah.

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"Arky, Arky" is a Bible-based story for children that encourages children to "rise and shine" and give glory to God. The song says that all people are children of God. The song's verses talk about God's promise to send a flood and how God sent the animals to the ark for safekeeping. Finally, after the flood, the sun dries the earth and everything is "dandy, dandy."

"Noah Found Grace in the Eyes of the Lord" tells the story of Noah from the Bible book of Genesis. The chorus repeats that "Noah Found Grace in the Eyes of the Lord" and that because of God's grace, Noah stayed dry during the flood. The verses tell the story of Noah chronologically. First, God looks down from heaven with dismay at man's behavior. Even though God decides to destroy the world, Noah receives God's grace.

The song tells how God instructs Noah to build a boat because God plans to send a flood. God tells Noah to take his family on the ark. God then sends rain, and Noah's boat floats through the storm. When the waters calm down, Noah and his family resume life on Earth.

The children's Bible song "Trust in the Lord" comes from Bible verses that urge each person to trust in God rather than in human understanding. The song tells the singer to acknowledge God in all that he does. In exchange for trust, God straightens the person's path.

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