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Friday, March 10, 2017

Psalm 27

By Kelly Bridgewater

Psalm 27

The Lord is my light and my salvation;
Whom Shall I fear?
The Lord is the strength of my life;
Of whom shall I be afraid?
When the wicked came against me
To eat up my flesh, 
My enemies and fes, 
They stumbled and fell. 
Though an army may encamp against me, 
My heart shall not fear;
Though war may rise against me, 
In this I will be confident. 

One things I have desired of the Lord, 
That will I seek:
That I may dwell in the house of the Lord
All the days of my life,
To behold the beauty of the Lord,
And to inquire in His temple. 
For in the time of trouble
He shall hide me in His pavilion;
In the secret place of His tabernacle
He shall hide me;
He shall set me high upon a rock. 

And now my head shall be lifted up above my enemies all around me;
Therefore I will offer sacrifices of joy in His tabernacle;
 I will sing, yes, I will sing praises to the Lord. 

Hear, O Lord, when I cry with my voice!
Have mercy also upon me, and answer me. 
When You said, "Seek my face,"
My heart said to You, "Your face, Lord, I will seek."
Do not hide Your face from me;
Do not turn Your servant away in anger;
You have been my help;
Do not leave me nor forsake me, 
O God of my salvation. 
When my father and my mother forsake me, 
Then the Lord will take care of me. 

Teach me Your way, O Lord, 
And lead me in a smooth path, because of my enemies. 
Do not deliver me to the will of my adversaries;
For false witnesses have risen against me, 
And such as breathe out violence. 
I would have lost heart, unless I had believed
That I would see the goodness of the Lord
In the land of the living. 

Wait on the Lord;
Be of good courage, 
And He shall strengthen your heart;
Wait, I say, on the Lord!

Come back next week where I will share which one of these verses is my verse for 2017! I will be spending a lot of time in this Psalm, memorizing it and applying it to my daily walk. 


Scripture taken from the Journal the Word Bible NKJV, Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2016. Print.
 

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