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Psalms 27

Psalms 27:1  
Of David. The Lord is my light and my salvation; who is then a cause of fear to me? the Lord is the strength of my life; who is a danger to me?

Psalms 27:2  
When evil-doers, even my haters, came on me to put an end to me, they were broken and put to shame.

Psalms 27:3  
Even if an army came against me with its tents, my heart would have no fear: if war was made on me, my faith would not be moved.

Psalms 27:4  
One prayer have I made to the Lord, and this is my heart's desire; that I may have a place in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, looking on his glory, and getting wisdom in his Temple.

Psalms 27:5  
For in the time of trouble he will keep me safe in his tent: in the secret place of his tent he will keep me from men's eyes; high on a rock he will put me.

Psalms 27:6  
And now my head will be lifted up higher than my haters who are round me: because of this I will make offerings of joy in his tent; I will make a song, truly I will make a song of praise to the Lord.

Psalms 27:7  
O Lord, let the voice of my cry come to your ears: have mercy on me, and give me an answer.

Psalms 27:8  
When you said, Make search for my face, my heart said to you, For your face will I make my search.

Psalms 27:9  
Let not your face be covered from me; do not put away your servant in wrath; you have been my help: do not give me up or take your support from me, O God of my salvation.

Psalms 27:10  
When my father and my mother are turned away from me, then the Lord will be my support.

Psalms 27:11  
Make your way clear to me, O Lord, guiding me by the right way, because of my haters.

Psalms 27:12  
Do not give me into their hands, because false witnesses have come out against me, and men breathing destruction.

Psalms 27:13  
I had almost given up my hope of seeing the blessing of the Lord in the land of the living.

Psalms 27:14  
Let your hope be in the Lord: take heart and be strong; yes, let your hope be in the Lord.


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