Stay with God!

I spent some more time in Psalm this morning specifically Psalm 27, which seems a fitting follow up to Psalm 139. The following collaboration of selected verses from Psalm 27 is my heart meditation today; from the Message and NIV translations.

I spent some more time in Psalm this morning specifically Psalm 27, which seems a fitting follow up to Psalm 139. The following collaboration of selected verses from Psalm 27 is my heart meditation today; from the Message and NIV translations.The LORD is my light and my salvation-
whom shall I fear?

The LORD is the stronghold of my life-
of whom shall I be afraid?

So, with him on my side I’m fearless,
afraid of no one and nothing.

When besieged,
I’m calm as a baby.
When all hell breaks loose,
I’m collected and cool
.

One thing I ask of the LORD,
this is what I seek:
that I may dwell in the house of the LORD
all the days of my life
,
to gaze upon the beauty of the LORD
and to seek him in his temple. I’ll study at his feet.

That’s the only quiet, secure place
in a noisy world
,
The perfect getaway,
far from the buzz of traffic.

When my heart whispered, “Seek God,”
my whole being replied,
“I’m seeking him!”
Don’t hide from me now!

Point me down your highway, God;
direct me along a well-lighted street;
show my enemies whose side you’re on.

Wait for the LORD;
be strong and take heart

Don’t quit.
I’ll say it again:
Stay with God.

2 thoughts on “Stay with God!

  1. Thank you for commenting I wondered if it would come off as blaspheme and prayed it would not. The mix is the true reflection of the way the passage speaks to me. 😉

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