Morning Prayer of Trust in God.1 O Lord, how b my adversaries have increased!
Many are rising up against me.
2Many are saying ▼
▼ Or toof my soul,
“There is no ▼
▼ Or salvation, e deliverance for him in God.” ▼
▼ Selah may mean: Pause, Crescendo or Musical interludeSelah.
3But You, O Lord, are g a shield about me,
My h glory, and the One who i lifts my head.
4I was crying to the Lord with my voice,
And He j answered me from k His holy ▼
▼ Or hillmountain. Selah.
▼ Or As for me, II n lay down and slept;
I awoke, for the Lord sustains me.
6I will o not be afraid of ten thousands of people
Who have p set themselves against me round about.
7 q Arise, O Lord; r save me, O my God!
For You ▼
▼ Or smitehave t smitten all my enemies on the ▼
▼ Or jawcheek;
▼ Or shatterhave w shattered the teeth of the wicked.
▼ Or Deliverance, y Salvation belongs to the Lord;
Your z blessing ▼
▼ Or isbe upon Your people! Selah.
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