HOPE AND CONFIDENCE IN GOD
“Blessed be Jehovah, who daily carries the load for us,
The true God of our salvation.
The true God is for us a God of saving acts;
And to Jehovah the Sovereign Lord belong the ways out from death.
“Whom do I have in the heavens?
And besides you I do have no other delight on the earth.
My organism and my heart have failed.
God is the rock of my heart and my share to time indefinite.
For, look! the very ones keeping away from you will perish.
You will certainly silence every one immorally leaving you.
But as for me, the drawing near to God is good for me.
In the Sovereign Lord Jehovah I have placed my refuge,
To declare all your works.
“In God I have put my trust.
I shall not be afraid.
What can earthling man do to me?”—Ps.
“For this God is our God to time indefinite, even forever.
He himself will guide us until we die.
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