Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord. I'll contemplate his beauty; I'll study at his feet. Take heart. Take heart. God is not pleased when we hide our pain and neediness before him. 7-9 Listen, God, I’m calling at the top of my lungs: “Be good to me! Because the structure of this service is shaped by the psalm, we suggest that information like what's in the box below be placed on the bulletin cover or at the heading of the worship sheet. 2 When vandal hordes ride down ready to eat me alive,Those bullies and toughs fall flat on their faces. He treasures our cries for help! 7-12) includes David's cry to God in the face of enemies that threaten to attack him. Finding the new version too difficult to understand? Sung Prayer: "My God, How Wonderful You Are" (st. 1) PsH 499, TH 35. They can be found in the following sources: The responsorial anthem on Psalm 23, "Shepherd of My Heart" by Francis Patrick O'Brien, is published by GIA G-3770  (E). 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Read more », Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord. We can learn from David's reasons for wanting to go there: to find quiet safety, to gaze on the beauty of the Lord, and to feel his heart breaking out into a sacrifice of joy. Dr. Hammond has observed that there is a remarkable elegance in the original, which, by the use of the beautiful figure aposiopesis, makes an abrupt breaking off in the midst of a speech. should have become of me! Denomination: Foursquare What was the ground of this confidence he does not say, but he had the fullest belief that this would be so. Amen! 27 Light, space, zest— that’s God!So, with him on my side I’m fearless, afraid of no one and nothing. Psalm 27:13 NIV Psalm 27:13 NLT Psalm 27:13 ESV Psalm 27:13 NASB Psalm 27:13 KJV Psalm 27:13 Bible Apps Psalm 27:13 Biblia Paralela Psalm 27:13 Chinese Bible Psalm 27:13 French Bible Psalm 27:13 German Bible Alphabetical: am believed confident despaired goodness had have I in land living LORD of see still that the this unless will would The Lord is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be afraid? The confidence that Psalm 27 started with in verses 1-3 is the same confidence David ends with in verses 13-14. God holds me head and shoulders above all who try to pull me down. Many of the psalms of David are treasured by the people of God because they have been born out of the soul and experience of David himself. 5 That’s the only quiet, secure place in a noisy world,The perfect getaway, far from the buzz of traffic. The Lord is my light and my salvation— whom shall I fear? 5 That's the only quiet, secure place in a noisy world, The perfect getaway, far from the buzz of traffic. 2 When vandal hordes ride down ready to eat me alive,Those bullies and toughs fall flat on their faces. 7 Hear my voice(T) when I call, Lord; be merciful to me and answer me. REASSURING SELF IN TIME OF DANGER (27:13-14) A. To be of good courage 2. He may have had some special assurance of it, or he may have had a deep internal conviction of it, sufficient to calm his mind; but whatever was the source of this confidence it was that which sustained him. Miscere, et tantas audetis tollere moles? A summary of the meanings and implications of vital worship. Psalm 27:13-14 I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the LORD in the land of the living. in the land of the living! A similar state of feeling is indicated in the remarkable passage in Job, Job 19:25-27. I'm sure now I'll see God's goodness in the exuberant earth. The confidence that Psalm 27 started with in verses 1-3 is the same confidence David ends with in verses 13-14. The Lord is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be afraid? If this service is planned for evening worship, we suggest "All Praise to You, My God, This Night"; if you plan this service for morning worship we suggest using "Siyahamba." NEED TO WAIT ON THE LORD (14) 1. David feels free to cry out to God with his needs. This anthem is published by Agape HH3949  (E). (AG)14 Wait(AH) for the Lord; be strong(AI) and take heart and wait for the Lord.