In Trust

Trust:

1
a: assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something
b: one in which confidence is placed

(http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/trust)

Trusting in God

Psalm 27

(By David.)

A Prayer of Praise

27 You, Lord, are the light
that keeps me safe.
I am not afraid of anyone.
You protect me,
and I have no fears.
Brutal people may attack
and try to kill me,
but they will stumble.
Fierce enemies may attack,
but they will fall.
Armies may surround me,
but I won’t be afraid;
war may break out,
but I will trust you.

I ask only one thing, Lord:
Let me live in your house
every day of my life
to see how wonderful you are
and to pray in your temple.

In times of trouble,
you will protect me.
You will hide me in your tent
and keep me safe
on top of a mighty rock.
You will let me defeat
all of my enemies.
Then I will celebrate,
as I enter your tent
with animal sacrifices
and songs of praise.

Please listen when I pray!
Have pity. Answer my prayer.
My heart tells me to pray.
I am eager to see your face,
    so don’t hide from me.
I am your servant,
and you have helped me.
Don’t turn from me in anger.
You alone keep me safe.
Don’t reject or desert me.
10 Even if my father and mother
should desert me,
you will take care of me.

11 Teach me to follow, Lord,
and lead me on the right path
because of my enemies.
12 Don’t let them do to me
what they want.
People tell lies about me
and make terrible threats,
13     but I know I will live
to see how kind you are.

14 Trust the Lord!
Be brave and strong
and trust the Lord.

I long to dwell in the house of the Lord, to be safe in his arms.  When all around is going crazy, and when it is calm – in him is my reliance.  He neither rejects or deserts anyone.  He is kind, and can be relied upon.

In trust I come to you Lord.  You are the only truly safe place.  I know you won’t reject me.  I turn to you now

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