Psalm 62: Trust in God Alone

I. My soul rests in God alone,
from whom comes my salvation.
God alone is my rock and salvation,
my fortress; I shall never fall.
How long will you set yourself against a
man?
You shall all be destroyed,
Like a sagging wall
or a tumbled down fence!
Even highly placed people
plot to overthrow him.
They delight in lies;
they bless with their mouths,
but inwardly they curse.

II. My soul, be at rest in God alone,
from whom comes my hope.
God alone is my rock and my salvation,
my fortress; I shall not fall.
My deliverance and honor are with God,
my strong rock;
my refuge is with God.
Trust God at all timess, my people!
Pour out your hearts to God our refuge!

III. Mortals are a mere breath,
the sons of man but an illusion;
On a balance they rise;
together they weigh nothing.
Do not trust in extortion;
in plunder put no empty hope.
On wealth that increases,
do not set your heart.
One thing God has said;
Strength belongs to God;
so too, my Lord, does mercy,
For you repay each man
according to his deeds.

Dear Daddy,

As You know, the sin I struggle with the most is pride … But I am not You, I am not a god. Forgive me Father, for forgetting that from time to time. Help me also to turn to you in times of struggle rather than seeking comfort in material objects, men, or keeping the trial to myself. Help me remember that it does neither me nor others any good to surpress and hide my pains. Thank you Daddy, for helping me with my troubles and for providing me with challenges that strengthen our relationship. Help me to trust in You alone. I love you my King.

All That I Am,
Your Little Brat

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