Psalm 29

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Here is a poem that I wrote on October 29th, 2019 that was inspired by Psalm 29. This was written during one of my daily devotionals through the book of Psalms.

 

O sons of the mighty.

Ascribe to the Lord glory.

That which is due to his name.

May we all do the same.

The voice of the Lord is upon the waters.

God’s glory changes silent skies to thunders.

The voice of the Lord is powerful.

The voice of the Lord is wonderful.

The voice of the Lord breaks the cedars.

Yes, the Lord’s voice is heard by seekers.

The voice of the Lord hews out flames of fire.

The wilderness shakes as said fire goes higher.

Yes, the Lord sits as king forever.

The Lord gives strength to whosoevers.

The Lord blesses his own for life’s endeavors.

 

With that, Godspeed and Jesus bless.

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Psalm 13

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Here is a poem that I wrote on August 8th, 2019 that was inspired by Psalm 13. This was written during one of my daily devotionals through the book of Psalms.

 

God of gods, have you forgotten all of me?

How can you be near, yet the one I cannot see?

Did you leave because I am found, but not free?

How long will I have to comfort myself?

I have become my own hope for help.

I feel isolated like an elf on a shelf.

Then again, you and I have been here before.

When you’re gone and I wait for you by the seashore.

I will trust in you because you have made me for more.

 

With that, Godspeed and Jesus bless.

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Psalm 9

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Here is a poem that I wrote on August 2nd, 2019 that was inspired by Psalm 9. This was written during one of my daily devotionals through the book of Psalms.

 

Thank you Lord from the bottom of my heart.

You always have been great from the start.

You’re strong enough to stop evil in a single stroke.

Somehow you still love those of us who are broke.

What Jesus did cost blood.

Sin has stained us like mud.

Those in need will not be forgotten.

Those that do evil proudly are rotten.

You will end all evil, but we do not know when.

Remind our arrogant souls that we are but men.

 

With that, Godspeed and Jesus bless.

Footnotes

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