A Psalm of David.
Whom shall I fear?
dWhom shall I dread?
2 When evildoers came upon me to adevour my flesh,
My adversaries and my enemies, they bstumbled and fell.
3 Though a ahost encamp against me,
My heart will not fear;
Though war arise against me,
4 aOne thing I have asked from the Lord, that I shall seek:
That I may bdwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life,
In the secret place of His tent He will chide me;
He will dlift me up on a rock.
6 And now amy head will be lifted up above my enemies around me,
I will csing, yes, I will sing praises to the Lord.
7 aHear, O Lord, when I cry with my voice,
And be gracious to me and banswer me.
8 When You said, “aSeek My face,” my heart said to You,
“Your face, O Lord, bI shall seek.”
9 aDo not hide Your face from me,
Do not turn Your servant away in banger;
You have been cmy help;
O God of my salvation!
But bthe Lord will take me up.
11 aTeach me Your way, O Lord,
And lead me in a blevel path
Because of 1my foes.
For bfalse witnesses have risen against me,
And such as cbreathe out violence.
In the bland of the living.
14 aWait for the Lord;
Be bstrong and let your heart take courage;
Yes, wait for the Lord.
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