Psalms 91

Dear Yah'huah,

Witchcraft dwells heavy in the land...
Protect the shepherd, and the lamb
Adversaries prey on innocent blood lusting to commit slaughter...
Every son, and every daughter
In this wicked dwelling place that we call the "world"...
May You please continue to have mercy, and show us grace
We need Your compassionate embrace
Throughout every obstacle we face
You're with us, we believe in You, but it's Your sweet, and loving kindness that we long to taste
Thank You for shifting every arrow...
Even if You refuse to shift another
Thank You Abba for Your protection
You guard me like an eldest brother
And for that, I praise Your sacred name, even if I fall
I'll also remember You in prosperity, and answer when You call
All of my enemies attempted, but never were successful
It's only because of You, my Lord
Thank You for making this life that You've created much less stressful
In the midst of being under pressure, You still provide comfort, and love without measure
That's why I'll never take credit for any of Your efforts
To be Your servant is a great pleasure

About this poem

A poem inspired by King David's annointed Psalms 91...

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Written on August 31, 2023

Submitted by immaculatewriting904 on August 31, 2023

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Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 1,084
Words 197
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 22

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