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Psalms Chapter 27 | Parsha:

1Of David.
The Lord is my light and my help;
whom should I fear?
The Lord is the stronghold of my life,
whom should I dread?

2When evil men assail me
to devour my flesh—
it is they, my foes and my enemies,
who stumble and fall.

3Should an army besiege me,
my heart would have no fear;
should war beset me,
still would I be confident.

4One thing I ask of the Lord,
only that do I seek:
to live in the house of the Lord
all the days of my life,
to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord,
to frequent His temple.

5He will shelter me in His pavilion
on an evil day,
grant me the protection of His tent,
raise me high upon a rock.

6Now is my head high
over my enemies roundabout;
I sacrifice in His tent with shouts of joy,
singing and chanting a hymn to the Lord.

7Hear, O Lord, when I cry aloud;
have mercy on me, answer me.

8 In Your behalf my heart says:
“Seek My face!”
O Lord, I seek Your face.

9Do not hide Your face from me;
do not thrust aside Your servant in anger;
You have ever been my help.
Do not forsake me, do not abandon me,
O God, my deliverer.

10Though my father and mother abandon me,
the Lord will take me in.

11Show me Your way, O Lord,
and lead me on a level path
because of my watchful foes.

12Do not subject me to the will of my foes,
for false witnesses and unjust accusers
have appeared against me.

13Had I not the assurance
that I would enjoy the goodness of the Lord
in the land of the living . . .

14Look to the Lord;
be strong and of good courage!
O look to the Lord!

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