Psalm 151 (DKB version)

1 Thank you heavenly father for all the blessings I have received, both seen and unseen. The goodness you provide is a result of my faith.  2 The confident assurance that what I hope for is going to happen.  It is the evidence of what I cannot see.

3 You will find me wherever I go.  4 You will provide warring, protective angels all my years.  In the haze that divides drunkenness and sobriety, you found me pondering your will.  5 Your awareness and faithfulness is never ending.

6 Thank you heavenly father for all the blessings I have received, both seen and unseen. 7 Everything seemed lost.   8 Dark despair was bidding time, active in my space, quietly watching, and waiting for all loss of hope.  9 I was alone where only you can set the boundary, the place where darkness is separated from light.  10 Your authority, your command over darkness, your command over death, gave me another breath.  11 Your forgiveness revived my spirit, and bound it with yours.

12 Thank you heavenly father for all the blessings I have received, both seen and unseen.  13 Joy is in my heart, I witness it your children, young and old.  14 As a calf leaps and runs, my soul dances without a care.   Help me display your love, be with me always.  15 When thieves conspire against me, and steal my credit, be with me.  16 Provide my needs, and uphold my confident assurance of the evidence I cannot see, forgive my burning thoughts. 17 For I will forever, keep the faith.

 

Note:  The last Psalm recorded in the Bible is Psalm 150 credited anonymously.   Traveling the United States in a RV boasting 238 square feet of living space is pretty cool.   Junk still happens.  A cyber thief somewhere, maybe in Massachusetts or maybe Mozambique used my credit card number fraudulently.  My VISA was frozen, and I’m picking up the pieces.  There is a Bible verse somewhere stating that vengeance is for the Lord.  “Sick’m God.”

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