Tag Archives: Psalm 13

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Psalms 13:4-6 4 My enemy will say, “I have triumphed over him,” and my foes will be glad because I am shaken. 5 But I have trusted in your covenant faithfulness; my heart will be glad because of your deliverance. … Continue reading

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Psalms 13:1-3 1 How long, Yahveh? Will you forget me permanently? How long will you hide your face from me? 2 How long will I store up anxious worries within me, agony in my mind every day? How long will … Continue reading

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I will sing

Psalm 13 There are some days you just don’t feel like rejoicing or singing.  There are some days – and today may be one of them for you – when you come to the end of the day and lament … Continue reading

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how long?

Psalm 13.  The believer proceeds from victory to victory — with long stretches of waiting in between. These are opportunities for us to spend quality time in prayer. God is not offended when we ask how long it will be … Continue reading

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