They Stumbled and Fell :: Hiding Psalm 27 in My Heart

Psalm 272

Our local dock and gazebo the morning after Super Storm Sandy ended here at the Jersey Shore. She knocked things down and around … but we experienced very little damage at the hand of the enemy, considering the devastation in our surrounding communities. Our enemy stumbled and ultimately fell.

Good morning. Ready to add verse two to our memorization? First let me attempt to get Psalm 27:1 NKJV on the page without the assistance of the memorization tool at Productivity 501.

The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear?

The Lord is my the strength of my life; and of who shall I be afraid?

Obviously I must keep at it …. =)

Now let me add verse two.

When the wicked came against me
To eat up my flesh,
My enemies and foes,
They stumbled and fell.

***

W t w c a m
T e u m f,
M e a f,
T s a f.

*****

And here’s the whole I’ve both verses 1 & 2 for memorizing together.

 Psalm 27 … 1The Lord is my light and my salvation;
Whom shall I fear?
The Lord is the strength of my life;
Of whom shall I be afraid?
When the wicked came against me
To eat up my flesh,
My enemies and foes,
They stumbled and fell.

***

1 T L i m l a m s;
W s I f?
T L i t s o m l;
O w s I b a?
2 W t w c a m
T e u m f,
M e a f,
T s a f.

I’ll be back … on Hopeannfaith.com, in a day or so to see how far along I’ve gotten! Until then. Thanks for stopping by to take a look. Have a blessed day.

Hiding-Psalm-27-in-My-Heart_DoNotDepartAHutchWriter

 

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