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Kiss The Son

 

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Hardcover Edition 2015

Kindle Edition 2015

 

First published in India by

SignPost Publishers 2015

 

Copyright © Aden Jay Christian 2015

This book is a rewriting of the biblical book of Psalms. The main root translations of the bible cannot be mentioned here since they have been modified and hence cease to be said particular translations…and as such cannot be listed here.

Set in Cambria. Pt 10

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For You –

My First Love.

My Deepest Hunger.

My Strongest Desire.

My Only Fulfillment.

JESUS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KISS THE SON

(For the Bride waiting at Zion)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Table of Contents

PART 1 – House Of David.

PART 2 – Kiss The Son

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 1 – 10.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 11 – 20.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 21 – 30.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 31 – 40.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 41 – 50.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 51 – 60.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 61 – 70.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 71 – 80.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 81 – 90.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 91 – 100.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 101 – 110.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 111 – 120.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 121 – 130.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 131 – 140.

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p<>{color:#00F;}. Psalm 141 – 150.

 

PART 3 – Contact Aden Jay Christian.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PART I

THE HOUSE OF DAVID

 

The House of David

My name is Aden. And I think before we enter the Psalms in this book, I need to tell you, how this book happened. I am just going to write out the incidents that led to this book and leave it to God to show you what He has done thru it. I think if this book is from God…then He is the best Spokesman for it. I don’t think I can do a better job than Him. So let me get on with the story.

How did this book happen?

First of all…2013 happened.

On January 15th 2013, I was asleep on my couch. My roommate had switched on the TV to watch “God Channel”. He liked watching every program on it. I heard a voice preaching. Something made me remove the blanket out of my face and look.

I saw a preacher on stage wearing a designer jacket that was to die for. He was handsome to the boot and had this aura of authority around him that was very refreshing. He was talking about grace and Joseph in the Bible. I asked my roommate who the guy was. My friend said: Joseph Prince. A preacher from Singapore.

It was like Christian novelty being played out on TV. I registered his name and quickly went back to sleep.

From then on, every time God Channel was on and Joseph Prince came on; I looked at him once just to see what jacket he was wearing. And that was it.

A few months passed by. It was May 6th 2013.

Early morning while I was on the rooftop talking to God, I saw a vision open up in front of me in the sky.

I saw in front of me a huge door!! Huge…as in the entire building in front of me and the sky became a door! It was so realistic…like just a step away. I saw me walking in and it opened to splendid brightness. I was about to slip because there was nothing after the threshold…and Jesus held me and then I realized I was in space. I saw the Earth and I saw His name on it. I looked at him and smiled.

I didn’t understand what that vision meant.

That evening, I had to go to the church to pray with a friend. Just when I was about to leave, God spoke to me again and said:

Download the latest Joseph Prince video!”

Now even God has a fancy for the man in the designer jacket! Who would-a thought!?

I went online and downloaded the audio and the video podcast version and loaded them on my phone.

The video was named:

#305 The Key of David – See God open doors.

And out of curiosity I played a portion in between. And his voice proclaimed: …door to the House of David.

By then my friend had come, so I shut it off and went to church.

When I began praying at church, Joseph Prince’s voice resonated in my ears once again: …door to the House of David!

What is the House of David??!!

Right that moment, the tongues I was speaking in transformed into music and I had a tune. It was a song. My very first original song.

For years, I had tried to compose my own music. I always believed my voice was a gift from God…but I ran from pillar to post asking people to write me a song I could call my own. But that day it was right there. Grace gave me my first song. The song was called ‘Calvary’ and I got it tune, words and all in a flash!

That night, back at home, when I opened the Bible, it opened to the portion where David had sung a portion to God before his death. And in a few seconds, I had that in music form too.

And again the words echoed in my mind:

door to the House of David!

Of course, I didn’t listen to the entire message from Joseph Prince. In fact, I felt the leading in my heart that I wasn’t supposed to listen to it at that time. So I let it slip by.

Over the new few days, music continued to pour….and at one point our entire church playlist was filled with original songs. I had a folder full of them in little more than a month.

Two months later.

On 21st July 2013, God woke me up in the middle of the night and asked me to open the Bible. It wasn’t what I wanted, especially after a night of heavy emotional battling with God. Life didn’t seem fair. What was done to me didn’t seem right. (That’s a story for another day, another book may be!) The endless days of waiting was slowly taking its toll. So, I was in no mood to get up and oblige another midnight prayer call from God. But…it was GOD…and so I eventually got up and skeptically opened the Bible. It opened to Psalm 63, written by David when he was broken and hiding in the desert of Judah.

And God told me: Read it, Aden.

I started reading it and it made no particular sense to me in anyway.

Then God stopped me in the middle and said: “Now start singing it as if it were YOU singing to Me, not David.”

You see, this is the problem we always have with the Psalms. Every single Christian at one time or other in life, looks to the Psalms to provide much needed prayer points, praise verse and begins reading it from the beginning and drops it halfway.

Reason?

Well, we simply cannot relate to the Psalms anymore, at least not in its entirety. First, there is the law in it. Then, there are the horrible passages of revenge, hatred and blood, and lastly, they are David’s! There is always the underlying feeling that we are reading someone else’s prayer, not our own.

And with regards to the second point, most Christians cannot relate to those portions in the Psalms, because we are under Jesus and He taught us to love and never hate or curse. And in the Psalms, it looks like that’s what David did most of the time.

Cry or curse. Cry or curse. Cry or curse!

The guy was soap-opera gold.

If you haven’t gone through this dilemma, then well, you have missed a very important rite of passage in the kingdom of God. It’s like prom. You have to take the Psalms and get tired halfway. That’s the set standard.

So when God told me to read the Psalms, I was sure what to expect. And then when He stopped me and asked me to read it like I had written it, it was something that should have been done long ago, but it needed to come as a revelation. Revelation gives you the heart of God like lightning bolts…and then comes the part where you feel so stupid wondering why you hadn’t thought of that earlier.

It’s so simple. Why didn’t I think of it earlier?

Well, that’s why it is a revelation. Else, it would be knowledge. And knowledge is well, just knowledge. It can never replace the power and glory that comes with a revelation from God!

I went back to the first verse of Psalm 63 and started genuinely imagining it as if I had written it to my own pain, while reading it. God enabled me to change the words along the way and truly read it as mine.

I had read this passage many times before but this time something had changed. The words had miraculously taken on a whole new meaning and depth. Tears rolled down my cheeks at the sheer force of love that God enabled me to feel for Him…for Jesus. And my heart burst open like a door that was unlocked after years. Suddenly there was depth…there was real depth. There was joy! There was peace!

I shut the Bible, crawled into my bed, huddled up inside, imagining Jesus lying next to me holding me and then asked Him: Jesus, what just happened?

And He casually said: Open your mail!

I did. And in there was a mail I usually receive from a Jewish commentary source.

I looked at the mail and in it was a quote:

If you only knew the power of verses of Psalms and their effect in the highest Heavens, you would recite them constantly. Know that the chapters of Psalms shatter all barriers, they ascend higher and still higher with no interference; they prostrate themselves in supplication before the Master of all worlds, and they effect and accomplish with kindness and compassion” – Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch (Tzemach Tzeddek, 1789-1866)

Then God spoke to me:

Now, I want you to rewrite all of the Psalms the way I lead you to. As if it was you writing it, you singing it. And when it is done, the keys to the House of David will be given to you and you shall open it!”

Wait a minute!

I had heard that somewhere before!

House of David…House of David…oh my God! Joseph Prince! May 2013! I knew deep inside I was on the way to cracking something really exciting!

The next morning when I was in prayer, God asked me to start writing specific number of Psalms each day as He led. While I was in the process of rewriting the Psalms, there were a few things He showed me:

1. The portions where the psalmist asks for revenge, is not something we can or should do anymore. Because, under the new covenant, we are called to love. Yes, we can of course ask for the shaming of our enemies but only through the vindication of our lives, not the cursing of theirs. I have realized if someone hurts me, wishing they get their due is the least of the vindication process. I actually want God to bless me for my pain, to console me with a nice blessing, not punish or judge someone else. It serves no one anything. May be it satisfies our egos a little bit, but truly, if you have the mind of Christ, you will know there is no joy in someone going through pain, even if that someone positioned themselves as your enemy. There really is no joy in that. Joy is when God lifts us up. So when I’m hurt, I would much rather He bless me, than push someone else down. Seriously!

2. The portions referring to battle against enemies, even normal people were quite understandable back then, but under the new covenant, we are not called to an ongoing war. We are called to enjoy a finished war! I mean, really! It is FINISHED…truly absolutely FINISHED! And we are not here to enjoy grace to launch spiritual attacks on people…and I most certainly don’t want to waste my time launching an attack on the devil when he is already attacked and declared defeated! Defeated forever! Not a small defeat. It was an absolute, colossal, unimaginable, irrevocable defeat that only someone as powerful as Jesus could inflict on someone as weak and pathetic as Satan! And we don’t launch spiritual attacks on people because as Paul says in Romans 9:22-23, we are vessels of grace. We receive grace, we release grace. We are judged through grace, (and are found not guilty) we judge through grace (And find others not guilty as well). We are found in grace, we will find in grace. We are seen through grace, we will see others through grace as well.

3. The portions referring to the law in the Psalms are outdated as well. We are not under the law. We are under grace now. We are not under a distant relationship with God based on performance. We are under an emotionally tangible, physically tangible (yes, physically!!), spiritually tangible relationship with God through the finished work of Jesus on the Cross of Calvary. And we are not to look at God as God alone…but as God the Father who is the absolute embodiment and source of love. And most importantly we are not under punishment. We are under disciplining, yes. But the disciplining that we have in mind is so totally different from the disciplining God has on His mind. In God’s heart, disciplining is more like transformation from the inside. Yes, we get ourselves into mess. But His way of getting us out is to love more, transform stronger and finally reward us for being transformed, when it was He who transformed us in the first place! I don’t care what people say. But there is no God like my God!! Disciplining of God leads to transformation and building. God doesn’t punish His people. He doesn’t lay a finger of punishment on His vessels of grace.

So God led me to make changes according to the above lessons in the Psalms to bring them under the new covenant. To bring it into my hands so that I could read and reach out to Him in the exact emotionally perfect way that David did.

I personally believe David was an amazing man of God….because he loved God. Period. No other reason. I believe he was a constant ‘headache’ to God because he simply wouldn’t let God go! He wouldn’t! I asked God once to show me how much David reached out to Him in comparison to other mighty men of God, and God showed me a tender vision:

I saw the throne room of God. I saw a lot of the saints of God standing in front of Him, praising Him. I saw a couple of men who looked at me and gave me their names. There was Jeremiah, Isaiah and Daniel. I saw Ezekiel…my favorite prophet in the Bible. I wondered where David was. And then God smiled and said: You want to know where he is? Look closely at My chest! I looked at God’s chest…and there I saw a miniature David adamantly clinging to the robe on His chest like a little frog refusing to let go!

It was amazing how child-like David was. I saw him legs spread apart and holding both his hands and hanging on to God’s bosom, trying to climb higher! It wasn’t the perfect sight for a king…but then what king dances to God in public forgetting that his clothes had fallen off?

When I saw that vision, I understood one thing. God put up with every one of David’s mess, because His heart was united with David more than any other human ever in the history of the world. So through Saul, through Bathsheba, through Uriah…through this and through that…David ‘exhausted’ God because he simply loved Him too much!

Is it any wonder, the man sang on his bed:

My soul longs for you God. My body yearns for you as in a dry land. Through the watches of the night, I think about You! (Psalm 63)

Now can we dare to get that romantic about God?!

David did!

And today God is longing to see men and women reach out to Him like David did. God is looking for people who would, regardless of their mess, simply refuse to let go of Him. And if that means, me placing my soiled hands on His clean robe…clearly, God doesn’t seem to mind. Our religion might…but not God…He doesn’t.

Phew! What a relief!

When God revealed these things to me, I asked Him to let the same Spirit of Worship that rested on David, rest on me in order for me to rewrite the Psalms accordingly. It was grace that enabled me to do it. It just felt so easy, so perfect and I had such unbelievable joy, overflowing amount of emotions, and tears every time I changed the word ‘law’ into ‘grace’, ‘Lord’ into ‘Jesus’, ‘David’ into ‘me’!! It was an experience I would never forget! And my heart opened up to God like never before. The Psalms weren’t a stranger’s song anymore! They were mine…to my God…to the Love of my life…to my Husband! To my Jesus! It was beauty beyond belief.

I know….I am getting a little dramatic! But you should have been there when I was getting this done.

I was led to work on the psalms an hour or so each morning.

And it was all done in 21 days. It took just 21 days!!

Of course, in between, Satan, the liar came to me with his bundle of lies wrapped in religiously perfect questions:

Who gave you the authority to change the Bible?

Doesn’t it say in Revelations that you shall not remove of this book?

You are being deceived?

Do you see other pastors and preachers doing this?

The condemning questions were endless. I opened up about this to my then pastor (Pastor Sanjeev Samuel)…who simply said: Aden, you go! You finish it! This is God!

And on the 2nd of August 2013, God spoke to me again.

All this I have taught you, Aden and you believed without questions. Now here is your confirmation! Download Joseph Prince’s latest video!”

And He added: “And don’t forget to check his jacket out.”

I tell you, no man has the kind of humor my Daddy does!

I went online and downloaded it. And I saw the name of the video while downloading it and I knew exactly what was coming. The video read:

#317Worship God with the Psalms of David!!!!!!

I opened it and I was shocked to see he was wearing the same jacket as the one in the video I had seen in May. And then I realized this video was the second portion of that one. It was so weird but completely God.

When I listened to it, I heard Joseph Prince talk about a lot of the things that God had actually taught me during my time writing the Psalms. Then he explained the meaning of the House of David with such clarity. He said when you sing the Psalms of David to God, the house of David will be opened to you.

The house of Praise!

The house of Worship!

The house of Victory!

Suddenly the vision of the open door, the original songs God gave me, the rewriting of the psalms…it all made perfect sense. They were all in line with this particular word!

And that night, over dinner, I spoke to my pastor about this, and he added:

“Aden, the house of David is Bethlehem which is called the house of bread, which means prosperity. God is going to open the house of David to you when you complete this.”

Prosperity?

Anointing?

Who doesn’t want that?

By the end of 21 days, it was done.

I still couldn’t believe I had rewritten an entire book in the Bible and I was just a kid compared to all those big pastors and preachers. But then…if there is one thing I have realized about God, it is this: His grace is king. Not man or his talents.

I was happy that it was done. All I had to do was take a print and use it for my daily prayer. But then God wasn’t done. It’s amazing how limited my vision was with regards to what God had enabled me to do. For me, it was just something personal that happened between me and God. And that was it. I hadn’t thought beyond that.

But on the day I completed the Psalms, God showed me a vision.

I saw a book in my hands. I was reading it out, kneeling down in front of the Throne room of God. Then, I saw a book in the hands of many people, reading it and crying out to God in worship.

That’s when I realized, this wasn’t just something personal between me and my God. It was far bigger than what I had imagined. He had so beautifully led me to write a book for His people without any of my personal or artistic interference.

Up until then all the visions were completely me-centric. But that was the moment I understood the complete meaning of all the visions and the events of the past few months.

God’s instructions were plain and simple:

Print this as a book and give it to the bride of Christ. As she reads it and worships through the words of David, the house of David will be opened to her! She will cling to Jesus like David did. Her God will draw closer to her. His prosperity and anointing will flow deeper into her and she will be beautified and perfected more like the queen that has wed Jesus!

When I asked God for a name for the book, He simply said: “Son, ask David! Let him show you. Open the Psalms.”

I opened the Bible and it opened to Psalm 2 and my eyes went to the phrase in verse 12: KISS THE SON!

God wanted the bride to embrace His Son closer…to kiss Him.

Content done. Name done.

Lord, what about the cover?

The next morning, God showed me the image of a friend of mine, Gowtham, a photographer. God led me to ask him for a few photos to be used as cover images for the book.

The Sunday I asked him for the photos, I had taught from the Bible about Jesus walking on water. It was totally unplanned. It was one of those out-of-nowhere teachings inspired by the Holy Spirit. Two days later, Gowtham sent me the images of a man standing at the beach waiting to enter the sea!

I knew the images were not from Gowtham…but from God.

Content done. Name done. Cover done.

Lord, what about the editing?

You would think by now I would trust God blindly!!

Two weeks after the writing was done, God asked me to start editing the book and writing this preface. I opened the word file and as one Psalm after the other went through the editing for typos and other things, I was scratching my head looking for those small Psalms that were a delight to rewrite. But everything looked big. When writing the psalms, it felt like every psalm had less than ten verses. It was grace! Grace that made the biggest of Psalms feel like minute sentences to enable me to complete the task God had set out for me.

So you see…from the beginning to the end…the cover to the writing, it was all planned out by God. This book is His creation, not mine. I mean I didn’t even know this was a book until the day I finished writing it.

Surely, this book is a gift.

Surely the keys to the House of David has right now been given to you, precious child of God.

Open it! Read it! Sing it! Adore Your God! Kiss His Son! Love Him! For He is willing!

And it is my belief, as it should be yours….

Under the leading of the Lord, by the time you finish this book, the House of David will be opened to you. Prosperity, healing, anointing, restoration and joy will flow into your lap from Jesus who is the source of all the deepest, most beautiful pleasures of life!

He is on the throne.

At the Right Hand.

And He is yours!

Yours to love.

Yours to touch.

Yours to kiss!

So go on…

Be bold…

KISS HIM!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PART II

KISS THE SON

 

I STRESS ON THIS, DEAR ONE

Read every day, the portions as the Holy Spirit leads you to. Don’t push through your flesh. God cannot be manipulated into blessing His people. He longs to answer through grace, not human maneuvers. And remember, this is a genuine love letter from man to God…the first intention being – A closer relationship with Jesus. Everything else is secondary…insignificant…and unimportant. Keep this…always always ALWAYS on your mind.

 

DAILY PRAYER

Father God of Abraham, I ask Lord that You will let the Spirit of Worship that rested on David rest on me, even as I open this key today to adore Your Son, Jesus. Let me bring a smile to His beautiful face…and let me warm Your tender heart with my song.

And by the pleasure of Your will alone, not because of what I have done or what I am doing…but because of Your pleasure alone, cause this worship to be pleasing in Your eyes and open the door to the House of David in my life.

In Jesus’ Name, I ask.

Amen.

 

 

PSALM 1

1I am blessed because I walk in the counsel of grace and sit in the seat of the ones made righteous by the finished work of Jesus.

2And my delight is only in Jesus; and in His grace I meditate day and night.

3And I shall be like a tree planted by the rivulets of water that brings forth its fruit in its seasons, and its leaf shall not wither, and all which I do shall be blessed.

4The wicked are not so, but are like chaff which the wind drives away. Yet, His love is abounding even for them.

5Therefore the ungodly shall stand saved by accepting His grace, and sinners will find hope in the congregation of those made righteous through Jesus.

6My God Jehovah knows the way of the righteous; It is only in the following of Jesus; and every other way shall perish.

 

PSALM 2

 

1Why do the nations rage, and the peoples meditate on a vain thing?

2The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers plot together, against God and His anointed Son, Jesus, saying,

3Let us break their bands in two and cast away their cords from us.

4But He who sits in the heavens shall laugh; God shall mock at their vanity.

5Then He shall speak to them in His love, and receive them through His chosen King, Jesus.

6Yea, I have set My king, Jesus on My holy hill, on Zion.

7He will declare the decree of Jehovah. God has said to Him, You are My Son; today I have begotten You.

8Ask of Me, and I shall give the nations for Your inheritance; and the uttermost parts of the earth for Your possession.

9You shall break every bondage; You shall destroy every evil like a potter’s vessel.

10And now be wise, O people; be instructed, O judges of the earth.

11Serve God with love, and rejoice with boldness.

12Kiss His Son, and accept Him as your Savior, lest He be angry, and you perish from the way, when His wrath is kindled at the end of time. Blessed are all who put their trust in Him through His Son, Jesus.

 

PSALM 3

 

1O Lord, how my foes have increased! Many are the ones who rise up against me.

2Many are saying of my soul, there is no deliverance for him in God.

3But You, O Father, are a shield for me; my glory, the One who lifts up my head.

4I cried to Jesus with my voice, and He heard me out of His holy hill.

5I laid down and slept. I awoke, for my Father kept me.

6I am not afraid of ten thousands of people who have set against me all around.

7Arise, Abba; save me, O my wonderful God; for You have defeated all my enemies. You have vindicated me in Your love.

8Salvation belongs to my Father. And Your blessing is on me by the sacrifice of my Husband, Jesus.

 

PSALM 4

 

1Hear me when I call, O God of my righteousness; Give me peace and relief from my distress; because You have abundant mercy on me, hear my prayer.

2O sons of men, how long will you turn my glory into shame? Will you love vanity and seek after a lie?

3But know that Jesus has set me apart as His bride for Himself. My God Jehovah hears when I call to Him.

4I stand in awe of You, and trust in Your grace; I speak within my own heart on my bed and be still.

5I offer the sacrifices of righteousness in Jesus, and trust in my Abba.

6There are many in the world who say, Who will show us any good? Jesus, lift up the light of Your face on us.

7You have put gladness in my heart, more than in the time that their grain and wine increased.

8I will lie down, both in peace and in sleep. For You alone, Abba, make me dwell in safety.

 

PSALM 5

 

1Give ear to my words, O Father; consider my meditation.

2Listen to the voice of my cry, my King and my God; for to You I will pray.

3My voice You shall hear in the morning, Abba; in the morning I will direct my prayer to You, and I will look up, my dearest Jesus.

4For You are not a God that enjoys wickedness; nor shall evil dwell with You.

5Boastfulness shall not stand in Your sight. You hate all iniquity.

6You destroy every spoken lie; my Father despises unrighteousness.

7But I, in the abundance of Your grace, I will come into Your house; I will worship You. I will bow down in worship toward Your Holy Temple, Jesus.

8Lead me, O Jehovah, in Your righteousness, because of my enemies; make Your way straight before my face.

9For there is no faithfulness in their mouth; their inward part is wickedness; their throat is an open grave; they flatter with their tongue.

10Abba, forgive them and let all their plans against me fall; cast those plans out, for they are a rebellion against You.

11Let me rejoice because I put my trust in You; let me always shout for joy, because You defend me. And because I love Your Name, let me be joyful in You.

12For You; O Beautiful King, will bless me because I have been made righteous by Jesus; with favor You will surround me as with a shield.

PSALM 6

 

1O Lord, I thank You. You have not dealt with me in anger, nor have You chastened me in the heat of fury.

2Let Your grace flow on me, Abba, for I am weak; O Jehovah, heal me, for my bones are troubled.

3My soul also is exceedingly troubled; but You, O Father, how long?

4Return, Jesus, return; deliver me; save me for Your mercy’s sake.

5For in death there is no memory of You; in the grave who shall give You thanks?

6I am weary in my groaning; all the night I make my bed swim; I melt my couch with my tears.

7My eye is dim because of grief; it wastes away because of all my enemies.

8But I will not be broken; for my Father has heard the voice of my weeping.

9My Father has heard my cry; Jehovah will receive my prayer.

10Let all my enemies be forgiven. Let their plans against me fall; and let them see the mercy of my God.

 

PSALM 7

 

1O Jehovah my God, in You I put my trust; save me from all my pain, and deliver me from my oppressors,

2lest they tear my soul like a lion, tearing it in pieces, and there is no one to deliver.

3My Father, even if I have done this; if there is iniquity in my hands;

4if I have rewarded evil to my friend, or if I have unjustly attacked anyone;

5let my soul not be persecuted and taken; yea, let no one trample down my life on the earth and lay my honor in the dust, for I am still righteous and justified by Your grace.

6Arise, O God, in Your might; lift up Yourself because of the rage of my enemies, and rise up to give me the restoration which You have commanded through Jesus!

7And the congregation of the peoples shall surround You; and over it You will return on high.

8Jehovah shall restore the people; restore me, O Father, according to the righteousness that I have been given freely through Jesus, and according to Your integrity on me.

9O let the wickedness of the wicked come to an end, but establish the just. For the righteous God justifies the minds and hearts by His grace.

10My defense is from my Father, who saves the ones that believe in Jesus.

11God justifies the ones made righteous, and God is angry against all evil.

12If it does not stop, He will whet His sword; He has bent His bow and made it ready.

13Yea, He has prepared the instruments for battle; He has made His arrows hotly pursue.

14Behold, evil is being thought up, and mischief conceived, and falsehood brought forth against me.

15But in the same pit that was dug for me to fall, every opposition will fall to its end.

16Nothing shall harm me, and no violence shall come on my crown. I shall not fall, for my Father upholds me.

17I will praise my Precious God according to His righteousness, and will sing praise to the name of Jehovah Most High.

 

PSALM 8

 

1O Abba, how excellent is Your name in all the earth! You have set Your glory above the heavens!

2Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings, You have ordained strength, because of ones vexing You, to cause the enemy and the avenger to cease.

3When I look at Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon and the stars which You have established;

4what am I that You are mindful of me, and me, a son of man, that You visit me?

5For You have made me lack a little from the angels, and have crowned me with glory and honor through Jesus.

6You made me rule over the works of Your hands; You have put all things under my feet, in Jesus’ Name:

7all sheep and oxen, yes, and the beasts of the field;

8the birds of the heavens, and the fish of the sea, and all that pass through the paths of the seas and every prosperity.

9O Jehovah, my Dear God, how excellent is Your name in all the earth!

 

PSALM 9

 

1I will praise You, Abba Father, with my whole heart; I will tell of all Your marvelous works of grace.

2I will be glad and rejoice in You; I will sing praise to Your name, O Most High.

3When evil comes, it shall fall and perish before You.

4For You have maintained my right and my cause; You sat in the throne judging right through grace.

5You have rebuked and destroyed every evil. It does not have a name forever and ever.

6The desolations of Satan have come to an end forever, and You have destroyed every bondage; their strongholds have perished with them.

7And my Father shall endure forever; He has prepared His throne for judgment.

8And He shall judge the world in righteousness; He shall judge the peoples in uprightness through His Son, Jesus.

9My God also will be a refuge for me, a refuge in times of trouble.

10And because I know Your name, I will put my trust in You; for You, Jehovah, have not forsaken me when I seek You.

11Sing praises to Jehovah, my soul; declare among the nations His deeds.

12For He remembers them, the seekers of my blood; He forgets not the cry of my humbled heart.

13Have mercy on me, O Jehovah; see my trouble from those who hate me, You who lift me up from the gates of death,

14so that I may declare Your praise in all of the earth; I will rejoice in Your salvation, in Jesus.

15The nations have sunk down in the pit that they made; their foot is caught in the net which they hid.

16Jehovah is known. He has executed judgment; Satan is snared in the work of his own hands. A meditation.

17He shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God.

18For the needy shall not always be forgotten; the hope of the poor shall not perish forever. I will not be forgotten. I will not perish.

19Arise, O Jehovah; let not man be strong. Let the nations be restored in Your sight through Jesus.

20Put them in Your truth, O Jehovah, let the nations know they are but men and that they need Jesus.

 

PSALM 10

 

1Why do You stand afar off, Dear Father? Will You hide in times of trouble?

2The wicked in their pride persecute me; let every plan they have imagined be cancelled.

3For the wicked boast of their desires, and they bless the covetous whom You despise.

4Through pride the wicked do not seek You; There is no God in all their schemes.

5Their ways are always perverted; Your judgments are high, out of their sight. As for enemies, they pride and favor them.

6They have said in their heart, We shall not be moved; from generation to generation, never in evil!

7Their mouths are full of cursing and deceit and fraud; full of mischief and vanity.

8They sit in the hiding-places; in the secret places they persecute and murder the innocent. And their eyes are secretly set against me.

9 They lie in wait secretly, like a lion in his den. They lie in wait to catch me; they catch me when they draw me into their net.

10They crouch and bow, and I have fallen by their might.

11They have said in their heart, God has forgotten; He hides His face; He will not see forever!

12Arise, O Jehovah; O God, lift up Your hand; forget me not, Abba.

13Why do the wicked condemn God? They have said in their hearts, You will not judge.

14You have seen it; for You behold mischief and vexation, to remove it with Your hand. I commit myself to You; You are the Helper of the fatherless. I am fatherless without You, my Wonderful Father.

15Break the arm of evil; seek out every wickedness, until You find none.

16My Jesus is King forever and ever; evil has perished out of His land.

17Jesus, You have heard the desires of my humbled heart; You will prepare my heart, You will cause Your ear to hear,

18to give justice to the fatherless and the oppressed, me, so that the man of the earth and my enemies may no more terrify.

 

PSALM 11

1I put my trust in Jehovah, my Father; how can my enemies say to me, Flee like a bird to the mountains;

2for lo, the wicked bend their bow; they make ready their arrow on the string, so that they may secretly shoot at me.

3If the foundations are destroyed, what can I do?

4Jehovah is in His holy temple; My God’s throne is in Heaven; His eyes behold, His eyelids examine the children of men.

5My Father justifies the righteous; but His soul hates evil and violence,

6On every evil that comes against me, He shall rain snares, fire and brimstone; and a horrible tempest shall be its portion.

7For the righteous Father loves the righteousness of His Son, Jesus; His face looks on me because He has made me righteous and upright through Jesus.

 

PSALM 12

 

1Help, Jehovah, for godliness ceases; for the faithful fail from among the sons of men.

2They speak vanity each one with his neighbor; with flattering lips and a double heart they speak.

3Jehovah shall bring down all flattering lips, the tongue that speaks proud things,

4that has said, With our tongue we shall do much; our lips are our own; who is lord over us?

5For the oppression of My child’s poor soul, for the sighing of his needy frame, I will now arise, says Jehovah. I will set him in the safety he pants for.

6The Words of my Father are pure Words, like silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.

7You shall keep me, Abba, You shall preserve me in Jesus from this generation forever.

8The wicked walk on every side, when vileness is praised by the sons of men. May they be forgiven by You through Jesus.

 

PSALM 13

 

1How long will You forget me, my merciful Father? Forever? How long will You hide Your beautiful face from me?

2How long shall I take counsel in my heart having sorrow in my heart daily? How long shall I be cast down in front of those that caused me harm?

3Look! Answer me, O Jehovah my God; enlighten my eyes by the Holy Spirit, lest I sleep the sleep of death,

4lest Your enemies say, We have overcome him, and Your foes rejoice when I am shaken.

5But I have trusted in Your grace, Abba; my heart shall rejoice in Jesus.

6I will sing to Jehovah, because He has rewarded me.

 

PSALM 14

 

1The fool has said in his heart, there is no God! They acted corruptly; they have done abominable works, there is none who does good.

2Jehovah looked down from Heaven on the sons of men, to see if there were any who understood and sought God.

3All have gone aside, together they are filthy; there is none who does good, no, not one.

4Have all the workers of iniquity not known, eating up My people as they eat bread? They have not called on Jehovah.

5There they were in great fear; for my Father is in the generation of the righteous and in me by Jesus.

6You have shamed the counsel of the poor and you have shamed me, but my Father is my refuge.

7Who will bring the salvation of Israel out of Zion? When Jehovah brings back the captivity of His people through Jesus, I shall rejoice, and Israel shall be glad.

 

PSALM 15

 

1Father, who shall dwell in Your tabernacle? Who shall dwell on Your holy hill?

2He who walks with Jesus, and works righteousness by grace, and speaks Your truth in his heart;

3Abba, I do not desire to backbite with my tongue, nor desire evil against my neighbor, nor do I take up a reproach against my neighbor;

4in my eyes evil is despised, but I honor those who fear Jesus; I have sworn to my hurt, and do not change it;

5I have not put out my money at interest, nor have I taken a bribe against the innocent. Because, he who trusts in Jesus desires only good and shall not be moved forever. Thank You Abba, by Your grace, You have transformed me to be such a child and I will not be moved forever. In Jesus’ Name.

 

PSALM 16

 

1Watch over me, Abba; for in You do I put my trust.

2Oh my soul, you have said to Jesus, You are my Lord; I have no goodness apart from You.

3As to the saints in the earth, they are the excellent, in whom is all my delight.

4Their sorrows are multiplied who run after another god. I will not pour out their drink offerings of blood; and I will not take their names on my lips.

5Jesus is the portion of my inheritance, and of my cup; You shall uphold my lot in Jesus’ Name.

6The lines have fallen to me in pleasant places; yea, I have a beautiful inheritance through Jesus.

7I will bless the Holy Spirit, who has given me wisdom; my heart also instructs me in the nights.

8I have set my Husband always before me; because He is at my side, I shall not be moved.

9Therefore my heart is glad Lord, and my glory rejoices; my flesh also shall rest in hope;

10For You, Abba have not left my soul in hell; You have not allowed Your holy one to see corruption.

11You will make me know the way of life; in Your presence is fullness of joys. At Your right hand where Jesus sits, are pleasures forevermore.

 

PSALM 17

 

1Hear me, O Jehovah; listen to my cry; Give ear to my prayer, for it is not in lips of deceit.

2Let my vindication go out from Your presence; let Your eyes behold me through grace, dear Father.

3You have proved my heart; You have visited me in the night; You have tried me, and You will find nothing but Jesus; my thoughts do not pass beyond my mouth.

4Concerning the works of men, by the words of Your lips, I am kept from the paths of the destroyer.

5My steps have been held in Your paths, so that my footsteps have not slipped.

6I have called on You, for You will hear me, Abba; bow down Your ear to me; hear my speech.

7Set out Your wonderful loving-kindness, O Savior of those seeking refuge in You, from those who rise up against me.

8Keep me as the pupil, the daughter of the eye, Jesus; hide me under the shadow of Your wings,

9from the face of the wicked who try to strip me. Those against my soul, my foes, encircle me.

10They are enclosed in their own fat; with their mouth they speak proudly,

11they have now hemmed in my steps, they have set their eyes to bow me to the earth,

12their likeness is like a lion that longs to tear, and like a young lion lurking in secret places.

13Arise, O Jehovah, disappoint my enemies by bringing me deliverance; deliver my soul from the wicked by Your Word,

14from men by Your hand, O God, from men of the world whose portion is in this life, and whose belly, You fill with Your treasure. They are satisfied with sons, and will leave their riches to their babes.

15As for me Abba, I will behold Your beautiful face in righteousness through Jesus; when I awake, I shall be satisfied with Your image.

 

PSALM 18

 

1I love You, O Lord, my strength.

2Jehovah is my strength, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my rock; I will trust in Him; He is my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my high tower.

3I will call on Jesus, who is worthy to be praised; so shall I be saved from my enemies.

4The sorrows of death hemmed me in, and the floods of ungodly men made me afraid.

5The sorrows of hell surrounded me; the snares of death confronted me.

6In my distress I called on my Father, I cried to my God; He heard my voice through His Son, Jesus, and my cry came before Him, into His ears.

7Then the earth shook and trembled; and the foundations of the hills moved and were shaken, because He was angry.

8A smoke went up out of His nostrils, and fire devoured out of His mouth; coals were kindled by it.

9And He bowed the heavens and came down, and darkness was under His feet.

10And He rode on a cherub, and flew; yea, He soared on the wings of the wind.

11He made darkness His secret place, His pavilion around Him, darkness of waters, thick clouds of the skies.

12At the brightness before Him, His dark clouds passed through, hailstones and coals of fire passed.

13My God also thundered in the heavens, and the Highest gave forth His voice; hailstones and coals of fire.

14Yea, He sent out His Word and scattered my enemies; and He shot out lightnings and they ran.

15Then the channels of waters were seen, and the foundations of the world were uncovered, at Your word, Abba, at the blast of the breath of Your nostrils.

16He sent from above, He took me, He drew me out of many waters.

17He delivered me from my strong enemy, and from those who hated me; for they were too strong for me.

18They went before me in the day of my calamity; but my God was my stay.

19He brought me forth also into a large place; He delivered me because He delighted in me.

20My Father rewarded me according to the righteousness I inherited freely through Jesus; according to the cleanness of my hands through the blood of Jesus…He has repaid me.

21For I have kept the ways of Jesus, and have not wickedly departed from my God.

22For His grace was constantly before me, and I did not put away His Word from me.

23I was also upright before Him by trusting in His grace alone, and I was kept away from iniquity by His empowering grace.

24And my Father has returned to me according to the righteousness that I inherited freely through Jesus, according to the cleanness of my hands through the blood of Jesus…in His eyes.

25With the merciful, You will show Yourself merciful; with an upright man You will show Yourself upright;

26with the pure You will show Yourself pure; and with the crooked You will show Yourself perverse.

27For You will save the afflicted people, but will bring down high looks.

28For You Abba, will light my candle; Jesus my Lord will make my darkness light.

29For by You I can run through a troop; and by my God I can leap over a wall.

30As for God, His way is perfect; the Word of Jehovah is tried; He is a shield to me and all those who trust in Jesus.

31For who is God besides my God? Or, who is a Rock except my Jesus?

32It is my Jesus who girds me with strength and makes my way perfect.

33He makes my feet like hinds’ feet, and sets me on my high places.

34He lets His Holy Spirit war through me, so that a bow of bronze is bent by my arms. And keeps me at rest through Jesus.

35You have given me the shield of Your salvation by giving me Jesus; and Jesus has held me up, and His grace has made me great.

36Abba, You have given a wide place for my steps under me, so that my feet have not slipped.

37You have pursued my enemies and overtaken them; nor did You turn again until their plans against me were destroyed.

38You have shattered all powers of darkness, and they cannot rise again; they have fallen under my feet.

39And You have girded me with rest from every battle; You have humbled under me those who rose up against me.

40You have also given me the heart of Jesus, so that I might freely forgive my enemies in Jesus’ Name.

41Evil cried out, but there was none to save; even to Jehovah, but You did not answer.

42Then You beat every plan against me, small as the dust before the wind; You cast them out like the dirt in the streets.

43You have delivered me from the strivings of the people; You have made me the head of the nations by Your grace; a people whom I have not known shall serve me by Your decree.

44As soon as they hear of me, they shall honor me; the sons of strangers shall respect me in Jesus’ Name.

45The sons of strangers shall fade away and be afraid out of their strongholds.

46Jehovah lives; and blessed be my Rock, and let the God of my salvation be praised.

47It is my Father who avenges me, and humbles the people under me.

48He delivers me from my enemies; yea, You lift me up above those who rise up against me; You have delivered me from the evil one.

49Therefore I will give thanks to You, Abba, among the nations, and sing praises to the name of Jesus,

50magnifying the salvations to Jesus, and working mercy to His anointed, to me, and to my seed forevermore.

 

PSALM 19

 

1The heavens declare the glory of my God; and the expanse proclaims His handiwork.

2Day to day pours forth speech, and night to night reveals knowledge.

3There is no speech nor are there words; their voice is not heard.

4Their line has gone out through all the earth and their words to the end of the world. In them He has set a tabernacle for the sun,

5and Jesus comes forth as a bridegroom from his canopy; He rejoices as a strong man to run a race,

6going forth from the end of the heavens, and its course is to their ends. And there is nothing hid from its heat.

7Jesus is perfect, converting my soul; the testimony of Jesus is sure, making me wise.

8The words of my Father are right, rejoicing my heart; the grace of my Father is pure, giving light to my eyes.

9The fear of my Father is clean, enduring forever; the grace of my Father is true and righteous altogether,

10more to be desired than gold, even much fine gold; sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb.

11And Your son is blessed by it; in receiving it there is great reward.

12Who can understand my errors? Oh make me pure from secret faults;

13and keep me, Your son back from presumptuous sins; Your grace will not let them rule over me; then I shall be upright, and I shall be innocent of great transgression.

14Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in Your sight, O Father, my Rock and my Redeemer.

 

PSALM 20

 

1May Jehovah hear me in the day of trouble, the name of the God of Jacob set me on high,

2sending me help from the sanctuary, and upholding me in Jesus.

3He will remember all my offerings, and accept my worship.

4May He grant me my heart’s desire, and fulfill all the plans He has put in me.

5The world will rejoice in my salvation, and in the name of Jesus they will set up banners; may Jehovah fulfill all my prayers.

6Now I know that God saves His anointed; He will hear me from His holy Heaven with the saving strengths of His Son, Jesus.

7Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; but I will remember the name of Jesus and my Father, my God.

8They have bowed down and fallen; but I have risen and stand upright through grace.

9Save, O Father; Give me victory! Hear me when I call on Jesus.

 

PSALM 21

1Lord, I your king shall rejoice in Your strength, O Jehovah; and in Jesus how greatly shall I rejoice!

2You have given me my heart’s desire, and have not withheld the prayer of my lips.

3For You go before me with the blessings of goodness; You set a crown of pure gold on my head.

4I asked life from You; You gave to me length of days forever and ever.

5My glory is great in Jesus; honor and majesty You have laid on me.

6For You have made me most blessed forever; You have rejoiced me in the gladness in Your holy face.

7For I trust in my Father, and in the mercy of the Most High; I shall not be moved.

8Your hand found out all Your enemies; Your right hand found out those who hated You.

9You made them as a fiery oven in the time of Your presence; Jehovah will swallow them up in His wrath, and the fire shall devour them in the end.

10Their fruit shall You destroy from the earth, and their seed from among the sons of men.

11For Satan intended evil against You; he imagined a wicked thing; he will not prevail.

12For You shall make his forces turn the back; You shall make ready Your arrows on Your strings against their faces.

13Be exalted, O Jehovah, in Your strength; I will sing, and praise Your power.

PSALM 22

 

1My God, my God, why have You forsaken me, and are far from my deliverance, and from the words of my groaning?

2O my God, I cry so in the daytime; and in the night, and I am not silent.

3But You are holy, enthroned on the praises of my lips.

4I trusted in You; I trusted, and You delivered me through Jesus.

5I cried to You, and was delivered; I trusted in You, and was not ashamed.

6I know, I am a worm, and no man; a reproach of men, and despised by the people.

7All who see me mock me; they shoot out the lip; they shake the head, saying:

8He trusted on Jesus; let Him deliver him; let Him rescue him, since He delights in him!

9For You are He who took me out of the womb, causing me to trust while on my mother’s breasts.

10I was cast on You from the womb; You are my God from my mother’s belly.

11Be not far from me; for trouble is near, for there is none to help.

12Many bulls have circled around me; strong bulls of the world have surrounded me.

13They opened wide their mouths on me, like a ripping and a roaring lion.

14I am poured out like water, and all my bones are spread apart; my heart is like wax; it is melted in the midst of my bowels.

15My strength is dried up like a potsherd, and my tongue clings to my jaws;

16and I am brought into the dust of death. For dogs have circled around me; the band of spoilers have hemmed me in, piercers of my hands and my feet.

17I can count all my bones; they look and stare at me.

18They divide my garments among them and cast lots for my clothing.

19But You, Abba, be not far from me; O my Strength, hurry to help me!

20Deliver me from the sword, my life from the dog’s hand.

21Save me from the lion’s mouth; from the wild oxen’s horns. You have answered me by giving me Jesus.

22I will declare Your name to the whole world; in the midst of the congregation I will praise You.

23I fear my God, and I praise Him; I am the seed of the blood of Jesus, so I glorify Him; and I love Him because I am a child saved through the blood of Jesus.

24For He has not despised me nor hated my afflictions; and He has not hidden His face from me, but when I cried to Him, He heard me through Grace.

25My praise shall be of You in the great congregation; I will worship You with the ones who love You.

26I shall eat and be satisfied; and I shall seek my Father and shall praise Him; my heart shall live forever in Jesus.

27All the ends of the world shall remember and turn to the Father through the finished work of my Jesus; and all the families of the nations shall worship before my wonderful God.

28For the kingdom is Jehovah’s; and He is the ruler among the nations.

29All the fat ones on the earth shall eat and worship; all those who go down to the dust shall bow before Him; and none can keep alive his own soul.

30I shall serve Him; it shall be spoken of Jesus to the coming generation.

31I shall go forth, and shall declare His righteousness to a people that shall yet be born, that my Father has done this.

 

PSALM 23

 

1My Beloved Jesus is my Shepherd; I shall not lack anything.

2He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside the waters stilled by His grace.

3My Father restores my soul through His son, Jesus; He leads me in paths of righteousness for His name’s sake.

4Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for You are with me; Your rod of gentle love and Your staff of perfect deliverance, they comfort me.

5You prepare a table of marriage for me in the presence of my enemies; You anoint my head with Your oil of grace; my cup runs over with the abundant shalom of Jesus.

6Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life; and I shall dwell in the house of Jehovah forever by the finished work of my Jesus on the cross of Calvary.

 

PSALM 24

 

1The earth is my Father’s, and the fullness of it; the world, and those who dwell in it.

2For He has founded it on the seas, and established it on the rivers.

3Who shall go up into the hill of God? Or who shall stand in His holy place?

4He whose hands have been cleansed and heart purified by the blood of Jesus; who has not lifted up his soul to vanity, and has not trusted deceitfully in himself.

5I shall receive the blessing from God, and righteousness from my salvation, Jesus.

6This is the generation of those who seek Your face, that are completely saved in the name of Your Son Jesus, O God of Jacob.

7Lift up your heads, O gates; and be lifted up, O everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in.

8Who is this King of glory? Jehovah strong and mighty, Jehovah mighty in battle. And His Son, Jesus the Lamb of God, Jesus the Lion of Judah.

9Lift up your heads, O gates; even lift up, O everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in.

10Who is this King of glory? Jehovah of Hosts, my Father, He is the King of glory.

 

PSALM 25

 

1To You, O Jesus, I lift up my soul.

2O my God, I trust in You; do not let me be ashamed, let not the enemy triumph over me.

3Yea, I wait on You. Let me not be ashamed; and let them be forgiven who sin against me.

4Make me know Your ways, O Abba; teach me Your paths.

5Lead me in Your truth, and teach me; for You are the God of my salvation; on You I wait all the day long.

6Remember, Abba, Your tender mercies and Your loving-kindnesses; for they are borne out of the sacrifice of Your only Son, Jesus.

7You do not remember the sins of my youth, or my rebellings; according to Your mercy through the blood of Jesus, You remembered me for Your goodness’ sake, dear Father.

8Good and upright is my Abba; therefore He will teach me in the way.

9He will guide me in grace; and He will teach me His way.

10All the paths of Jehovah are mercy and truth to me because I partake in His covenant of grace and His testimonies of love and seek Him in the name of Jesus.

11In Jesus’ Name, I thank You, O God, for washing away my sins; for they were numerous.

12I love my Father…and He will lead me in the way that I should choose.

13My soul will dwell at ease; and His seed in me will inherit the earth.

14The secret of my God is with me because I love and worship Him; and He will keep me in His covenant.

15My eyes are ever toward Jesus; for He has plucked my feet out of the net.

16Turn to me Jesus, and have mercy on me, for I feel wasted and afflicted.

17The troubles of my heart are enlarged, Abba; bring me out of my distresses.

18Look on my affliction and my pain, for I am forgiven of all my sins.

19Look on my enemies; for they are many; and they hate me with cruel hatred.

20Keep my soul, and deliver me; let me not be ashamed, for I put my trust in You in Jesus’ Name.

21Let Your grace keep me pure and upright; let Your grace keep me; for I wait on You in Jesus’ Name.

22Redeem me by the victory You have given me through Jesus, O God. Redeem me out of all my troubles, in Jesus’ Name.

 

PSALM 26

 

1Judge me, O Father through grace; for I have walked in the truthfulness of Jesus. I have trusted in You; I shall not slide.

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Kiss The Son

July 2013, God spoke to Aden in the middle of the night, waking him up to a revelation of Worship, and over the next 21 days, released the Key to the House of David to him. And the Book of Psalms became a Key to the wealth of Grace. To be given to the Bride of Christ. That as she worshiped with this Key, His overflow would flow into her life. Miracles would manifest. Breakthroughs would become a norm. Prosperity would rest upon her. Healing would proceed from the Throne room of Grace and fill her body. That by the time this Key is opened, there would be a radical change in her worship of Christ. And in her understanding of the free manifestation of Grace. Truly Bride of Christ...the key to the House of David has been given to you. So be bold. Open it. And go on. Kiss Him! For He is willing.

  • ISBN: 9788192315324
  • Author: Aden Jay Christian
  • Published: 2015-12-04 03:05:15
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