Roxanne Dubarry

Rookie - 152 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

Psalm of David


Bless your chosen people, God,
and give us your blessed peace and
assurance. In your marvelous mercy,
help us and hear our prayers. Grant
us, God, the wisdom, strength,
couraged, and conviction necessary to
worship and serve you daily.

Oh, God, you are on the side
of the righteous! You and your
heavenly angels watch over u s
twenty-four hours a day. When
we cry out to your in our pain,
you are our fortress in our times
of troubles.

Why should we be fearful and
afraid! For, you are our guiding
light, and shield of our salvation!
You have given us victory over
death and the grave!

Love in Christ Jesus!
September 24,1987

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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King David had more than his share of trials and triublations. When I wrote: 'Psalm of David, ' my family and I were going through some pretty tough times ourselves. The same God that protected King David,
protected us as well and still does unto this day!

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