Who bindeth up the waters in his thick clouds, and the cloud is not rent beneath them;
Who shutteth-in the face of the throne, he spreadeth over it his cloud;
A, boundary, hath he encircled on the face of the waters, as far as where light ends in darkness;
And he saith unto them, Why, are ye, fearful, little of faith? Then, aroused, he rebuked the winds and the sea,and it became a great calm.
But, the men, marveled, saying, Whence is this one,that, both the winds and the sea, unto him, give ear?
Now, if the grass of the fieldwhich to-day, is, and, to-morrow, into an oven, is castGod thus adorneth, not much rather, you, little of faith?
Do not then be anxious saying, What shall we eat? or What shall we drink? or Wherewithal shall we be arrayed?
He spread out a cloud as a covering, And fire, to give light by night,
They asked, and he brought in the quail,And, with the bread of the heavens, he satisfied them;
He opened the rock, and there gushed forth waters, They flowed along, through parched places, as a river;
During the scourge of the tongue, shalt thou be hid, neither shalt thou be afraid of destruction when it cometh;
Thou, rulest over the swelling of the sea, When the rolling waves thereof lift themselves, Thou, dost bid them be still:
Saying of YahwehMy refuge and my fortress, My God, in whom I will trust.
Young, have I been, moreover am old,Yet have I not seen, A righteous man forsaken, Nor his seed begging bread:
Godfor us, is a refuge and strength, A help in distresses, soon found.
For this cause, will we not fear, Though the earth showeth change, Or the mountains slip into the heart of the seas:
The waters thereof roar and foam, The mountains tremble with the swelling thereof Selah.
And a pavilion, shall there be For a shade by day, from the heat,and For a refuge and for a shelter, from storm and from rain.
The jar of meal, did not waste,and, the cruse of oil, did not fail,according to the word of Yahweh, which he spake through Elijah.
35 Who shall separate us from the love of the Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?
36 According as it is writtenFor thy sake, are we being put to death all the day long, we have been reckoned as sheep for slaughter.
37 Nay, in all these things, we are more than conquering through him that hath loved us.
38 For I am persuaded thatneither death nor life, nor messengers nor principalities, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers,
39 Nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
When thou passest through the waters, with thee, I am, Or, through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee,When thou walkest through fire, thou shall not be scorched, And, a flame, shall not kindle upon thee;
Thus be Yahweh a refuge for the crushed one, a refuge for times of destitution:
Thus let them who know thy Name, put confidence in thee, that thou hast not forsaken the searchers for thee, O Yahweh.
With the sounds of many waters, Majestic are the breakers of the sea, Majestic on high, is Yahweh.
Yahweh knoweth the days of the blameless, that, their inheritance, unto times age-abiding, shall continue.
They shall not be ashamed in the time of calamity, and, in the days of famine, shall they be filled.
Trust ye in him all ye assembly of the people, Pour out, before him, your heart, God, is a refuge for us. Selah.
Good is Yahweh, as a protection in the day of distress,and one who acknowledgeth them who seek refuge in him.
On every side, pressed hard, but not hemmed in, without a way, but not without a by-way,
Pursued, but not abandoned, thrown down, but not destroyed;
For thou didst become A refuge to the weak. A refuge to the needy, when distress was upon him,A shelter from the storm. A shade from the heat, When the blast of tyrants was like a storm against a wall.
For I will pour, Water upon the thirsty soil, and Floods upon the dry ground,I will pour My spirit upon thy seed, and My blessing upon thine offspring;
He calmeth the storm to a whisper, and silent are their rolling waves:
And, the woman, fled into the desert, where she hath a place prepared of God, that, there, they should nourish her a thousand, two hundred, and sixty days.
Lo! I have given you the authorityto be treading upon serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and, nothing, unto you, shall in anywise do harm;