Intimidade com Deus
And it shall come to passThat before they call, I, will answer, And while yet they are speaking, I, will hear.
Yahweh, thy God, in the midst of thee, as a mighty one, will save,will be glad over thee with rejoicing, will be silent in his love, will exult over thee with shouts of triumph.
BOOK THE SECOND As, the hart, cometh panting up to the channels of water, So my soul, panteth for thee, O God.
My soul thirsteth for God, for a GOD who liveth,When shall I enter in, and see the face of God?
Call unto me that I may answer thee,and tell thee things great and inaccessible, which thou hast not known.
Draw near unto God, and he will draw near unto you. Cleanse hands, sinners! Chasten hearts, double souls!
1 Ho! every one that thirsteth! Come ye to the waters, Yea he that hath no money,Come yebuy corn, and eat, Yea comebuy corn without money, And without price, wine and milk,
2 Wherefore should ye spend, Money, for that which is not bread? Or your labour, for that which, satisfieth not? Keep on hearkening unto me, And, so eat that which is good, And let your soul take exquisite delight in fatness:
3 Incline your ear, and come unto me, Hearken, That your soul, may live,That I may solemnise for you a covenant age-abiding, The Lovingkindness to David, well-assured.
4 Lo! As a witness to the peoples, have I given him,As a leader and commander to the peoples:
5 Lo! A nation thou shalt not know, shalt thou call, And, a nation which hath not known thee, unto thee, shall run,For the sake of Yahweh thy God, And for the Holy One of Israel, because he hath adorned thee.
6 Seek Yahweh while he may be found,Call ye upon him while he is near:
1 O God, my GOD, thou art, Earnestly do I desire thee,My soul thirsteth for thee, My flesh fainteth for thee, In a landdry, and weary for want of water,
2 In like manner as, in the sanctuary, I have had vision of thee, To behold thy power and thy glory.
3 Because better is thy lovingkindness than life, My lips, aloud shall praise thee!
4 Thus, will I bless thee while I live, In thy Name, will I lift up mine outspread hands:
5 As with fatness and richness, shall my soul be satisfied, And, with joyfully shouting lips, shall my mouth utter praise.
6 Should I call thee to mind upon my conch, In the watches of the night, would I breathe soft speech of thee.
7 For thou hast become a help unto me,And, in the shadow of thy wings, will I shout for joy.
8 My soul hath run clinging to thee, On me, hath thy right hand laid hold.
9 When, they, to crush it, would seek my life, They shall go into the lower parts of the earth:
10 Every one shall be given up into the power of the sword, The portion of jackals, shall they become.
11 But, the king, shall rejoice in God,Every one shall glory who sweareth by him, For the mouth of them who speak falsehood, shall be stopped.
And, I, the glory which thou hast given to me, have given to them, that they may be one, even as, we, are, one.
I, in them and, thou, in me; That they may have been perfected into, one,That the world may get to know, that, thou, didst send me forth, and didst love them even as thou didst love, me.
For, I, know the plans which I am planning for you Declareth Yahweh,Plans of welfare and not of calamity, To give you a future and a hope.
If we are confessing our sins, faithful, is he and, righteousthat he should forgive us our sins, and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.