Jehovah in Psalm 27


“A Psalm of David, “is common to so many of the Psalms; but if one may judge from the matter of the song,

The writer was pursued by enemies, Psalms 27:2-3

Was shut out from the house of the Lord, Psalms 27:4

Was just parting from father and mother, Psalms 27:10

And was subject to slander, Psalms 27:12

David first sounds forth his sure confidence in his God. How free he is from fear in any danger; and he shows also the cause of his confidence.
Psa. 27:1-3
Verse 1   Light, to direct—Salvation, to deliver—Strength, to uphold
Verse 2   Protector
Verse 3   Confidence

David  expresses his love to God’s house and his religion, Psa. 27: 4-6
Verse 4—Object of desire—House of shelter—Beauty, to admire—Teacher, to instruct
Verse 5—Protector, to hide—Treasurer, to keep—Uplifter, to save
Verse 6—Lord, to worship

David prays for succor and support. Psa. 27:7-13
Verse 7—Hearer of prayer
Verse 8—Director of saints
Verse 9—God of salvation
Verse 10—Gatherer of forsaken
Verse 11—Leader, to guide
Verse 12—Deliverer
Verse 13—Goodness, to bless

David exhorts others to dependence on the Lord. Psa. 27:14
Verse 14—Encourager, to strengthen

David concludes with an acknowledgment of the sustaining power of faith in his own case, and an exhortation to others to follow his example. (What a witness)

The bond that God establishes with us in Christ is far stronger than the bond that holds parent and child together.
Consider Jesus Christ for Salvation
Consider Jesus Christ for healing
Consider Jesus Christ deliverance
Consider Jesus Christ for your protector
Consider Jesus Christ to be your light
Consider Jesus Christ for worship
Consider Jesus Christ for strength
“Consider Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God and God the Son”

John 3:36 (KJV) He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him. (copied and Added)