Psalm 48 (CSB)
A song. A psalm of the sons of Korah.
1 The LORD is great and highly praised in the city of our God. His holy mountain,
2 rising splendidly, is the joy of the whole earth. Mount Zion—the summit of Zaphon— is the city of the great King.
3 God is known as a stronghold in its citadels.
4 Look! The kings assembled; they advanced together.
5 They looked and froze with fear; they fled in terror.
6 Trembling seized them there, agony like that of a woman in labor,
7 as you wrecked the ships of Tarshish with the east wind.
8 Just as we heard, so we have seen in the city of the LORD of Armies, in the city of our God; God will establish it forever. Selah
9 God, within your temple, we contemplate your faithful love.
10 Like your name, God, so your praise reaches to the ends of the earth; your right hand is filled with justice.
11 Mount Zion is glad. Judah’s villages rejoice because of your judgments.
12 Go around Zion, encircle it; count its towers,
13 note its ramparts; tour its citadels so that you can tell a future generation:
14 “This God, our God forever and ever— he will always lead us.”
I have been surrounded by all iniquity temptation waits for me sin is drawing ever so closely.
The demons seek and wait for my moments of weakness which I am continuously frail surely I will be devoured.
Satan attempts one last time to destroy your son to crush me with the weight of my own sin surely I will be buried.
But you have appeared not just one time rescuer but the all-time destroyer of evil the everlasting protector the risen conquerer.
When I have fallen you have lifted my head when I am faithless you have been faithful when I am weak you are the Almighty God.
I will give you praise for all of my days because you alone are worthy of my praise.