Lent - Day 32: Seek

What is something after which you seek?
Write it down. 
Fold the paper small enough that it can fit in the palm of your hand. 
While holding the paper reread the passage below. 

Psalm 27
[1]   The LORD is my light and my salvation;   
         whom shall I fear?   
    The LORD is the stronghold of my life;   
         of whom shall I be afraid?

[2]   When evildoers assail me   
         to devour my flesh --   
    my adversaries and foes --   
         they shall stumble and fall.

[3]   Though an army encamp against me,   
         my heart shall not fear;   
    though war rise up against me,   
         yet I will be confident.

[4]   One thing I asked of the LORD,   
         that will I seek after:   
    to live in the house of the LORD   
         all the days of my life,   
    to behold the beauty of the LORD,   
         and to inquire in his temple.

[5]   For he will hide me in his shelter   
         in the day of trouble;   
    he will conceal me under the cover of his tent;   
         he will set me high on a rock.

[6]   Now my head is lifted up   
         above my enemies all around me,   
    and I will offer in his tent   
         sacrifices with shouts of joy;   
    I will sing and make melody to the LORD.

[7]   Hear, O LORD, when I cry aloud,   
         be gracious to me and answer me!   
[8]   "Come," my heart says, "seek his face!"   
         Your face, LORD, do I seek.   
[9]        Do not hide your face from me.

    Do not turn your servant away in anger,   
         you who have been my help.   
    Do not cast me off, do not forsake me,   
         O God of my salvation!   
[10]   If my father and mother forsake me,   
         the LORD will take me up.

[11]  Teach me your way, O LORD,   
         and lead me on a level path   
         because of my enemies.   
[12]  Do not give me up to the will of my adversaries,   
         for false witnesses have risen against me,   
         and they are breathing out violence.

[13]  I believe that I shall see the goodness of the LORD   
         in the land of the living.   
[14]   Wait for the LORD;   
         be strong, and let your heart take courage;   
         wait for the LORD!

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