Psalm 62

Psalm 62

For the Chief Musician. To Jeduthan. A Psalm by David.

My soul rests in God alone.
My salvation is from him.

He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress—
I will never be greatly shaken.

How long will you assault a man,
would all of you throw him down,
Like a leaning wall, like a tottering fence?

They fully intend to throw him down from his lofty place.
They delight in lies.
They bless with their mouth, but they curse inwardly.


My soul, wait in silence for God alone,
for my expectation is from him.

He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress.
I will not be shaken.

With God is my salvation and my honor.
The rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God.

Trust in him at all times, you people.
Pour out your heart before him.
God is a refuge for us.


Surely men of low degree are just a breath,
and men of high degree are a lie.

In the balances they will go up.
They are together lighter than a breath.

Don’t trust in oppression.
Don’t become vain in robbery.

If riches increase,
don’t set your heart on them.

God has spoken once;
twice I have heard this,
that power belongs to God.

Also to you, Lord, belongs loving kindness,
for you reward every man according to his work.


This scripture is from the World English Bible, a copyright free version adapted from the 1901 American Standard Version.

Artist / Eric Crow
Website /,
Year / 2019
Colophon / Pencil, Photoshop


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