*sa 94:12;23; LORD, great blessings belong to those you discipline, to those you teach from your law.
You help them stay calm when trouble comes. You will help them until the wicked are put in their graves.
The LORD will not leave his people. He will not leave them without help.
Justice will return and bring fairness. And those who want to do right will be there to see it.
No one helped me fight against the wicked. No one stood with me against those who do evil.
And if the LORD had not helped me, I would have been silenced by death.
I know I was ready to fall, but, LORD, your faithful love supported me.
I was very worried and upset, but you comforted me and made me happy!
You don’t help crooked judges. They use the law to make life hard for the people.
They attack those who do right. They say innocent people are guilty and put them to death.
But the LORD is my place of safety, high on the mountain. God, my Rock, is my safe place!
From; the study’s of e-sword.
Rom 8:1-6; So now anyone who is in Christ Jesus is not judged guilty. That is because in Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit that brings life made you free. It made you free from the law that brings sin and death. The law was without power because it was made weak by our sinful selves. But God did what the law could not do: He sent his own Son to earth with the same human life that everyone else uses for sin. God sent him to be an offering to pay for sin. So God used a human life to destroy sin. He did this so that we could be right just as the law said we must be. Now we don’t live following our sinful selves. We live following the Spirit. People who live following their sinful selves think only about what they want. But those who live following the Spirit are thinking about what the Spirit wants them to do. If your thinking is controlled by your sinful self, there is spiritual death. But if your thinking is controlled by the Spirit, there is life and peace.
Lam 3:25-31 The LORD is good to everyone who trusts in him,
So it is best for us to wait in patience—to wait for him to save us- —
And it is best to learn this patience in our youth.
When we suffer, we should sit alone in silent patience;
We should bow in submission, for there may still be hope.
Though beaten and insulted, we should accept it all.
The Lord is merciful and will not reject us forever. ( GNB }