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My flesh, bristled up from dread of thee, and, of thy regulations, stand I in fear.
2 Samuel 15:14
Then said David, to all his servants who were with him in Jerusalem - Arise and let us flee, or we shall have no way of escape from the face of Absolom, - make speed to depart, lest he make speed, and so overtake us, and bring down misfortune upon us, and smite the city with the edge of the sword.
For, the arrows of the Almighty, are in me, The heat whereof, my spirit is drinking up, The, terrors of GOD, array themselves against me.
For this cause, from his presence, am I driven in fear, I diligently consider and am kept back from him in dread:
My God! over myself, my soul is cast down, - For this cause, will I remember thee from the land of Jordan, And the Hermons, from the hill Mizar.
From the end of the earth, unto thee do I cry, When my heart fainteth away, Unto a rock that is higher than I, wilt thou lead me.
Afflicted have I been, and dying, from youth, I have borne the terror of thee - I shall be distracted!
What day I am afraid, I, unto thee will direct my confidence.