Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.
Yahweh, was my mountain crag and my stronghold, and my deliverer: My GOD, was my rock, I sought refuge in him, My shield, and my horn of salvation, my high tower.
Thou, art a hiding-place for me, From distress, wilt thou preserve me, - With shouts of deliverance, wilt thou compass me about. Selah.
But, the deliverance of the righteous, is from Yahweh, their refuge in a time of distress.
God - for us, is a refuge and strength, A help in distresses, soon found.
God, in her palaces, is to be known as a high tower.
Trust ye in him all ye assembly of the people, Pour out, before him, your heart, God, is a refuge for us. Selah.
He that dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High, Under the shadow of the Almighty, will tarry,
Look to the right hand and see, that there is none that, for me, hath regard, - Escape is lost to me, There is no one to care for my life.
Above, is the God of aforetime, And, beneath, are the Arms of the ages, - So he driveth before thee the foe, And doth say - Destroy!
A tower of strength, is the Name of Yahweh, thereinto, runneth the righteous, and is safe.
Then will Yahweh, create - Over all the home of Mount Zion and Over her assembly, A cloud by day and a smoke, And the shining of a fire-flame, by night, - For over all the glory, shall be a canopy;
So shall he become a hallowed asylum, - But a stone to strike against, and a rock to stumble over unto both houses of Israel A trap and a snare to the dweller in Jerusalem;
So shall each one become As a hiding-place from the wind And a covert from the storm, - As channels of water ill a dry place, As the shadow of a massive cliff in a weary land.
Good is Yahweh, as a protection in the day of distress, - and one who acknowledgeth them who seek refuge in him.
Jerusalem! Jerusalem! she that slayeth the prophets, and stoneth them that are sent unto her! How often, have I desired to gather together thy children, like as a hen, her own brood, under her wings, - and ye did not desire!
In order that, through means of two unchangeable things, in which it was impossible for God to make himself false, a mighty consolation, we might have, who have fled along to grasp, the fore-lying hope,