Psalm 121 is a song of confidence in God's care. Sometimes called the Travelers' Psalm, the poetry stacks up metaphors of presence worthy of a pilgrim's trust.

Be My Keeper (Psalm 121)

A prayer for end of life.

My help and hope who never slumbers
You who made the earth and heavens
I lift my eyes up to the mountains
You're my help and hope to come
Cheer me on My race is run

Refrain:
Be my keeper as I'm moving
for I am close to someplace deeper
As you've held this world forever,
Be my keeper Be my keeper


O Source of Life, my soul is longing
Catch me now for I am falling
Oh, be my shade in sunshine burning
Be my comfort in the night
I've been out, I'm coming in

O Heart of Love, you have sustained me
from before my birth and always
You've been with me for all my journeys
Help and hope, O Source of Life,
Heart of Love, this is my time

 

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God is Holding Your Life (Psalm 121)

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Verse 1
Lift up your eyes, behold the hills 
     From where will help and rescue come? 
We call on One who made the earth 
     Who blessed the stars, the moon and sun

 

Refrain 
God is holding your life 
God is holding your life 
God is holding your life 
We believe

 

Verse 2
Turn down your gaze upon the earth 
     Where is the One who never sleeps 
We call on One who guards you now 
     Your spirit safe in holy keep

 

Verse 3
Venturing out or coming home 
     ‘Neath heat of day or cool of night 
We call on One who hears your voice 
     And comes to heal and keep your life

 

 

 

 

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Going Out and Coming In

Psalm 121

Going out and coming in

     the Holy One keeps us

Going out and coming in

     the Holy One sings

 

 

Words and music by Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

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