From The Book of Psalms for Worship, © Crown and Covenant, used with permission
1Who with God Most High finds shelter; In th’Almighty’s shadow hides;
2To the Lord I’ll say, “My Refuge”; In my God, my trust abides.
3From the trapper’s snare, He’ll save you, from the deadly pestilence;
4Cover you with outspread pinions; Make His wings your confidence.
5God’s truth is your shield and buckler; You’ll no terror fear at night;
6Nor by day the arrow flying; Nor disease that stalks at night;
7Nor the deadly plague at noonday; At your side ten thousand fall;
8You will only see this judgment, which rewards the wicked all.
9Since you made the Lord your refuge, God Most High your dwelling place;
10Nothing evil will befall you; In your tent, no scourge you’ll face.
11He will angels charge to keep you; Guard you well in all your ways;
12In their hands they will uphold you, lest your foot a stone should graze.
13You will trample snakes and lions; Tread on all your deadly foes.
14“For his love to me I’ll save him; Keep him, for my name he knows.
15When he calls me, I will answer; Save and honor him will I;
16I will show him my salvation; With long life will satisfy.”