Wednesday, September 12, 2012


Our all sufficient eternal God.
In whom our faith hath revealed
Sustenance for all our needs.
I call upon Thee now
Desirous of Thy intervention.
El Shaddai ~ God Almighty

“He who changeth not”
Whose word endureth forevermore.
I claim Thy promises for me, Thy servant.
For I have need of Thy healing power.
Cast me not away in my hour of need.
El Shaddai ~ Almighty God

All seeing eye of heaven and earth
Look upon this mortal body.
Cast Thy discerning eye o’er it.
Knit together the broken parts
Sealing it with Your great physician’s eye.
El Shaddai ~ God Almighty

You who heareth all my prayers.
Who formed this body in my Mother’s womb.
Cast me not aside in my affliction
For I have great need of Thee.
My body grows weary from the incessant pain.
El Shaddai ~ Almighty God

You who art the great comforter,
Let me hide beneath the shadow of Thy wings.
I am fearful of a dreadful outcome.
Grant me Thy peace that I might sleep secure
In the knowledge that Thou are with me.

My Redeemer and my Guide
God of Heaven watch over me.

El Shaddai: “God Almighty” - The Septuagint   - or in early translations “God who is sufficient”
Yaweh - A Mosaic {However, the Greek of the Septuagint translation of Psalm 91:1 “Shaddai” is translated “God of Heaven”
Yaweh ~ A Tetragrammaton meaning “A God who is sufficient in Himself, that is, a self determined eternal being.

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