Psalm 45

This is a collaborative poem by my sister Amy and me. She started writing it in 2020, but just recently resurfaced the poem and we worked on completing it together. Thanks, Amy!


Of Korah’s sons a contemplation
A love song, for the chief musician

My heart a goodly word doth bring
And overfloweth to the King

Oh, blest Thou art, and fair of face
Anointed art Thy lips with grace 

Ride on in strength to things untold
To awesome things prepared of old

 Affix Thy sword upon Thy thigh
And let Thy sharpened arrows fly

The nations fall beneath Thy hand
Forevermore Thy throne wilt stand

Thou lovest justice, hatest wrong
So Thou art the Anointed One

The oil of joy is poured upon
The head of Him made glad with song

Among the dear ones of the King
Art princesses, besides the queen

 Consider, daughter, see and hear
Forget thy father’s house so dear

And come unto the King, for He
Hath longed thy loveliness to see

Draw near, thou bride of great renown
Before thy Groom and Lord bow down

The princess is esteemed within
Her dress is bright, gold woven in

The virgins, her companions, sing
And follow her unto the King

She entereth the palace gate
With songs and jubilation great

Yea, in Thy fathers’ stead shall be
Thy sons, as princes under Thee

Thy Name shalt be preserved, therefore
The peoples praise Thee evermore

Faith Williams
I am a nineteen-year-old girl who loves to write, especially fiction. I write many stories and poems. I usually have a moral or lesson behind my writings, for I hope these stories and poems, which Yehovah (God) helped me to write, will glorify Him as I share them on this blog. Welcome to my blog and I hope you enjoy your stay!

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