The wonderful promises given in the ninety-first Psalm are filled with hope for people of all times, and particularly today are they of inestimable value to those whose loved ones are drawn into military service, or who themselves are facing the dangers of war with, in some cases, apparently little hope of material aid or protection. That these promises have definite protective value there is no doubt, for they have stood the test of centuries.
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