Tuesday, February 19, 2019

CHPP Daily Brief "Praying for All in Authority" Tuesday, February 19, 2019


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The Daily Brief
"Praying for All in Authority"
Tuesday, February 19, 2019

[The following verse is to be prayed over President Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Vice President Mike Pence, and Ambassador Sam Brownback as they travel the nations for freedom.]

"His Righteousness goes before you, the Glory of The Lord is your rear guard."
(Isaiah 58:8)

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Focus on Israel

1. ALERT! Abbas to Refuse $2.2 Billion from Israel in Response to Anti-Terror Law - United with Israel

Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas announced that his regime will refuse all tax revenues Israel transfers to the PA if Israel deducts the amount the PA uses to reward terrorists.

The announcement arrived after the Israeli Cabinet announced Sunday that Israel will deduct $139,638,000 this year from tax funds that would otherwise be transferred to the PA.

According to Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), "This sum does not include the PA's financial rewards to families of dead terrorists, the so-called 'martyrs,' or to wounded terrorists. The deduction will be made in 12 monthly portions of approx. $11,636,500 million/month - almost 42 million shekels/month."

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2. Abbas to Refuse $2.2 Billion from Israel in Response to Anti-Terror Law - United with Israel

Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas announced that his regime will refuse all tax revenues Israel transfers to the PA if Israel deducts the amount the PA uses to reward terrorists.

The announcement arrived after the Israeli Cabinet announced Sunday that Israel will deduct $139,638,000 this year from tax funds that would otherwise be transferred to the PA. According to Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), "This sum does not include the PA's financial rewards to families of dead terrorists, the so-called 'martyrs,' or to wounded terrorists. The deduction will be made in 12 monthly portions of approx. $11,636,500 million/month - almost 42 million shekels/month."

(Read more)

3. Iranian foreign minister: 'Chances of war with Israel are great' - World Israel News

"The chances of war with Israel are great," Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Sunday at the Munich Peace and Security Conference on the Middle East.

"There are those looking for war - Israel," Javad said. "We're in Syria to fight terror, the violation of Lebanon's airspace and attacks in Syria are a violation of international law and no one criticizes Israel but rather us; the danger of war increases when no one refers to Israel."

Iran is feeling the diplomatic heat as a gathering of over 60 nations in Warsaw at a Mideast security conference last week put the finger squarely on Iran as the the greatest threat to Mideast peace. Zarif's remarks may have been an attempt to redirect attention back to the Arab states traditional target - Israel.

(Read more)

4. UK and Israel Sign Post-Brexit Free Trade Deal - Algemeiner

The United Kingdom and Israel finalized a post-Brexit free trade agreement on Monday.

British Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox flew to Israel for the signing of the deal, which was first announced last month.

After the signing, Fox spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by telephone.

Netanyahu "congratulated Secretary Fox on the signing of the trade agreement and said that Israel views it with great importance," a Prime Minister's Office statement said. "The prime minister added that Great Britain is an important friend of Israel and noted that the agreement reflects that. He said that it was good for both parties."

(Read more)

5. Livni announces end of political career - Israel National News

Hatnuah chairwoman, MK Tzipi Livni, announced Monday morning that the party would not run in the coming legislative elections, and that she is leaving politics.

After a twenty-year career in politics, the former Opposition Leader, who also served as Justice Minister and Foreign Minister, cited concerns that her party could weaken the left-wing bloc, taking thousands of votes while having little chance of passing the threshold.

Speaking at a press conference in Tel Aviv, Livni, who fought back tears during her address, referenced the recently dissolved alliance between Hatnuah and Labor, saying that while she had sought to bring about a united left-wing bloc, her efforts had failed this time around.

"There should have been a single bloc to bring a political revolution, but that didn't happen," Livni said.

(Read more)

6. Bridges for Peace: Israel Prayer Update

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7. Intercessors for Israel: Friday Prayer Points

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The Daily Brief

1. Trump accuses Rosenstein, McCabe of pursuing 'illegal and treasonous' plot against presidency - Fox News

President Trump on Monday accused Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe of pursuing an "illegal and treasonous" plot against him, after McCabe detailed private DOJ discussions about secretly recording and potentially ousting the president.

The alleged discussions have been a subject of fierce debate - and conflicting accounts - for months. But McCabe revived the issue during promotional interviews for his forthcoming book, telling CBS News' "60 Minutes" that Rosenstein was "absolutely serious" when he suggested recording Trump in the tumultuous days following James Comey's firing as FBI director. (Read more)

- Lord, we are grieved that our own government went so far as to talk about a coup to remove a President. We ask that wherever there are leftovers from these plans, You would root them out. We pray for a move of Holy Spirit repentance across all who have participated in these plots. We also ask that You heal the heart of the President after being hit with so many attacks.

- "Do not deliver me to the will of my adversaries, for false witnesses have risen against me." (Psalm 27:12b)

2. McCabe says Rosenstein was 'absolutely serious' about secretly recording Trump - Fox News

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said in an interview broadcast Sunday that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein "was not joking" when he suggested secretly recording President Donald Trump in the Oval Office following the May 2017 dismissal of FBI Director James Comey.

McCabe, speaking to CBS News' "60 Minutes," recounted a conversation soon after Comey's firing about the ongoing Russia investigation in which he said Rosenstein told him: "I never get searched when I go into the White House. I could easily wear a recording device. They wouldn't know it was there."

"Now, he was not joking," McCabe said of Rosenstein's comments. "He was absolutely serious. And in fact, he brought it up in the next meeting we had." (Read more)

- Lord, we see the lies and the deceptions planned by the DOJ and FBI against our President, and are appalled. We ask that You visit Andrew McCabe and Rod Rosenstein to change their hearts, and let this be soon, O Lord, we pray, amen!

- "I will deliver you from all your uncleanness." (Ezekiel 36:29a)

3. Several states to join California lawsuit against Trump's national emergency declaration - The Hill

Several states will reportedly be joining a lawsuit California is preparing to file against the Trump administration over its move to declare a national emergency to fund a border wall.

The states include New Mexico, Oregon, Minnesota, New Jersey, Hawaii and Connecticut, according to CBS News. A spokesperson for Colorado attorney general Phil Weiser told KDVR, a local news affiliate, that Colorado would also be joining the suit.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Gov. Gavin Newsom have already announced plans to sue President Trump over the emergency declaration. Becerra said Sunday that a lawsuit from the state was imminent.

"We are prepared," Becerra said on ABC's "This Week." "We knew something like this might happen . . . We are ready to go." (Read more)

- Father, we knew this would result in lawsuits, even though numerous Presidents before Trump have declared national emergencies. We pray that You will grant him victory in a mighty way.

- "But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ."
(1 Cor 15:57)

4. The verdict is in: Trump's tariffs are working 'bigly' - The Hill

America's consumers simply aren't seeing any major price increases from the tariffs, and core inflation has remained low at 2.2 percent. But industrial users of steel and aluminum haven't seen price jumps either. The net result of the tariffs is that the U.S. economy is better off. Consumers pay the same for many imported goods, U.S. producers enjoy more competitive margins, and the U.S. Treasury gains extra income from tariff revenues.

Strong medicine such as tariffs is simply a necessary recourse in hard times. And as America's manufacturing resurgence in 2018 demonstrates, it's working. Now, President Trump should follow through, by raising the tariffs to 25 percent, as originally planned - to curtail China's cheating and spur more manufacturing job growth. (Read more)

- Thank You, Lord, that the tariff issue has not caused major economic concerns. We praise You for Your mercy and ask that American workers will no longer be the victim the skewed prices of many foreign products. In Your Name, Lord, amen.

- " . . . give Your servants what is just and fair." (Colossians 4:1)

5. Japan's PM Nominates Trump for Nobel Peace Prize - BreakingIsraelNews

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has recommended President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of the president's role in easing tensions between North and South Korea. Trump told the media at the White House on Friday that Abe had given him "the most beautiful copy" of a five-page nomination letter while complaining that the previous president, Barack Obama, was awarded the Nobel Prize.

"They gave it to Obama. He didn't even know what he got it for. He was there for about 15 seconds and he got the Nobel Prize. He said, 'Oh, what did I get it for?' " Trump said on Friday. "With me, I probably will never get it."

He explained that the Japanese recommendation comes out of gratitude. (Read more)

- Father, we thank You that the Japanese Prime Minister encouraged our President with this nomination. We are aware that the process for a Nobel Price is fraught with politics, but You alone stand above such earthly rewards.

"Therefore comfort each other and edify one another." (1 Thess 5:11a)

6. Statement by the Press Secretary on the Visit of His Excellency Sebastian Kurz, Federal Chancellor of the Republic of Austria - White House

On February 20, 2019, President Donald J. Trump will welcome Chancellor Sebastian Kurz of the Republic of Austria, Europe's youngest head of government, to the White House. The President and the Chancellor look forward to revitalizing the bilateral relationship between the United States and Austria, and exploring new avenues for transatlantic cooperation.

Together, the United States and Austria will look to address both global conflicts and those in the European neighborhood, promote economic prosperity, and strengthen energy security. The two leaders will meet for a private conversation, followed by an expanded bilateral meeting. (Read more)

- Thank You, Lord for a new relationship with a leader who appears to be friendly toward America. We pray for it to be a solid friendship.

- "Commit your works to the Lord, and your thoughts will be established."
(Proverbs 16:3)

7. Supreme Court takes Bladensburg Peace Cross case - Constitution Center

The Supreme Court will hear arguments in a highly publicized case from Maryland about the possible demolition of a memorial cross monument on public property.

Without comment in orders on Friday, at least four Justices granted the hearing request for two cases that will be consolidated for arguments: Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission v. American Humanist Association and The American Legion v. American Humanist Association.

The dispute is about the Bladensburg Peace Cross. The American Legion and local families paid for the 40-foot-high monument in 1925 as a tribute to 49 veterans. The Maryland cases had been at the Court since late June. The Maryland-National Capital Park petition presented to one question the Supreme Court: "Whether the Establishment Clause requires the removal or destruction of a 93-year-old memorial to American servicemen who died in World War I solely because the memorial bears the shape of a cross." (Read more)

- Lord, the oral arguments for this case are set for February 27, 2019. We pray that Your heart, Your truth will come through all who speak to save the Bladensburg Cross. The Constitution says "freedom OF religion" not freedom "FROM" religion. We pray for a strong ruling that reveals the truth of our foundations.

- "Do not remove the ancient landmark which your fathers have set."
(Proverbs 22:28)

8. Five Americans arrested in Haiti on conspiracy charges - The Hill

Five Americans have been arrested in Haiti on suspicion of conspiracy as the Haitian government tamps down on corruption in the country.

The country's foreign minister Bocchit Edmond confirmed the arrests of five U.S. citizens, one Haitian and two other foreign nationals, CNN reports. The identities of the arrested persons were not immediately released.

The arrests come after the State Department issued a "do not travel" advisory for the country last week amid escalating anti-government protests and rampant crime. "Protests, tire burning and road blockages are frequent and unpredictable," the State Department advised Thursday.

"Violent crime, such as armed robbery, is common. Local police may lack the resources to respond effectively to serious criminal incidents, and emergency response, including ambulance service, is limited or non-existent." (Read more)

- Father we ask that you be with the Americans arrested, and reveal the truth. We bond the spirits of murder and violence, false religions and hate, and loose Your Holy Spirit against them.

- "Indeed, this is what the LORD says: "Even the captives of the mighty will be taken away, and the plunder of a tyrant will be retrieved; I will contend with those who contend with you, and I will save your children." (Isaiah 49:25)

9. Aurora mass shooting: Gunman opened fire after being told he was losing job - Chicago Tribune

An employee opened fire at an Aurora manufacturing plant Friday shortly after a meeting in which he was terminated from his job, authorities said.

Police said the suspected gunman, Gary Martin, 45, was in illegal possession of the gun used in the attack that killed five other employees and wounded five police officers. Martin was killed in a shootout with police. (Read more)

- Lord, we pray Your comfort for the families, and peace over the plant as it re-opens after this tragedy. Let Your Holy Spirit use this as an opportunity to move among the citizens in Aurora, Illinois.

- "He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted." (Isaiah 61:1d)

10. Mississippi enacts strongest pro-life law in the country - LifeSite News

Mississippi has become the first state in the U.S. to ban abortion at 15 weeks.

Today, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed a law restricting abortions earlier than any other state in America.

Bryant, a Republican, says that HB 1510 will help bring Mississippi closer to his goal of making the state "the safest place in America for an unborn child."

The law, which passed the State House of Representatives 80-31 on February 2 and the State Senate 35-14 on March 6, forbids abortions from being performed beyond fifteen weeks for any reason other than a "medical emergency," defined as a physical complication threatening the woman's life or "substantial and irreversible impairment of a major bodily function"; or "severe fetal abnormality," defined as a physical condition that renders the preborn baby "incompatible with life outside the womb." It does not make exceptions for rape or incest. (Read more)

- Lord, we thank You for this new law, and we pray that in all the states that are considering such laws, you will get them through the legislatures and that the Governors will sign them.

- "These six things the Lord hates, Yes, seven are an abomination to Him: a proud look, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a hear that devises wicked plans, feet that are swift in running to evil, a false witness who speaks lies, and one who sows discord among the brethren." (Proverbs 6:16)

The Daily Jot

Monday, February 18, 2019

A message from George Washington on Presidents Day

America's first President, George Washington, articulated a vision for the United States in his farewell address given in September 1796 that did not include political parties or class warfare--two ingredients that have culminated in a divided nation just as Washington prophesied 223 years ago. Washington said, "Citizens, by birth or choice, of a common country, that country has a right to concentrate your affections. The name of American, which belongs to you in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of patriotism more than any appellation derived from local discriminations. With slight shades of difference, you have the same religion, manners, habits, and political principles."

How far have "We the People" strayed from this statement? In the name of progress, we have become a nation without pride of patriotism. We have so many religions and versions of religions that we have barely any religion at all. We are actually celebrating perverse manners and habits. We are a divided nation where some cling to Constitutional principles and others undermine it with their justification that man progresses and so, too, should the Constitution. By Washington's standards, we have lost our bearing on what it is to be an American--that citizens assimilate the national properties of religion, manners, habits and political principles rather than becoming a melting pot of diverse beliefs and practices.

Washington believed that allowing political parties would be a divisive and dangerous act to liberty and limited government. He warned, "You cannot shield yourselves too much against the jealousies and heartburnings which spring from these misrepresentations; they tend to render alien to each other those who ought to be bound together by fraternal affection...they are likely, in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government, destroying afterwards the very engines which have lifted them to unjust dominion."

Washington held that an inoculation against the undermining of political parties was electing moral and religious leaders. He said, "Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism, who should labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness, these firmest props of the duties of men and citizens. The mere politician, equally with the pious man, ought to respect and to cherish them." As Exodus 18:21 says regarding good government: "provide out of all the people able men, such as fear God, men of truth, hating covetousness..." How can men who believe they are god, fear God? How far have we progressed to even be forced with that choice?

Have a blessed and powerful day,

The Daily Jot Staff

Update: Day of Mourning

Day of Mourning

Now that New York State has passed a law, legalizing the infanticide of newborn infants, God' saints are taking action.

A Day of Mourning has been called to protest this egregious act, and to repent and mourn before our Lord that this iniquity has now come upon our land.

On Saturday, Feb. 23rd, we are being asked to take four actions to stand in agreement with the Day of Mourning. These are:





Please note:

In addition to the main event, taking place in Albany, New York, many more cities will also host similar gatherings across the nation.

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Capitol Hill Prayer Partners wishes to encourage all of you to seek our Lord, to know how you may also participate in, or to support, this national Day of Mourning. Thank you.

More Daily Features

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- The Persecuted Church
- Classic Hymns
- Signs and Wonders
- The Good News Corner
- Worship with Us Today!

Prayers for the Persecuted Church

"Remember the prisoners, as though in prison with them, and those who are ill-treated, since you yourselves also are in the body." (Hebrews 13:3)

Please visit the website for International Christian Concern to lift up prayers for the persecuted around the world, every day. Their link is: www.persecution.org -- or go here to connect. Thank you for interceding for our brothers and sisters who are suffering in Asia, the Islamic World, and the Far East.

Classic Hymns


"His eyes were as a flame of fire, and on His head were many crowns." (Revelation 19:12)


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Or: go here to listen to this hymn sung by Queen Elizabeth (and others) at Westminster Abbey.

Crown Him with many crowns, The Lamb upon His throne. Hark! How the heav'nly anthem drowns All music but its own. Awake, my soul, and sing Of Him who died for thee, And hail Him as thy matchless king Through all eternity.

Crown Him the virgin's son, The God incarnate born, Whose arm those crimson trophies won Which now His brow adorn; Fruit of the mystic rose, As of that rose the stem; The root whence mercy ever flows, The Babe of Bethlehem.

Crown Him the Son of God, Before the worlds began, And ye who tread where He hath trod, Crown Him the Son of Man; Who every grief hath known That wrings the human breast, And takes and bears them for His own, That all in Him may rest.

Crown Him the Lord of life, Who triumphed o'er the grave, And rose victorious in the strife For those He came to save. His glories now we sing, Who died, and rose on high, Who died eternal life to bring, And lives that death may die.

Crown Him the Lord of peace, Whose power a scepter sways From pole to pole, that wars may cease, And all be prayer and praise. His reign shall know no end, And round His pierc├Ęd feet Fair flowers of paradise extend Their fragrance ever sweet.

Crown Him the Lord of love, Behold His hands and side, Those wounds, yet visible above, In beauty glorified. No angel in the sky Can fully bear that sight, But downward bends his burning eye At mysteries so bright.

Crown Him the Lord of Heav'n, Enthroned in worlds above, Crown Him the king to whom is giv'n The wondrous name of Love. Crown Him with many crowns, As thrones before Him fall; Crown Him, ye kings, with many crowns, For He is king of all.

Crown Him the Lord of lords, Who over all doth reign, Who once on earth, the incarnate Word, For ransomed sinners slain, Now lives in realms of light, Where saints with angels sing Their songs before Him day and night, Their God, Redeemer, king.

Crown Him the Lord of years, The Potentate of time, Creator of the rolling spheres, Ineffably sublime. All hail, Redeemer, hail! For Thou has died for me; Thy praise and glory shall not fail Throughout eternity.


Sing with the crowd at Westminster Abbey by going here.

About the Author:

Words:Matthew Bridges and Godfrey Thring, 1874

Melody: George J. Elvey, 1868

Signs and Wonders

The 'Supermoon' Syndrome Rises with February's Full Moon

Supermoon! What is It and How Often Does It Occur?

On Tuesday, Feb. 19, you'll no doubt hear the mainstream media proclaiming that on that night Earthlings will witness a "supermoon."

It's a term - or, more specifically, a branding - of relatively recent origin; it came not from astronomy, but astrology, and was coined by astrologer Richard Nolle in 1979. Nolle arbitrarily defined a supermoon as a new or full moon that occurs when the natural satellite is at or near (within 90 percent of) its closest approach to Earth in a given orbit (perigee).

Interestingly, nobody paid much attention to Nolle's definition until March 19, 2011, when the full moon arrived at an exceptionally close perigee, coming within 126 miles (203 kilometers) of its closest possible approach to Earth.

Suddenly, the term "supermoon" went viral. But why?

If you step outside and look at the moon on Tuesday night and expect to see something special, you'll likely be disappointed. At least last month's so-called supermoon was accompanied by a total lunar eclipse. Still, tons of images are posted to the internet in advance of a supermoon, depicting exceedingly large, full moons from images taken with telephoto lenses, implying that the moon is going to look amazingly large in the sky.

At its closest on Tuesday, the moon will be 221,681 miles (356,761 km) from Earth. But that's only 7.2 percent closer than the natural satellite's average distance from our planet. So, while Tuesday's moon will indeed be the "biggest" in apparent size, unless you catch the moon when it's either rising or setting - and appearing briefly larger than normal because of the famous "moon illusion" - Tuesday's full moon will look pretty much like any other full moon.

In fact, in an "official" sense, that Tuesday night moon will not be full at all! (Read more)

"I will show wonders in the heavens above and signs on the earth below, blood and fire and billows of smoke." (Acts 2:19)

The Good News Corner

New Bible translation technology by Wycliffe spreading Gospel faster than ever before

New technology has emerged that will enable quicker translation of the Bible and faster spread of the Gospel, accelerated by indigenous people doing the work of translation.

Wycliffe Bible Translators has recently adapted their translation software, "ParaText," for smartphones, dubbing it "ParaText Lite," and has described it as a game-changer in several ways.

ParaText Lite has allowed mobility in countries where technology like laptops and recording equipment, which is hard to access and maintain, has offered an almost universally-accessible central database for collaboration in translation work, and is enabling missionaries with data stored in long-outdated computer models to upload and update their work, all while sidestepping internet limitations.

Doug Hennum, Wycliffe's chief innovation and information officer, explained in a phone interview with The Christian Post that this new technology fundamentally changes the role of Westerners coming into foreign lands to do Bible translation. Instead, the natives are increasingly able to take part in the process.

"And that's the exciting thing that we're seeing is this shift over the last seven to 10 years where nationals, indigenous people are wanting to do the work themselves. They are beginning to say instead of just us helping you white Westerners do this we want to do it, help us learn how to do it," Hennum said.

ParaText Lite is a version of the ParaText technology that can run on a digital tablet or phone.

Hennum has traveled to parts of Africa and Papua New Guinea where some of this work is being done. On a recent trip to the western part of the Serengeti they were looking at a Masai warrior in full traditional dress, complete with a loinskin with a spear in one hand and a smartphone in the other hand.

"It blew me away that everywhere we've traveled - we were just in the middle of the Congo - same thing. They've all got a smartphone. They know how to use that technology. But if you put a computer in front of them they're almost lost," he told CP.

"So when we have introduced these tablet-based drafting tools, they pick it up so quickly. It's having a tremendous impact on them being able to do a lot of that up front work in translation."

He believes a move of the Holy Spirit is afoot as more previously unreached people groups are able to receive God's Word in their native tongue, translated by people who think and speak like them.

"It's like they are all reading from the same script," said Hennum, recounting his interactions with natives in remote areas on several continents who are sharing from their hearts.

"They're all saying the exact same thing. You just know that it's God moving throughout the world in the hearts of these people." (Christian Post)

(Read more)

Worship With Us Today!

"Come to Me" - Bethel music

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I am the Lord your God,
I go before you now
I stand beside you,
I'm all around you

Though you feel I'm far away,
I'm closer than your breath
I am with you, more than you know

I am the Lord your peace,
no evil will conquer you
Steady now your heart and mind,
come into My rest

Oh, let your faith arise,
lift up your weary head
I am with you wherever you go

Come to Me, I'm all you need.
Come to Me, I'm everything
Come to Me, I'm all you need.
Come to Me, I'm your everything

I am your anchor, in the wind and the waves
I am your steadfast, so don't be afraid

Though your heart and flesh may fail you,
I'm your faithful strength
I am with you wherever you go

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