Sometimes we are forced to leave our place of residence for a period of time that can stir up lust. Holidays, hospital stays, convalescence… This is often when thefts and break-ins occur. The strength of this Psalm will be effective in protecting your dwelling place.

How to use this psalm?

- 30:1
Psalm. Song for the dedication of the house. From David.

- 30:2
I exalt you, O Lord, for you have lifted me up,
You did not want my enemies to rejoice over me.

- 30:3
Lord my God! I cried out to you, and you healed me.

- 30:4
Eternal! you made my soul go up from the grave,
You brought me back to life far from those who descend into the pit.

- 30:5
Sing to the Lord, you who love him,
Celebrate by your praises his holiness!

- 30:6
For his anger lasts for a moment, but his grace all his life;
In the evening come tears, and in the morning joy.

- 30:7
I said in my safety: I will never falter!

- 30:8
Eternal! by your grace you had strengthened my mountain ...
You hid your face, and I was troubled.

- 30:9
Eternal! I cried to you, I cried out to the Lord:

- 30:10
What do you get to shed my blood,
To get me down in the pit?
Does dust have praise for you?
Does she tell your loyalty?

- 30:11
Listen, O LORD, have mercy on me!
Lord, help me! -

- 30:12
And you changed my lamentation into joy,
You untied my bag, and you surrounded me with joy,

- 30:13
So that my heart may sing to you and not be dumb.
LORD, my God! I will always praise you.