May These Words of My Mouth Be Pleasing in Your Sight

Psalm 19:14

May These Words of My Mouth Be Pleasing in Your Sight

May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, Lord, my Rock (Psalm 18:2) and my Redeemer (Isaiah 47:4).
(Psalm 19:14)

A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of. (Luke 6:45)

Oh, Lord, may I bury your words in my heart. 

The person who delights is in the law of the Lord, and who meditates on his law day and night, is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither. Whatever he does, prospers. (Psalm 1:2-3)

Oh, Lord, may I delight in your words, your laws, your decrees, your statutes. When I lay down and when I awake may your law be in my heart. Not simply in order that you would bless me, though you will, but that my joy in you may be complete. 

Let It Be, Lord. Let It Be!

Psalm 19:12-13

Let It Be, Lord. Let It Be!

Who can discern their own errors?
Who can forgive their own hidden faults?
Oh, Lord, keep your servant from willful sins.
Oh, Lord, may my sins not rule over me.
Only after you discern my errors, expose my hidden faults, restrain me from my willful disobedience, and save me from sinning over-and-over, will I be blameless in your sight.
Oh, Lord, may I be innocent of great transgressions.
Let it be, Lord.
Let it be!
(Psalm 19:12-13)

Keep Skip’s Code of Conduct and Yer Treasure ‘ill Be Great Mate

Psalm 19:9-11

Keep Skip's Code of Conduct and Yer Treasure 'ill Be Great Mate

The fear of the Lord is pure.
The fear of the Lord endures forever.
The decrees of the Lord are firm and sure.
The decrees of the Lord are righteous.
The decrees of the Lord are gold like much pure gold.
The decrees of the Lord are are sweeter than honey, like honey from the honeycomb.
The decrees of the Lord warn your servant.
Keeping the decrees of the Lord bring great reward. (Psalm 19:9-11)

Looking fer a 100% guarantee? Look ter Skip’s words. His words be pure, sure, firm, and endure. His words be more valuable than all the gold buried on Treasure Island. His words be sweet in the mouth and go down slick like honey. Skip’s words warn us from danger. Keep Skip’s Code of Conduct and yer treasure ‘ill be great mate, ya may lay ter that.