We experience a lot of rejection in this world. During those days in 1970, I went away to seek the Lord in fasting and prayer, and the Lord led me to Psalm 27. 27:8 When Thou didst say, “Seek My face,” my heart said to Thee, “Thy face, O Lord, I shall seek.” We do not have to be alone in the midst of life’s problems and pressures. In a sense Psalm 27 continues and fulfills the "trust in the Lord without wavering" theme of Ps. It became my confidence, and He became my Rock. 28:2 on being in God's house (i.e., tabernacle or temple) may be why these Psalms are placed together. The first part of the psalm consists of Verses 1-6, and the second part consists of Verses 7-14. A. In verse 7 the theme of the psalm changes as David begins his prayer to God. B. All of us want to be accepted. This psalm … Let’s look at some lessons from Psalm 27 that have stayed with me through the years. 27:7 Hear, O Lord, when I cry with my voice, And be gracious to me and answer me. Psalm 27 is a familiar psalm that has two distinct parts. 26:1. I believe we can notice for elements in this prayer that show four needs of David which are needs we also have. It speaks of trouble from enemies, adversaries, false witnesses, and violent men, but this was true of many periods of King David’s life. Psalm 27 – The Seeking, Waiting Life Rewarded. 27:4; and Ps. First, David needs acceptance. David’s Prayer (27:7-12) A. Once people read the explanation of Psalm 27, they will surely understand it … We do not have to face them alone. This psalm is simply titled A Psalm of David. VERSE 1: DAVID’S FAITH The … There is a definite shift between Part 1 and Part 2. Needs acceptance. The theme from Psalm 26:8,12; Ps. As with many of David’s psalms, it is impossible to confidently state which period of his life it comes from. II. Divisions of Psalm 27.