Make us glad according to the days You have afflicted us, And the years we have seen evil. Psalm 90:15 The Lord himself will, in one way or another, sweeten every bitter cup, and wipe away all tears from our eyes. John Newton, Anglican clergyman, hymnwriter, 1725-1807

Let Your work appear to Your servants And Your majesty to their children. Psalm 90:16
Young families are discovering for themselves the healing power of God to change their lives; they experience much of the loving grace, kindness, and restoration of God. And this allows their children go on to even greater and richer experiences than their parents. Ray Stedman, 1917- 92, evangelical Christian pastor Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, author

Let the favor of the Lord our God be upon us; And confirm for us the work of our hands. Psalm 90:17a Good men are anxious not to work in vain. Charles H. Spurgeon, 1834-92

He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High Will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. Psalm 91:1 The only safe and impregnable fortress to which we can betake ourselves is the protection of God; we are apt to delude ourselves with all other confidences. John Calvin, 1509-64, French reformer, theologian

For it is He who delivers you from the snare of the trapper And from the deadly pestilence. Psalm 91:3 Where we would have rushed on madly to our destruction, we are suddenly stopped, and we hear a voice behind us saying, “This is the way; walk ye in it;” and, giving heed to that warning voice, we shall turn back from the broad road of our own choosing to the narrow way of God’s choice. Charles H. Spurgeon, 1834-92, British Reformed Baptist