Psalm 27: I wait for You

You are my light and my help,
whom shall I fear?
You are the stronghold of my life,
of whom shall I be afraid?

When evildoers come to eat my flesh, my adversaries, my foes,
they shall stumble and fall.
Though a host should encamp against me, my heart shall not tremble.
Though war rise up against me, in this shall I trust.
One thing have I asked You, one thing I request.

That I might dwell in Your house all the days of my life,
see Your beauty, go to the Temple.
That I might be concealed in Your sukkah on the day of evil. 
Be hidden in Your tent, be lifted high upon a rock.

Lift my head above my enemies,
and in the tent will I offer sacrifices of teruah.
I will sing, I will sing praises to You.
Hear my voice when I call.
Be gracious, and answer me.

For I now seek Your face.
Don't hide from me, nor turn your servant away in anger.
For You've been my help.
Don't cast me off. Don't forsake me.

Though my mother and father have left me, You gather me up.
Teach me Your ways and lead me in a even path,
for there are those who lie in wait for me.
Do not deliver me to my adversaries.
For false witnesses rise up against me who breath out violence.

I wait for You.
I stand strong, my heart holding courage,
as I wait for You.