Beloved Mormon poet, Sister Eliza R. Snow, bears her testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ using the poetic language of a psalm.

       Thou that didst create the heavens and the earth, the seas and the fountains of water, thou art my God.
       Thou art the same--thou changest not, therefore I will not fear; for thy word will endure, and thy promises will surely be verified.
       In thee have I put my trust; and I know in whom I have confided, and I shall not be confounded.
       Though difficulties rise before me higher than the Himalaya mountains, I will go forward; for thou, Lord, wilt open the way before me, and make straight paths for my feet.
       When the billows of Change encompass me--when its surges dash furiously, and the foam thereof is nigh unto overwhelming, thy power will sustain me; I will smile at the rage of the tempest, and ride fearlessly and triumphantly across the boisterous ocean of circumstance.
       Thy Spirit is better than the juice of the grape, thy approbation is preferable to the smiles of earthly friends, thy favor is richer than the finest gold, and thy wisdom transendeth all human understanding.
       Thy power is supreme, thy plans are founded in wisdom, thou wilt perform thy purposes and none can prevent.
       The principles of thy kingdom are principles of truth, and truth is everlasting as thyself, therefore thy kingdom will stand, and those that abide its laws will come up before thee to dwell in thy presence.
       I will adhere to thy statutes, I will abide the New and Everlasting Covenant, not counting my life dear unto me.
       When the clouds of uncertainty gather upon the horizon, darker than the shades of midnight, when distrust is raising its standard over the broad field of expectation, thy word will dissipate every obstruction, and the "testimony of Jesus" will light up a lamp that will guide my vision through the portals if immortality, and communicate to my understanding the glories of the Celestial kingdom.