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1 O Lord, bdo not rebuke me in Your anger,
Nor chasten me in Your hot displeasure.
O Lord, cheal me, for my bones are troubled.
3 My soul also is greatly dtroubled;
But You, O Lord—how long?
Oh, save me for Your mercies’ sake!
5 eFor in death there is no remembrance of You;
In the grave who will give You thanks?
2All night I make my bed swim;
I drench my couch with my tears.
7 fMy eye wastes away because of grief;
It grows old because of all my enemies.
8 gDepart from me, all you workers of iniquity;
For the Lord has hheard the voice of my weeping.
The Lord will receive my prayer.
Let them turn back and be ashamed suddenly.
1 O Lord my God, in You I put my trust; cSave me from all those who persecute me;
And deliver me,
2 dLest they tear me like a lion,
eRending me in pieces, while there is none to deliver.
3 O Lord my God, fif I have done this:
If there is giniquity in my hands,
Or hhave plundered my enemy without cause,
Yes, let him trample my life to the earth,
And lay my honor in the dust.
iLift Yourself up because of the rage of my enemies;
For their sakes, therefore, return on high.
And according to my integrity within me.
But establish the just;
10 4My defense is of God,
Who saves the nupright in heart.
And God is angry with the wicked every day.
He will osharpen His sword;
He bends His bow and makes it ready.
He makes His arrows into fiery shafts.
14 pBehold, the wicked brings forth iniquity;
Yes, he conceives trouble and brings forth falsehood.
qAnd has fallen into the ditch which he made.
16 rHis trouble shall return upon his own head,
And his violent dealing shall come down on 5his own crown.
And will sing praise to the name of the Lord Most High.
To the Chief Musician. 1On the Instrument of Gath. A Psalm of David.
How aexcellent is Your name in all the earth,
Who have bset Your glory above the heavens!
2 cOut of the mouth of babes and nursing infants
You have 2ordained strength,
Because of Your enemies,
That You may silence dthe enemy and the avenger.
3 When I econsider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers,
The moon and the stars, which You have ordained,
4 fWhat is man that You are mindful of him,
5 For You have made him a little lower than 4the angels,
And You have crowned him with glory and honor.
6 hYou have made him to have dominion over the works of Your hands;
iYou have put all things under his feet,
Even the beasts of the field,
And the fish of the sea
That pass through the paths of the seas.
9 jO Lord, our Lord,
How excellent is Your name in all the earth!
To the Chief Musician. To The Tune of 1“Death of the Son.” A Psalm of David.
I will tell of all Your marvelous works.
2 I will be glad and arejoice in You;
I will sing praise to Your name, bO Most High.
They shall fall and perish at Your presence.
You sat on the throne judging in righteousness.
5 You have rebuked the 2nations,
You have destroyed the wicked;
You have cblotted out their name forever and ever.
And you have destroyed cities;
Even their memory has dperished.
7 eBut the Lord shall endure forever;
He has prepared His throne for judgment.
8 fHe shall judge the world in righteousness,
And He shall administer judgment for the peoples in uprightness.
A refuge in times of trouble.
10 And those who hknow Your name will put their trust in You;
For You, Lord, have not forsaken those who seek You.
iDeclare His deeds among the people.
12 jWhen He avenges blood, He remembers them;
He does not forget the cry of the 4humble.
Consider my trouble from those who hate me,
You who lift me up from the gates of death,
In the gates of 5the daughter of Zion.
I will krejoice in Your salvation.
In the net which they hid, their own foot is caught.
16 The Lord is mknown by the judgment He executes;
The wicked is snared in the work of his own hands.
18 pFor the needy shall not always be forgotten;
qThe expectation of the poor shall not perish forever.
Do not let man prevail;
Let the 9nations be judged in Your sight.
That the 1nations may know themselves to be but men.
1 Why do You stand afar off, O Lord? Why do You hide in times of trouble?
2 The wicked in his pride 1persecutes the poor;
aLet them be caught in the plots which they have devised.
3 For the wicked bboasts of his heart’s desire;
5 His ways 4are always prospering;
Your judgments are far above, out of his sight;
As for all his enemies, he sneers at them.
6 eHe has said in his heart, “I shall not be moved;
fI shall never be in adversity.”
Under his tongue is trouble and iniquity.
In the secret places he murders the innocent;
His eyes are secretly fixed on the helpless.
He lies in wait to catch the poor;
He catches the poor when he draws him into his net.
10 So 5he crouches, he lies low,
That the helpless may fall by his 6strength.
“God has forgotten;
He hides His face;
He will never see.”
O God, ilift up Your hand!
Do not forget the jhumble.
He has said in his heart,
“You will not require an account.”
14 But You have kseen, for You observe trouble and grief,
To repay it by Your hand.
mYou are the helper of the fatherless.
Seek out his wickedness until You find none.
16 nThe Lord is King forever and ever;
The nations have perished out of His land.
You will prepare their heart;
You will cause Your ear to hear,
18 To 8do justice to the fatherless and the oppressed,
That the man of the earth may 9oppress no more.
Or Every night
So with MT, Tg., Vg.; LXX O Lord my God
Lit. kidneys, the most secret part of man
Lit. My shield is upon God
The crown of his own head
Heb. Al Gittith
give attention to or care for
Heb. Elohim, God; LXX, Syr., Tg., Jewish tradition angels
Heb. Muth Labben
Lit. secure height
Or The greedy man curses and spurns the Lord
Or All his thoughts are, “There is no God”
Lit. are strong
Or he is crushed, is bowed
Or mighty ones
Lit. leaves, entrusts
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