Psalm 102:1–12

aHear my prayer, O Lord,

And let my bcry ccome unto thee.

dHide not thy face from me

In the day when eI am in trouble; fincline thine ear unto me:

gIn the day when I call hanswer me speedily.

iFor my days are consumed ||like smoke,

And kmy bones are burned as an hearth.

My heart is smitten, and lwithered like grass;

llSo that I forget to eat my bread.

By reason of the voice of my groaning mmy bones cleave to my ||skin.

I am like a npelican of the wilderness:

I am like an oowl of the desert.

I pwatch, and am as a sparrow alone upon the house top.

Mine enemies reproach me all the day;

And they that are qmad against me are sworn ragainst me.

For I have eaten ashes like bread,

And smingled my drink with weeping,

10  Because of thine indignation and thy wrath:

For thou hast tlifted me up, and ucast me down.

11  My days are xlike a shadow ythat declineth;

And I am lwithered like grass.

12  But zthou, O Lord, shalt endure for ever;

And athy remembrance bunto all generations.

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