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A Psalm of David.
1 To You, O Lord, I alift up my soul.
2 O my God, in You aI trust,
Do not let me bbe ashamed;
Do not let my cenemies exult over me.
3 Indeed, anone of those who wait for You will be ashamed;
4 aMake me know Your ways, O Lord;
Teach me Your paths.
5 Lead me in aYour truth and teach me,
For You are the bGod of my salvation;
For You I cwait all the day.
6 aRemember, O Lord, Your compassion and Your lovingkindnesses,
7 Do not remember the asins of my youth or my transgressions;
bAccording to Your lovingkindness remember me,
For Your cgoodness’ sake, O Lord.
Therefore He cinstructs sinners in the way.
10 All the paths of the Lord are alovingkindness and truth
To bthose who keep His covenant and His testimonies.
11 For aYour name’s sake, O Lord,
bPardon my iniquity, for it is great.
12 Who is the man who afears the Lord?
He will binstruct him in the way he should choose.
15 My aeyes are continually toward the Lord,
16 aTurn to me and be gracious to me,
For I am blonely and afflicted.
Bring me bout of my distresses.
And bforgive all my sins.
19 Look upon my enemies, for they aare many,
And they bhate me with violent hatred.
20 aGuard my soul and deliver me;
Do not let me bbe ashamed, for I take refuge in You.
21 Let aintegrity and uprightness preserve me,
For bI wait for You.
22 aRedeem Israel, O God,
Out of all his troubles.
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