A Psalm of David, for a memorial.
1 O Lord, arebuke me not in Your wrath,
And chasten me not in Your burning anger.
2 For Your aarrows have sunk deep into me,
And bYour hand has pressed down on me.
There is no health cin my bones because of my sin.
4 For my ainiquities are gone over my head;
As a heavy burden they weigh too much for me.
5 My 1wounds grow foul and fester
Because of amy folly.
6 I am bent over and agreatly bowed down;
I bgo mourning all day long.
7 For my loins are filled with aburning,
And there is bno soundness in my flesh.
And my bsighing is not hidden from You.
10 My heart throbs, amy strength fails me;
And my kinsmen bstand afar off.
And they ddevise treachery all day long.
And I am like a amute man who does not open his mouth.
And in whose mouth are no arguments.
You bwill answer, O Lord my God.
Who, when my foot slips, awould magnify themselves against me.”
17 For I am aready to fall,
I am full of banxiety because of my sin.
And many are those who bhate me wrongfully.
20 And those who arepay evil for good,
They boppose me, because I follow what is good.
O my God, ado not be far from me!
22 Make ahaste to help me,
O Lord, bmy salvation!
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