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1 aDeliver me from my enemies, O my God;
2 Deliver me from athose who do iniquity
And save me from bmen of bloodshed.
bNot for my transgression nor for my sin, O Lord,
5 You, aO Lord God of hosts, the God of Israel,
cDo not be gracious to any who are treacherous in iniquity.
And go around the city.
7 Behold, they abelch forth with their mouth;
bSwords are in their lips,
For, they say, “cWho hears?”
8 But You, O Lord, alaugh at them;
You bscoff at all the nations.
For God is my bstronghold.
11 Do not slay them, aor my people will forget;
O Lord, cour shield.
Let them even be bcaught in their pride,
To the ends of the earth.
14 They areturn at evening, they howl like a dog,
And go around the city.
And 2growl if they are not satisfied.
16 But as for me, I shall asing of Your strength;
For You have been my dstronghold
And a erefuge in the day of my distress.
17 aO my strength, I will sing praises to You;
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