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For the choir director; †according to Jeduthun. A Psalm of David.
1 aMy soul waits in silence for God only;
From Him bis my salvation.
2 He only is my arock and my salvation,
My bstronghold; I shall not be greatly shaken.
That you may murder him, all of you,
Like a aleaning wall, like a tottering fence?
They adelight in falsehood;
But inwardly they curse.
5 My soul, await in silence for God only,
For my hope is from Him.
6 He only is amy rock and my salvation,
My stronghold; I shall not be shaken.
7 On God my asalvation and my glory rest;
The rock of my strength, my brefuge is in God.
8 aTrust in Him at all times, O people;
bPour out your heart before Him;
God is a refuge for us.
In the dbalances they go up;
They are together lighter than breath.
10 aDo not trust in oppression
If riches increase, cdo not set your heart upon them.
2Twice I have heard this:
That bpower belongs to God;
12 And lovingkindness ais Yours, O Lord,
For You brecompense a man according to his work.
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