For the choir director; †according to Jeduthun. A Psalm of Asaph.
1 My voice rises to God, and I will acry aloud;
My voice rises to God, and He will hear me.
2 In the aday of my trouble I sought the Lord;
My soul drefused to be comforted.
3 When I remember God, then I am adisturbed;
I am so troubled that I acannot speak.
5 I have considered the adays of old,
The years of long ago.
6 I will remember my asong in the night;
I bwill meditate with my heart,
And my spirit 1ponders:
7 Will the Lord areject forever?
And will He bnever be favorable again?
8 Has His alovingkindness ceased forever?
9 Has God aforgotten to be gracious,
That the bright hand of the Most High has changed.”
Surely I will aremember Your wonders of old.
12 I will ameditate on all Your work
And muse on Your deeds.
13 Your way, O God, is aholy;
bWhat god is great like our God?
14 You are the aGod who works wonders;
You have bmade known Your strength among the peoples.
The sons of Jacob and bJoseph.
16 The awaters saw You, O God;
The waters saw You, they were in anguish;
The deeps also trembled.
17 The aclouds poured out water;
The skies bgave forth a sound;
18 The asound of Your thunder was in the whirlwind;
The blightnings lit up the world;
The cearth trembled and shook.
19 Your away was in the sea
And Your paths in the mighty waters,
And Your footprints may not be known.
20 You aled Your people like a flock
By the hand of bMoses and Aaron.
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