1 O Lord, the aGod of my salvation,
I have bcried out by day and in the night before You.
2 Let my prayer acome before You;
bIncline Your ear to my cry!
4 I am reckoned among those who ago down to the pit;
I have become like a man bwithout strength,
Like the slain who lie in the grave,
Whom You remember no more,
And they are bcut off from Your hand.
6 You have put me in athe lowest pit,
7 Your wrath ahas rested upon me,
And You have afflicted me with ball Your waves.
8 You have removed amy acquaintances far from me;
I am cshut up and cannot go out.
9 My aeye has wasted away because of affliction;
I have bcalled upon You every day, O Lord;
Your faithfulness in 1Abaddon?
12 Will Your wonders be made known in the adarkness?
And Your 1righteousness in the land of forgetfulness?
13 But I, O Lord, have cried out ato You for help,
And bin the morning my prayer comes before You.
14 O Lord, why ado You reject my soul?
Why do You bhide Your face from me?
15 I was afflicted and aabout to die from my youth on;
16 Your aburning anger has passed over me;
They have cencompassed me altogether.
18 You have removed alover and friend far from me;
My acquaintances are in darkness.
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