Acknowledge The LORD
A psalm to of David; of Haggai and Zachariah.1 I will confess to you, O lord, with [2whole 3heart 1my]; and before angels I will strum to you, for you heard all the sayings of my mouth. 2 I shall do obeisance towards [2temple 1your holy], and I shall make acknowledgment to your name concerning your mercy and your truth; for you magnified [3above 4all 2name 1your holy]. 3 In what ever day I should call upon you, quickly heed me! You shall take great care of me in my soul by your power. 4 Let them make acknowledgment to you, O lord, even all the kings of the earth! for they heard all the sayings of your mouth. 5 And let them sing in the ways of the lord, for great is the glory of the lord! 6 For high is the lord, and [2the 3humble 1he watches over], and the high things [2from 3afar off 1he knows]. 7 If I should go in the midst of affliction, he shall enliven me. [3against 4the anger 5of my enemies 1You stretched out 2your hands], and [2delivered 3me 1your right hand]. 8 The lord shall recompense for me. O lord, your mercy is into the eon. The works of your hands you should not ignore.
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