The Name of The LORD is a Shield
To the director; a psalm to David.1 Let [2heed 3you 1the lord] in the day of affliction! Let [6shield 7you 1the 2name 3of the 4God 5of Jacob]. 2 May he send to you help from the holy place, and from Zion may he assist you. 3 May [4be remembered 1every 2sacrifice 3of yours], and [2your whole burnt-offering 1let him fatten]! 4 May [2give 3to you 1the lord] according to your heart, and [2all 3your plans 1fulfill]. 5 We will exult over your deliverance; and in the name of the lord our God we will be magnified. May the lord fill all your requests. 6 Now I knew that the lord delivered his anointed one; he shall heed him from out of [2heaven 1his holy]. By dominations is the deliverance of his right hand. 7 These in chariots, and these in horses -- but we [2in 3the name 4of the lord 5our God 1shall call]. 8 They are bound hand and foot, and they fall; but we rose up and were re-erected. 9 O lord, preserve the king, and heed us in what ever day we should call upon you!
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