The LORD Remembers His People
A praise of an ode to David.1 Come, we should make exultation to the lord; we should shout to God our deliverer. 2 We should go before his presence with acknowledgment; and by psalms we should sound aloud to him. 3 For [3God 2is a great 1the lord], and [2king 1a great] above all the earth. 4 For in his hand are the ends of the earth; and the heights of the mountains are his. 5 For his is the sea, and he himself made it; and [3the 4dry land 1his hands 2shaped]. 6 Come, we should do obeisance and fall before him; and weep before the lord, the one making us. 7 For he is our God, and we are the people of his pasture, and the sheep of his hand. Today, if [2his voice 1you should hear], 8 you should not harden your hearts as in the embittering, according to the day of the test in the wilderness, 9 of which [2tested 3me 1your fathers]; they tried me, and they beheld my works. 10 Forty years I loathed that generation, and said, They continually wander in the heart, and they do not know my ways. 11 So I swore by an oath in my anger, Shall they enter into my rest, no.
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