To the Chief Musician. For the Sons of Korah, on Alamoth. A Song.1 God—for us, is a refuge and strength, A help in distresses, soon found. 2 For this cause, will we not fear, Though the earth showeth change, Or the mountains slip into the heart of the seas: 3 The waters thereof roar and foam, The mountains tremble with the swelling thereof [Selah.] 4 A river! whose channels, shall gladden the city of God, The Most High, hath hallowed his habitation. 5 God, is in the midst of her, she shall not be shaken, God will help her, by the turnings of the morning. 6 Nations have roared, Kingdoms have tottered, He hath uttered his voice, Earth melteth. 7 Yahweh of hosts, is with us, A high tower for us, is the God of Jacob. [Selah.] 8 Come! view the doings of Yahweh,—Who hath set desolations in the earth; 9 Causing wars to cease unto the end of the earth,—The bow, he shivereth, And breaketh in pieces the spear, war-chariots, burneth he up with fire. 10 Let be! and know that, I, am God, I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth. 11 Yahweh of hosts, is with us, A high tower for us, is the God of Jacob. [Selah.]
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