To the Chief Musician. Upon a Stringed Instrument. David’s.1 Hear, O God, my loud cry, Attend unto my prayer: 2 From the end of the earth, unto thee do I cry, When my heart fainteth away, Unto a rock that is higher than I, wilt thou lead me. 3 For thou hast been, A Refuge to me, A Tower of Strength, from the face of the foe. 4 I would be a guest in thy tent to the ages, I would seek refuge in the concealment of thy wings. [Selah.] 5 For, thou, O God, hast hearkened to my vows, Thou hast granted a possession, unto them who revere thy Name. 6 Days—unto the days of the king, wilt thou add. His years, as of generation after generation: 7 Let him retain his seat age-abidingly before God, Appoint that, lovingkindness and faithfulness, my watch over him! 8 So, will I sing thy Name unto futurity, Paying my vows, day by day.
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