To the Chief Musician. David’s. To call to Remembrance.1 [Be pleased] O God, to rescue me, O Yahweh, to help me—make haste. 2 Let them turn pale and then at once blush, Who are seeking my life,—Let them draw back, and be confounded, Who are taking pleasure in my misfortune; 3 Let them turn back, on account of their own shame, Who are saying, Aha! Aha! 4 Let all them be glad and rejoice in thee, Yea, let them, who are seekers of thee,—say continually, God be magnified! Who are lovers of thy salvation. 5 But, I, being humbled and needy, O God, haste to me,—My help and my deliverer, art thou, O Yahweh do not tarry.
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