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Evening Prayer of Trust in God.

For F29 the choir director; on stringed instruments. A Psalm of David.

1 Answer R57 me when I R58 call, O God of F30 my righteousness!

You have relieved R59 F31 me in my distress;

Be gracious R60 to me and hear R61 my prayer.

2 O sons of men, how long will my R62 honor F32 become a R63 reproach?

How long will you love what R64 is worthless and aim at deception? R65 Selah. F33

3 But know that the LORD has set R66 F34 apart the godly R67 man for Himself;

The LORD hears R68 when I call to Him.

4 Tremble, R69 F35 and R70 F36 do not sin;

Meditate R71 F37 in your heart upon your bed, and be still. Selah.

5 Offer the F38 sacrifices R72 of righteousness,

And trust R73 in the LORD.

6 Many are saying, "Who R74 will show us any good?"

Lift R75 up the light of Your countenance upon us, O LORD!

7 You have put gladness R76 in my heart,

More than when their grain and new wine abound.

8 In peace I will both F39 lie R77 down and sleep,

For You alone, O LORD, make me to dwell R78 in safety.


FOOTNOTES:
F29: Or Deliverance
F30: Or is
F31: I.e. Belonging to the choir director's anthology
F32: I.e. who maintains my right
F33: Lit made room for
F34: Or glory
F35: Selah may mean: Pause, Crescendo or Musical interlude
F36: Another reading is dealt wonderfully with
F37: I.e. with anger or fear
F38: Or but
F39: Lit Speak

CROSS REFERENCES:
R57: Psalms 3:4; 17:6
R58: Psalms 18:6
R59: Psalms 18:18,19
R60: Psalms 25:16
R61: Psalms 17:6; 39:12
R62: Psalms 3:3
R63: Psalms 69:7-10,19,20
R64: Psalms 12:2; 31:6
R65: Psalms 31:18
R66: Psalms 135:4
R67: Psalms 31:23; 50:5; 79:2
R68: Psalms 6:8,9; 17:6
R69: Psalms 99:1
R70: Psalms 119:11; Ephesians 4:26
R71: Psalms 77:6
R72: Deuteronomy 33:19; Psalms 51:19
R73: Psalms 37:3,5; 62:8
R74: Job 1:7:7; 9:25
R75: Numbers 6:26; Psalms 80:3,7,19
R76: Psalms 97:11,12; Isaiah 9:3; Acts 14:17
R77: Job 1:11:19; Psalms 3:5
R78: Leviticus 25:18; Deuteronomy 12:10; Psalms 16:9

 
 

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