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Psalms 142

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Chapter 143

1

 A Psalm. Of David.
Let my prayer come to you, O Lord; give ear to my requests for your grace; keep faith with me, and give me an answer in your righteousness; 

2

 Let not your servant come before you to be judged; for no man living is upright in your eyes. 

3

 The evil man has gone after my soul; my life is crushed down to the earth: he has put me in the dark, like those who have long been dead. 

4

 Because of this my spirit is overcome; and my heart is full of fear. 

5

 I keep in mind the early days of the past, giving thought to all your acts, even to the work of your hands. 

6

 My hands are stretched out to you: my soul is turned to you, like a land in need of water. (Selah.) 

7

 Be quick in answering me, O Lord, for the strength of my spirit is gone: let me see your face, so that I may not be like those who go down into the underworld. 

8

 Let the story of your mercy come to me in the morning, for my hope is in you: give me knowledge of the way in which I am to go; for my soul is lifted up to you. 

9

 O Lord, take me out of the hands of my haters; my soul is waiting for you. 

10

 Give me teaching so that I may do your pleasure; for you are my God: let your good Spirit be my guide into the land of righteousness. 

11

 Give me life, O Lord, because of your name; in your righteousness take my soul out of trouble. 

12

 And in your mercy put an end to my haters, and send destruction on all those who are against my soul; for I am your servant. 

Psalms 144

 

 

 

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