Tehillim (Psa) 56:1-14

Tehillim (Psa) 56:1-14 CJB

For the leader. Set to “The Silent Dove in the Distance.” By David; a mikhtam, when the P’lishtim captured him in Gat: Show me favor, God; for people are trampling me down — all day they fight and press on me. Those who are lying in wait for me would trample on me all day. For those fighting against me are many. Most High, when I am afraid, I put my trust in you. In God — I praise his word — in God I trust; I have no fear; what can human power do to me? All day long they twist my words; their only thought is to harm me. They gather together and hide themselves, spying on my movements, hoping to kill me. Because of their crime, they cannot escape; in anger, God, strike down the peoples. You have kept count of my wanderings; store my tears in your water-skin — aren’t they already recorded in your book? Then my enemies will turn back on the day when I call; this I know: that God is for me. In God — I praise his word — in Adonai — I praise his word — in God I trust; I have no fear; what can mere humans do to me? God, I have made vows to you; I will fulfill them with thank offerings to you. For you rescued me from death, you kept my feet from stumbling, so that I can walk in God’s presence, in the light of life.
CJB: Complete Jewish Bible
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