The LORD is good to those who hope in him, to the person who seeks him.
It’s good to wait in silence for the LORD’s deliverance.
It’s good for a man to carry a yoke in his youth.
He should sit alone and be silent when God lays it on him.
He should put his mouth in the dirt—perhaps there is hope.
He should offer his cheek for a blow; he should be filled with shame.
My Lord definitely won’t reject forever.
Although he has caused grief, he will show compassion in measure with his covenant loyalty.
He definitely doesn’t enjoy affliction, making humans suffer.