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Chapter 39

  1. 1. (To the chief Musician,
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    even to Jeduthun,
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    A Psalm
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    of David.)
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    I said,
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    I will take heed
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    to my ways,
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    that I sin
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    not with my tongue:
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    I will keep
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    my mouth
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    with a bridle,
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    while the wicked
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    is before me.
  2. 2. I was dumb
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    with silence,
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    I held my peace,
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    even from good;
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    and my sorrow
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    was stirred.
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  3. 3. My heart
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    was hot
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    within
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    me, while I was musing
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    the fire
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    burned:
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    then
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    spake
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    I with my tongue,
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  4. 4. LORD,
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    make me to know
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    mine end,
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    and the measure
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    of my days,
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    what it is; that I may know
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    how frail
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    I am.
  5. 5. Behold, thou hast made
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    my days
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    as an handbreadth;
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    and mine age
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    is as nothing before thee: verily every
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    man
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    at his best state
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    is altogether
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    vanity.
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    Selah.
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  6. 6. Surely every man
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    walketh
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    in a vain shew:
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    surely they are disquieted
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    in vain:
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    he heapeth up
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    riches, and knoweth
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    not who shall gather
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    them.
  7. 7. And now, Lord,
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    what wait
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    I for? my hope
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    is in thee.
  8. 8. Deliver
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    me from all my transgressions:
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    make
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    me not the reproach
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    of the foolish.
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  9. 9. I was dumb,
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    I opened
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    not my mouth;
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    because thou didst
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    it.
  10. 10. Remove
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    thy stroke
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    away
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    from me: I am consumed
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    by the blow
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    of thine hand.
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  11. 11. When thou with rebukes
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    dost correct
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    man
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    for iniquity,
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    thou makest his beauty
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    to consume away
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    like a moth:
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    surely every man
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    is vanity.
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    Selah.
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  12. 12. Hear
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    my prayer,
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    O LORD,
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    and give ear
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    unto my cry;
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    hold not thy peace
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    at my tears:
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    for I am a stranger
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    with thee, and a sojourner,
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    as all my fathers
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    were.
  13. 13. O spare
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    me, that I may recover strength,
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    before I go hence,
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    and be no more.

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