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Psalm 108 Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV)

Psalm 108

My Heart Is Steadfast
(Psalm 108:1-5 parallels Psalm 57:7-11)
(Psalm 108:6-13 parallels Psalm 60:5-12)

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A song. A psalm by David.

David’s Confident Praise

My heart is steadfast, O God.
I will sing and I will make music.
Indeed, I will sing with all my being.[a]
Awake, harp and lyre!
I will awaken the dawn.
I will give you thanks among the peoples, Lord,
and I will make music to you among the nations,[b]
because your great mercy reaches above the heavens,
and your faithfulness to the skies.

David’s Prayer

Be exalted above the heavens, O God.
Let your glory be over all the earth.
So that the ones you love may be rescued,
bring salvation by your right hand and answer me.

David’s Confidence in God’s Help

God has spoken in his holiness.[c]
I will triumph. I will distribute Shechem,
and I will measure off the Valley of Succoth.
Gilead is mine. Manasseh is mine.
Ephraim is my helmet. Judah is my scepter.
Moab is my washbasin. On Edom I toss my sandal.
I shout aloud over Philistia.[d]
10 Who will bring me into the fortified city?
Who will lead me to Edom?
11 Is it not you, O God, who have rejected us?
Is it not you, O God, who no longer go out with our armies?
12 Give us help against the foe,
for human help is worthless.
13 In God we will do mighty deeds.
He is the one who will trample our foes.

Footnotes:

  1. Psalm 108:1 Literally glory
  2. Psalm 108:3 The main Hebrew text divides the word for nations into two words to create the derogatory term non-peoples. This gives the connotation heathen nations.
  3. Psalm 108:7 Or holy place
  4. Psalm 108:9 It is possible that the speaker of these verses is God rather than David. See Psalm 60.
Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV)

The Holy Bible, Evangelical Heritage Version®, EHV®, © 2019 Wartburg Project, Inc. All rights reserved.

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