Psalm 13[a]

For the director of music. A psalm of David.

How long,(A) Lord? Will you forget me(B) forever?
    How long will you hide your face(C) from me?

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Footnotes

  1. Psalm 13:1 In Hebrew texts 13:1-6 is numbered 13:2-6.

He will not always accuse,
    nor will he harbor his anger forever;(A)

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Songs of Praise

12 In that day(A) you will say:

“I will praise(B) you, Lord.
    Although you were angry with me,
your anger has turned away(C)
    and you have comforted(D) me.

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16 I will not accuse(A) them forever,
    nor will I always be angry,(B)
for then they would faint away because of me—
    the very people(C) I have created.

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will you always be angry?(A)
    Will your wrath continue forever?’
This is how you talk,
    but you do all the evil you can.”

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12 Go, proclaim this message toward the north:(A)

“‘Return,(B) faithless(C) Israel,’ declares the Lord,
    ‘I will frown on you no longer,
for I am faithful,’(D) declares the Lord,
    ‘I will not be angry(E) forever.

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29 I will no longer hide my face(A) from them, for I will pour out my Spirit(B) on the people of Israel, declares the Sovereign Lord.(C)

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18 Who is a God(A) like you,
    who pardons sin(B) and forgives(C) the transgression
    of the remnant(D) of his inheritance?(E)
You do not stay angry(F) forever
    but delight to show mercy.(G)

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