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Psalme 144 Reimer 2001 (REIMER)

Dee 144 Psalm

En Psalm fonn Doft.

Jesäajent es dee Herr Gott mien groota Steen, dee miene Henj ennleat to kjrieje, miene Finjasch fa Kjrijch;

mien Erboarme un miene Fastinj; mien huaga Torm un mien Rada; mien Schilt, un ekj näm Schuts enn Am; dee mien Folkj deemootje deit unja mie.

O Herr Gott, waut es dee Mensch daut Du am aunerkjane sust, daut Du am waut weet achte deist?

Dee Mensch es soo aus Nuscht; siene Tiede sent soo aus en Schauta daut febie jeit.

Beaj diene Himmels dol, O Herr Gott, un komm rauf; schea dee Boaj aun un dee reakjre.

Strol dän Blitz rut en festrei dän; schekj die Fiele rut en festimmel dän.

Schekj diene Haunt fonn Bowe; rad mie, rad mie fonn dee groote Wotasch, fonn dee Framda äare Haunt,

dän äare Miela Nustslooset jerät habe; un äare rajchte Haunt es ne rajchte Haunt fonn Läajes.

Ekj woa en niehet Leet to die sinje, O Gott, ekj woa Preis sinje to die opp ne Hoap fonn tean Seide.

10 Daut best Du dee Radunk jeft to Kjeenije, dee sien Deena Doft rade deit fonn daut beeset Schweat.

11 Rad mie, O rad mie fonn dee Framde äare Henj, dän äare Miela Nutslooset jerät ha; un äare rajchte Haunt es ne rajchte Haunt fonn Läajes;

12 soo daut onnse Säns wausse kjenne soo aus Plaunte dee oppwausse enn äare Jugent; un onnse Dajchte soo aus Akjsteene dee jeschnäde sent soo aus fa en Paulaust Jebied;

13 un onnse Schats Jebiede foll muchte senne foll Goodet; onnse Schop muchte dusende Junje habe, un tean dusende enne Gausse;

14 onnse Osse muchte jelode senne, doa es kjeen bräakje un rut gone, un kjeen Hiele enne Gausse.

15 Jesäajent es en Folkj daut soo es; jesäajent es daut Folkj wua dee Herr Gott äa Gott es!

Reimer 2001 (REIMER)

Copyright © 2001 by Elmer Reimer

Psalm 144 New International Version (NIV)

Psalm 144

Of David.

Praise be to the Lord my Rock,
    who trains my hands for war,
    my fingers for battle.
He is my loving God and my fortress,
    my stronghold and my deliverer,
my shield, in whom I take refuge,
    who subdues peoples[a] under me.

Lord, what are human beings that you care for them,
    mere mortals that you think of them?
They are like a breath;
    their days are like a fleeting shadow.

Part your heavens, Lord, and come down;
    touch the mountains, so that they smoke.
Send forth lightning and scatter the enemy;
    shoot your arrows and rout them.
Reach down your hand from on high;
    deliver me and rescue me
from the mighty waters,
    from the hands of foreigners
whose mouths are full of lies,
    whose right hands are deceitful.

I will sing a new song to you, my God;
    on the ten-stringed lyre I will make music to you,
10 to the One who gives victory to kings,
    who delivers his servant David.

From the deadly sword 11 deliver me;
    rescue me from the hands of foreigners
whose mouths are full of lies,
    whose right hands are deceitful.

12 Then our sons in their youth
    will be like well-nurtured plants,
and our daughters will be like pillars
    carved to adorn a palace.
13 Our barns will be filled
    with every kind of provision.
Our sheep will increase by thousands,
    by tens of thousands in our fields;
14     our oxen will draw heavy loads.[b]
There will be no breaching of walls,
    no going into captivity,
    no cry of distress in our streets.
15 Blessed is the people of whom this is true;
    blessed is the people whose God is the Lord.


  1. Psalm 144:2 Many manuscripts of the Masoretic Text, Dead Sea Scrolls, Aquila, Jerome and Syriac; most manuscripts of the Masoretic Text subdues my people
  2. Psalm 144:14 Or our chieftains will be firmly established
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