For the director of music. A psalm of David. May the Lord answer you in ·times [L the day] of ·trouble [distress]. May the name of the God of Jacob ·protect [defend; provide refuge for] you [Num. 6:24].
A prayer of the people unto God, that it would please him to hear their king and receive his sacrifice, which he offered before he went to battle against the Ammonites.To him that excelleth. A Psalm of David. The Lord hear thee in the day of trouble: the Name of the God of Jacob defend thee:
A David PsalmGod answer you on the day you crash, The name God-of-Jacob put you out of harm’s reach, Send reinforcements from Holy Hill, Dispatch from Zion fresh supplies, Exclaim over your offerings, Celebrate your sacrifices, Give you what your heart desires, Accomplish your plans.
For the worship leader. A song of David. May the Eternal’s answer find you, come to rescue you, when you desperately cling to the end of your rope. May the name of the True God of Jacob be your shelter.
To victory, the psalm of David. The Lord hear thee in the day of tribulation; the name of God of Jacob defend thee. (To victory, the song of David. May the Lord answer thee in the day of trouble; may the name of the God of Jacob defend thee.)
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