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Psalms Chapter 108 | Parsha:

1A song. A psalm of David.

2My heart is firm, O God;
I will sing and chant a hymn with all my soul.

3Awake, O harp and lyre!
I will wake the dawn.

4I will praise You among the peoples, O Lord,
sing a hymn to You among the nations;

5for Your faithfulness is higher than the heavens;
Your steadfastness reaches to the sky.

6Exalt Yourself over the heavens, O God;
let Your glory be over all the earth!

7That those whom You love may be rescued,
deliver with Your right hand and answer me.

8God promised in His sanctuary
that I would exultingly divide up Shechem,
and measure the Valley of Sukkoth;

9Gilead and Manasseh would be mine,
Ephraim my chief stronghold,
Judah my scepter;

10Moab would be my washbasin;
on Edom I would cast my shoe;
I would raise a shout over Philistia.

11Would that I were brought to the bastion!
Would that I were led to Edom!

12But You have rejected us, O God;
God, You do not march with our armies.

13Grant us Your aid against the foe,
for the help of man is worthless.

14With God we shall triumph;
He will trample our foes.

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