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JUDGE me,-0 God,
For thou art the God of—my | strength ;
O send out thy | light and—thy | truth:
Then will I go unto the altar-of God,
Why art thou cast down, | 0my soul ?
of my | counten-ance, | and—my | God.
I SAID I will take heed to-my ways,
I was dumb-with silence,
My heart was | hot-with | in me,
Lord, make me to know mine end, and the
measure of my days, / what—it | is; That I may I know-how | frail—I | am. Behold thou hast made my | days—as an |
handbreadth; And mine | age—is as nothing—be | fore thee;
Verily every man at his best state is | alto
gether | vanity. Surely every man | walk-eth | in a-vain | Surely they are dis quieted-in / vain : He heapeth up riches, and knoweth-not
who shall gather them,
And now, Lord, what | wait-1 | for?
I was dumb, I opened | not—my | mouth :
When | thou—with re , bukes
like a moth:
Hear my prayer, O Lord, and give ear | unto
my | cry; Hold not-thy | peace at-my tears; For I am a stranger with thee, and a sojourner,
as all my | fa—thers were. O spare me, that I may recover strength, before
I go | hence,-and | be—no | more.
HAVE mercy up / on me,-0 | God,
Wash me throughly from | mine-in | iquity,
Against thee, thee only, have-I sinned,
Behold, I was / shapen-in in | iquity;
parts : And in the hidden part thou shalt | make
me to I kno-w | wisdom.
Purge me with hyssop, and I–shall be clean;
may-re 1 joice.
Hide thy | face from—my | sins,
thee. Deliver me from bloodguiltiness, O God, thou God
of my-salvation ; And my tongue shall sing a | loud of—thy |
righteous | ness.
wilt not-des pise.
offering; Then shall they offer | bullocks—up | onthine |