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I opened my mouth,--and | panted :
For I | longed-for | thy-com | mandments.
Look thou upon me, and be merciful | un—to |

me, As thou usest to do unto | those—that I love

thy | name.

Order my | steps in—thy | word:
And let not any iniquity have do | min-ion |

ov-er | me.
Deliver me from the op | pression-of man;
So I will—I | keep-thy | precepts.

Make thy face to shine up | on—thy | servant ;
And | tea-ch | me—thy | statutes.
Rivers of water run | down-mine | eyes,
Because they | keep i not~thy | law.

TZADDI.

Righteous art | thou,—0 | Lord,
And | up-right | are—thy | judgments.
Thy testimonies that thou hast—com | manded
Are | righteousand | ve-ry | faithful.

My zeal hath con | sum-ed | me:
Because mine enemies have--for 1 gotten-

thy words.
Thy word is very pure :
There | fore—thy | ser-vant | loveth it.

I am | small and—de spised :
Yet do not | 1—for | get-thy | precepts.
Thy righteousness is an ever | last-ing |

righteousness,
And thy | la-w | is—the truth.
Trouble and anguish have taken | hold-on | me:
Yet thy com, mandments—are | my-de |

lights. The righteousness of thy testimonies is | ev

er | lasting : Give me understanding,--and | I-shall | live.

KOPH.

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I cried with my whole heart; | hear me,-01

Lord : I wi-11 | keep—thy | statutes. I cried | -to | thee; Save me, and I-shall | keep—thy | testimonies. I prevented the dawning of the morning,

and cried : I hop-ed | in-thy | word. Mine

eyes prevent the / ni-ght / watches, That I might | medi—tate | in-thy | word.

Hear my voice according unto thy I lov—ing |

kindness : O Lord, quicken me ac | cord–ing | tothy |

judgment. They draw nigh that follow af-termischief : They are / far-from th-y | law.

Thou art | near,—0 | Lord;
And all thy—commandments—are truth.
Concerning thy testimonies, I have known-

of old That thou hast | found-ed | them—for ever.

RESH.

Consider mine affliction, I and—de | liver me:
For I do not-for | get-thy | law.
Plead my | cause,—and de | liver 'me:
Quicken me ac | cord—ing i to—thy | word.

Salvation is | far—from the wicked :
For they | seek | not—thy | statutes.
Great are thy tender mercies,-0 Lord :
Quicken me
ac | cord

ing 1 to — thy judgments.

Many are my persecutors | and--mine | enemies ; Yet do I not del cli—ne | from—thy |

testimonies. I beheld the transgressors, | and—was grieved ; Because they | ke-pt not-thy | word.

Consider how I love-thy | precepts :
Quicken me, O Lord, according | to--thy I lov-

ing kindness. Thy word is true from the-beginning: And every one of thy righteous | judgments

en dureth-forever.

SCHIN.

Princes have persecuted me with out-a | cause : But my heart | standeth—in | awe of—thy |

word. I rejoice at—thy | word, As I one—that | findeth-great | spoil.

I hate and ab | ho-r | lying :
But thy-law do I love.
Seven times a day-do I | praise thee
Because of—thy | right-eous | judgments.

Great peace have they which | love—thy | law;
And no—thing | shall-offend them.
Lord, I have hoped for | thy-sal | vation,
And do—ne i thy-com | mandments.

My soul hath | kept—thy | testimonies;
And I lo-ve them-exceedingly.
I have kept thy precepts and—thy testimonies:
For all my | wa-ys are—be | fore thee.

TAU.

Let my cry come near before thee,-0 | Lord : Give me understanding according to

thy | word. Let my supplication | come-before thee: Deliver me accord-ing | to—thy | word.

My lips shall | ut—ter | praise,
When thou-hast | taught me—thy | statutes.
My tongue shall | speak of—thy | word:
For all thy

com | mandments are 1 righteousness.

Let | thine-hand | help me :
For 1–have chosen—thy | precepts.
I have longed for thy sal | vation,-0 | Lord :
And thy | law-is | my-de | light.

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Let my soul live, and it-shall | praise thee :
And let—thy | judg-ments | help me.
I have gone astray like a lost sheep : | seek-

thy | servant; For I do not-for | get-thy commandments.

49.

LORD, my heart | is—not | haughty,
No | r-mine | ey-es | lofty :
Neither do I exercise myself | in

great 1
matters,
Or in | things—too | hi-gh | for me.
Surely I have-behaved
And I quiet—ed | m-y / self,
As a child that is weaned of_his mother :
My soul is even | as —a | wean-ed child.
Let Israel hope-in the Lord,
From hence-forth and—for ever.

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