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PLXX. A Psalm of David, to bring to Remembrance

1 O God, from my distress,
make haste to set me free:
O LORD, with speed do Thou afford
thy saving help to me.
2 Let them who seek my soul,
be made to blush with shame;
And with confusion turned back
who make my hurt their aim.

3 They shall be turned back,
with shame confounded be;
As just recompence to them
for their insulting me.
4 Let all who seek thy face
be glad and joy in Thee;
Who thy salvation love, say still,
"GOD magnified be."

5 But I'm distressed, O GOD:
make haste to me, I pray;
For Thou my help and saviour art,
O LORD, make no delay.

Text Information
First Line: O God, from my distress
Title: A Psalm of David, to bring to Remembrance
Publication Date: 1758
Scripture: Psalm 70
Language: English
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