A Prayer of David.
Let Your eyes look with bequity.
3 You have atried my heart;
You have visited me by night;
I have dpurposed that my mouth will not transgress.
4 As for the deeds of men, aby the word of Your lips
I have kept from the bpaths of the violent.
My bfeet have not slipped.
6 I have acalled upon You, for You will answer me, O God;
bIncline Your ear to me, hear my speech.
7 aWondrously show Your lovingkindness,
From those who rise up against them.
Hide me bin the shadow of Your wings
9 From the awicked who despoil me,
My bdeadly enemies who surround me.
With their mouth they bspeak proudly.
11 They have now asurrounded us in our steps;
They set their eyes bto cast us down to the ground.
12 He is alike a lion that is eager to tear,
And as a young lion blurking in hiding places.
14 From men with aYour hand, O Lord,
And whose belly You cfill with Your treasure;
They are satisfied with children,
And leave their abundance to their babes.
15 As for me, I shall abehold Your face in righteousness;
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