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A psalm by Asaph. Certainly God is good to Israel, 2 and to those whose motives are pure! 3
The first lot went to Asaph’s son Joseph and his relatives and sons – twelve in all, 1 the second to Gedaliah and his relatives and sons – twelve in all,
A psalm by Asaph. El, God, the Lord 2 speaks, and summons the earth to come from the east and west. 3
A well-written song 2 by Asaph. Why, O God, have you permanently rejected us? 3 Why does your anger burn 4 against the sheep of your pasture?
For the music director; to be accompanied by stringed instruments; a psalm of Asaph, a song. God has revealed himself in Judah; 2 in Israel his reputation 3 is great.
A well-written song 2 by Asaph. Pay attention, my people, to my instruction! Listen to the words I speak! 3
For the music director; according to the gittith style; 2 by Asaph. Shout for joy to God, our source of strength! Shout out to the God of Jacob!
A psalm of Asaph. God stands in 2 the assembly of El; 3 in the midst of the gods 4 he renders judgment. 5
A song, a psalm of Asaph. O God, do not be silent! Do not ignore us! 2 Do not be inactive, O God!
David 1 left Asaph and his colleagues there before the ark of the Lord’s covenant to serve before the ark regularly and fulfill each day’s requirements, 2
For the music director; according to the al-tashcheth style; 2 a psalm of Asaph; a song. We give thanks to you, O God! We give thanks! You reveal your presence; 3 people tell about your amazing deeds.
For the music director, Jeduthun; a psalm of Asaph. I will cry out to God 2 and call for help! I will cry out to God and he will pay attention 3 to me.
A psalm of Asaph. O God, foreigners 2 have invaded your chosen land; 3 they have polluted your holy temple and turned Jerusalem 4 into a heap of ruins.
For the music director; according to the shushan-eduth style; 2 a psalm of Asaph. O shepherd of Israel, pay attention, you who lead Joseph like a flock of sheep! You who sit enthroned above the winged angels, 3 reveal your splendor! 4
When the king of Israel read the letter, he tore his clothes and said, “Am I God? Can I kill or restore life? Why does he ask me to cure a man of his skin disease? 1 Certainly you must see that he is looking for an excuse to fight me!” 2
All the Levites who were musicians, including Asaph, Heman, Jeduthun, and their sons and relatives, wore linen. They played cymbals and stringed instruments as they stood east of the altar. They were accompanied by 120 priests who blew trumpets.
Therefore you must wait patiently 1 for me,” says the Lord, “for the day when I attack and take plunder. 2 I have decided 3 to gather nations together and assemble kingdoms, so I can pour out my fury on them – all my raging anger. For 4 the whole earth will be consumed by my fiery anger.