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My days have passed, my plans 1 are shattered, even 2 the desires 3 of my heart.
Deliver me from my distress; 1 rescue me from my suffering! 2
Yes, 1 my spirit was bitter, 2 and my insides felt sharp pain. 3
I will maintain my righteousness and never let it go; my conscience 1 will not reproach me for as long as I live. 2
I concluded, 1 “Surely in vain I have kept my motives 2 pure and maintained a pure lifestyle. 3
My flesh and my heart may grow weak, 1 but God always 2 protects my heart and gives me stability. 3
O Lord, my God, I will give you thanks with my whole heart! I will honor your name continually! 1
Examine me, and probe my thoughts! 1 Test me, and know my concerns! 2
Now I intend 1 to make a covenant with the Lord God of Israel, so that he may relent from his raging anger. 2
I said, “During the night I will remember the song I once sang; I will think very carefully.” I tried to make sense of what was happening. 1
O Lord, teach me how you want me to live! 1 Then I will obey your commands. 2 Make me wholeheartedly committed to you! 3
I will walk in 1 the way of integrity. When will you come to me? I will conduct my business with integrity in the midst of my palace. 2
My heart palpitates, 1 I shake in fear; 2 the twilight I desired has brought me terror.
Did Abraham 1 not say to me, ‘She is my sister’? And she herself said, 2 ‘He is my brother.’ I have done this with a clear conscience 3 and with innocent hands!”
“What have you done?” Laban demanded of Jacob. “You’ve deceived me 1 and carried away my daughters as if they were captives of war! 2
David said to Solomon: “My son, I really wanted 1 to build a temple to honor 2 the Lord my God.
As your words came to me I drank them in, 1 and they filled my heart with joy and happiness because I belong to you. 2
I was forty years old when Moses, the Lord’s servant, sent me from Kadesh Barnea to spy on the land and I brought back to him an honest report. 1
King David rose to his feet and said: “Listen to me, my brothers and my people. I wanted to build a temple where the ark of the Lord’s covenant could be placed as a footstool for our God. 1 I have made the preparations for building it.
I know, my God, that you examine thoughts 1 and are pleased with integrity. With pure motives 2 I contribute all this; and now I look with joy as your people who have gathered here contribute to you.