He will call out to me, ‘You are my father, 1 my God, and the protector who delivers me.’ 2
He will call out to me, ‘You are my Father, my God, the Rock my Saviour.’
"He will cry to Me, ‘You are my Father, My God, and the rock of my salvation.’
And he will say to me, ‘You are my Father, my God, and the Rock of my salvation.’
he'll call out, 'Oh, my Father--my God, my Rock of Salvation!'
He will say to me, You are my father, my God, and the Rock of my salvation.
He shall cry to me, ‘You are my Father, my God, and the Rock of my salvation!’
He shall cry to Me, ‘You are my Father, My God, and the rock of my salvation.’
He shall cry
unto me, Thou [art] my father
and the rock
of my salvation
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out to me, ‘You
are my father
, my God
, and the protector
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1 sn You are my father. The Davidic king was viewed as God’s “son” (see 2 Sam 7:14; Ps 2:7). The idiom reflects ancient Near Eastern adoption language associated with covenants of grant, by which a lord would reward a faithful subject by elevating him to special status, referred to as “sonship.” Like a son, the faithful subject received an “inheritance,” viewed as an unconditional, eternal gift. Such gifts usually took the form of land and/or an enduring dynasty. See M. Weinfeld, “The Covenant of Grant in the Old Testament and in the Ancient Near East,” JAOS 90 (1970): 184-203, for general discussion and some striking extra-biblical parallels.
2 tn Heb “the rocky summit of my deliverance.”