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Psalm 22

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1 (21-1) ^^ To the chief of the choir. When the dawn appears. Psalm of David. ^^ (21-2) My God! Oh my God! why did you leave me? Far from saving my word is my cry.
2 (21-3) Oh my god! I cry out during the day, - and you do not heed me at night, - and there is no reassurance to me.
3 (21-4) But You, the Holy One, live among the praises of Israel.
4 (21-5) Our fathers trusted in you; they trusted, and You delivered them;
5 (21-6) they called to you, and were saved; they trusted in you, and did not remain in shame.
6 (21-7) But I am a worm, not a person, reproach to people and contempt among the people.
7 (21-8) All who see me, curse at me, speak with their mouths, nodding their heads:
eight (21-9) `He trusted in the Lord; may he deliver him, may he save him if he pleases him. ”
nine (21-10) But You brought me out of the womb, put hope in me by the breasts of my mother.
ten (21-11) I am left to you from the womb; from the womb of my mother you are my God.

eleven (21-12) Do not depart from me, for sorrow is near, but there is no helper.
12 (21-13) Many calves surrounded me; the fat Vasanas surrounded me,
13 (21-14) They opened their mouth on me, like a lion, hungering for prey and roaring.
fourteen (21-15) I spilled like water; all my bones crumbled; my heart became like wax, melted in the middle of my inside.
fifteen (21-16) My strength has dried up like a shard; my tongue clung to my larynx, and You brought me to the mortal finger.
16 (21-17) For dogs have surrounded me, a host of evil have surrounded me, pierced my hands and my feet.
17 (21-18) It would be possible to count all my bones; and they look and make me a sight;
18 (21-19) My garments are divided among themselves, and lots are cast about my clothes.
19 (21-20) But Thou, Lord, do not depart from me; my strength! Hurry to help me;
20 (21-21) deliver my soul from the sword and my lonely dogs;
21 (21-22) save me from the mouth of a lion and from the horns of unicorns, hearing, [deliver] me.

22 (21-23) I will proclaim your name to my brothers, in the midst of the congregation to praise you.
23 (21-24) Those who fear the Lord! praise him. All the seed of Jacob! glorify him. May all the seed of Israel reverence Him
24 (21-25) for He did not despise or neglect the affliction of the afflicted, did not hide His face from him, but heard him when he called upon Him.
25 (21-26) My praise is in the great congregation about you; I will pay my vows before those who fear Him.
26 (21-27) May the poor eat and be satisfied; may those who seek him praise the Lord; let your hearts live forever!
27 (21-28) All the ends of the earth will remember and turn to the Lord, and all the nations of the Gentiles will bow before You,
28 (21-29) for the Lord is the kingdom, and He is the Lord over the nations.
29th (21-30) All the fat lands will be eaten and worshiped; all who descend to the finger and cannot save their lives will bow before Him.
thirty (21-31) My seed will serve him, and will be called the Lord forever:
31 (21-32) They will come and declare the truth to His people who will be born, as the Lord created.

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