Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
For what wilt thou say, O Jacob, and wilt thou speak, O Israel, My way was hid from Jehovah, and my judgment will pass over from my God.
To the overseer upon the first place of the dawn; chanting of David. My God, my God, wherefore forsookest thou me? far off from my salvation the words of my groaning.
And I said in my hasty flight; I was cut off from before thine eyes: yet thou heardest the voice of my supplications in my crying to thee.
I will remember my stringed instruments in the night: I shall meditate with my heart, and my spirit will search out.
And thou didst cast off, and thou wilt reject; thou didst overflow with thy Messiah.
I say then, Has God rejected his people It may not be. For I also am an Israelite, of Abraham's seed, of the tribe of Benjamin.
To the overseer; chanting of David.
Therefore behold me, and neglecting, I deserted you, and I cast you off, and the city which I gave to you and to your fathers from my face.
Wherefore wilt thou forget us forever? wilt thou forsake us to length of days?
He succored Israel his servant, remembering mercy;