Out of a strait, called I on Yah, He answered me with enlargement.
In my distress, called I on Yahweh, And, unto my God, made outcry for help, He heard, out of his temple, my voice, And my outcry for help came before him - entered into his ears!
Then was Jacob greatly afraid, and in distress. So he divided the people that were with him and the flocks and the herds and the camels into two camps,
And Jacob said, God of my father Abraham, and God of my father Isaac, - Yahweh, who wast saying unto me, - Return to thy land and to thy kindred that I may deal well with thee:
And David was in sore distress, for the people had spoken of stoning him, because the souls of all the people were embittered, every man for his own sons and for his own daughters, - but David emboldened himself in Yahweh his God.
And hast not shut me up in the hand of the foe, Thou hast given standing, in a roomy place, unto my feet.
I waited patiently for Yahweh, - And he inclined, unto me, and heard my cry for help;
In the day of my distress - unto My Lord, will I seek, My hand, by night, hath been outstretched and never once became slack, My soul, hath refused to be consoled;
Then made they outcry to Yahweh in their peril, Out of their distresses, he saved them;
Then make they outcry to Yahweh in their peril, and, out of their distresses, he saveth them.
The meshes of death encompassed me, and the distresses of hades, came upon me, Peril and sorrow, I found;
Out of the depths, have I cried unto thee, O Yahweh.
But he, most vehemently, was saying - Even though I must needs die with thee, in nowise, will I, deny thee. Likewise, indeed, were, all besides, saying.