I anticipated the dawn, and I will cry: I hoped for thy words
O Jehovah, the morning thou wilt hear my voice; the morning I will set in order to thee, and I will look about.
For thou wilt anticipate him with praises of goodness: thou wilt set a crown of pure gold to his head.
The day Jehovah will command his mercy, and in the night the song with me; the prayer to the God of my life.
In God I will praise his word, in God I trusted; I will not fear what flesh shall do to me.
Awake, my glory; awake, lyre and harp: I shall awake early.
Awake, lyre and harp: I will awake early.
My soul failed for thy, salvation: I hoped for thy word.
I waited for Jehovah, my soul waited, and I hoped for his word
My soul desired thee in the night; also my spirit in the midst of me I will seek thee: for when thy judgments to the earth, those dwelling in the habitable globe will learn justice.
And early, having risen far in the night, he went out, and departed into a deserted place, and there prayed.
In which God, willing more abundantly to show to the heirs of the promise the firmness of his counsel, he intervened by an oath: