To David. To thee, O Jehovah, will I call, my rock; thou wilt not be silent from me: lest thou wilt be silent from me and I was made like with them going down to the pit
A song of chanting to Asaph. O God, not stillness to thee: thou wilt not be silent, and thou wilt not rest, O God.
Jehovah is my rock and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my rock, I will put my trust in him; my shield and the horn of my salvation, my height.
Quickly answer me, O Jehovah: my spirit failed: thou wilt not hide thy face from me: I was made like those going down to the pit.
Thou sawest, O Jehovah: thou wilt not be silent: O Jehovah, thou wilt not remove far off from me.
With my voice will I call to Jehovah, and he will answer me from his holy mountain. Silence.
My God, I will call in the day, and thou wilt not answer; and in the night no silence to me.
What the profit in my blood in my going down to the pit? shall the dust praise thee? shall it announce thy truth?
Hear my prayer, O Jehovah, and give ear to my cry; thou wilt not be silent at my tears, for I a sojourner with thee, a dweller, as all my fathers.
I will say to God my rock, Wherefore didst thou forget me? wherefore darkened shall I go for the oppression of the enemy?
The streams of water shall not overflow me, and the depth shall not swallow me down, and the well shall not close upon me her mouth.
To the overseer for Jeduthun: to Asaph a chanting. My voice to God, and I will cry with my voice to God, and he gave ear to me.
I was reckoned with those going down to the pit: I was as a man of no strength:
Of the understanding to David; a prayer in his being in the cave. With my voice I will cry to Jehovah; with my voice I will entreat to Jehovah.
Trust ye in Jehovah even to eternity, for in Jah Jehovah is the rock of ages.
For not hades shall praise thee, death celebrate: they going down to the pit shall not hope for thy truth.
And he cast him into the abyss, and shut him up, and affixed a seal above him, that he should no more deceive the nations, until the thousand years be finished: and after these things he must be loosed a little time.