To the overseer: chanting to David; In the coming to him of Nathan the prophet, when he went in to Bathsheba. Compassionate me, O God, according to thy mercy: according to the Multitude of thy compassions wipe away my transgressions.
I, I am he wiping away thy transgressions for my sake, and I will not remember thy sins.
Therefore repent, and return, for your sins to be wiped out, so that times of refreshment might come from the face of the Lord;
Having wiped out the handwriting against us in enactments, which was opposed to us, and he has taken it from the midst, having nailed it to his cross
Hide thy face from my sin, and wipe away all mine iniquities.
And he will remember his covenant to them, and he will console according to the multitude of his mercy.
I wiped away as a cloud thy transgressions, and as a cloud thy sins: turn back to me for I redeemed thee.
And it will be at the time of the evening, and David will rise from off his bed, and will go upon the roof of the king's house: and he will see from the roof a woman washing herself; and the woman good of aspect exceedingly.
Answer me, O Jehovah, for good is thy mercy: according to the multitude of thy compassions turn to me.
And Jehovah will pass by before him, and Jehovah will call, Jehovah God merciful and compassionate, deferring anger, and much in kindness and truth,
Jehovah, slow to anger and of great kindness, lifting up iniquity and transgression and cleansing, will not cleanse; striking the iniquity of the fathers upon the sons, upon the third, and upon the fourth.
And thou wilt not cover over their iniquity, and their sin shall not be wiped away before thee: for they provoked before the builders.
To the overseer upon the stringed instruments; chanting of David. In my calling, answer me, O God of my justice: in straits thou didst enlarge me; compassionate me and hear my prayer.
And I in the multitude of thy mercy will come into thy house; I will worship to thy holy temple in thy fear.
Remember thy compassions, O Jehovah, and thy mercies; for they are from forever.
Thou wilt not, O Jehovah, shut up thy compassions from me: thy mercy and thy truth shall always guard me.
And I, my prayer is to thee, O Jehovah, a time of acceptance: O God, in the multitude of thy mercy answer me, in the truth of thy salvation.
Our fathers considered not thy wonders in Egypt; they remembered not the multitude of thy mercies; they embittered at the sea, the sea of sedge;
And thou Jehovah my Lord do with me for sake of thy name: for good thy mercy, deliver thou me.
I will remember the mercies of Jehovah, the praises of Jehovah according to all that Jehovah benefited us, and the abundance of good to the house of Israel which he benefited them according to his mercies and according to the multitude of his kindnesses.
Look from the heavens, and see from thy holy dwelling and thy glory: where thy zeal and thy strength? the multitude of thy bowels and thy compassions to me restrained themselves.
And thou, O Jehovah, knewest all their counsel against me to kill: thou wilt not expiate for their iniquity, and their sin from before thee thou wilt not wipe away, and they shall be weak before thee; do with them in the time of thine anger.
For if he afflicted, and he compassionated according to the multitude of his mercy.
Incline, O my God, thine ear, and hear; open thine eyes, and see our desolations, and the city which thy name was called upon it: for not for our justice do we cause our supplications to fall before thee, but for thy many compassions.
Who is God as thee, lifting up iniquity and passing by transgression to the remnant of his inheritance? he held not his anger forever for he delighted in mercy.
And the law entered, that the fall might abound. And where sin abounded, grace superabounded:
To the praise of the glory of his grace, in which he rendered us acceptable in the beloved.
But God, being rich in mercy, by his much love which he loved us,