Has God put away the memory of his pity? are his mercies shut up by his wrath? (Selah.)
O Lord, keep in mind your pity and your mercies; for they have been from the earliest times.
Take not away your gentle mercies from me, O Lord; let your mercy and your faith keep me safe for ever.
Have pity on me, O God, in your mercy; out of a full heart, take away my sin.
Why do you say, O Jacob, such words as these, O Israel, The Lord's eyes are not on my way, and my God gives no attention to my cause?
But Zion said, The Lord has given me up, I have gone from his memory.
Let your eyes be looking down from heaven, from your holy and beautiful house: where is your deep feeling, the working of your power? do not keep back the moving of your pity and your mercies:
When the master of the house has got up, and the door has been shut, and you, still outside, give blows on the door, saying, Lord, let us in; he will make answer and say, I have no knowledge of where you come from.
For God has let them all go against his orders, so that he might have mercy on them all.
But if a man has this world's goods, and sees that his brother is in need, and keeps his heart shut against his brother, how is it possible for the love of God to be in him?