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1 How long wilt thou forget me? Shall it forever be? O Lord, how long neglect me, And hide thy face from me?
2 How long my soul take counsel? Thus sad in heart each day, How long shall foes exulting, Subject me to their sway?
3 O Lord, my God, consider, And hear my earnest cries, Lest I in death should slumber, Enlighten thou my eyes;
4 Lest foes be heard exclaiming Against him we prevailed; And they that vex my spirit, Rejoice when I have failed:
5 But on thy tender mercy I ever have relied; With joy in thy salvation My heart shall still confide.
6 And I with voice of singing, Will praise the Lord alone, Because to me his favor He hath so largely shown.
1 How long wilt thou forget me Lord? Shall it forever be? O how long shall it be that thou Wilt hide thy face from me?
2 How long take counsel in my soul, "Still sad in heart, shall I? How long exalted over me Shall be my enemy ?
3 O Lord my God, consider well, And answer to me make; My eyes enlighten, lest the sleep Of death me overtake.
4 Lest-that my enemy should say, Against him I prevailed; And those who trouble me rejoice When I am moved and failed.
5 But I have all my confidence Upon thy mercy set; My heart within me shall rejoice In thy salvation great.
6 I will unto Jehovah sing His praises cheerfully, Because he hath his bounty shown To me abundantly.