Psalm 60
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Victory with God
(2 Samuel 8:1–14; 1 Chronicles 18:1–13; Psalm 108:1–13)

1Unto the end. For those who will be changed, with the inscription of a title, of David himself, for instruction: when he set fire to Mesopotamia of Syria and Sobal, and Joab turned back and struck Idumea, in the valley of the salt pits, twelve thousand men. O God, you have rejected us, and you have ruined us. You became angry, and yet you have been merciful to us.

2You have moved the earth, and you have disturbed it. Heal its breaches, for it has been moved.

3You have revealed to your people difficulties. You have made us drink the wine of remorse.

4You have given a warning sign to those who fear you, so that they may flee from before the face of the bow, so that your beloved may be delivered.

5Save me with your right hand, and hear me.

6God has spoken in his holy place: I will rejoice, and I will divide Shechem, and I will measure the steep valley of the tabernacles.

7Gilead is mine, and Manasseh is mine. And Ephraim is the strength of my head. Judah is my king.

8Moab is the cooking pot of my hope. Into Idumea, I will extend my shoe. To me, the foreigners have been made subject.

9Who will lead me into the fortified city? Who will lead me all the way to Idumea?

10Will not you, O God, who has rejected us? And will not you, O God, go out with our armies?

11Grant us help from tribulation. For salvation from man is empty.

12In God, we will act virtuously. And those who trouble us, he will lead to nothing.

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