Psalms – Chapter 28

The Bible – Old Testament

Psalms

Index

Int. 1. 2. 3.27. 28. 29.149. 150.

Psalms

Chapter 28

1

Of David. To you, LORD, I call; my Rock, do not be deaf to me. If you fail to answer me, I will join those who go down to the pit.

2

1 Hear the sound of my pleading when I cry to you, lifting my hands toward your holy place.

3

Do not drag me off with the wicked, with those who do wrong, Who speak peace to their neighbors though evil is in their hearts.

4

Repay them for their deeds, for the evil that they do. For the work of their hands repay them; give them what they deserve.

5

They pay no heed to the LORD’S works, to the deeds of God’s hands. God will tear them down, never to be rebuilt.

6

2 Blessed be the LORD, who has heard the sound of my pleading.

7

The LORD is my strength and my shield, in whom my heart trusted and found help. So my heart rejoices; with my song I praise my God.

8

3 LORD, you are the strength of your people, the saving refuge of your anointed king.

9

Save your people, bless your inheritance; feed and sustain them forever!

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1 [2] Your holy place: the innermost part of the temple, the holy of holies, containing the ark. Cf  1 Kings 6:16,  19-23;  8:6-8.

2 [6] The psalmist shifts to fervent thanksgiving, probably responding to a priestly or prophetic oracle in  Psalm 28:5cd (not usually transmitted) assuring the worshiper that the prayer has been heard.

3 [8] Your people . . . your anointed king: salvation is more than individual, affecting all the people and their God-given leader.

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Index

Int. 1. 2. 3.27. 28. 29.149. 150.

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