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Psalm 42

As a deer longs for the running brooks :
 so longs my soul for you, O God.
My soul is thirsty for God, thirsty for the living God :
 when shall I come and see his face?
My tears have been my food day and night :
 while they ask me all day long ‘Where now is your God?’
As I pour out my soul by myself, I remember this :
 how I went to the house of the Mighty One, into the temple of God,
To the shouts and songs of thanksgiving :
 a multitude keeping high festival.
Why are you so full of heaviness, my soul :
 and why so unquiet within me?
O put your trust in God :
 for I will praise him yet, who is my deliverer and my God.
My soul is heavy within me :
 therefore I will remember you from the land of Jordan,
   from Mizar among the hills of Hermon.
Deep calls to deep in the roar of your waters :
 all your waves and breakers have gone over me.
Surely the Lord will grant his loving mercy in the day-time :
 and in the night his song will be with me,
   a prayer to the God of my life.
I will say to God, my rock, ‘Why have you forgotten me :
 why must I go like a mourner because the enemy oppresses me?’
Like a sword through my bones, my enemies have mocked me :
 while they ask me all day long ‘Where now is your God?’
Why are you so full of heaviness, my soul :
 and why so unquiet within me?
O put your trust in God :
 for I will praise him yet, who is my deliverer and my God.

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