43 Judge me,+ O God,And do conduct my legal case+ against a nation not loyal.*From the man of deception and unrighteousness may you provide me with escape.+ 2 For you are the God of my fortress.+Why have you cast me off?Why do I walk about sad because of the oppression by the enemy?+ 3 Send out your light and your truth.+May these themselves lead me.*+May they bring me to your holy mountain and to your grand tabernacle.+ 4 And I will come to the altar of God,+To God,* my exultant rejoicing.+And I will laud you on the harp, O God, my God.*+ 5 Why are you in despair, O my soul,+And why are you boisterous within me?Wait for God,+For I shall yet laud him as the grand salvation of my person and as my God.+
^ Or, “without loving-kindness.”
^ “Comfort me,” Sy and three Heb. mss.
^ “God.” Heb., ʼEl.
^ “O God, my God,” M(Heb., ʼElo·himʹ ʼElo·haiʹ)LXXASyVg; TLXXB, “O Jehovah my God.”