Psalm 108:1-13

(A song; a psalm of David’s.) 108  My heart is firm, God;I will sing and give praise. 2  Wake, my glory! wake, harp and lyre!I will wake the dawn. 3  I will give you thanks among the nations, Jehovah,I will make music among many a folk, 4  Because your friendliness is great to the skiesand your loyalty to the uppermost air. 5  Abide aloft, God, above the sky,your glory above all the earth. 6  So that your darlings may be deliveredsave with your right hand and answer us. 7  God spoke in his sanctuary:“I will triumph, will divide Shekem,will measure off Succoth Vale; 8  Gilead is mine and Manasseh is mine,and Ephraim is the keep of my head;Judah is my baton. 9  Moab is my bathtub,on Edom I throw my sandal,over Philistia are my hurrahs.” 10  Who will bring me to a city for a siege?who has led me through to Edom? 11  Have not you, God, repudiated us?and you do not go out, God, in our campaigns. 12  Give us help from a foe—human salvation is futile. 13  Through God we shall play a sturdy part,and he himself will trample down our foes.