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Psalm 62

2 In God alone is my soul at rest;

 my salvation comes from him.

 3 He alone is my rock, my salvation,

 my fortress; never shall I falter.

4 How long will you all attack one man

 to break him down,

 as though he were a tottering wall,

 or a tumbling fence?

5 Their plan is only to bring down;

 they take pleasure in lies.

 With their mouth they utter blessing,

 but in their heart they curse.

6 In God alone be at rest, my soul,

 for my hope is from him.

 7 He alone is my rock, my salvation,

 my fortress; never shall I falter.

8 In God is my salvation and glory,

 my rock of strength;

 in God is my refuge.

 9 Trust him at all times, O people.

 Pour out your hearts before him,

 for God is our refuge.

10 The sons of men are a breath,

 an illusion, the sons of men.

 Placed in the scales, they rise;

 they all weigh less than a breath.

11 Do not put your trust in oppression,

 nor vain hopes on plunder.

 Even if riches increase,

 set not your heart on them.

12 For God has said only one thing;

 only two have I heard:

 that to God alone belongs power,

 13 and to you, Lord, merciful love;

 and that you repay each man

 according to his deeds.

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