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The Jewish Study Bible Contextualizes the Hebrew Bible with accompanying scholarly text on Jewish traditions and history.

Chapter 60

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1For the leader; on a‐ Meaning of Heb. uncertain. shushan eduth. ‐a Meaning of Heb. uncertain. A michtam of David (to be taught), 2 when he fought with Aram‐Naharaim and Aram‐Zobah, and Joab returned and defeated Edom—[an army] of twelve thousand men—in the Valley of Salt. b Cf. 2 Sam. 8 ; 1 Chron. 18 .

3O God, You have rejected us, You have made a breach in us; You have been angry; restore us! 4You have made the land quake; You have torn it open. Mend its fissures, for it is collapsing. 5You have made Your people suffer hardship; c‐ Or “You have sated Your people with a bitter draft.” You have given us wine that makes us reel. ‐c Or “You have sated Your people with a bitter draft.” 6 a‐ Meaning of Heb. uncertain. Give those who fear You because of Your truth a banner for rallying. ‐a Meaning of Heb. uncertain. Selah. 7 d Cf. Ps. 108.7–14 . That those whom You love might be rescued, deliver with Your right hand and answer me. 8God promised e‐ Meaning of Heb. uncertain. in His sanctuary ‐e Meaning of Heb. uncertain. that I would exultingly divide up Shechem, and measure the Valley of Sukkoth; 9Gilead and Manasseh would be mine, Ephraim my chief stronghold, Judah my scepter; 10Moab would be my washbasin; on Edom I would cast my shoe; acclaim me, O Philistia! 11Would that I were brought to the bastion! Would that I were led to Edom! 12But You have rejected us, O God; God, You do not march with our armies. 13Grant us Your aid against the foe, for the help of man is worthless. 14With God we shall triumph; He will trample our foes.

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b‐b Meaning of Heb. uncertain.

a‐a Meaning of Heb. uncertain.

b Cf. 2 Sam. 8 ; 1 Chron. 18 .

c‐c Or “You have sated Your people with a bitter draft.”

d Cf. Ps. 108.7–14 .

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