1. A prayer of Habakkuk the prophet concerning erring ones:
2. O LORD, I have heard the report about You; I am afraid. O LORD, give new life to Your work in the midst of years; in the midst of the years make it known; in wrath remember compassion.
3. God comes from Teman, and the Holy One from Mount Paran. Selah. His glory covers the heavens, and His praise fills the earth.
4. And His brightness is as the light; rays of power from His hand are His, and there is the hiding of His power.
5. A plague went before Him, and lightning went forth at His feet.
6. He stood and measured the earth; He looked and shook nations, and the everlasting mountains were shattered; the eternal hills bowed down. His ways are everlasting.
7. I saw the tents of Cushan under calamity; the curtains of the land of Midian trembled.
8. Was the LORD displeased against rivers? Or was Your anger against the rivers? Or Your wrath against the sea, that You ride upon Your horses, upon Your chariots of victory?
9. You brandish Your naked bow according to the oaths of the arrows of Your word. Selah. You have cleaved the earth with rivers.
10. The mountains have seen You and they tremble. The overflowing water passed over; the deep uttered its voice and lifted up its hands on high.
11. The sun and moon stood still in their lofty dwellings. At the light of Your arrows they go, and at the shining of Your glittering spear.
12. You march through the land in indignation; You thresh nations in anger.
13. You went forth for the salvation of Your people, for salvation with Your anointed. You struck the head out of the house of the wicked, to lay bare the foundation even to the neck. Selah.
14. You pierced through the head of his warriors with his own shafts; they storm out as a whirlwind to scatter me; their rejoicing is to devour the meek secretly.
15. You trod upon the sea with Your horses, through the foaming of mighty waters.
16. I heard and my inward parts trembled; my lips quivered at the sound. Rottenness entered into my bones, and I trembled in myself that I should wait for the day of trouble; when he comes up against the people, that he invades.
17. Though the fig tree shall not blossom, and fruit shall not be on the vines; the labor of the olive shall fail, and the fields shall yield no food. The flock shall be cut off from the fold, and there shall be no herd in the stalls;
18. Yet I will rejoice in the LORD, I will joy in the God of my salvation.
19. The LORD God is my strength, and He will make my feet like deer’s feet, and He will make me to walk upon my high places. To the chief singer on my stringed instruments.
HNpI have heardH8085
HVqp1csthe report about You;H8088
HNcmscHSp2msI am afraid.H3372
HNpgive new lifeH2421
HNcmscHSp2msin the midstH7130
HNcfpain the midstH7130
HRHNcmscof the yearsH8141
HNcfpamake it known;H3045
HRHNpand the Holy OneH6918
HNcmpaand His praiseH8416
And His brightnessH5051
HVqi3fsas the light;H216
HRdHNcbsarays of powerH7161
HNcbdafrom His handH3027
HCHDis the hidingH2253
HNcmscof His power.H5797
HNcmpaand the everlastingH5703
Was the LORDH3068
HNcmscHSp2msagainst the rivers?H5104
HNcfscHSp2msagainst the sea,H3220
HNcmpcHSp2msupon Your chariotsH4818
HNcfscHSp2msaccording tothe oathsH7621
HNcfpaof the arrowsH4294
HNcmpaof Your word.H562
HTjYou have cleavedH1234
HNcmpahave seen YouH7200
HVqp3cpHSp2msand they tremble.H2342
HVqp3msstill in their lofty dwellings.H2073
HNcmsaHSdAt the lightH216
HRHNcbscof Your arrowsH2671
HVpi3mpand at the shiningH5051
HRHNcfscof Your glitteringH1300
You went forthH3318
HVqp2msfor the salvationH3468
HRHNcmsaof Your people,H5971
HNcmsaout of the houseH1004
HRHNcmscof the wicked,H7563
HAamsato lay bareH6168
You pierced throughH5344
HNcmscof his warriorsH6518
HNcmpcHSp3mswith his own shafts;H4294
HRHNcmpcHSp3msthey storm outH5590
HVqi3mpas a whirlwind to scatter me;H6327
HVqp1csand my inward partsH990
HVqp3cpat the sound.H6963
HVqi3msinto my bones,H6106
HRHNcfpcHSp1csand I trembledH7264
HTrI should waitH5117
HVqi1csfor the dayH3117
HNcfsawhen he comes upH5927
HRHVqcagainst the people,H5971
HRHNcmsathat he invades.H1464
HCthe fig treeH8384
HCHTnbe on the vines;H1612
HNcmscof the oliveH2132
HVpp3msand the fieldsH7709
HNcbsashall be cut offH1504
HVqp3msfrom the fold,H4356
HRHNcbsaand there shall be noH369
HNcbsain the stalls;H7517
HNcmscHSp1csand He will makeH7760
HRdHNcfpafeet, and He will make me to walkH1869
HCHRmy high places.H1116
HNcfpcHSp1csTo the chief singer<H5329
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