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I praise you, o Lord
because I love you.
O Most High, abandon me not,
for you are my hope.
Freely did I receive your grace,
may I live by it.

My persecutors will come,
but let them not see me.
Let a cloud of darkness fall upon their eyes;
and let an air of thick darkness obscure them.
And let them have no light to see,
so that they cannot seize me...

For they have devised a counsel,
but it was not for them.
They prepared themselves maliciously,
but they were found to be impotent.

Indeed my hope is upon the Lord
and I shall not fear.
And because the Lord is my salvation
I shall not fear.
And he is as a crown upon my head,
and I shall not be disturbed.

Even if everything should be shaken,
I shall stand firm.
And though all things visible should perish,
I shall not die;
Because the Lord is with me,
and I with him.

Odes of Solomon (Hebrew Christian text from the beginning of the 2nd century)

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