Psalm 69 – Rescue Me, O Lord, From the Depth Piano Sheet Music

Psalm 69

Psalm 69 is a Psalm of David himself. Psalms are prayers, and Psalm 69 is one of many asking for forgiveness from the Lord. Psalm 69 makes reference to a time of trouble, which some have linked with the events surrounding Psalm 52 , Psalm 32 , and Psalmpressly.   Psalm 69 is Psalm 52’s Psalmic Inversion, Psalm 32’s direct opposite. Psalm 69 also make reference to a sickness or plague, which some believe can be linked with Psalms 38 , 41 , and possibly Psalmpressly.

In Jewish traditions this Psalm is recited by mourners after someone passes away. Psalm 69 is also a Psalm recited on the Jewish holiday Tisha B’Av because of a tradition that Psalms 69 and 137 were written by King David about Jerusalem’s destruction. Psalm 69 is recited daily during Shacharit (morning prayers), at Mincha (afternoon prayer), and by some at Maariv (evening prayer). Psalm 69 is Psalm 52’s Psalmic Inversion, Psalm 32’s direct opposite. Psalm 69 also make reference to a sickness or plague, which some believe can be linked with Psalms 38 , 41 , and possibly Psalmpressly.

Verses 1-9: The psalmist cries out to God in his distress, pleading for rescue from enemies and the consequences of his sinful actions. Psalm 69:1–9

Verses 10-14: The psalmist calls on God to punish those who continue to oppose him, but prays that God will again be merciful. Psalm 69:10–14

Verses 15-21: God hears the psalmist’s prayer and judges those who persecute him. Psalm 69:15–21

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