Gracious God (Ps 67:1-67:1)

A song to the choirmaster leader, with stringed instruments, a psalm

“May God be gracious to us!

May God bless us!

May God make his face to shine upon us!”

Selah

Psalm 67 is another short psalm of thanksgiving for a great harvest. This is another choral song and psalm, without any Davidic attribution. The psalmist wanted God to be gracious to him and his people. He wanted the face of God to shine on them. Once again, this verse ends with the musical interlude meditative pause, the Selah.

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