“I will also praise you with the harp,
For your faithfulness,
O my God!
I will sing praises to you with the lyre,
O Holy One of Israel!
My lips will shout for joy,
When I sing praises to you.
My soul also will shout for joy.
You have rescued my soul.
All day long,
My tongue will talk of your righteous help.
Those who tried to do me harm
Have been put to shame.
They have been disgraced.”
This long psalm ends with the usual cry of praising God. This psalmist, like the Davidic psalms, talks about playing the harp and the lyre. He was going to sing praises about the faithfulness of God, the holy one of Israel. His lips would shout for joy because his soul had been rescued. All day long, he would talk about the righteous help of God. He had to add the zinger that those who tried to do him harm were put to shame and disgraced.