“I was pushed hard,
So that I was falling.
But Yahweh helped me.
Yahweh is my strength!
Yahweh is my might!
He has become my salvation.
There are glad songs of victory
In the tents of the righteous.
‘The right hand of Yahweh does valiantly!
The right hand of Yahweh is exalted!
The right hand of Yahweh does valiantly!’
I shall not die.
But I shall live.
I shall recount the deeds of Yahweh.
Yahweh has punished me severely.
But he did not give me over to death.”
Apparently the psalmist was pushed very hard on all sides. However, Yahweh had helped him since Yahweh was his strength, his might, and his salvation. Once the victory was obtained there were songs of victory. Within the tents of the righteous you could hear the chant about the right hand of Yahweh that had been valiant and exalted. The psalmist did not die, but lived. Therefore he was going to recount the great deeds of Yahweh his whole entire life. Yahweh had punished him severely, but he did not die. He was grateful for that.