Psalm 103:9; Job 33:26; Isaiah 26:20; Isaiah 54:7-8

kHe will not always chide,

nor will he lkeep his anger forever.


26  then man1 tprays to God, and he accepts him;

he usees his face with a shout of joy,

and he vrestores to man his righteousness.


20  Come, my people, enter your chambers,

and shut your doors behind you;

hide yourselves afor a little while

until the fury has passed by.


rFor a brief moment I deserted you,

but with great compassion I will gather you.

rIn overflowing anger for a moment

I hid my face from you,

sbut with everlasting love I will have compassion on you,

says the Lord, your Redeemer.