Psalm 176 (Lost Psalm of David)

[It is always the general rule of thumb not to solely take the author’s word throughout these studies, but to pray and seek the face of Yahuah for one’s self, and let the Spirit lead you into all truth (John 16:13-15).]

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Reasoning Behind the Numerical Ordering
The numbering of these psalms of course should not be accounted as per se “official”. Following suit with the commonly known apocryphal Psalms 151-160; these psalms also plucked from the Dead Sea Scrolls, have different numbering depending on the original source you refer to (e.g. Psalms 151-155 being canonized in the Syriac, are not necessarily numbered as the same psalms when referring to the commonly accepted collective of Psalms 151-160). For the sake of simple clarity, continuing on in the Psalm 161 chronological general collective seems to be the only obvious step to move forward in, in an all-sincere attempt to rightfully divide, preserve, and freely share what is obviously Yahuah’s Inspired written Word. 


Originally Recovered from the Dead Sea Scrolls, Hymns of Thanksgiving (1QHa, 1Q35, 4Q427-432):

This translation has been derived from:

Hymn  11: “Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English”
Hymn 15: “A New Translation”
Hymn 15: “Qumran Psalter”


Psalm 176

  1. I thank You, O Yahuah,
    for You are a fortified wall to me,
    and as an iron bar against all destroyers,
    and all […].
  2. You hide me from all terrifying disasters of turmoil
    which […]
  3. […] protecting doors of […] and the bars of iron,
    lest the guarding troop of the mighty ones should enter
    […] in the mysteries of […]
  4. […] accompanied in a division of warriors […];
    […] joined in its districts lest a mighty man should shoot […]
    […] the retaliation of their might.
  5. And they will fall from their might,
    wise men […] in their craftiness.
  6. But when I lay hold of Your covenant
    […]
  7. *Estimated two verses missing
  8. You have set my feet upon a rock,
    removing my steps from the ways of Vanity;
    that I may walk in the everlasting Way,
    and in the paths which You have chosen for my steps […]
  9. *Unknown amount of verses missing

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Translator’s video teaching and commentary on “Psalm 176″

Direct Sources of this Translation:

Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English:
A New Translation:
Qumran Psalter:

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