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These verses are from Psalm 57, and also appear as the first two in Psalm 108 with only one use of steadfast.

Steadfast is also translated as Fixed. One commentator suggests the psalmist was wavering and declares that his heart is now settled, and fixed.

The idea comes through that the psalmist’s heart is fully resolved to trust in G-D. To demonstrate this conviction, the psalmist declares he will sing and chant praises. He will challenge the day. Continue reading