Aramaic Bible in Plain English
1I cried to God with my voice and he heard me and I lifted my voice and to him and he answered me!
2In the day of my suffering I prayed to Lord Jehovah and his hand drew me in the night and I was not silent and there was no comforter for my soul.
3I remembered God and I was disturbed and I meditated and my spirit was troubled.
4And dizziness seized me in my eyes; I was dumb and did not speak.
5I have considered the former days and the years of the ages.
6I remembered, I meditated in the night; I meditated in my heart and I examined my spirit and I said:
7"Lord Jehovah has forgotten me eternally and is no longer pleased with me,
8Or does not his grace pass away forever from me, or is not his word finished to a generation of generations?
9Or has God forgotten to love, or does he withhold his mercies in his wrath?"
10I said, "This is my sickness and it is the narrative of the right hand of The Exalted One
11Because I have remembered your wonders from the first
12And I have meditated on all your works; I have meditated on your skills."
13Oh God, your way is holy, and there is none who is great like our God!
14You are God, for you have done wonders and you have shown your might among the nations!
15And you have saved your people with your arm, the children of Jacob and of Joseph.
16The waters saw you, oh, God, the waters saw you and they feared and even the depths shook!
17And the clouds rained waters, the skies of the Heavens gave a sound and even your arrows fly!
18And the voice of your thunders were in the sphere, your lightnings lit up the world, the Earth was disturbed and shook!
19Your path is in the sea and your steps in the many waters, neither are your footprints known.
20For you led your people like a flock by the hand of Moses and of Aaron.