Psalm 108:1
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New American Standard Bible
A Song, a Psalm of David. My heart is steadfast, O God; I will sing, I will sing praises, even with my soul.

King James Bible
A Song or Psalm of David. O God, my heart is fixed; I will sing and give praise, even with my glory.

Darby Bible Translation
{A Song, a Psalm of David.} My heart is fixed, O God: I will sing, yea, I will sing psalms, even with my glory.

World English Bible
My heart is steadfast, God. I will sing and I will make music with my soul.

Young's Literal Translation
A Song, a Psalm of David. Prepared is my heart, O God, I sing, yea, I sing praise, also my honour.

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Barnes' Notes on the Bible

O God, my heart is fixed - Prepared, suited, ready. See the notes at Psalm 57:7. In Psalm 57:7, this is repeated: "My heart is fixed; O God, my heart is fixed:" indicating that there "might" have been some doubt or vacillation caused by the circumstances then existing, and the repetition would have respect to that, as if the psalmist had been unsettled and wavering for a time, but was at last firm. In such circumstances it would not be unnatural to "repeat" the assertion, as if there were no longer any doubt. In the beginning of a psalm, however, where there had been no previous expression or feeling of doubt so far as appears, there would be no propriety in repeating the assertion.

I will sing and give praise - See the notes at Psalm 57:7.

Even with my glory - This is not in Psalm 57:1-11. It is literally here, "truly my glory." In Psalm 57:8, however, the expression, "Awake up, my glory," occurs, and this seems to correspond with that language. It means here that it was his glory - his honor - thus to be employed in giving praise to God. It was worthy of all that there was elevated in his nature; of all that constituted his glory; of his highest powers. At no time is man employed in a more noble and lofty work than praise.

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The Alarum
That is not, however, the topic upon which I now desire to speak to you. I come at this time, not so much to plead for the early as for the awakening. The hour we may speak of at another time--the fact is our subject now. It is bad to awake late, but what shall be said of those who never awake at all? Better late than never: but with many it is to be feared it will be never. I would take down the trumpet and give a blast, or ring the alarm-bell till all the faculties of the sluggard's manhood are
Charles Haddon Spurgeon—Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 17: 1871

Cross References
Psalm 16:9
Therefore my heart is glad and my glory rejoices; My flesh also will dwell securely.

Psalm 18:49
Therefore I will give thanks to You among the nations, O LORD, And I will sing praises to Your name.

Psalm 30:12
That my soul may sing praise to You and not be silent. O LORD my God, I will give thanks to You forever.

Psalm 57:7
My heart is steadfast, O God, my heart is steadfast; I will sing, yes, I will sing praises!

Psalm 108:2
Awake, harp and lyre; I will awaken the dawn!

Psalm 112:7
He will not fear evil tidings; His heart is steadfast, trusting in the LORD.

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