USCCB - NAB - Psalm 71
I will always hope in you and add to all your praise.
My mouth shall proclaim your just deeds, day after day your acts of deliverance, though I cannot number them all.
I will speak of the mighty works of the Lord; O GOD, I will tell of your singular justice.
God, you have taught me from my youth; to this day I proclaim your wondrous deeds.
Now that I am old and gray, do not forsake me, God, That I may proclaim your might to all generations yet to come, Your power
and justice, God, to the highest heaven. You have done great things; O God, who is your equal?
You have sent me many bitter afflictions, but once more revive me. From the watery depths of the earth once more raise me up.
Restore my honor; turn and comfort me,
That I may praise you with the lyre for your faithfulness, my God, And sing to you with the harp, O Holy One of Israel!
My lips will shout for joy as I sing your praise; my soul, too, which you have redeemed.