Psalms [Praises] 151
Context: Historically, Psalm 151 is found in the Septuagint, the Greek Old Covenant text, but not in the Hebrew Masoretic text.
Context: When David [Beloved] fought in one-on-one combat with Goliath [Exposer, Uncovered]. (1 Sam 17:4-11, 17:26, 17:34-37, 17:43-51)
1 I was small among my brothers,
and youngest in my father’s house.
I tended my father’s sheep.
2 My hands formed a musical instrument,
and my fingers tuned a lute.
3 Who shall tell adonai ·my Lord·?
Adonai himself, he himself hears.
4 He sent forth his angel and took me from my father’s sheep,
and he anointed me with his anointing oil.
5 My brothers were handsome and tall;
but Adonai did not take pleasure in them.
6 I went out to meet the Philistine [To roll in dust (As an insult)],
and he cursed me by his idols.
7 But I drew his own sword and beheaded him,
and removed reproach from the children of Israel [God prevails].