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)
I was small among my brothers,
and youngest in my father’s house.
I tended my father’s sheep.
My hands formed a musical instrument,
and my fingers tuned a lute.
Who shall tell adonai ·my Lord·?
Adonai himself, he himself hears.
He sent forth his angel and took me from my father’s sheep,
and he anointed me with his anointing oil.
My brothers were handsome and tall;
but Adonai did not take pleasure in them.
I went out to meet the Philistine [To roll in dust (As an insult)],
and he cursed me by his idols.
But I drew his own sword and beheaded him,
and removed reproach from the children of Israel [God prevails].