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Psalm 38 Book 38 (Zechariah)
A Psalm of David, to bring to remembrance.
O LORD, rebuke me not in thy wrath: neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure.
The phrase "to bring a remembrance" from its title -
(L'Hazkir) - is an anagram of
(L'Zechariah, To Zechariah)
The only other place the word L'Hazkir appears in the Psalms is in the title of Psalm 70, corresponding to
the numerical value of
the 16th letter Ayin, and the number defining the length of the Babylonian exile as declared in the
text of Zechariah (vs. 1.12).
It would appear that this is a divine pointer to Book 38, the book corresponding to Psalm 38. A similar phenomenon is also seen
in the final words of Nehemiah, which also are an anagram of L'Zechariah (cf.
Remember Me, O God!). Psalm 38:1 also
forms a KeyLink to Revelation 16.
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