1 (For the one directing. Mizmor Dovid. When Natan HaNavi confronted him after he went into Bat- Sheva—2Sm. 11:2) Have mercy upon me, O Elohim, according to Thy chesed; according unto the multitude of Thy rachamim blot out my peysha’im (transgressions, rebellions).
(4) Wash me thoroughly from mine avon (iniquity), and cleanse me from my chattat (sin).
(5) For I acknowledge my peysha’im (transgressions, rebellions); and my chattat (sin) is ever before me.
(6) Against Thee, Thee only, have I sinned, and done the rah in Thy sight; that Thou mightest be found just when Thou speakest, and be blameless when Thou judgest.
(7) Surely, I was brought forth in avon; and in chet did immi conceive me [i.e., I was a sinner from conception].
(8) Surely Thou desirest emes in the inward parts; and in the inmost place Thou shalt make me to know chochmah.
(9) Purge me with ezov (hyssop), and I shall be tahor; wash me, and I shall be whiter than sheleg (snow).
(12) Create in me a lev tahor, O Elohim; and renew a ruach nekhon (steadfast spirit [i.e., regeneration Ezek 36:26; Yn 3:3,6]) within me.
(13) Cast me not away from Thy presence; and take not Thy Ruach Hakodesh from me.
(14) Restore unto me the sasson of Thy salvation; and uphold me with a ruach nedivah (a willing spirit; see Jer 31:31-34).
(15) Then will I teach poshe’im (transgressors) Thy drakhim; and chatta’im (sinners) shall be converted [have a spiritual turnaround; see Isa 6:10] unto Thee.
(16) Save me from damim (bloodguiltiness), O Elohim, Thou Elohei Teshuati; and my leshon shall sing aloud of Thy tzedakah.
(17) Adonoi, open Thou my lips; and my mouth shall show forth Thy tehillah (praise).
(18) For Thou desirest not zevach (sacrifice); else would I give it; Thou delightest not in olah (burnt offering).
(19) The zivkhei Elohim are a ruach nishbarah (broken spirit); a broken and contrite lev, O Elohim, Thou wilt not despise.
(20) Do good in Thy good pleasure unto Tziyon; build Thou the chomot Yerushalayim.
(21) Then shalt Thou be pleased with zivkhei tzedek (true sacrifices, sacrifices of righteousness), with olah (burnt offering) and whole burnt offering; then shall they offer parim (bulls) upon Thine Mizbe’ach. [T.N. This Psalm, Ps 51, teaches the doctrine of Chet Kadmon from which comes the seminal corrupting human condition necessitating hitkhadshut for all fallen Bnei Adam]