Comment – In the form of a greeting for the king to whom the psalmist is linked, in Psalm 20 we speak of the help that will come from God to the head of his people from his heavenly sanctuary, or from heaven, to get out of the difficulty in which he found himself thanks to the help of the Almighty Lord.
Psalm 20 complete
 To the choir master. Psalm. Di Davide.
 May the Lord hear you on the day of trial, protect the name of the God of Jacob.
 Send help from his sanctuary and from above Zion support you.
 Remember all your sacrifices and enjoy your burnt offerings.
 Give yourself according to your heart, make your every project succeed.
 We will exult for your victory, we will spread the banners in the name of our God; fulfill the Lord all your questions.
 Now I know that the Lord saves his consecrated person; he replied from his holy sky with the victorious force of his right.
 Those who boast of carts and those of horses, we are strong in the name of the Lord our God.
 Those bend and fall, but we stand and stand firm.
 Save the king, O Lord, answer us when we call upon you.