We arrive at Psalm 31 in Robert's weekly PsalmChallenge.
It contains a verse well known to both Christians and Jews but for different reasons.
Luke 23:46 has Psalm 31:5 as Jesus' last words on the cross:
"Into thy hands I commit my spirit."
Taize sings it in Latin (hear the midi music here):
To hear the Brothers of Taize and the people singing "In manus tuas" see YouTube.
A synagogue window at Hechal Shlomo in Jerusalem illustrates that same verse,
"Into Thy hand I commit my spirit;
Thou hast redeemed me, O LORD, Thou God of truth."
It is something I like to say before falling asleep at night, because the first thing we Jews (from little children to old ones) are supposed to say the next morning (while still in bed) is this:
מודה אני לפניך מלך חי וקים שהחזרת בי נשמתי בחמלה, רבה אמונתך
"I offer thanks before you, living and eternal King, for You have mercifully restored my soul within me; great is Your faithfulness."
The entire 31st Psalm can be enjoyed at Mechon Mamre, in Hebrew and English.