Psalms 64


Be Glad in The LORD

To the director; a psalm to David.

1Hear, O God, my voice! in my beseeching to you. [3from 4the fear 5of the enemy 1Rescue 2my soul]! 2Shelter me from the conspiracy of the ones acting wickedly! from the multitude of the ones working iniquity. 3The ones who sharpened [2as 3a broadsword 1their tongues]; they stretched tight their bow [2thing 1for a bitter]; 4 to shoot in concealed places at the unblemished; suddenly they will shoot him, and they will not fear. 5They determined for themselves [2matter 1an evil]; they describe to themselves how to hide snares. They said, Who shall see them? 6They searched out lawlessness; they failed while searching out in the search. [2shall come forward 1Man] and the heart is deep, 7and God shall be exalted; the arrow of infants became their calamities; 8and [2treated him with contempt 1their tongues]. [5were disturbed 1All 2the ones 3viewing 4them]; 9and [3was fearful 1every 2man]. And they announced the works of God, and [2his actions 1they perceived]. 10[2shall be glad 1The just] in the  lord, and shall hope upon him; and [5shall be praised 1all 2the 3straight 4in heart].
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