The LORD is Judge
To the director; do not destroy; a psalm of an ode to Asaph.1 I will make acknowledgment to you, O God; I shall make acknowledgment and shall call upon your name. I shall describe all your wonders. 2 Whenever I should receive the appointed time, I [2in straightness 1shall judge]. 3 [3is melted away 1The 2earth] and all the ones dwelling in it. PAUSE. I solidified its columns. 4 I said to the ones acting unlawfully, Do not act unlawfully! And to the sinners, Do not exalt the horn! 5 Do not lift up [2unto 3the height 1your horn], and do not speak against God in unrighteousness! 6 For neither from exitings, nor from descents, nor from desolate mountains, 7 for God is judge. This one he humbles, and this one he raises up high. 8 For a cup is in the hand of the lord [2wine 1of undiluted], a full mixture; and he leans it this way unto this other way, but its wine with dregs was not emptied out. [6shall drink 1All 2the 3sinners 4of the 5earth]. 9 But I shall exult into the eon; I shall strum to the God of Jacob. 10 And all the horns of the sinners I shall fracture in pieces together, and [5shall be exalted 1the 2horn 3of the 4just].
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