Rotherham's Emphasized Bible

Psalms 58

David reproveth wicked judges,

Psalms 58:1 {To the Chief Musician. "Do not Destroy." A precious Psalm, of David.} Are ye, indeed, silent [when] righteousness, ye should speak? When, with equity, ye should judge, O ye sons of men? Psalms 58:2 Aye! ye all do work, perversity,—Throughout the land, your hands, weigh out, violence!

describeth the nature of the wicked,

Psalms 58:3 Lawless men have been estranged from birth, They have gone astray from their nativity, speaking falsehood; Psalms 58:4 Their poison, is like unto the poison of a serpent, Like the deaf adder, that stoppeth his ear; Psalms 58:5 That will not hearken to the voice of whisperers, Though the wise one try to bind him with spells.

devoteth them to God's judgments,

Psalms 58:6 O God! break away their teeth in their mouth, The biters of the young lions, knock thou out, O Yahweh! Psalms 58:7 Let such men flow away like waters that disperse themselves: He prepareth his arrow, Like [grass] let them be cut down: Psalms 58:8 Like a snail, which melteth away as it goeth, An untimely birth of a woman, which hath not seen the sun: Psalms 58:9 Before your kettles can perceive the [kindled] bramble, Be he green or be he withered, he shall be swept away.

whereat the righteous shall rejoice.

Psalms 58:10 The righteous man will rejoice when he hath seen an avenging, His feet, will he bathe in the blood of the lawless one:— Psalms 58:11 So that a son of earth may say—Surely there is fruit for the righteous man! Surely there are gods who judge in the earth!

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