Rotherham's Emphasized Bible

Psalms 59

David prayeth to be delivered from his enemies.

Psalms 59:1 {To the Chief Musician. "Do not Destroy." A precious Psalm of David. When Saul sent, and they watched the house, to kill him.} Rescue me from my foes, O my God, From them who lift themselves up against me, wilt thou set me on high: Psalms 59:2 Rescue me, from the workers of iniquity, And, from the men of bloodshed, save me. Psalms 59:3 For lo! they have lain in wait for my life, Mighty ones stir up strife against me, Without transgression of mine, and without sin of mine, O Yahweh; Psalms 59:4 For no iniquity, do they run that they may take their stand, Rouse thyself to meet me, and see. Psalms 59:5 Thou, therefore, O Yahweh, God of hosts, God of Israel, Awake, to visit all the nations, Do not show favour to any iniquitous traitors. [Selah.]

He complaineth of their cruelty.

Psalms 59:6 They return at evening, They grow like a dog, And go round the city. Psalms 59:7 Lo! they belch forth with their mouth, Swords, are in their lips, For [say they], Who doth hear?

He trusteth in God.

Psalms 59:8 Thou, therefore, O Yahweh, wilt laugh at them, Thou wilt mock at all nations. Psalms 59:9 O my Strength, unto thee, will I make melody, For, God, is my high tower. Psalms 59:10 My God of lovingkindness, will come to meet me, God, will let me look on mine adversaries.

He prayeth against them.

Psalms 59:11 Do not slay them, lest my people forget, Cause them to wander by thy strength, and prostrate them, [Thou] our shield, O Lord! Psalms 59:12 The sin of their mouth, The word of their lips, Let them then be captured in their pride, Both for the oath and for the deception they record. Psalms 59:13 Bring to a full end in wrath, Bring to a full end, that they be no more,—That men may know that, God, is ruling in Jacob, Unto the ends of the earth. [Selah.] Psalms 59:14 Let them return, then, at evening, Let them growl like a dog, And go round the city. Psalms 59:15 They, may prowl about for food,—And, if they are not satisfied, then let them whine!

He praiseth God.

Psalms 59:16 But, I, will sing thy power, And will shout aloud, in the morning, thy lovingkindness,—For thou has become a refuge for me, And a place to flee to in the day of my distress. Psalms 59:17 O my Strength, unto thee, will I make melody, For, God, is my high tower, my God of lovingkindness.

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