To the chiefH5329 Musician,H5329 A PsalmH4210 of David.H1732 HearH8085 my voice,H6963 O God,H430 in my prayer:H7879 preserveH5341 my lifeH2416 from fearH6343 of the enemy.H341
HideH5641 me from the secretH5475 counselH5475 of the wicked;H7489 from the insurrectionH7285 of the workersH6466 of iniquity:H205
WhoH834 whetH8150 their tongueH3956 like a sword,H2719 and bendH1869 their bows to shoot their arrows,H2671 even bitterH4751 words:H1697
That they may shootH3384 in secretH4565 at the perfect:H8535 suddenlyH6597 do they shootH3384 at him, and fearH3372 not.
They encourageH2388 themselves in an evilH7451 matter:H1697 they communeH5608 of layingH2934 snaresH4170 privately;H2934 they say,H559 WhoH4310 shall seeH7200 them?
They searchH2664 out iniquities;H5766 they accomplishH8552 a diligent search:H2665 both the inwardH7130 thought of everyH376 oneH376 of them, and the heart,H3820 is deep.H6013
But GodH430 shall shootH3384 at them with an arrow;H2671 suddenlyH6597 shall they be wounded.H4347
So they shall make their own tongueH3956 to fallH3782 on themselves: allH3605 that seeH7200 them shall fleeH5074 away.
And allH3605 menH120 shall fear,H3372 and shall declareH5046 the workH6467 of God;H430 for they shall wiselyH7919 considerH7919 of his doing.H4639
The righteousH6662 shall be gladH8056 in the LORD,H3068 and shall trustH2620 in him; and allH3605 the uprightH3477 in heartH3820 shall glory.H1984