Psalm 32
Brenton Septuagint Translation

The Providence of God

1A Psalm of instruction by David. Blessed are they whose transgressions are forgiven, and who sins are covered.

2Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin, and whose mouth there is no guile.

3Because I kept silence, my bones waxed old, from my crying all the day.

4For day and night thy hand was heavy upon me: I became thoroughly miserable while a thorn was fastened in me. Pause.

5I acknowledged my sin, and hid not mine iniquity: I said, I will confess mine iniquity to the Lord against myself; and thou forgavest the ungodliness of my heart. Pause.

6Therefore shall every holy one pray to thee in a fit time: only in the deluge of many waters they shall not come nigh to him.

7Thou art my refuge from the affliction that encompasses me; my joy, to deliver me from them that have compassed me. Pause.

8I will instruct thee and guide thee in this way wherein thou shalt go: I will fix mine eyes upon thee.

9Be ye not as horse and mule, which have no understanding; but thou must constrain their jaws with bit and curb, lest they should come nigh to thee.

10Many are the scourges of the sinner: but him that hopes in the Lord mercy shall compass about.

11Be glad in the Lord, and exult, ye righteous: and glory, all ye that are upright in heart.

Brenton Septuagint Translation, 1884. Versification mapped to KJV for coordination with other Old Testament Bible texts.

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