Psalm 36
Brenton's Septuagint Translation Par ▾ 

The Transgression of the Wicked

1(35:1) For the end, by David the servant of the Lord. The transgressor, that he may sin, says within himself, that there is no fear of God before his eyes.

2(35:2) For he has dealt craftily before him, to discover his iniquity and hate it.

3(35:3) The words of his mouth are transgression and deceit: he is not inclined to understand how to do good.

4(35:4) He devises iniquity on his bed; he gives himself to every evil way; and does not abhor evil.

5(35:5) O Lord, thy mercy is in the heaven; and thy truth reaches to the clouds.

6(35:6) Thy righteousness is as the mountains of God, thy judgments are as a great deep: O Lord, thou wilt preserve men and beasts.

7(35:7) How hast thou multiplied thy mercy, O God! so the children of men shall trust in the shelter of thy wings.

8(35:8) They shall be fully satisfied with the fatness of thine house; and thou shalt cause them to drink of the full stream of thy delights.

9(35:9) For with thee is the fountain of life: in thy light we shall see light.

10(35:10) Extend thy mercy to them that know thee; and thy righteousness to the upright in heart.

11(35:11) Let not the foot of pride come against me, and let not the hand of sinners move me.

12(35:12) There have all the workers of iniquity fallen: they are cast out, and shall not be able to stand.

The English translation of The Septuagint by Sir Lancelot Charles Lee Brenton (1851)

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