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The Jewish Study Bible Contextualizes the Hebrew Bible with accompanying scholarly text on Jewish traditions and history.

Chapter 75

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For the leader; al tashḥeth. A psalm of Asaph, a song.

1 2We praise You, O God; we praise You; Your presence is near; men tell of Your wondrous deeds. 3“At the time I choose, I will give judgment equitably. 4Earth and all its inhabitants dissolve; it is I who keep its pillars firm. Selah. 5To wanton men I say, ‘Do not be wanton!‘ to the wicked, ‘Do not lift up your horns!‘‐” 6Do not lift your horns up high a‐ Lit. “with arrogant neck you speak.” in vainglorious bluster. ‐a Lit. “with arrogant neck you speak.” 7For what lifts a man comes not from the east or the west or the wilderness; b Reading midbâr with many mss. 8for God it is who gives judgment; He brings down one man, He lifts up another. 9There is a cup in the LORD's hand with foaming wine fully mixed; from this He pours; all the wicked of the earth drink, draining it to the very dregs. 10As for me, I will declare forever, I will sing a hymn to the God of Jacob. 11“All the horns of the wicked I will cut; but the horns of the righteous shall be lifted up.”

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a‐a Lit. “with arrogant neck you speak.”

b Reading midbâr with many mss.

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