As dthe grapegleanings of the vintage:
There is no ecluster to eat:
My soul desired fthe firstripe fruit.
And ithere is none upright among men:
They all jlie in wait for blood;
And the great man, he uttereth †his mischievous desire:
So they qwrap it up.
4 The best of them is as ra brier:
Now shall be their vperplexity.
5 wTrust ye not in a friend,
Put ye not confidence in a xguide:
Keep ythe doors of thy mouth from her that lieth in thy bosom.
zThe daughter riseth up against her mother,
zThe daughter in law against her mother in law;
7 Therefore I will elook unto the Lord;
I will fwait for the God of my salvation:
gMy God will hear me.
Until he pplead my cause, and execute judgment for me:
qHe will bring me forth to the light, and I shall behold his righteousness.
Which said unto me, tWhere is the Lord thy God?
uMine eyes shall behold her:
In that day shall zthe decree be far removed.
12 wIn that day also he shall come even to thee
And from dsea to sea, and from mountain to mountain.
15 pAccording to the days of thy coming out of the land of Egypt
pWill I shew unto him marvellous things.
16 The nations qshall see and be confounded at all their might:
They shall rlay their hand upon their mouth, their ears shall be deaf.
wThey shall be afraid of the Lord our God,
And shall fear because of thee.
cHe retaineth not his anger for ever,
Because dhe delighteth in mercy.
gHe will subdue our iniquities;
About King James Version
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