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Psalm 5:1 DBY

1 {To the chief Musician. Upon Nehiloth. A Psalm of David.} Give ear to my words, O Jehovah; consider my meditation.

References for Psalms 5:1

    • a 5:1 - Perhaps 'wind-instruments.'

      Study tools for Psalm 5:1

      • a 5:1 - Perhaps 'wind-instruments.'
      • b 5:3 - With the sense of 'waiting,' 'expecting.'
      • c 5:4 - Or 'the evil [man].'
      • d 5:5 - Or 'the boastful,' 'the arrogant,' as Ps. 73.3.
      • e 5:5 - The Hebrew word is used for 'mighty deeds,' 'achievements,' and is common in the Psalms: see Job 31.3; 34.8,22.
      • f 5:7 - Chesed: see Ps. 4.3.
      • g 5:7 - Or 'palace.'
      • h 5:7 - Or 'through.'
      • i 5:8 - Lit. 'straight.'
      • j 5:9 - 'Corrupt, depraved desires,' 'wickedness;' 'mischievous things,' Ps. 38.12: the word is plural.
      • k 5:9 - Lit. 'make smooth.'
      • l 5:12 - Here the larger shield, one which screened the whole body: 'buckler,' Ps. 35.2; 91.4.