63:9 And they who for desolation seek my soul, Go in to the lower parts of the earth.
63:10 They cause him to run on the edge of the sword, A portion for foxes they are.
63:11 And the king doth rejoice in God, Boast himself doth every one swearing by Him, But stopped is the mouth of those speaking lies!
64:1 To the Overseer. — A Psalm of David. Hear, O God, my voice, in my meditation, From the fear of an enemy Thou keepest my life,
64:2 Hidest me from the secret counsel of evil doers, From the tumult of workers of iniquity.
64:3 Who sharpened as a sword their tongue, They directed their arrow — a bitter word.
64:4 To shoot in secret places the perfect, Suddenly they shoot him, and fear not.
64:5 They strengthen for themselves an evil thing, They recount of the hiding of snares, They have said, `Who doth look at it?’
64:6 They search out perverse things, `We perfected a searching search,’ And the inward part of man, and the heart [are] deep.
64:7 And God doth shoot them [with] an arrow, Sudden have been their wounds,
64:8 And they cause him to stumble, Against them [is] their own tongue, Every looker on them fleeth away.
64:9 And all men fear, and declare the work of God, And His deed they have considered wisely.
64:10 The righteous doth rejoice in Jehovah, And hath trusted in Him, And boast themselves do all the upright of heart!
65:1 To the Overseer. — A Psalm of David. A Song. To Thee, silence — praise, O God, [is] in Zion, And to Thee is a vow completed.
65:2 Hearer of prayer, to Thee all flesh cometh.
65:3 Matters of iniquities were mightier than I, Our transgressions — Thou dost cover them.
65:4 O the happiness of [him whom] Thou choosest, And drawest near, he inhabiteth Thy courts, We are satisfied with the goodness of Thy house, Thy holy temple.
65:5 By fearful things in righteousness Thou answerest us, O God of our salvation, The confidence of all far off ends of earth and sea.
65:6 Establishing mountains by His power, He hath been girded with might,
65:7 Restraining the noise of seas, the noise of their billows, And the multitude of the peoples.
65:8 And the inhabitants of the uttermost parts From Thy signs are afraid, The outgoings of morning and evening Thou causest to sing.
65:9 Thou hast inspected the earth, and waterest it, Thou makest it very rich, the rivulet of God [is] full of water, Thou preparest their corn, When thus Thou dost prepare it,
65:10 Its ridges have been filled, Deepened hath been its furrow, With showers Thou dost soften it, Its springing up Thou blessest.