Psalm 9 9 esv

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1I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart;
I will recount all of your wonderful deeds.
2I will be glad and exult in you;
I will sing praise to your name, O Most High.

3When my enemies turn back,
they stumble and perish before your presence.
4For you have maintained my just cause;
you have sat on the throne, giving righteous judgment.

5You have rebuked the nations; you have made the wicked perish;
you have blotted out their name forever and ever.
6The enemy came to an end in everlasting ruins;
their cities you rooted out;
the very memory of them has perished.

7But the Lord sits enthroned forever;
he has established his throne for justice,
8and he judges the world with righteousness;
he judges the peoples with uprightness.

9The Lord is a stronghold for the oppressed,
a stronghold in times of trouble.
10And those who know your name put their trust in you,
for you, O Lord, have not forsaken those who seek you.

11Sing praises to the Lord, who sits enthroned in Zion!
Tell among the peoples his deeds!
12For he who avenges blood is mindful of them;
he does not forget the cry of the afflicted.

13Be gracious to me, O Lord!
See my affliction from those who hate me,
O you who lift me up from the gates of death,
14that I may recount all your praises,
that in the gates of the daughter of Zion
I may rejoice in your salvation.

15The nations have sunk in the pit that they made;
in the net that they hid, their own foot has been caught.
16The Lord has made himself known; he has executed judgment;
the wicked are snared in the work of their own hands.

17The wicked shall return to Sheol,
all the nations that forget God.

18For the needy shall not always be forgotten,
and the hope of the poor shall not perish forever.

19Arise, O Lord! Let not man prevail;
let the nations be judged before you!
20Put them in fear, O Lord!
Let the nations know that they are but men!


Footnotes:
1 Psalms 9 and 10 together follow an acrostic pattern, each stanza beginning with the successive letters of the Hebrew alphabet. In the Septuagint they form one psalm
1 Probably a musical or liturgical term
3 Or because of
16 Probably a musical or liturgical term
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English Standard Version
The LORD is a stronghold for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble.

American Standard Version
Jehovah also will be a high tower for the oppressed, A high tower in times of trouble;

Berean Study Bible
The LORD is a refuge for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble.

Douay-Rheims Bible
And the Lord is become a refuge for the poor: a helper in due time in tribulation.

English Revised Version
The LORD also will be a high tower for the oppressed, a high tower in times of trouble;

King James Bible
The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.

World English Bible
Yahweh will also be a high tower for the oppressed; a high tower in times of trouble.

Young's Literal Translation
And Jehovah is a tower for the bruised, A tower for times of adversity.

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Psalm 9:9 — The New International Version (NIV)

9 The Lord is a refuge for the oppressed,

a stronghold in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — King James Version (KJV 1900)

9 The Lord also will be a refuge for the oppressed,

A refuge in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — New Living Translation (NLT)

9 The Lord is a shelter for the oppressed,

a refuge in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — The New King James Version (NKJV)

9 The Lord also will be a refuge for the oppressed,

A refuge in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — New Century Version (NCV)

9 The Lord defends those who suffer;

he defends them in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — American Standard Version (ASV 1901)

9 Jehovah also will be a high tower for the oppressed,

A high tower in times of trouble;

Psalm 9:9 — 1890 Darby Bible (DARBY)

9 And Jehovah will be a refuge to the oppressed one, a refuge in times of distress.

Psalm 9:9 — GOD’S WORD Translation (GW)

9 The Lord is a stronghold for the oppressed,

a stronghold in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — The Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB)

9 The Lord is a refuge for the oppressed,

a refuge in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV)

9 The Lord is a stronghold for the oppressed,

a stronghold in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — The Lexham English Bible (LEB)

9 And Yahweh will be a stronghold for the oppressed,

a stronghold in times of distress.

Psalm 9:9 — New International Reader’s Version (NIrV)

9 The Lord is a place of safety for those who have been beaten down.

He keeps them safe in times of trouble.

Psalm 9:9 — New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update (NASB95)

9 The Lord also will be a stronghold for the oppressed,

A stronghold in times of trouble;


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God's faithfulness to His own, and the fate of the wicked.

This Psalm is an acrostic, with successive verses, or part verses, beginning with successive Hebrew letters (see note at Ps 10). Other acrostic psalms; 10; 25; 34; 37; 111; 112; 145.

v1-2: The conscious decision to praise God; a decision of the will as well as an experience of the emotions. We do not just drift into praise, but we choose to praise, as in Ps 34.1; even so, it is from the heart and full of feeling. We praise God for what He has done, "all His wonders."

v3: When the enemy attacks, we find that God is faithful. It is His right to judge the wicked, Ps 7.6-8. Whilst they may be victorious over frail man, they can never gain victory over God.

v4: God's justice also means that the righteous are vindicated. He makes a distinction between the righteous and the wicked.

v5-6: Destruction upon the wicked, eternal judgment from the eternal God, such that past enemies are gone and forgotten. The experience of Rev 21.4, no more mourning, crying, or pain, must include our memory of past sorrows.

v7-8: In contrast to the wicked, God will endure. The enemy of God is a fool, for he can never win. Judgment and righteousness and justice; the Judge of all the earth will always do right. A man may disagree with the ways of God, but he can never find imperfection in God, nor injustice. God will always 'minister true judgement,' as one translation puts v8. This is a theme of the Psalms (Ps 68.5; 72.2; 82.2-3.). The Divine Judge is the defender and rescuer and champion, whose character and work is reflected in the Book of Judges.

v9-10: The Lord knows His sheep. He brings help, for He is the refuge of the oppressed. His people do endure times of trouble; His people trust in Him and seek Him; and He will never forsake them.

v11: The Lord's place among His people, enthroned as king in Zion; higher than any king appointed by man. We take encouragement in proclaiming His deeds amongst the people.

v12: He remembers His own, as He acts in judgment, He cannot forget His own people.

v13-14: The testimony of those who enjoy God's salvation. David himself was taken from the gates of death to the gates of praise and glory (compare 1 Sam 20.3). The testimony of one man brings encouragement to others. One important lesson from the psalms is that God's people must speak what God has done.

v15-17: The Lord destroys those who oppose Him, as in Ps 2. The schemes of the wicked turn against them, as with Haman (in Esth). Similar words are used to describe the fate of nations (here), and the fate of individuals, Ps 7.15-16.

v18: The needs and afflicted among God's people are neither forgotten nor forsaken.

v19-20: David's prayer, that God's justice be seen, that the nations, however mighty, might see that they are but men. In God's presence the wicked meet judgment, not salvation.

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9 esv 9 psalm

In You Do I Take Refuge

AlShiggaionofDavid,whichhesangtotheLordconcerningthewordsofCush,aBenjaminite.

OLordmyGod,inyoudoImtakerefuge;

nsavemefromallmypursuersanddeliverme,

lestlikeoaliontheytearmysoulapart,

rendingitinpieces,withpnonetodeliver.

OLordmyGod,qifIhavedonethis,

ifthereisrwronginmyhands,

ifIhaverepaidsmyfriendwithevil

ortplunderedmyenemywithoutcause,

lettheenemypursuemysoulandovertakeit,

andlethimutramplemylifetotheground

andlaymygloryinthedust.Selah

vArise,OLord,inyouranger;

wliftyourselfupagainstthefuryofmyenemies;

xawakeforme;youhaveappointedajudgment.

Lettheassemblyofthepeoplesbegatheredaboutyou;

overitreturnonhigh.

TheLordyjudgesthepeoples;

zjudgeme,OLord,accordingtomyrighteousness

andaccordingtotheintegritythatisinme.

Oh,lettheevilofthewickedcometoanend,

andmayyouestablishtherighteous

youwhoatestbthemindsandhearts,

OrighteousGod!

10 MyshieldiscwithGod,

whosavesdtheuprightinheart.

11 Godisearighteousjudge,

andaGodwhofeelsfindignationeveryday.

12 Ifamandoesnotrepent,Godwillgwhethissword;

hehashbentandireadiedhisbow;

13 hehaspreparedforhimhisdeadlyweapons,

makinghisjarrowskfieryshafts.

14 Behold,thewickedmanlconceivesevil

andislpregnantwithmischief

andgivesbirthtolies.

15 Hemakesmapit,diggingitout,

andfallsintotheholethathehasmade.

16 Hisnmischiefreturnsuponhisownhead,

andonhisownskullhisviolencedescends.

17 IwillgivetotheLordthethanksduetohisrighteousness,

andIwillosingpraisetothenameoftheLord,theMostHigh.

How Majestic Is Your Name

Tothechoirmaster:accordingtoThepGittith.APsalmofDavid.

OLord,ourLord,

howmajesticisyourqnameinalltheearth!

Youhavesetyourrgloryabovetheheavens.

sOutofthemouthofbabiesandinfants,

youhaveestablishedtstrengthbecauseofyourfoes,

tostillutheenemyandtheavenger.

WhenIvlookatyourheavens,theworkofyourwfingers,

themoonandthestars,xwhichyouhavesetinplace,

ywhatismanthatyouarezmindfulofhim,

andathesonofmanthatyoubcareforhim?

Yetyouhavemadehimalittlelowerthanctheheavenlybeings

andcrownedhimwithdgloryandhonor.

Youhavegivenhimedominionovertheworksofyourhands;

fyouhaveputallthingsunderhisfeet,

allsheepandoxen,

andalsothebeastsofthefield,

thebirdsoftheheavens,andthefishofthesea,

whateverpassesalongthepathsoftheseas.

OLord,ourLord,

howmajesticisyournameinalltheearth!

I Will Recount Your Wonderful Deeds

Tothechoirmaster:accordingtoMuth-labben.APsalmofDavid.

IwillgivethankstotheLordwithmywholeheart;

Iwillrecountallofyourgwonderfuldeeds.

Iwillbegladandhexultinyou;

Iwillisingpraisetoyourname,jOMostHigh.

Whenmyenemiesturnback,

theystumbleandperishbeforeyourpresence.

Foryouhavekmaintainedmyjustcause;

youhavelsatonthethrone,givingrighteousjudgment.

Youhavemrebukedthenations;youhavemadethewickedperish;

youhavenblottedouttheirnameforeverandever.

Theenemycametoanendineverlastingruins;

theircitiesyourootedout;

theverymemoryofthemhasperished.

ButtheLordsitsenthronedforever;

hehasestablishedhisthroneforjustice,

andheojudgestheworldwithrighteousness;

hepjudgesthepeopleswithuprightness.

TheLordisqastrongholdforrtheoppressed,

astrongholdinstimesoftrouble.

10 Andthosewhotknowyournameputtheirtrustinyou,

foryou,OLord,havenotforsakenthosewhoseekyou.

11 SingpraisestotheLord,whousitsenthronedinZion!

Tellamongthepeopleshisvdeeds!

12 Forhewhowavengesbloodismindfulofthem;

hexdoesnotforgetthecryoftheafflicted.

13 yBegracioustome,OLord!

Seemyafflictionfromthosewhohateme,

Oyouwholiftmeupfromzthegatesofdeath,

14 thatImayrecountallyourpraises,

thatinthegatesofathedaughterofZion

Imaybrejoiceinyoursalvation.

15 Thenationshavesunkincthepitthattheymade;

indthenetthattheyhid,theirownfoothasbeencaught.

16 TheLordhasmadehimselfeknown;hehasexecutedjudgment;

thewickedaresnaredintheworkoftheirownhands.Higgaion.Selah

17 ThewickedshallfreturntoSheol,

allthenationsthatgforgetGod.

18 Fortheneedyshallnotalwaysbeforgotten,

andhthehopeofthepoorshallnotperishforever.

19 iArise,OLord!Letnotjmanprevail;

letthenationsbejudgedbeforeyou!

20 Puttheminfear,OLord!

Letthenationsknowthattheyarebutjmen!Selah

Why Do You Hide Yourself?

10 Why,OLord,doyoustandkfaraway?

Whyldoyouhideyourselfinmtimesoftrouble?

Inarrogancethewickedhotlypursuethepoor;

letthemnbecaughtintheschemesthattheyhavedevised.

Forthewickedoboastsofthedesiresofhissoul,

andtheonegreedyforgainpcursesandqrenouncestheLord.

Intheprideofhisfacethewickeddoesnotqseekhim;

allhisthoughtsare,rThereisnoGod.

Hiswaysprosperatalltimes;

yourjudgmentsareonhigh,soutofhissight;

asforallhisfoes,hetpuffsatthem.

Heusaysinhisheart,Ishallnotbemoved;

throughoutallgenerationsIvshallnotmeetadversity.

wHismouthisfilledwithcursingandxdeceitandyoppression;

zunderhistongueareamischiefandbiniquity.

Hesitsinambushinthevillages;

inchidingplaceshemurderstheinnocent.

Hiseyesstealthilywatchforthehelpless;

helurksinambushlikedalioninhisethicket;

heflurksthathemayseizethepoor;

heseizesthepoorwhenhedrawshimintohisgnet.

10 Thehelplessarecrushed,sinkdown,

andfallbyhismight.

11 Hesaysinhisheart,Godhasforgotten,

hehashhiddenhisface,heiwillneverseeit.

12 jArise,OLord;OGod,kliftupyourhand;

lforgetnottheafflicted.

13 WhydoesthewickedmrenounceGod

andsayinhisheart,Youwillnotncalltoaccount?

14 Butyoudosee,foryouonotemischiefandvexation,

thatyoumaytakeitintoyourhands;

toyouthehelplesspcommitshimself;

youhavebeenqthehelperofthefatherless.

15 rBreakthearmofthewickedandevildoer;

scallhiswickednesstoaccounttillyoufindnone.

16 tTheLordiskingforeverandever;

theunationsperishfromhisland.

17 OLord,youhearthedesireoftheafflicted;

youwillvstrengthentheirheart;youwillinclineyourear

18 towdojusticetothefatherlessandxtheoppressed,

sothatymanwhoisoftheearthmaystriketerrornomore.

The Lord Is in His Holy Temple

Tothechoirmaster.OfDavid.

11 IntheLordItakerefuge;

howcanyousaytomysoul,

zFleelikeabirdtoyourmountain,

forbehold,thewickedabendthebow;

btheyhavefittedtheirarrowtothestring

toshootinthedarkattheuprightinheart;

ifcthefoundationsaredestroyed,

whatcantherighteousdo?

dTheLordisinhisholytemple;

theLord’sethroneisinheaven;

hiseyessee,hiseyelidsftestthechildrenofman.

TheLordgteststherighteous,

buthhissoulhatesthewickedandtheonewholovesviolence.

Lethimraincoalsonthewicked;

ifireandsulfurandascorchingwindshallbejtheportionoftheircup.

FortheLordisrighteous;

heklovesrighteousdeeds;

ltheuprightshallbeholdhisface.

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Psalm 9 (Live) – David Forlu - Hymn Melodies

Psalm 9

I Will Recount Your Wonderful Deeds

To the choirmaster: according to Muth-labben. A Psalm of David.

1 I will give thanks to the LORD with my whole heart; I will recount all of your 1wonderful deeds.

2 I will be glad and 2exult in you; I will 3sing praise to your name, 4O Most High.

3 When my enemies turn back, they stumble and perish before your presence.

4 For you have 5maintained my just cause; you have 6sat on the throne, giving righteous judgment.

5 You have 7rebuked the nations; you have made the wicked perish; you have 8blotted out their name forever and ever.

6 The enemy came to an end in everlasting ruins; their cities you rooted out; the very memory of them has perished.

7 But the LORD sits enthroned forever; he has established his throne for justice,

8 and he 9judges the world with righteousness; he 10judges the peoples with uprightness.

9 The LORD is 11a stronghold for 12the oppressed, a stronghold in 13times of trouble.

10 And those who 14know your name put their trust in you, for you, O LORD, have not forsaken those who seek you.

11 Sing praises to the LORD, who 15sits enthroned in Zion! Tell among the peoples his 16deeds!

12 For he who 17avenges blood is mindful of them; he 18does not forget the cry of the afflicted.

1319Be gracious to me, O LORD! See my affliction from those who hate me, O you who lift me up from 20the gates of death,

14 that I may recount all your praises, that in the gates of 21the daughter of Zion I may 22rejoice in your salvation.

15 The nations have sunk in 23the pit that they made; in 24the net that they hid, their own foot has been caught.

16 The LORD has made himself 25known; he has executed judgment; the wicked are snared in the work of their own hands. Higgaion. Selah

17 The wicked shall 26return to Sheol, all the nations that 27forget God.

18 For the needy shall not always be forgotten, and 28the hope of the poor shall not perish forever.

1929Arise, O LORD! Let not 30man prevail; let the nations be judged before you!

20 Put them in fear, O LORD! Let the nations know that they are but 31men! Selah

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