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Psalm 34

34:1 By David, in his changing his behaviour before Abimelech, and he driveth him away, and he goeth. I do bless Jehovah at all times, Continually His praise [is] in my mouth. 34:2 In Jehovah doth my soul boast herself, Hear do the humble and rejoice. 34:3 Ascribe ye greatness to Jehovah with me, And we exalt His name together. 34:4 I sought Jehovah, and He answered me, And from all my fears did deliver me. 34:5 They looked expectingly unto Him, And they became bright, And their faces are not ashamed. 34:6 This poor [one] called, and Jehovah heard, And from all his distresses saved him. 34:7 A messenger of Jehovah is encamping, Round about those who fear Him, And He armeth them. 34:8 Taste ye and see that Jehovah [is] good, O the happiness of the man who trusteth in Him. 34:9 Fear Jehovah, ye His holy ones, For there is no lack to those fearing Him. 34:10 Young lions have lacked and been hungry, And those seeking Jehovah lack not any good,  34:11 Come ye, children, hearken to me, The fear of Jehovah I do teach you. 34:12 Who [is] the man that is desiring life Loving days to see good 34:13 Keep thy tongue from evil, And thy lips from speaking deceit. 34:14 Turn aside from evil and do good, Seek peace and pursue it. 34:15 The eyes of Jehovah [are] unto the righteous, And His ears unto their cry. 34:16 (The face of Jehovah [is] on doers of evil, To cut off from earth their memorial.) 34:17 They cried, and Jehovah heard, And from all their distresses delivered them. 34:18 Near [is] Jehovah to the broken of heart, And the bruised of spirit He saveth. 34:19 Many [are] the evils of the righteous, Out of them all doth Jehovah deliver him. 34:20 He is keeping all his bones, One of them hath not been broken. 34:21 Evil doth put to death the wicked, And those hating the righteous are desolate. 34:22 Jehovah redeemeth the soul of His servants, And none trusting in Him are desolate! 

Young's Literal Translation - Public Domain