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Young's Literal Translation 1862



26:1In that day sung is this song in the land of Judah: `We have a strong city, Salvation He doth make walls and bulwark.
26:2Open ye the gates, that enter may a righteous nation, Preserving stedfastness.
26:3An imagination supported Thou fortifiest peace -- peace! For in Thee it is confident.
26:4Trust ye in Jehovah for ever, For in Jah Jehovah `is' a rock of ages,
26:5For He bowed down the dwellers on high, A city set on high He maketh low, He maketh it low unto the earth, He causeth it to come unto the dust,
26:6Tread it down doth a foot, Feet of the poor -- steps of the weak.
26:7The path for the righteous `is' uprightness, O upright One, The path of the righteous Thou dost ponder.
26:8Also, `in' the path of Thy judgments, O Jehovah, we have waited `for' Thee, To Thy name and to Thy remembrance `Is' the desire of the soul.
26:9`With' my soul I desired Thee in the night, Also, `with' my spirit within me I seek Thee earnestly, For when Thy judgments `are' on the earth, The inhabitants of the world have learned righteousness.
26:10The wicked findeth favour, He hath not learned righteousness, In a land of straightforwardness he dealeth perversely, And seeth not the excellency of Jehovah.
26:11O Jehovah, high `is' Thy hand -- they see not, They see the zeal of the people, and are ashamed, Also, the fire -- Thine adversaries, consumeth them.
26:12O Jehovah, Thou appointest peace to us, For, all our works also Thou hast wrought for us.
26:13O Jehovah our God, lords have ruled us besides Thee, Only, by Thee we make mention of Thy name.
26:14Dead -- they live not, Rephaim, they rise not, Therefore Thou hast inspected and dost destroy them, Yea, thou destroyest all their memory.
26:15Thou hast added to the nation, O Jehovah, Thou hast added to the nation, Thou hast been honoured, Thou hast put far off all the ends of earth.
26:16O Jehovah, in distress they missed Thee, They have poured out a whisper, Thy chastisement `is' on them.
26:17When a pregnant woman cometh near to the birth, She is pained -- she crieth in her pangs, So we have been from Thy face, O Jehovah.
26:18We have conceived, we have been pained. We have brought forth as it were wind, Salvation we do not work in the earth, Nor do the inhabitants of the world fall.
26:19`Thy dead live -- My dead body they rise. Awake and sing, ye dwellers in the dust, For the dew of herbs `is' thy dew, And the land of Rephaim thou causest to fall.
26:20Come, My people, enter into thy inner chambers, And shut thy doors behind thee, Hide thyself shortly a moment till the indignation pass over.
26:21For, lo, Jehovah is coming out of His place, To charge the iniquity of the inhabitant of the earth upon him, And revealed hath the earth her blood, Nor doth she cover any more her slain!'
Young's Literal Translation 1862

Young's Literal Translation 1862

Young's Literal Translation is a translation of the Bible into English, published in 1862. The translation was made by Robert Young, compiler of Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible and Concise Critical Comments on the New Testament. Young used the Textus Receptus and the Majority Text as the basis for his translation. He wrote in the preface to the first edition, "It has been no part of the Translator's plan to attempt to form a New Hebrew or Greek Text--he has therefore somewhat rigidly adhered to the received ones."