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Young's Literal Translation 1862



32:1Lo, for righteousness doth a king reign, As to princes, for judgment they rule.
32:2And each hath been as a hiding-place `from' wind, And as a secret hiding-place `from' inundation, As rivulets of waters in a dry place, As a shadow of a heavy rock in a weary land.
32:3And not dazzled are the eyes of beholders, And the ears of hearers do attend.
32:4And the heart of those hastened Understandeth to know, And the tongue of stammerers hasteth to speak clearly.
32:5A fool is no more called `noble,' And to a miser it is not said, `rich;'
32:6For a fool speaketh folly, And his heart doth iniquity, to do profanity, And to speak concerning Jehovah error, To empty the soul of the hungry, Yea, drink of the thirsty he causeth to lack.
32:7And the miser -- his instruments `are' evil, He hath counselled wicked devices, To corrupt the poor with lying sayings, Even when the needy speaketh justly.
32:8And the noble counselled noble things, And he for noble things riseth up.
32:9Women, easy ones, rise, hear my voice, Daughters, confident ones, give ear `to' my saying,
32:10Days and a year ye are troubled, O confident ones, For consumed hath been harvest, The gathering cometh not.
32:11Tremble ye women, ye easy ones, Be troubled, ye confident ones, Strip and make bare, with a girdle on the loins,
32:12For breasts they are lamenting, For fields of desire, for the fruitful vine.
32:13Over the ground of my people thorn -- brier goeth up, Surely over all houses of joy of the exulting city,
32:14Surely the palace hath been left, The multitude of the city forsaken, Fort and watch-tower hath been for dens unto the age, A joy of wild asses -- a pasture of herds;
32:15Till emptied out on us is the Spirit from on high, And a wilderness hath become a fruitful field, And the fruitful field for a forest is reckoned.
32:16And dwelt in the wilderness hath judgment, And righteousness in the fruitful field remaineth.
32:17And a work of the righteousness hath been peace, And a service of the righteousness -- Keeping quiet and confidence unto the age.
32:18And dwelt hath My people in a peaceful habitation, And in stedfast tabernacles, And in quiet resting-places.
32:19And it hath hailed in the going down of the forest, And in the valley is the city low.
32:20Happy `are' ye sowing by all waters, Sending forth the foot of the ox and the ass!
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."