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Brenton's Septuagint (LXX) - Holy Name KJV

Psalms of Solomon{gr.Psalmoi Solomontos} 2

2:1 [[A Psalm of Solomon concerning Jerusalem.]] In his arrogance the sinner broke down the strong walls with a battering ram and you did not prevent [it].

2:2 Gentile foreigners went up to your altar; they arrogantly trampled [it] with their sandals

2:3 because the sons of Jerusalem defiled the sanctuary of the Lord; they were profaning the offerings of God with lawless acts;

2:4 Because of these things he said, "Remove them far from me; I am not pleased with them."

2:5 The beauty of her glory was despised before God; it was totally dishonored:

2:6 the sons and the daughters in painful captivity, their neck in a seal, in (a place) visible among the gentiles.

2:7 According to their sins He did to them this: He abandoned them to the hands of those who prevailed.

2:8 For He turned away his face from mercy toward them, young and old and their children, once again, for they committed evil acts once again by not listening.

2:9 And the heavens were weighed down, and the earth detested them, for no one on it had done what they did.

2:10 And the earth will recognize: all your judgments [are] righteous, o God.

2:11 They exposed the sons of Jerusalem for mockery because of prostitutes in her. Everyone passing by entered in under the sun.

2:12 They mocked their lawless actions just as they used to do: under the sun they held up their unrighteousness to contempt.

2:13 And the daughters of Jerusalem were impure according to your judgments, because they made themselves defiled with improper intercourse.

2:14 I suffer in my heart and in my belly over these things.

2:15 I shall prove you right, o God, in uprightness of heart; for in your judgments is your righteousness, o God.

2:16 For you rewarded the sinners according to their deeds and according to their extremely wicked sins.

2:17 You revealed their sins so that your judgment might be evident; You obliterated the memory of them from the earth.

2:18 God is a righteous judge and He will not flatter.

2:19 For the gentiles insulted Jerusalem, trampling [her] down, her beauty was dragged from the throne of glory.

2:20 She girded [herself] with sackcloth instead of clothes of beauty, a rope around her head instead of a crown.

2:21 She took off the snood of glory which God put on her, her beauty was thrown to the earth in dishonor.

2:22 And I saw and I pleaded God's face and said: Let it be sufficient, Lord, to make your hand heavy on Jerusalem by the invasion of gentiles.

2:23 For they mocked [her] and did not spare in rage and in implacable anger, and they will be over unless you, Lord, censure them in your anger.

2:24 For they did not act of zeal, but in lust of soul, to pour out their rage against us in plunder.

2:25 Do not delay, o God, to repay to them on heads; to declare the arrogance of the dragon as dishonor.

2:26 And I did not wait long until God showed me his arrogance pierced on the mountains of Egypt, more set at naught than the smallest thing on earth and sea.

2:27 His body was carried about on the waves in much ignominy and there was no one to bury [it], for [God] had disdained him with contempt.

2:28 He did not consider that he was a man, and he did not consider what [comes] thereafter.

2:29 He said: "I shall be lord of land and sea"; and he did not recognize that it is God who is great, powerful in his great strength.

2:30 He is the king over the heavens, judging kings and rulers,

2:31 the One raising me up to glory, but putting to sleep the arrogant for eternal destruction in dishonor, because they did not know Him.

2:32 And now, magnate of the earth, see the judgment of the Lord, that He is a great and righteous king, judging what is under heaven.

2:33 Praise God, you who fear the Lord with understanding, for the Lord's mercy is upon those who fear Him along with the judgment

2:34 in order to separate between the righteous and the sinner and to repay sinners forever according to their actions,

2:35 and to have mercy on the righteous [protecting him] from the humiliation of the sinner, and to repay the sinner for what he has done to the righteous.

2:36 For the Lord is good to those who call upon him with patience to treat his saints according to his mercy, to make them stand always before Him in strength.

2:37 Praised [be] the Lord forever before his servants.

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