Yah, chastened me sore, But, unto death, did not deliver me.
as unknown, and yet well-known, as dying, and lo! we live, as disciplined, and yet not put to death,
But, being brought under judgment, by the Lord, are we being disciplined, lest, with the world, we should be condemned.
Now, therefore, the sword shall not depart from thy house, unto age-abiding times, - because thou hast despised me, and taken the wife of Uriah the Hittite to be thy wife.
And it came to pass, after this, that, Absolom, son of David, having a beautiful sister, whose name, was Tamar, Amnon son of David loved her.
Now, David, had passed on but a little from the summit, when lo! Ziba, servant of Mephibosheth, met him, - with a couple of asses saddled, and, upon them, two hundred cakes of bread, and one hundred cakes of raisins, and one hundred summer fruits, and a skin of wine.
Lo! how happy is the man whom God correcteth! Therefore, the chastening of the Almighty, do not thou refuse;
Then, uncovereth he the ear of men, and, on their correction, affixeth a seal;
For thou didst prove us, O God, Thou didst refine us, according to the refining of silver:
How happy the man whom thou correctest, O Yah! And whom, out of thy law, thou instructest!
The, chastening of Yahweh, my son, do not reject, nor loathe his rebuke;
To the roots of the mountains, went I down, As for the earth, her bars, were about me, age-abidingly, - Then didst thou bring up - out of the pit - my life, O Yahweh my God.
But, we ourselves, within ourselves, have had the sentence of death, that we might not rest our confidence upon ourselves, but upon God, who raiseth the dead,
For, they, indeed, for a few days, according to that which seemed good to them, were administering discipline; but, he, unto that which is profitable, with view to our partaking of his holiness: