Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
When my spirit was overwhelmed within me, then thou knewest my path. In the way wherein I walked have they privily laid a snare for me.
Like water, am I poured out, and, put out of joint, are all my bones, - My heart, hath become, like wax, it is melted in the midst of my body;
From the end of the earth, unto thee do I cry, When my heart fainteth away, Unto a rock that is higher than I, wilt thou lead me.
Smitten like herbage, so is my heart dried up, For I have forgotten to eat my food.
And he taketh Peter and James and John with him, and began to be exceedingly amazed, and in great distress;
For Yahweh doth acknowledge the way of the righteous; but, the way of the lawless, shall vanish.
Thou hast tested my heart, hast made inspection by night, hast refined me until thou couldst find nothing, Had I devised evil, my mouth should not have transgressed:
Thou, hast observed my downsitting and mine uprising, Thou hast given heed to my desire, from afar:
But, he, knoweth the way that I choose, Having tried me, as gold, I shall come forth.
In the way
Wilt thou bring me forth, out of the net which they have hidden for me? For, thou, art my refuge.
For, without cause, have they hid for me, in a ditch, their net, - Without cause, have they digged a pit for my life.
They stir up strife - they lie hid, They, mark my steps, - Seeing they have waited for my life.
The proud have hidden a snare for me, and, cords, have they spread as a net beside the track, Snares, have they set for me. Selah.
Keep me out of the clutches of the trap they have set for me, and the snares of the workers of iniquity.
Let there be heard a cry out of their houses, When thou shalt bring in upon them a troop, suddenly, - Because they digged a pit to capture me, And snares, did they hide for my feet.
Then, went the Pharisees and took, counsel, that they might ensnare him, in discourse.