25:4 Make me understand your ways, O Lord!
Teach me your paths! 1
25:5 Guide me into your truth 2 and teach me.
For you are the God who delivers me;
on you I rely all day long.
25:9 May he show 3 the humble what is right! 4
May he teach 5 the humble his way!
25:12 The Lord shows his faithful followers
the way they should live. 6
1 sn Teach me your paths. In this context the
2 sn The
3 tn The prefixed verbal form is jussive; the psalmist expresses his prayer.
4 tn Heb “may he guide the humble into justice.” The Hebrew term עֲנָוִים (’anavim, “humble”) usually refers to the oppressed, but in this context, where the psalmist confesses his sin and asks for moral guidance, it apparently refers to sinners who humble themselves before God and seek deliverance from their sinful condition.
5 tn The prefixed verbal form is interpreted as a jussive (it stands parallel to the jussive form, “may he guide”).
6 tn Heb “Who is this man, the one who fears the