1 tn The pronoun refers back to “this oppressed man,” namely, the psalmist.
2 tn The Hebrew text uses the singular form; the representative or typical godly person is envisioned.
3 tn Or “trials.”
4 tn The Hebrew imperfect verbal form highlights the generalizing statement and draws attention to the fact that the
5 tn Heb “him,” agreeing with the singular form in the preceding line.