1 tn Heb “my hope, for you it [is].”
2 tn The perfect verbal form is here used rhetorically to indicate that the action is certain to take place (the so-called perfect of certitude).
3 tn Heb “he will redeem in peace my life from [those who] draw near to me.”
4 tn Or “for.”
5 tn Heb “among many they are against me.” For other examples of the preposition עִמָּד (’immad) used in the sense of “at, against,” see HALOT 842 s.v.; BDB 767 s.v.; IBHS 219 §11.2.14b.