while there is a window of opportunity. 2
it will not reach them. 5
32:7 You are my hiding place;
you protect me from distress.
You surround me with shouts of joy from those celebrating deliverance. 6 (Selah)
I will advise you as I look you in the eye. 9
2 tn Heb “at a time of finding.” This may mean, “while there is time to ‘find’ [the
3 tn The Hebrew term רַק (raq) occasionally has an asseverative force.
4 sn The surging water is here a metaphor for trouble that endangers one’s life.
6 tn Heb “[with] shouts of joy of deliverance you surround me.”
7 tn The second person pronominal forms in this verse are singular. The psalmist addresses each member of his audience individually (see also the note on the word “eye” in the next line). A less likely option (but one which is commonly understood) is that the
8 tn Heb “I will instruct you and I will teach you in the way [in] which you should walk.”
9 tn Heb “I will advise, upon you my eye,” that is, “I will offer advice [with] my eye upon you.” In 2 Chr 20:12 the statement “our eye is upon you” means that the speakers are looking to the