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Dan 1 will judge 2 his people as one of the tribes of Israel.
Then he will judge 1 your people fairly, and your oppressed ones 2 equitably.
The Lord takes his position to judge; he stands up to pass sentence on his people. 1
It is by these that he judges 1 the nations and supplies food in abundance.
He judges the world fairly; he makes just legal decisions for the nations. 1
He summons the heavens above, as well as the earth, so that he might judge his people. 1
For the Lord vindicates 1 his people, and has compassion on his servants. 2
Open your mouth, judge in righteousness, 1 and plead the cause 2 of the poor and needy.
There is no one to plead your cause. There are no remedies for your wounds. 1 There is no healing for you.
But I will execute judgment on the nation that they will serve. 1 Afterward they will come out with many possessions.
The Lord judges the nations. 1 Vindicate me, Lord, because I am innocent, 2 because I am blameless, 3 O Exalted One! 4
Say among the nations, “The Lord reigns! The world is established, it cannot be moved. He judges the nations fairly.”
He executes judgment 1 against 2 the nations; he fills the valleys with corpses; 3 he shatters their heads over the vast battlefield. 4
He upheld the cause of the poor and needy. So things went well for Judah.’ 1 The Lord says, ‘That is a good example of what it means to know me.’ 2
So the Lord said, “My spirit will not remain in 1 humankind indefinitely, 2 since 3 they 4 are mortal. 5 They 6 will remain for 120 more years.” 7
Then Rachel said, “God has vindicated me. He has responded to my prayer 1 and given me a son.” That is why 2 she named him Dan. 3
The Lord will judge his people, and will change his plans concerning 1 his servants; when he sees that their power has disappeared, and that no one is left, whether confined or set free.
The Lord shatters 1 his adversaries; 2 he thunders against them from 3 the heavens. The Lord executes judgment to the ends of the earth. He will strengthen 4 his king and exalt the power 5 of his anointed one.” 6
For the music director, to be accompanied by stringed instruments; a well-written song 2 by David. It was written when the Ziphites came and informed Saul: “David is hiding with us.” 3 O God, deliver me by your name! 4 Vindicate me 5 by your power!
Whatever has happened was foreordained, 1 and what happens to a person 2 was also foreknown. It is useless for him to argue with God about his fate because God is more powerful than he is. 3