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Who can really fathom the intensity of your anger? 1 Your raging fury causes people to fear you. 2
Scatter abroad 1 the abundance 2 of your anger. Look at every proud man 3 and bring him low;
Pour out your judgment 1 on them! May your raging anger 2 overtake them!
You withdrew all your fury; you turned back from your raging anger. 1
Will you stay mad at us forever? Will you remain angry throughout future generations? 1
“O that 1 you would hide me in Sheol, 2 and conceal me till your anger has passed! 3 O that you would set me a time 4 and then remember me! 5
The depths 1 of the sea 2 were exposed; the inner regions 3 of the world were uncovered by 4 your battle cry, 5 Lord, by the powerful breath from your nose. 6
A well-written song 2 by Asaph. Why, O God, have you permanently rejected us? 3 Why does your anger burn 4 against the sheep of your pasture?
You are awesome! Yes, you! Who can withstand your intense anger? 1
At that time 1 you will say: “I praise you, O Lord, for even though you were angry with me, your anger subsided, and you consoled me.
I put a ring in your nose, earrings on your ears, and a beautiful crown on your head.
Your neck is like a tower made of ivory. 1 Your eyes are the pools in Heshbon by the gate of Bath-Rabbim. 2 Your nose is like the tower of Lebanon overlooking Damascus.
I want 1 to climb the palm tree, 2 and take hold of its fruit stalks. May your breasts be like the clusters of grapes, 3 and may the fragrance of your breath be like apricots! 4
I said, 1 “Lord, you know how I suffer. 2 Take thought of me and care for me. Pay back for me those who have been persecuting me. Do not be so patient with them that you allow them to kill me. Be mindful of how I have put up with their insults for your sake.
ש (Sin/Shin) The young boys and old men lie dead on the ground in the streets. My young women 1 and my young men have fallen by the sword. You killed them when you were angry; 2 you slaughtered them without mercy. 3
Is the Lord mad at the rivers? Are you angry with the rivers? Are you enraged at the sea? 1 Is this why 2 you climb into your horse-drawn chariots, 3 your victorious chariots? 4
Then Judah approached him and said, “My lord, please allow your servant to speak a word with you. 1 Please do not get angry with your servant, 2 for you are just like Pharaoh. 3
But Moses sought the favor 1 of the Lord his God and said, “O Lord, why does your anger burn against your people, whom you have brought out from the land of Egypt with great power and with a mighty hand?
Why 1 should the Egyptians say, 2 ‘For evil 3 he led them out to kill them in the mountains and to destroy 4 them from the face of the earth’? Turn from your burning anger, and relent 5 of this evil against your people.
Gideon said to God, “Please do not get angry at me, when I ask for just one more sign. 1 Please allow me one more test with the fleece. This time make only the fleece dry, while the ground around it is covered with dew.” 2