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if 1 you have been ensnared 2 by the words you have uttered, 3 and have been caught by the words you have spoken,
He will yet 1 fill your mouth with laughter, 2 and your lips with gladness.
You do damage with words, 1 and use your tongue to deceive. 2
With my lips I proclaim all the regulations you have revealed. 1
Revive me with 1 your loyal love, that I might keep 2 the rules you have revealed. 3
“How long will you speak these things, 1 seeing 2 that the words of your mouth are like a great 3 wind? 4
Your sin inspires 1 your mouth; you choose the language 2 of the crafty. 3
Your own mouth condemns 1 you, not I; your own lips testify against 2 you.
Is it at your command 1 that the eagle soars, and builds its nest on high?
The law you have revealed is more important to me than thousands of pieces of gold and silver. 1
Let another 1 praise you, and not your own mouth; 2 someone else, 3 and not your own lips.
Open your mouth 1 on behalf of those unable to speak, 2 for the legal rights of all the dying. 3
Open your mouth, judge in righteousness, 1 and plead the cause 2 of the poor and needy.
So now go, and I will be with your mouth 1 and will teach you 2 what you must say.” 3
God says this to the evildoer: 1 “How can you declare my commands, and talk about my covenant? 2
I am the Lord, your God, the one who brought you out of the land of Egypt. Open your mouth wide and I will fill it!’
Let all the kings of the earth give thanks 1 to you, O Lord, when they hear the words you speak. 2
Do not rely on a friend; do not trust a companion! Don’t even share secrets with the one who lies in your arms! 1
You will oversee my household, and all my people will submit to your commands. 1 Only I, the king, will be greater than you. 2
“So you are to speak to him and put the words in his mouth. And as for me, I will be with your mouth 1 and with his mouth, 2 and I will teach you both 3 what you must do. 4