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The godly bask in the light; the morally upright experience joy. 1
The hope 1 of the righteous is joy, but the expectation of the wicked will remain unfulfilled. 2
You make me happier 1 than those who have abundant grain and wine. 2
He makes the barren woman of the family 1 a happy mother of children. 2 Praise the Lord!
Deceit is in the heart of those who plot evil, 1 but those who promote peace 2 have joy.
Even in laughter the heart may ache, 1 and the end 2 of joy may be 3 grief.
Folly is a joy to one who lacks sense, 1 but one who has understanding 2 follows an upright course. 3
A person has joy 1 in giving an appropriate answer, 2 and a word at the right time 3 – how good it is!
Doing 1 justice brings 2 joy to the righteous and terror 3 to those who do evil.
The heart of the wise is in the house of mourning, but the heart of fools is in the house of merrymaking. 1
The entire assembly then decided to celebrate for seven more days; so they joyfully celebrated for seven more days.
Then you turned my lament into dancing; you removed my sackcloth and covered me with joy. 1
for there our captors ask us to compose songs; 1 those who mock us demand that we be happy, saying: 2 “Sing for us a song about Zion!” 3
The one who loves 1 pleasure 2 will be 3 a poor person; 4 whoever loves wine and anointing oil 5 will not be rich.
They howl in the streets because of what happened to the wine; 1 all joy turns to sorrow; 2 celebrations disappear from the earth. 3
The downtrodden will again rejoice in the Lord; the poor among humankind will take delight 1 in the Holy One of Israel. 2
Our food has been cut off right before our eyes! 1 There is no longer any joy or gladness in the temple of our God! 2
All the people followed him up, playing flutes and celebrating so loudly they made the ground shake. 1
The people were delighted with their donations, for they contributed to the Lord with a willing attitude; 1 King David was also very happy. 2
There was a great celebration in Jerusalem, unlike anything that had occurred in Jerusalem since the time of King Solomon son of David of Israel. 1