because he shakes his fist at God and vaunts himself against the Almighty,
Because he has stretched out his hand against God And conducts himself arrogantly against the Almighty.
For they have clenched their fists against God, defying the Almighty.
Because they insist on shaking their fists at God, defying God Almighty to his face,
Because his hand is stretched out against God, and his heart is lifted up against the Ruler of all,
Because they stretched out their hands against God, and bid defiance to the Almighty,
For he stretches out his hand against God, And acts defiantly against the Almighty,
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1 sn The symbol of the outstretched hand is the picture of attempting to strike someone, or shaking a fist at someone; it is a symbol of a challenge or threat (see Isa 5:25; 9:21; 10:4).
2 tn The Hitpael of גָּבַר (gavar) means “to act with might” or “to behave like a hero.” The idea is that the wicked boldly vaunts himself before the