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Psalms 146:9

Context
NETBible

The Lord protects those residing outside their native land; he lifts up the fatherless and the widow, 1  but he opposes the wicked. 2 

XREF

De 10:18,19; De 16:11; 2Sa 15:31; 2Sa 17:23; Es 5:14; Es 7:10; Es 9:25; Job 5:12-14; Ps 18:26; Ps 68:5; Ps 83:13-17; Ps 145:20; Ps 147:6; Pr 4:19; Pr 15:25; Jer 49:11; Ho 14:3; Mal 3:5; 1Co 3:19; Jas 1:27

NET © Notes

sn God is depicted here as a just ruler. In the ancient Near Eastern world a king was responsible for promoting justice, including caring for the weak and vulnerable, epitomized by resident aliens, the fatherless, and widows.

tn Heb “he makes the way of the wicked twisted.” The “way of the wicked” probably refers to their course of life (see Prov 4:19; Jer 12:1). God makes their path tortuous in the sense that he makes them pay the harmful consequences of their actions.



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