Psalm 5 is YAHSHUA speaking to YAH about believers

Psalm 5 is YAHSHUA speaking to YAH about the believers and the bad. YAHSHUA is the “the Righteous Man” in the last verse of the Psalm.

Green is for YAH

Red is for YAHSHUA

Blue is for believers

yellow is for bad

Psalm 5
For the Chief Musician, with the flutes. A Psalm by David.
(Son to Father)
5:1 Give ear to My words, YHVH.
Consider My meditation.
5:2 Listen to the voice of My cry,
My King and My ‘Elohiym;
for to You do I pray.
5:3 YHVH, in the morning You shall hear My voice.
In the morning I will lay My requests before You,
and will watch expectantly.
5:4 For You are not an ‘el who has pleasure in wickedness.
Evil can’t live with You.
You hate all workers of iniquity.
5:6 You will destroy those who speak lies.
YHVH abhors the bloodthirsty and deceitful man.
5:7 But as for Me, in the abundance of Your mercy
I will come into Your house.
I will bow toward Your holy temple in reverence of You.
5:8 Lead Me, YHVH, in Your righteousness
because of My enemies.
Make Your way straight before My face.
5:9 For there is no faithfulness in their mouth.
their heart is destruction.
their throat is an open tomb.
they flatter with their tongue.
5:10 Hold them guilty, ‘Elohiym.
Let them fall by their own counsels;
Thrust them out in the multitude of their transgressions,
for they have rebelled against You.
5:11 But let all those who take refuge in You rejoice,
Let them always shout for joy,
because You defend them.
Let them also who love Your Name be joyful in You.
5:12 For You will bless the Righteous Man.
YHVH, You will surround Him with favor
as with a shield.

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