Psalm 23 – Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)

Psalm 23 – Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)

(Psa 23:1) (Mizmor of Dovid). Hashem is my Ro’eh (Shepherd); I shall not lack.

(Psa 23:2) He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me beside the mei menuchot (tranquil waters).

(Psa 23:3) He restoreth my nefesh; He guideth me in the paths of tzedek l’ma’an Shmo (righteousness for the sake of His Name).

(Psa 23:4) Yea, though I walk through the Gey Tzalmavet (Valley of the Shadow of Death), I will fear no rah (evil); for Thou art with me; Thy shevet (rod) and Thy staff they comfort me.

(Psa 23:5) Thou preparest a shulchan before me in the presence of mine enemies: Thou anointest my head with shemen (olive oil); my kos runneth over.

(Psa 23:6) Surely tov and chesed shall follow me kol y’mei chaiyyai (all the days of my life): and I will dwell in the Bais Hashem l’orech yamim (for length of days, whole life).

 

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