[b-hebrew] Psalms 86:11 "in truth"
pporta7 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 20 23:49:56 EST 2009
> As for the division of the text:
> For the first part - I had the first four words
> 2nd part- the remaining five words
> I seemed to have more of a natural rhythm to me this way.
> I just didn't want to build a translation around this if it is incorrect.
> (PP) I think it is clear that the verse has to be divided this way:
1. The first three words
2. The words 4 and 5
3. The remaining words
Every one of these three groups makes a small sentence and the sum of the
three sentences makes the entire verse.
Do you agree?
(Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)
> On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 1:28 AM, Pere Porta <pporta7 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Do you divide the verse this way:
>> 1. First part: the first three words
>> 2. Second part: the following two words
>> 3. Third part: the remaining four words?
>> or are your thinking of something else as for a division of verse into
>> small -but complete- sentences?
>> Remark that the text says: "Teach my, Lord, THY way". The word "emet" is
>> in construct because it took the suffix -kha and then no need of another
>> name in the absolute after it...
>> As for help look at (for pause) www.oham.net/out/S-t/S-t1314.html
>> and (for dynamic) at www.oham.net/out/S-t/S-t1312.html
>> Pere Porta
>> (Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)
>> On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 6:36 AM, John Butzu <jbutzu at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Greetings B-Hebrew!
>>> I have a few simple question that hopefully will not take long to
>>> Can someone please tell me how the sentence structure in Psalms 86:11
>>> should be read properly? Can this verse not imply the following: "Teach
>>> the way that I am to walk, Lord - *In thy truth *unite my heart to fear
>>> name." My question as you can see from the bold print is mainly centered
>>> around the later half of the sentence beginning with the noun "emet." Why
>>> does this word always seem to be grouped by translators with the first
>>> of this sentence and not the second? Is there something that I should
>>> about the Hebrew sentence structure here that I am missing? Also, why
>>> there nouns here in the contruct state that are not immediately followed
>>> another noun absolute or otherwise?
>>> Sorry but I am not sure how to properly do the transliteration and I
>>> seem to be able to copy the Hebrew from my software into this email.
>>> Thanks much in advance,
>>> John Butzu
>>> An independent seeker and lover of truth
>>> Fair Haven, Michigan
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