To the chief musician on wind instruments, a Psalm of David
How happy the man godless guidance won′t walk, He won′t stand with sinners, sit with those who mock.
But rather the law of the Lord, his delight; He meditates in His law both day and night.
By water streams planted, he stands like a tree, That brings forth its fruit by its season’s decree.
Whose leaf will not wither, and it will survive; For all that he does, it shall prosper and thrive.
The godless and wicked don’t prosper and stay; For they are like chaff that the wind drives away.
Just so, the ungodly in judgment won′t rise; With righteous assembled, no sinners comprise.
The Lord knows the way of the righteous and just; The way of the wicked will vanish to dust.