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Can "good man" mean righteous in Psalm 37:23?

The first and most important thing to note about Ps 37:23 is that adjective "good" is absent in the Hebrew - it was added as an interpretation by the KJV translators. Here is a translation ...
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Is Psalm 74:10 referencing a generic enemy or a specific one?

In context this Psalm refers to a specific collective enemy of God. This is clear from the context. 4 Your foes roared triumphantly in the place of your assembly; they set up their own tokens of ...
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Is Psalm 74:10 referencing a generic enemy or a specific one?

thehistoryville says: In December 589 B.C., Nebuchadnezzar, the King of Babylon, invaded Jerusalem and began a siege against King Zedekiah of Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem. The siege lasted ...
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