Psa. 31:13 KJV (With Strong’s)

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For I have heard
shama` (Hebrew #8085)
to hear intelligently (often with implication of attention, obedience, etc.; causatively, to tell, etc.)
KJV usage: X attentively, call (gather) together, X carefully, X certainly, consent, consider, be content, declare, X diligently, discern, give ear, (cause to, let, make to) hear(-ken, tell), X indeed, listen, make (a) noise, (be) obedient, obey, perceive, (make a) proclaim(-ation), publish, regard, report, shew (forth), (make a) sound, X surely, tell, understand, whosoever (heareth), witness.
Pronounce: shaw-mah'
Origin: a primitive root
the slander
dibbah (Hebrew #1681)
slander
KJV usage: defaming, evil report, infamy, slander.
Pronounce: dib-baw'
Origin: from 1680 (in the sense of furtive motion)
of many
rab (Hebrew #7227)
abundant (in quantity, size, age, number, rank, quality)
KJV usage: (in) abound(-undance, -ant, -antly), captain, elder, enough, exceedingly, full, great(-ly, man, one), increase, long (enough, (time)), (do, have) many(-ifold, things, a time), ((ship-))master, mighty, more, (too, very) much, multiply(-tude), officer, often(-times), plenteous, populous, prince, process (of time), suffice(-lent).
Pronounce: rab
Origin: by contracted from 7231
: fear
magowr (Hebrew #4032)
from 1481 in the sense of fearing; a fright (objective or subjective)
KJV usage: fear, terror. Compare 4036.
Pronounce: maw-gore'
Origin: or (Lam. 2:22) maguwr {maw-goor'}
was on every side
cabiyb (Hebrew #5439)
from 5437; (as noun) a circle, neighbour, or environs; but chiefly (as adverb, with or without preposition) around
KJV usage: (place, round) about, circuit, compass, on every side.
Pronounce: saw-beeb'
Origin: or (feminine) cbiybah {seb-ee-baw'}
: while they took counsel
yacad (Hebrew #3245)
to set (literally or figuratively); intensively, to found; reflexively, to sit down together, i.e. settle, consult
KJV usage: appoint, take counsel, establish, (lay the, lay for a) found(-ation), instruct, lay, ordain, set, X sure.
Pronounce: yaw-sad'
Origin: a primitive root
together
yachad (Hebrew #3162)
properly, a unit, i.e. (adverb) unitedly
KJV usage: alike, at all (once), both, likewise, only, (al-)together, withal.
Pronounce: yakh'-ad
Origin: from 3161
against me, they devised
zamam (Hebrew #2161)
to plan, usually in a bad sense
KJV usage: consider, devise, imagine, plot, purpose, think (evil).
Pronounce: zaw-mam'
Origin: a primitive root
to take away
laqach (Hebrew #3947)
to take (in the widest variety of applications)
KJV usage: accept, bring, buy, carry away, drawn, fetch, get, infold, X many, mingle, place, receive(-ing), reserve, seize, send for, take (away, -ing, up), use, win.
Pronounce: law-kakh'
Origin: a primitive root
my life
nephesh (Hebrew #5315)
properly, a breathing creature, i.e. animal of (abstractly) vitality; used very widely in a literal, accommodated or figurative sense (bodily or mental)
KJV usage: any, appetite, beast, body, breath, creature, X dead(-ly), desire, X (dis-)contented, X fish, ghost, + greedy, he, heart(-y), (hath, X jeopardy of) life (X in jeopardy), lust, man, me, mind, mortally, one, own, person, pleasure, (her-, him-, my-, thy-)self, them (your)-selves, + slay, soul, + tablet, they, thing, (X she) will, X would have it.
Pronounce: neh'-fesh
Origin: from 5314
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I have.
Psa. 55:10• 10Day and night they go about it upon the walls thereof; and iniquity and mischief are in the midst of it. (Psa. 55:10)
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Psa. 101:5• 5Whoso secretly slandereth his neighbour, him will I destroy; him that hath a high look and a proud heart will I not suffer. (Psa. 101:5)
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1 Sam. 22:8‑10• 8that all of you have conspired against me, and there is none that informs me when my son has made a covenant with the son of Jesse; and there is none of you that is sorry for me, or informs me that my son has stirred up my servant as a lier-in-wait against me, as at this day?
9Then answered Doeg the Edomite, who was set over the servants of Saul, and said, I saw the son of Jesse coming to Nob, to Ahimelech the son of Ahitub.
10And he inquired of Jehovah for him, and gave him victuals, and gave him the sword of Goliath the Philistine.
(1 Sam. 22:8‑10)
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1 Sam. 24:9• 9And David said to Saul, Why dost thou listen to words of men, saying, Behold, David seeks thy hurt? (1 Sam. 24:9)
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Jer. 20:10• 10For I have heard the defaming of many, terror on every side: Report, and we will report it. All my familiars are watching for my stumbling: Peradventure he will be enticed, and we shall prevail against him; and we shall take our revenge on him. (Jer. 20:10)
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Luke 23:1‑2,5• 1And the whole multitude of them, rising up, led him to Pilate.
2And they began to accuse him, saying, We have found this man perverting our nation, and forbidding to give tribute to Caesar, saying that he himself is Christ, a king.
5But they insisted, saying, He stirs up the people, teaching throughout all Judaea, beginning from Galilee even on to here.
(Luke 23:1‑2,5)
fear.
Psa. 56:1‑3• 1To the chief Musician. On Jonathelem-rechokim. Of David. Michtam; when the Philistines took him in Gath. Be gracious unto me, O God; for man would swallow me up: all the day long fighting he oppresseth me.
2Mine enemies would swallow me up all the day long; for they are many that fight against me haughtily.
3In the day that I am afraid, I will confide in thee.
(Psa. 56:1‑3)
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Psa. 57:4• 4My soul is in the midst of lions; I lie down among them that breathe out flames, the sons of men, whose teeth are spears and arrows, and their tongue a sharp sword. (Psa. 57:4)
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Jer. 6:25• 25Go not forth into the field, nor walk by the way; for there is the sword of the enemy, terror is on every side. (Jer. 6:25)
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Jer. 20:3‑4• 3And it came to pass the next day, that Pashur brought forth Jeremiah out of the stocks; and Jeremiah said unto him, Jehovah hath not called thy name Pashur, but Magor-missabib.
4For thus saith Jehovah: Behold, I make thee a terror to thyself, and to all thy friends; and they shall fall by the sword of their enemies, and thine eyes shall see it; and I will give all Judah into the hand of the king of Babylon, and he shall carry them captive into Babylon, and shall smite them with the sword.
(Jer. 20:3‑4)
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Jer. 20•  (Jer. 20)
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Lam. 2:22• 22Thou hast called up, as on the day of a set feast, my terrors on every side; and in the day of Jehovah's anger there was none that escaped or remained: those that I have nursed and brought up hath mine enemy consumed. (Lam. 2:22)
while.
1 Sam. 19:10‑17• 10And Saul sought to smite David and the wall with the spear; but he slipped away out of Saul's presence, and he smote the spear into the wall. And David fled, and escaped that night.
11And Saul sent messengers to David's house, to watch him, and to slay him in the morning; and Michal David's wife told him, saying, If thou save not thy life to-night, to-morrow thou wilt be put to death.
12And Michal let David down through a window; and he went, and fled and escaped.
13And Michal took the image, and laid it in the bed, and put the net of goats' hair at its head, and covered it with the coverlet.
14And Saul sent messengers to take David, and she said, He is sick.
15And Saul sent the messengers to see David, saying, Bring him up to me in the bed, that I may put him to death.
16And the messengers came in, and behold, the image was in the bed, and the net of goats' hair at its head.
17Then Saul said to Michal, Why hast thou deceived me so, and sent away mine enemy, that he is escaped? And Michal said to Saul, He said to me, Let me go; why should I slay thee?
(1 Sam. 19:10‑17)
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1 Sam. 20:33• 33Then Saul cast the spear at him to smite him; and Jonathan knew that it was determined by his father to put David to death. (1 Sam. 20:33)
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1 Sam. 23:19‑20• 19And the Ziphites came up to Saul to Gibeah, saying, Does not David hide himself with us in strongholds in the wood, on the hill of Hachilah, which is on the south of the waste?
20And now, O king, come down according to all the desire of thy soul to come down; and it will be for us to deliver him up into the king's hand.
(1 Sam. 23:19‑20)
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2 Sam. 17:1‑4• 1And Ahithophel said to Absalom, Let me, I pray, choose out twelve thousand men, and I will arise and pursue after David to-night;
2and I will come upon him while he is weary and weak-handed, and will make him afraid; and all the people that are with him shall flee; and I will smite the king only;
3and I will bring back all the people to thee. The man whom thou seekest is as if all returned: all the people shall be in peace.
4And the saying was right in the eyes of Absalom, and in the eyes of all the elders of Israel.
(2 Sam. 17:1‑4)
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Jer. 11:19• 19And I was like a tame lamb that is led to the slaughter; and I knew not that they devised devices against me, saying, Let us destroy the tree with the fruit thereof, and let us cut him off from the land of the living, that his name may be no more remembered. (Jer. 11:19)
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Matt. 26:3‑4,59• 3Then the chief priests and the elders of the people were gathered together to the palace of the high priest who was called Caiaphas,
4and took counsel together in order that they might seize Jesus by subtlety and kill him;
59And the chief priests and the elders and the whole sanhedrim sought false witness against Jesus, so that they might put him to death.
(Matt. 26:3‑4,59)
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Matt. 27:1• 1And when it was morning all the chief priests and the elders of the people took counsel against Jesus so that they might put him to death. (Matt. 27:1)

J. N. Darby Translation

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For I have heard the slander of many—terror on every side—when they take counsel together against me: they plot to take away my life.