Psa. 36:2 KJV (With Strong’s)

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For he flattereth
chalaq (Hebrew #2505)
to be smooth (figuratively); by implication (as smooth stones were used for lots) to apportion or separate
KJV usage: deal, distribute, divide, flatter, give, (have, im-)part(-ner), take away a portion, receive, separate self, (be) smooth(-er).
Pronounce: khaw-lak'
Origin: a primitive root
himself in his own eyes
`ayin (Hebrew #5869)
an eye (literally or figuratively); by analogy, a fountain (as the eye of the landscape)
KJV usage: affliction, outward appearance, + before, + think best, colour, conceit, + be content, countenance, + displease, eye((-brow), (-d), -sight), face, + favour, fountain, furrow (from the margin), X him, + humble, knowledge, look, (+ well), X me, open(-ly), + (not) please, presence, + regard, resemblance, sight, X thee, X them, + think, X us, well, X you(-rselves).
Pronounce: ah'-yin
Origin: probably a primitive word
, ζuntil his iniquity
`avon (Hebrew #5771)
from 5753; perversity, i.e. (moral) evil
KJV usage: fault, iniquity, mischeif, punishment (of iniquity), sin.
Pronounce: aw-vone'
Origin: or oavown (2 Kings 7:9; Psalm 51:5 (7)) {aw-vone'}
be found
matsa' (Hebrew #4672)
properly, to come forth to, i.e. appear or exist; transitively, to attain, i.e. find or acquire; figuratively, to occur, meet or be present
KJV usage: + be able, befall, being, catch, X certainly, (cause to) come (on, to, to hand), deliver, be enough (cause to) find(-ing, occasion, out), get (hold upon), X have (here), be here, hit, be left, light (up-)on, meet (with), X occasion serve, (be) present, ready, speed, suffice, take hold on.
Pronounce: maw-tsaw'
Origin: a primitive root
to be hateful
sane' (Hebrew #8130)
to hate (personally)
KJV usage: enemy, foe, (be) hate(-ful, -r), odious, X utterly.
Pronounce: saw-nay'
Origin: a primitive root
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to find his iniquity to hate.

Cross References

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Psa. 10:3• 3For the wicked boasteth of his soul's desire, and he blesseth the covetous; he contemneth Jehovah. (Psa. 10:3)
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Psa. 49:18• 18Though he blessed his soul in his lifetime,--and men will praise thee when thou doest well to thyself,-- (Psa. 49:18)
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Deut. 29:19• 19and it come to pass, when he heareth the words of this curse, that he bless himself in his heart, saying, I shall have peace, though I walk in the stubbornness of my heart, to sweep away the drunken with the thirsty. (Deut. 29:19)
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Jer. 2:23,34‑35• 23How sayest thou, I am not defiled, I have not gone after the Baals? See thy way in the valley, acknowledge what thou hast done--a swift dromedary traversing her ways!
34Yea, in thy skirts is found the blood of the souls of the innocent poor, whom thou didst not encounter breaking in, but it is found upon all these.
35And thou sayest, Indeed I am innocent; his anger will turn from me. Behold, I will enter into judgment with thee because thou sayest, I have not sinned.
(Jer. 2:23,34‑35)
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Jer. 17:9• 9The heart is deceitful above all things, and incurable; who can know it? (Jer. 17:9)
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Hos. 12:7‑8• 7He is a merchant, balances of deceit are in his hand; he loveth to oppress.
8And Ephraim saith, Nevertheless I am become rich, I have found me out substance; in all my labours they shall find none iniquity in me that were sin.
(Hos. 12:7‑8)
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Luke 10:29• 29But he, desirous of justifying himself, said to Jesus, And who is my neighbour? (Luke 10:29)
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Luke 16:14‑15• 14And the Pharisees also, who were covetous, heard all these things, and mocked him.
15And he said to them, *Ye* are they who justify themselves before men, but God knows your hearts; for what amongst men is highly thought of is an abomination before God.
(Luke 16:14‑15)
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Rom. 7:9• 9But *I* was alive without law once; but the commandment having come, sin revived, but *I* died. (Rom. 7:9)
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Rom. 10:3• 3For they, being ignorant of God's righteousness, and seeking to establish their own righteousness, have not submitted to the righteousness of God. (Rom. 10:3)
until, etc.
Heb. to find his iniquity to hate.
1 Sam. 15:18‑24• 18And Jehovah sent thee on a way and said, Go and utterly destroy the sinners the Amalekites, and fight against them until they be consumed.
19Why then didst thou not hearken to the voice of Jehovah, but didst fall upon the spoil, and didst evil in the sight of Jehovah?
20And Saul said to Samuel, I have indeed hearkened to the voice of Jehovah, and have gone the way which Jehovah sent me, and have brought Agag the king of Amalek, and have utterly destroyed the Amalekites.
21But the people took of the spoil, sheep and oxen, the choicest of the devoted things, to sacrifice to Jehovah thy God in Gilgal.
22And Samuel said, Has Jehovah delight in burnt-offerings and sacrifices, As in hearkening to the voice of Jehovah? Behold, obedience is better than sacrifice, Attention than the fat of rams.
23For rebellion is as the sin of divination, And selfwill is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of Jehovah, He hath also rejected thee from being king.
24And Saul said to Samuel, I have sinned, for I have transgressed the commandment of Jehovah, and thy words; for I feared the people, and hearkened to their voice.
(1 Sam. 15:18‑24)
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1 Chron. 10:13‑14• 13And Saul died for his unfaithfulness which he committed against Jehovah, because of the word of Jehovah which he kept not, and also for having inquired of the spirit of Python, asking counsel of it;
14and he asked not counsel of Jehovah; therefore he slew him, and transferred the kingdom to David the son of Jesse.
(1 Chron. 10:13‑14)
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Rom. 3:9• 9What then? are we better? No, in no wise: for we have before charged both Jews and Greeks with being all under sin: (Rom. 3:9)

J. N. Darby Translation

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For he flattereth himself in his own eyes, even when his iniquity is found to be hateful.