1) Ask Him to judge the works of the wicked. III. Give ear to my voice when I call to you! Psalm 141. PSALM 141. I. Ps 141:1-10. An EasyEnglish Translation with Notes (about 1200 word vocabulary) on Psalm 141. www.easyenglish.bible. Treat my prayer as sweet incense rising; my raised hands are my evening prayers. Words in boxes are from the Bible. Psalm 141 June 29, 2020. When the rulers are wicked and judges approve of wickedness, the message of the Gospel is often silenced. Read verse in The Message Bible For his powerful assistance . The righteous are mocked and sometimes imprisoned for calling the people to repentance and faith in Christ. 141:5-7 David was in distress when he penned this psalm, pursued, it is most likely, by Saul, that violent man. 141:5-7 Once again we encounter what is called an imprecatory psalm where the psalmist prays in very strong language for God to judge his enemies. This Psalm evinces its authorship as the preceding, by its structure and the character of its contents. Psalm 141 God, come close. 3 x Set a guard, O L ord, over my mouth; y keep watch over the door of my lips! 2 Let u my prayer be counted as incense before you, and v the lifting up of my hands as w the evening sacrifice! Is any distressed? II. The notes explain some of the words with a *star by them. Share. Psalm 141 The Message (MSG) God, come close. Psalm 141:1 German Bible Alphabetical: A call come David ear Give hasten Hear I LORD me my O of psalm quickly to upon voice when you OT Poetry: Psalm 141:1 A Psalm by David (Psalm Ps Psa.) And yet do not miss the redemptive note in this stanza, tucked away at the end of v. 6. 141 O L ord, I call upon you; t hasten to me! Come quickly! A Psalm of David. Ultimately because of their evil, they are the enemies of God. Words in brackets, ( ), are not in the *Hebrew Bible. He prays for God's favourable acceptance . Come quickly!Open your ears—it’s my voice you’re hearing!Treat my prayer as sweet incense rising;my raised ha Let him pray; David did so, and had the comfort of it. Open your ears - it's my voice you're hearing! It is a prayer for deliverance from sins to which affliction tempted him, and from the enemies who caused it. Psalm 141. Gordon Churchyard.