then let my enemy pursue and overtake(A) me;
    let him trample my life to the ground(B)
    and make me sleep in the dust.[a](C)

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  1. Psalm 7:5 The Hebrew has Selah (a word of uncertain meaning) here.

25 “I have stirred(A) up one from the north,(B) and he comes—
    one from the rising sun who calls on my name.
He treads(C) on rulers as if they were mortar,
    as if he were a potter treading the clay.

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10 Then my enemy will see it
    and will be covered with shame,(A)
she who said to me,
    “Where is the Lord your God?”(B)
My eyes will see her downfall;(C)
    even now she will be trampled(D) underfoot
    like mire in the streets.

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Together they[a] will be like warriors in battle
    trampling their enemy into the mud of the streets.(A)
They will fight because the Lord is with them,
    and they will put the enemy horsemen to shame.(B)

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  1. Zechariah 10:5 Or ruler, all of them together. / They