10 Adornf yourself with pride and dignity,
and clothe yourself with splendor.
and look at all the proud, and humble them.
and tread down the wicked ⌊where they stand⌋.g
bind their faces in the grave.
that your own right hand can save you.
15 “Look, Behemoth,h which I have made just as I made you;
it eats grass like the ox.
and its power in the muscles of its stomach.
the sinews of its thighs are tightly wound.
its limbs like rods of iron.
the one who made him furnishes it with his sword.i
The particle sometimes translated “please” is present, but an almighty God or sovereign king does not say “please” when commanding his subjects
Literally “in place of them”
Some interpret as a hippopotamus
See NET; nearly all other English translations: “Only his Maker can draw the sword against him” (NJPS; compare NLT), or “only its Maker can approach it with the sword” (NRSV, NIV, ESV, HCSB, NASU)