If you are not familiar with my Mechanical Translation, let me explain it using Psalm 1, which I have already completed. This is the Mechanical Translation, where each Hebrew word, prefix and suffix is translated the same way all the time. This is the first Hebrew word, ashrey, and wherever this word appears, I translate it as "Happy." The second word is ha'ish, which includes the prefix "ha" meaning "the" and the noun "ish" meaning "man." This is the Revised Mechanical Translation where I re-arrange the words so that the verse will read easier for the English reader.
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Related Pages by Jeff A. Benner
The Psalms: A Mechanical Translation (Website) A new and unique translation of the Torah that faithfully translates each Hebrew word, prefix and suffix consistently and provides new insights into the Biblical text.
Studies in the Psalms: Psalm 1 (Article) A word for word analysis that will open up these inspirational Psalms to enhance your prayer life, devotions, sermons and bible studies.
Studies in the Psalms: Psalm 23 (Article) A word for word analysis that will open up these inspirational Psalms to enhance your prayer life, devotions, sermons and bible studies.