Psalm 2. 1. Why do the heathens murmur and root the people on what is futile? 2 The kings of the earth shall rise, and the princes shall counsel against the LORD, and against his anointed: 3 Let us blow up their bonds, and cast their ropes from us! 4 He who thrones in heaven, laughs, the Lord spits them. 5 Then he spake unto them in his wrath, and in his wrath he troubleth them: 6 And I have put my king in Zion, my holy mountain. 7 I will declare what is stated: The Lord said to me, You are my son, I have born you today. 8 wish of me! Then I will give you the heathen to inheritance and the ends of the earth to possess. 9 Thou shalt smite them with a rod of iron; Like a potter's pot, you'll wrap them up. 10 And now, kings, go forth visibly! Warn you, judges on earth! 11 Serving the Lord with fear and crying with the fox! 12 Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and you shall perish on the way! For soon his anger could be raised. Blessed are all those who take refuge for him.