3. Why boast of your wickedness, strong man? Why boast all day long

4. that you are plotting crimes? Your tongue is like a sharp razor;

5. you love evil more than good, and falsehood more than truth.

6. You love words that inflict harm, O you deceitful tongue!

7. But God will bring you down forever; he will snatch you, tear you away from your tent; he will uproot you from the land of the living.

8. The good will know fear at the sight; they will say concerning his fate:

9. "See the one who would not rely on God, but trusted in riches and drew strength from wickedness."

10. But I am as a green olive tree that thrives in the house of God: I trust in God's unfailing love forever and ever.

11. I will praise you forever for all you have done, and proclaim your good name before the faithful ones.

“Se você fala das próprias virtudes para se exibir ou para vã ostentação perde todo o mérito.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina