...of the KJVO persuasion.Would you be willing to take a quiz without cheating?That means you will not look at a commentary or any MV (though sorely tempted).You pledge to stick only with the KJV for your answers.Using materials such as the Defined KJV will be grounds for immediate disqualification! I only want KJVO's to answer these questions.The brothers Ed should not participate unless they want to submit more questions --but make sure the phrases(or verses) are also from the Psalms. In the following I will give some references and mark a particular phrase which you will render into modern English to prove you understand the meaning. Are you up for it?Are you game?Well here goes! Ps.101:4 :a froward heart 103:6b : judgment for all that are oppressed 103:9b : he will keep his anger forever 106:20a : thus they changed their glory 116:11 : I said in my haste 119:9 : Wherewithal 119:20 : My soul breaketh for the longing that it hath unto thy judgments at all times. 119:84a : How many are the days of thy servant? 119:96 : I have seen an end of all perfection:but thy commandment is exceeding broad. 119:107 :quicken me 119:122a :Be surety for thy servant for good 119:123 :Mine eyes fail for thy salvation,and for the word of thy righteousness. 119:150 :mischief _________________________________________________________ Some of them were give-aways and not that challenging.I realize that.But if you guys get most of the 16 correct I would be surprised.Remember to reword or paraphrase into modern English -- don't use antiquated expressions and expect to be rewarded for your attempts. Don't forget to play fair or thine recompense shall fall on thy head -- or something like that.No really -- I wish you well.