7(8) The torah of Hashem is temimah (perfect), reviving the nefesh; the edut of Hashem is ne'emanah (sure), making wise the simple. 8(9) The precepts of Hashem are yasharim (right), rejoicing the lev; the mitzvat Hashem is bara (clear, pure), enlightening the eyes. 9(10) The yirat Hashem (fear of the L-rd) is tehorah (clean), enduring forever; the mishpatim of Hashem are emes and righteous altogether. 10(11) More to be desired are they than zahav, yea, than much fine gold; sweeter also than devash and the honeycomb. 11(12) Moreover by them is Thy eved warned; and in being shomer over them there is great reward.