Psalm 32:1-6 CEB

Psalm 32

A maskil of David.

1 aThe one whose wrongdoing is forgiven, whose sin is covered over, is truly happy!

References for Psalms 32:1

    • ™ 32:1 - Perhaps <i>instruction</i>; it also appears in Pss 42, 44–45, 52–55, 74, 78, 88–89, 142; cf 47:7; the root is used in Ps 32:8.
      2 The one the LORD doesn't consider guilty— in whose spirit there is no dishonesty— that one is truly happy!
      3 When I kept quiet, my bones wore out; I was groaning all day long— every day, every night!—
      4 because your hand was heavy upon me. My energy was sapped as if in a summer drought. Selah
      5 So I admitted my sin to you; I didn't conceal my guilt. "I'll confess my sins to the LORD, " is what I said. Then you removed the guilt of my sin. Selah
      6 That's why all the faithful should pray to you during troubled times,b so that a great flood of water won't reach them.

      References for Psalms 32:6

        • š 32:6 - Correction; MT <i>at a time of finding only</i>