Compare Translations for Psalm 111:9

Psalm 111:9 ASV
He hath sent redemption unto his people; He hath commanded his covenant for ever: Holy and reverend is his name.
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Psalm 111:9 BBE
He has sent salvation to his people; he has given his word for ever: holy is his name and greatly to be feared.
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Psalm 111:9 CEB
God sent redemption for his people; God commanded that his covenant last forever. Holy and awesome is God's name!
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Psalm 111:9 CJB
He sent redemption to his people and decreed that his covenant should last forever. His name is holy and fearsome
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Psalm 111:9 RHE
(110-9) He hath sent redemption to his people: he hath commanded his covenant for ever. Holy and terrible is his name:
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Psalm 111:9 ESV
He sent redemption to his people; he has commanded his covenant forever. Holy and awesome is his name!
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Psalm 111:9 GW
He has sent salvation to his people. He has ordered that his promise should continue forever. His name is holy and terrifying.
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Psalm 111:9 GNT
He set his people free and made an eternal covenant with them. Holy and mighty is he!
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Psalm 111:9 HNV
He has sent redemption to his people. He has ordained his covenant forever. His name is holy and awesome!
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Psalm 111:9 CSB
He has sent redemption to His people. He has ordained His covenant forever. His name is holy and awe-inspiring.
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Psalm 111:9 KJV
He sent redemption unto his people: he hath commanded his covenant for ever: holy and reverend is his name.
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Psalm 111:9 LEB
He has sent redemption to his people; he has commanded his covenant forever; holy and fearful [is] his name.
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Psalm 111:9 NAS
He has sent redemption to His people; He has ordained His covenant forever; Holy and awesome is His name.
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Psalm 111:9 NCV
He sets his people free. He made his agreement everlasting. He is holy and wonderful.
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Psalm 111:9 NIRV
He set his people free. He made a covenant with them that will last forever. His name is holy and wonderful.
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Psalm 111:9 NIV
He provided redemption for his people; he ordained his covenant forever-- holy and awesome is his name.
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Psalm 111:9 NKJV
He has sent redemption to His people; He has commanded His covenant forever: Holy and awesome is His name.
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Psalm 111:9 NLT
He has paid a full ransom for his people. He has guaranteed his covenant with them forever. What a holy, awe-inspiring name he has!
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Psalm 111:9 NRS
He sent redemption to his people; he has commanded his covenant forever. Holy and awesome is his name.
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Psalm 111:9 RSV
He sent redemption to his people; he has commanded his covenant for ever. Holy and terrible is his name!
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Psalm 111:9 DBY
He sent deliverance unto his people; he hath commanded his covenant for ever: holy and terrible is his name.
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Psalm 111:9 MSG
He paid the ransom for his people, He ordered his Covenant kept forever. He's so personal and holy, worthy of our respect.
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Psalm 111:9 WBT
He sent redemption to his people: he hath commanded his covenant for ever: holy and reverend [is] his name.
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Psalm 111:9 TMB
He sent redemption unto His people; He hath commanded His covenant for ever; holy and reverend is His name.
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Psalm 111:9 TNIV
He provided redemption for his people; he ordained his covenant forever-- holy and awesome is his name.
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Psalm 111:9 WEB
He has sent redemption to his people. He has ordained his covenant forever. His name is holy and awesome!
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Psalm 111:9 WYC
The Lord sent redemption to his people; he commanded his testament [into] without end. His name is holy and dreadful; (The Lord sent and redeemed his people; he commanded that his covenant should endure forever. His name is holy and fearful/His name is holy and worthy to be praised;)
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Psalm 111:9 YLT
Redemption He hath sent to His people, He hath appointed to the age His covenant, Holy and fearful [is] His name.
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Psalms 111 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 111

The Lord is to be praised for his works.

- The psalmist resolves to praise God himself. Our exhortations and our examples should agree together. He recommends the works of the Lord, as the proper subject, when we are praising him; and the dealings of his providence toward the world, the church, and particular persons. All the works of the Lord are spoken of as one, it is his work; so admirably do all the dispensations of his providence centre in one design. The works of God, humbly and diligently sought into, shall all be found just and holy. God's pardoning sin is the most wonderful of all his works, and ought to be remembered to his glory. He will ever be mindful of his covenant; he has ever been so, and he ever will be so. His works of providence were done according to the truth of the Divine promises and prophecies, and so were verity, or truth; and by him who has a right to dispose of the earth as he pleases, and so are judgment, or righteous: and this holds good ( psalms 111:7-8 ) God's commandments are sure; all have been fulfilled by Christ, and remain with him for a rule of walk and conversation to us. He sent redemption unto his people, out of Egypt at first, and often afterwards; and these were typical of the great redemption, which in the fulness of time was to be wrought out by the Lord Jesus. Here his everlasting righteousness shines forth in union with his boundless mercy. No man is wise who does not fear the Lord; no man acts wisely except as influenced by that fear. This fear will lead to repentance, to faith in Christ, to watchfulness and obedience. Such persons are of a good understanding, however poor, unlearned, or despised.

Psalms 111 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 111

Psalms 111:1-10 . The Psalmist celebrates God's gracious dealings with His people, of which a summary statement is given.

1. Praise ye the Lord--or, Hallelujah ( Psalms 104:35 ). This seems to serve as a title to those of the later Psalms, which, like this, set forth God's gracious government and its blessed fruits. This praise claims the
whole heart--( Psalms 86:12 ), and is rendered publicly.
upright--a title of the true Israel ( Psalms 32:11 ).

2. His works--that is, of providence and grace are
sought--or, carefully studied, by all desiring to know them.

3, 4. honourable and glorious--literally, "honor and majesty," which illustrate His glorious perfections.
righteousness--( Psalms 7:17 , 31:1 ), which He has made memorable by wonders of love and mercy, in supplying the wants of His people according to covenant engagements.

6-8. His power was shown especially in giving them the promised land, and His faithfulness and justice thus displayed are, like His precepts, reliable and of permanent obligation.

9. The deliverance He provided accorded to His established covenant. Thus He manifested Himself in the sum of His perfections ( Psalms 20:1 Psalms 20:7 , 22:3 ) worthy of reverence.

10. And hence love and fear of such a God is the chief element of true wisdom (compare Proverbs 1:7 , 9:10 ).