Compare Translations for Psalm 112:10

Psalm 112:10 ASV
The wicked shall see it, and be grieved; He shall gnash with his teeth, and melt away: The desire of the wicked shall perish.
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Psalm 112:10 BBE
The sinner will see it with grief; he will be wasted away with envy; the desire of the evil-doers will come to nothing.
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Psalm 112:10 CEB
The wicked see all this and fume; they grind their teeth, but disappear to nothing. What the wicked want to see happen comes to nothing!
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Psalm 112:10 CJB
The wicked will be angry when they see this; they will gnash their teeth and waste away, the desires of the wicked will come to nothing.
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Psalm 112:10 RHE
(111-10) The wicked shall see, and shall be angry, he shall gnash with his teeth and pine away: the desire of the wicked shall perish.
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Psalm 112:10 ESV
The wicked man sees it and is angry; he gnashes his teeth and melts away; the desire of the wicked will perish!
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Psalm 112:10 GW
The wicked person sees this and becomes angry. He angrily grits his teeth and disappears. The hope that wicked people have will vanish.
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Psalm 112:10 GNT
The wicked see this and are angry; they glare in hate and disappear; their hopes are gone forever.
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Psalm 112:10 HNV
The wicked will see it, and be grieved. He shall gnash with his teeth, and melt away. The desire of the wicked will perish.
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Psalm 112:10 CSB
The wicked man will see [it] and be angry; he will gnash his teeth in despair. The desire of the wicked will come to nothing.
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Psalm 112:10 KJV
The wicked shall see it, and be grieved ; he shall gnash with his teeth, and melt away : the desire of the wicked shall perish .
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Psalm 112:10 LEB
[The] wicked sees [it] and is vexed. He gnashes his teeth and {becomes weak}. [The] desire of [the] wicked perishes.
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Psalm 112:10 NAS
The wicked will see it and be vexed, He will gnash his teeth and melt away; The desire of the wicked will perish.
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Psalm 112:10 NCV
The wicked will see this and become angry; they will grind their teeth in anger and then disappear. The wishes of the wicked will come to nothing.
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Psalm 112:10 NIRV
Evil people will see it and be upset. They will grind their teeth and become weaker and weaker. What evil people long to do can't succeed.
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Psalm 112:10 NIV
The wicked man will see and be vexed, he will gnash his teeth and waste away; the longings of the wicked will come to nothing.
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Psalm 112:10 NKJV
The wicked will see it and be grieved; He will gnash his teeth and melt away; The desire of the wicked shall perish.
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Psalm 112:10 NLT
The wicked will be infuriated when they see this. They will grind their teeth in anger; they will slink away, their hopes thwarted.
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Psalm 112:10 NRS
The wicked see it and are angry; they gnash their teeth and melt away; the desire of the wicked comes to nothing.
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Psalm 112:10 RSV
The wicked man sees it and is angry; he gnashes his teeth and melts away; the desire of the wicked man comes to nought.
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Psalm 112:10 DBY
The wicked [man] shall see [it] and be vexed; he shall gnash with his teeth, and melt away: the desire of the wicked shall perish.
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Psalm 112:10 MSG
Someone wicked takes one look and rages, Blusters away but ends up speechless. There's nothing to the dreams of the wicked. Nothing.
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Psalm 112:10 WBT
The wicked shall see [it], and be grieved; he shall gnash with his teeth, and melt away: the desire of the wicked shall perish.
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Psalm 112:10 TMB
The wicked shall see it and be grieved, he shall gnash with his teeth and melt away; the desire of the wicked shall perish.
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Psalm 112:10 TNIV
The wicked will see and be vexed, they will gnash their teeth and waste away; the longings of the wicked will come to nothing.
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Psalm 112:10 WEB
The wicked will see it, and be grieved. He shall gnash with his teeth, and melt away. The desire of the wicked will perish.
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Psalm 112:10 WYC
A sinner shall see (it), and shall be wroth; he shall gnash with his teeth, and shall fail, either shall wax rotten; the desire of sinners shall perish.
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Psalm 112:10 YLT
The wicked seeth, and hath been angry, His teeth he gnasheth, and hath melted, The desire of the wicked doth perish!
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Psalms 112 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 112

The blessedness of the righteous.

- We have to praise the Lord that there are a people in the world, who fear him and serve him, and that they are a happy people; which is owing entirely to his grace. Their fear is not that which love casts out, but that which love brings in. It follows and flows from love. It is a fear to offend. This is both fear and trust. The heart touched by the Spirit of God, as the needle touched with the loadstone, turns direct and speedily to God, yet still with trembling, being filled with this holy fear. Blessings are laid up for the faithful and their children's children; and true riches are bestowed on them, with as much of this world's possessions as is profitable for them. In the darkest hours of affliction and trial, the light of hope and peace will spring up within them, and seasonable relief shall turn mourning into joy. From their Lord's example they learn to be kind and full of compassion, as well as just in all their dealings; they use discretion, that they may be liberal in that manner which appears most likely to do good. Envy and slander may for a time hide their true characters here, but they shall be had in everlasting remembrance. They need not fear evil tidings. A good man shall have a settled spirit. And it is the endeavour of true believers to keep their minds stayed upon God, and so to keep them calm and undisturbed; and God has promised them both cause to do so, and grace to do so. Trusting in the Lord is the best and surest way of establishing the heart. The heart of man cannot fix any where with satisfaction, but in the truth of God, and there it finds firm footing. And those whose hearts are established by faith, will patiently wait till they gain their point. Compare all this with the vexation of sinners. The happiness of the saints is the envy of the wicked. The desire of the wicked shall perish; their desire was wholly to the world and the flesh, therefore when these perish, their joy is gone. But the blessings of the gospel are spiritual and eternal, and are conferred upon the members of the Christian church, through Christ their Head, who is the Pattern of all righteousness, and the Giver of all grace.

Psalms 112 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 112

Psalms 112:1-10 . This Psalm may be regarded as an exposition of Psalms 111:10 , presenting the happiness of those who fear and obey God, and contrasting the fate of the ungodly.

1. True fear produces obedience and this happiness.

2, 3. Temporal blessings follow the service of God, exceptions occurring only as they are seen by God to be inconsistent with those spiritual blessings which are better.

4. light--figurative for relief ( Psalms 27:1 , 97:11 ).
the upright--are like God ( Luke 6:36 , Psalms 111:4 ).

5-9. Generosity, sound judgment in God, form a character which preserves from fear of evil and ensures success against enemies. While a man thus truly pious is liberal, he increases in substance.

6. not be moved--(compare Psalms 13:4 , 15:5 ).

8. heart is established--or, firm in right principles.
see his desire--( Psalms 50:23 , 54:7 ).

10. Disappointed in their malevolent wishes by the prosperity of the pious, the wicked are punished by the working of their evil passions, and come to naught.