Compare Translations for Psalm 130:7

Psalm 130:7 ASV
O Israel, hope in Jehovah; For with Jehovah there is lovingkindness, And with him is plenteous redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 BBE
O Israel, have hope in the Lord; for with the Lord is mercy and full salvation.
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Psalm 130:7 CEB
Israel, wait for the LORD! Because faithful love is with the LORD; because great redemption is with our God!
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Psalm 130:7 CJB
Isra'el, put your hope in ADONAI! For grace is found with ADONAI, and with him is unlimited redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 RHE
(129-7) Because with the Lord there is mercy: and with him plentiful redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 ESV
O Israel, hope in the LORD! For with the LORD there is steadfast love, and with him is plentiful redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 GW
O Israel, put your hope in the LORD, because with the LORD there is mercy and with him there is unlimited forgiveness.
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Psalm 130:7 GNT
Israel, trust in the Lord, because his love is constant and he is always willing to save.
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Psalm 130:7 HNV
Yisra'el, hope in the LORD, For with the LORD there is lovingkindness. With him is abundant redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 CSB
Israel, put your hope in the Lord. For there is faithful love with the Lord, and with Him is redemption in abundance.
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Psalm 130:7 KJV
Let Israel hope in the LORD: for with the LORD there is mercy, and with him is plenteous redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 LEB
O Israel, wait for Yahweh. For with Yahweh [there is] loyal love, and with him [there is] abundant redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 NAS
O Israel, hope in the LORD; For with the LORD there is lovingkindness, And with Him is abundant redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 NCV
People of Israel, put your hope in the Lord because he is loving and able to save.
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Psalm 130:7 NIRV
Israel, put your hope in the Lord, because the LORD's love never fails. He sets his people completely free.
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Psalm 130:7 NIV
O Israel, put your hope in the LORD, for with the LORD is unfailing love and with him is full redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 NKJV
O Israel, hope in the Lord; For with the Lord there is mercy, And with Him is abundant redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 NLT
O Israel, hope in the LORD; for with the LORD there is unfailing love and an overflowing supply of salvation.
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Psalm 130:7 NRS
O Israel, hope in the Lord! For with the Lord there is steadfast love, and with him is great power to redeem.
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Psalm 130:7 RSV
O Israel, hope in the LORD! For with the LORD there is steadfast love, and with him is plenteous redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 DBY
Let Israel hope in Jehovah, because with Jehovah there is loving-kindness, and with him is plenteous redemption;
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Psalm 130:7 MSG
O Israel, wait and watch for God - with God's arrival comes love, with God's arrival comes generous redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 WBT
Let Israel hope in the LORD: for with the LORD [there is] mercy, and with him [is] plenteous redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 TMB
Let Israel hope in the LORD, for with the LORD there is mercy, and with Him is plenteous redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 TNIV
Israel, put your hope in the LORD, for with the LORD is unfailing love and with him is full redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 WEB
Israel, hope in Yahweh, For with Yahweh there is lovingkindness. With him is abundant redemption.
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Psalm 130:7 WYC
Israel hope in the Lord. For why mercy is at the Lord; and plenteous redemption is at him. (Israel, trust in the Lord. For there is always love with the Lord; and there is plentiful redemption with him.)
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Psalm 130:7 YLT
Israel doth wait on Jehovah, For with Jehovah [is] kindness, And abundant with Him [is] redemption.
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Psalms 130 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 130

The psalmist's hope in prayer. (1-4) His patience in hope. (5-8)

Verses 1-4 The only way of relief for a sin-entangled soul, is by applying to God alone. Many things present themselves as diversions, many things offer themselves as remedies, but the soul finds that the Lord alone can heal. And until men are sensible of the guilt of sin, and quit all to come at once to God, it is in vain for them to expect any relief. The Holy Ghost gives to such poor souls a fresh sense of their deep necessity, to stir them up in earnest applications, by the prayer of faith, by crying to God. And as they love their souls, as they are concerned for the glory of the Lord, they are not to be wanting in this duty. Why is it that these matters are so long uncertain with them? Is it not from sloth and despondency that they content themselves with common and customary applications to God? Then let us up and be doing; it must be done, and it is attended with safety. We are to humble ourselves before God, as guilty in his sight. Let us acknowledge our sinfulness; we cannot justify ourselves, or plead not guilty. It is our unspeakable comfort that there is forgiveness with him, for that is what we need. Jesus Christ is the great Ransom; he is ever an Advocate for us, and through him we hope to obtain forgiveness. There is forgiveness with thee, not that thou mayest be presumed upon, but that thou mayest be feared. The fear of God often is put for the whole worship of God. The only motive and encouragement for sinners is this, that there is forgiveness with the Lord.

Verses 5-8 It is for the Lord that my soul waits, for the gifts of his grace, and the working of his power. We must hope for that only which he has promised in his word. Like those who wish to see the dawn, being very desirous that light would come long before day; but still more earnestly does a good man long for the tokens of God's favour, and the visits of his grace. Let all that devote themselves to the Lord, cheerfully stay themselves on him. This redemption is redemption from all sin. Jesus Christ saves his people from their sins, both from the condemning and from the commanding power of sin. It is plenteous redemption; there is an all-sufficient fulness in the Redeemer, enough for all, enough for each; therefore enough for me, says the believer. Redemption from sin includes redemption from all other evils, therefore it is a plenteous redemption, through the atoning blood of Jesus, who shall redeem his people from all their sins. All that wait on God for mercy and grace, are sure to have peace.

Psalms 130 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 130

Psalms 130:1-8 . The penitent sinner's hope is in God's mercy only.

1, 2. depths--for great distress ( Psalms 40:2 , 69:3 ).

3. shouldest mark--or, "take strict account" ( Job 10:14 , 14:16 ), implying a confession of the existence of sin.
who shall stand--( Psalms 1:6 ). Standing is opposed to the guilty sinking down in fear and self-condemnation ( Malachi 3:2 , Revelation 6:15 Revelation 6:16 ). The question implies a negative, which is thus more strongly stated.

4. Pardon produces filial fear and love. Judgment without the hope of pardon creates fear and dislike. The sense of forgiveness, so far from producing licentiousness, produces holiness ( Jeremiah 33:9 , Ezekiel 16:62 Ezekiel 16:63 , 1 Peter 2:16 ). "There is forgiveness with thee, not that thou mayest be presumed upon, but feared."

5, 6. wait for the Lord--in expectation ( Psalms 27:14 ).
watch for, &c.--in earnestness and anxiety.

7, 8. Let Israel, &c.--that is, All are invited to seek and share divine forgiveness.
from all his iniquities--or, "punishments of them" ( Psalms 40:12 , &c.).