Compare Translations for Psalm 141:10

Psalm 141:10 ASV
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, Whilst that I withal escape.
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Psalm 141:10 BBE
Let the sinners be taken in the nets which they themselves have put down, while I go free.
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Psalm 141:10 CEB
Let the wicked fall into their own nets—all together!— but let me make it through safely.
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Psalm 141:10 CJB
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, while I pass by in safety.
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Psalm 141:10 RHE
(140-10) The wicked shall fall in his net: I am alone until I pass.
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Psalm 141:10 ESV
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, while I pass by safely.
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Psalm 141:10 GW
Let wicked people fall into their own nets, while I escape unharmed.
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Psalm 141:10 GNT
May the wicked fall into their own traps while I go by unharmed.
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Psalm 141:10 HNV
Let the wicked fall together into their own nets, While I pass by.
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Psalm 141:10 CSB
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, while I pass [safely] by.
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Psalm 141:10 KJV
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, whilst that I withal escape .
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Psalm 141:10 LEB
Let [the] wicked fall into their nets, while I escape altogether.
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Psalm 141:10 NAS
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, While I pass by safely.
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Psalm 141:10 NCV
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, but let me pass by safely. A maskil of David when he was in the cave. A prayer.
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Psalm 141:10 NIRV
Let evil people fall into their own nets. But let me go safely on my way.
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Psalm 141:10 NIV
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, while I pass by in safety.
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Psalm 141:10 NKJV
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, While I escape safely.
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Psalm 141:10 NLT
Let the wicked fall into their own snares, but let me escape.
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Psalm 141:10 NRS
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, while I alone escape.
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Psalm 141:10 RSV
Let the wicked together fall into their own nets, while I escape.
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Psalm 141:10 DBY
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, whilst that *I* withal pass over.
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Psalm 141:10 MSG
Let the wicked fall flat on their faces, while I walk off without a scratch. A David prayer - when he was in the cave.
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Psalm 141:10 WBT
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, whilst I escape.
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Psalm 141:10 TMB
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, whilst I thereupon escape.
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Psalm 141:10 TNIV
Let the wicked fall into their own nets, while I pass by in safety.
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Psalm 141:10 WEB
Let the wicked fall together into their own nets, While I pass by.
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Psalm 141:10 WYC
Sinners shall fall in the net thereof; I am alone till I pass. (Let the sinners fall into their own nets; while I alone shall safely pass by.)
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Psalm 141:10 YLT
The wicked fall in their nets together, till I pass over!
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Psalms 141 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 141

David prays for God's acceptance and assistance. (1-4) That God would appear for his rescue. (5-10)

Verses 1-4 Make haste unto me. Those that know how to value God's gracious presence, will be the more fervent in their prayers. When presented through the sacrifice and intercession of the Saviour, they will be as acceptable to God as the daily sacrifices and burnings of incense were of old. Prayer is a spiritual sacrifice, it is the offering up the soul and its best affections. Good men know the evil of tongue sins. When enemies are provoking, we are in danger of speaking unadvisedly. While we live in an evil world, and have such evil hearts, we have need to pray that we may neither be drawn nor driven to do any thing sinful. Sinners pretend to find dainties in sin; but those that consider how soon sin will turn into bitterness, will dread such dainties, and pray to God to take them out of their sight, and by his grace to turn their hearts against them. Good men pray against the sweets of sin.

Verses 5-10 We should be ready to welcome the rebuke of our heavenly Father, and also the reproof of our brethren. It shall not break my head, if it may but help to break my heart: we must show that we take it kindly. Those who slighted the word of God before, will be glad of it when in affliction, for that opens the ear to instruction. When the world is bitter, the word is sweet. Let us lift our prayer unto God. Let us entreat him to rescue us from the snares of Satan, and of all the workers of iniquity. In language like this psalm, O Lord, would we entreat that our poor prayers should set forth our only hope, our only dependence on thee. Grant us thy grace, that we may be prepared for this employment, being clothed with thy righteousness, and having all the gifts of thy Spirit planted in our hearts.

Psalms 141 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 141

Psalms 141:1-10 . This Psalm evinces its authorship as the preceding, by its structure and the character of its contents. It is a prayer for deliverance from sins to which affliction tempted him, and from the enemies who caused it.