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Compare Translations for Psalm 147:19

Psalm 147:19 ASV
He showeth his word unto Jacob, His statutes and his ordinances unto Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 BBE
He makes his word clear to Jacob, teaching Israel his laws and his decisions.
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Psalm 147:19 CEB
God proclaims his word to Jacob; his statutes and rules to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 CJB
He reveals his words to Ya'akov, his laws and rulings to Isra'el.
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Psalm 147:19 RHE
(147-8) Who declareth his word to Jacob: his justices and his judgments to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 ESV
He declares his word to Jacob, his statutes and rules to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 GW
He speaks his word to Jacob, his laws and judicial decisions to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 GNT
He gives his message to his people, his instructions and laws to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 HNV
He shows his word to Ya`akov; His statutes and his ordinances to Yisra'el.
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Psalm 147:19 CSB
He declares His word to Jacob, His statutes and judgments to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 KJV
He sheweth his word unto Jacob, his statutes and his judgments unto Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 LEB
[He] declares his word to Jacob, his statutes and his ordinances to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 NAS
He declares His words to Jacob, His statutes and His ordinances to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 NCV
He gave his word to Jacob, his laws and demands to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 NIRV
He has made his word known to the people of Jacob. He has made his laws and rules known to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 NIV
He has revealed his word to Jacob, his laws and decrees to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 NKJV
He declares His word to Jacob, His statutes and His judgments to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 NLT
He has revealed his words to Jacob, his principles and laws to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 NRS
He declares his word to Jacob, his statutes and ordinances to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 RSV
He declares his word to Jacob, his statutes and ordinances to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 DBY
He sheweth his word unto Jacob, his statutes and his judgments unto Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 MSG
He speaks the same way to Jacob, speaks words that work to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 WBT
He showeth his word to Jacob, his statutes and his judgments to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 TMB
He showeth His word unto Jacob, His statutes and His judgments unto Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 TNIV
He has revealed his word to Jacob, his laws and decrees to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 WEB
He shows his word to Jacob; His statutes and his ordinances to Israel.
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Psalm 147:19 WYC
Which telleth his word to Jacob; and his rightfulnesses and dooms to Israel. (Who telleth his word to Jacob; yea, his statutes and his laws, or his decrees, to Israel.)
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Psalm 147:19 YLT
Declaring His words to Jacob, His statutes and His judgments to Israel.
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Psalms 147 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 147

The people of God are exhorted to praise him for his mercies and care. (1-11) For the salvation and prosperity of the church. (12-20)

Verses 1-11 Praising God is work that is its own wages. It is comely; it becomes us as reasonable creatures, much more as people in covenant with God. He gathers outcast sinners by his grace, and will bring them into his holy habitation. To those whom God heals with the consolations of his Spirit, he speaks peace, assures them their sins are pardoned. And for this, let others praise him also. Man's knowledge is soon ended; but God's knowledge is a dept that can never be fathomed. And while he telleth the number of the stars, he condescends to hear the broken-hearted sinner. While he feeds the young ravens, he will not leave his praying people destitute. Clouds look dull and melancholy, yet without them we could have no rain, therefore no fruit. Thus afflictions look black and unpleasant; but from clouds of affliction come showers that make the soul to yield the peaceable fruits of righteousness. The psalmist delights not in things wherein sinners trust and glory; but a serious and suitable regard to God is, in his sight, of very great price. We are not to be in doubt between hope and fear, but to act under the gracious influences of hope and fear united.

Verses 12-20 The church, like Jerusalem of old, built up and preserved by the wisdom, power, and goodness of God, is exhorted to praise him for all the benefits and blessings vouchsafed to her; and these are represented by his favours in the course of nature. The thawing word may represent the gospel of Christ, and the thawing wind the Spirit of Christ; for the Spirit is compared to the wind, ( John 3:8 ) . Converting grace softens the heart that was hard frozen, and melts it into tears of repentance, and makes good reflections to flow, which before were chilled and stopped up. The change which the thaw makes is very evident, yet how it is done no one can say. Such is the change wrought in the conversion of a soul, when God's word and Spirit are sent to melt it and restore it to itself.

Psalms 147 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 147

Psalms 147:1-20 . This and the remaining Psalms have been represented as specially designed to celebrate the rebuilding of Jerusalem (compare Nehemiah 6:16 , 12:27 ). They all open and close with the stirring call for praise. This one specially declares God's providential care towards all creatures, and particularly His people.

1. (Compare Psalms 92:1 , 135:3 ).

2. (Compare Psalms 107:3 , Isaiah 11:12 ).

3. Though applicable to the captive Israelites, this is a general and precious truth.
wounds--(Compare Margin).

4, 5. God's power in nature ( Isaiah 40:26-28 ), and often) is presented as a pledge of His power to help His people.
telleth . . . stars--what no man can do ( Genesis 15:5 ).

6. That power is put forth for the good of the meek and suffering pious, and confusion of the wicked ( Psalms 146:8 Psalms 146:9 ).

7-9. His providence supplies bountifully the wild animals in their mountain homes.
Sing . . . Lord--literally, "Answer the Lord," that is, in grateful praise to His goodness, thus declared in His acts.

10, 11. The advantages afforded, as in war by the strength of the horse or the agility of man, do not incline God to favor any; but those who fear and, of course, trust Him, will obtain His approbation and aid.

13. strengthened . . . gates--or, means of defense against invaders,

14. maketh . . . borders--or, territories ( Genesis 23:17 , Isaiah 54:12 ).
filleth thee, &c.--(Compare Margin).

15-18. God's Word, as a swift messenger, executes His purpose, for with Him to command is to perform ( Genesis 1:3 , Psalms 33:9 ), and He brings about the wonders of providence as easily as men cast crumbs.

17. morsels--used as to food ( Genesis 18:5 ), perhaps here denotes hail.

19, 20. This mighty ruler and benefactor of heaven and earth is such especially to His chosen people, to whom alone ( Deuteronomy 4:32-34 ) He has made known His will, while others have been left in darkness. Therefore unite in the great hallelujah.