Compare Translations for Psalm 25:3

Psalm 25:3 ASV
Yea, none that wait for thee shall be put to shame: They shall be put to shame that deal treacherously without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 BBE
Let no servant of yours be put to shame; may those be shamed who are false without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 CEB
For that matter, don't let anyone who hopes in you be put to shame; instead, let those who are treacherous without excuse be put to shame.
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Psalm 25:3 CJB
No one waiting for you will be disgraced; disgrace awaits those who break faith for no reason.
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Psalm 25:3 RHE
(24-3) Neither let my enemies laugh at me: for none of them that wait on thee shall be confounded.
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Psalm 25:3 ESV
Indeed, none who wait for you shall be put to shame; they shall be ashamed who are wantonly treacherous.
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Psalm 25:3 GW
No one who waits for you will ever be put to shame, but all who are unfaithful will be put to shame.
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Psalm 25:3 GNT
Defeat does not come to those who trust in you, but to those who are quick to rebel against you.
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Psalm 25:3 HNV
Yes, no one who waits for you shall be put to shame. They shall be put to shame who deal treacherously without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 CSB
Not one person who waits for You will be disgraced; those who act treacherously without cause will be disgraced.
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Psalm 25:3 KJV
Yea, let none that wait on thee be ashamed : let them be ashamed which transgress without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 LEB
Indeed, none who wait for you should be put to shame. Those who betray without cause should be put to shame.
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Psalm 25:3 NAS
Indeed, none of those who wait for You will be ashamed; Those who deal treacherously without cause will be ashamed.
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Psalm 25:3 NCV
No one who trusts you will be disgraced, but those who sin without excuse will be disgraced.
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Psalm 25:3 NIRV
Those who put their hope in you will never be put to shame. But those who can't be trusted will be put to shame. They have no excuse.
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Psalm 25:3 NIV
No one whose hope is in you will ever be put to shame, but they will be put to shame who are treacherous without excuse.
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Psalm 25:3 NKJV
Indeed, let no one who waits on You be ashamed; Let those be ashamed who deal treacherously without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 NLT
No one who trusts in you will ever be disgraced, but disgrace comes to those who try to deceive others.
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Psalm 25:3 NRS
Do not let those who wait for you be put to shame; let them be ashamed who are wantonly treacherous.
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Psalm 25:3 RSV
Yea, let none that wait for thee be put to shame; let them be ashamed who are wantonly treacherous.
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Psalm 25:3 DBY
Yea, none that wait on thee shall be ashamed: they shall be ashamed that deal treacherously without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 MSG
I've thrown in my lot with you; You won't embarrass me, will you? Or let my enemies get the best of me? Don't embarrass any of us Who went out on a limb for you. It's the traitors who should be humiliated.
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Psalm 25:3 WBT
Also, let none that wait on thee be ashamed: let them be ashamed who transgress without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 TMB
Yea, let none that wait on Thee be ashamed; let them be ashamed that transgress without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 TNIV
No one who hopes in you will ever be put to shame, but shame will come on those who are treacherous without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 WEB
Yes, no one who waits for you shall be put to shame. They shall be put to shame who deal treacherously without cause.
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Psalm 25:3 WYC
for all men that suffer thee shall not be shamed. All men doing wicked things superfluously; be they shamed. (for all those who trust in thee shall not be shamed. But all those who do wicked things without cause, let them be shamed.)
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Psalm 25:3 YLT
Also let none waiting on Thee be ashamed, Let the treacherous dealers without cause be ashamed.
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Psalms 25 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 25

Confidence in prayer. (1-7) Prayer for remission of sins. (8-14) For help in affliction. (15-22)

Verses 1-7 In worshipping God, we must lift up our souls to him. It is certain that none who, by a believing attendance, wait on God, and, by a believing hope, wait for him, shall be ashamed of it. The most advanced believer both needs and desires to be taught of God. If we sincerely desire to know our duty, with resolution to do it, we may be sure that God will direct us in it. The psalmist is earnest for the pardon of his sins. When God pardons sin, he is said to remember it no more, which denotes full remission. It is God's goodness, and not ours, his mercy, and not our merit, that must be our plea for the pardon of sin, and all the good we need. This plea we must rely upon, feeling our own unworthiness, and satisfied of the riches of God's mercy and grace. How boundless is that mercy which covers for ever the sins and follies of a youth spent without God and without hope! Blessed be the Lord, the blood of the great Sacrifice can wash away every stain.

Verses 8-14 We are all sinners; and Christ came into the world to save sinners, to teach sinners, to call sinners to repentance. We value a promise by the character of him that makes it; we therefore depend upon God's promises. All the paths of the Lord, that is, all his promises and all his providences, are mercy and truth. In all God's dealings his people may see his mercy displayed, and his word fulfilled, whatever afflictions they are now exercised with. All the paths of the Lord are mercy and truth; and so it will appear when they come to their journey's end. Those that are humble, that distrust themselves, and desire to be taught and to follow Divine guidance, these he will guide in judgment, that is, by the rule of the written word, to find rest for their souls in the Saviour. Even when the body is sick, and in pain, the soul may be at ease in God.

Verses 15-22 The psalmist concludes, as he began, with expressing dependence upon God, and desire toward him. It is good thus to hope, and quietly to wait for the salvation of the Lord. And if God turns to us, no matter who turns from us. He pleads his own integrity. Though guilty before God, yet, as to his enemies, he had the testimony of conscience that he had done them no wrong. God would, at length, give Israel rest from all their enemies round about. In heaven, God's Israel will be perfectly redeemed from all troubles. Blessed Saviour, thou hast graciously taught us that without thee we can do nothing. Do thou teach us how to pray, how to appear before thee in the way which thou shalt choose, and how to lift up our whole hearts and desires after thee, for thou art the Lord our righteousness.

Psalms 25 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 25

Psalms 25:1-22 . The general tone of this Psalm is that of prayer for help from enemies. Distress, however, exciting a sense of sin, humble confession, supplication for pardon, preservation from sin, and divine guidance, are prominent topics.

1. lift up my soul--( Psalms 24:4 , 86:4 ), set my affections (compare Colossians 3:2 ).

2. not be ashamed--by disappointment of hopes of relief.

3. The prayer generalized as to all who wait on God--that is, who expect His favor. On the other hand, the disappointment of the perfidious, who, unprovoked, have done evil, is invoked (compare 2 Samuel 22:9 ).

4, 5. On the ground of former favor, he invokes divine guidance, according to God's gracious ways of dealing and faithfulness.

6, 7. Confessing past and present sins, he pleads for mercy, not on palliations of sin, but on God's well-known benevolence.

8, 9. upright--acting according to His promise.
sinners--the general term, limited by
meek--who are penitent. the way--and his way--God's way of providence.

9. in judgment--rightly.

10. paths--similar sense--His modes of dealing (compare Psalms 25:4 ).
mercy and truth--( Job 14:1-22 ), God's grace in promising and faithfulness in performing.

11. God's perfections of love, mercy, goodness, and truth are manifested (his name, compare Psalms 9:10 ) in pardoning sin, and the greatness of sin renders pardon more needed.

12, 13. What he asks for himself is the common lot of all the pious.

13. inherit the earth--(compare Matthew 5:5 ). The phrase, alluding to the promise of Canaan, expresses all the blessings included in that promise, temporal as well as spiritual.

14. The reason of the blessing explained--the pious enjoy communion with God (compare Proverbs 3:21 Proverbs 3:22 ), and, of course, learn His gracious terms of pardon.

15. His trust in God is fixed.
net--is frequently used as a figure for dangers by enemies ( Psalms 9:15 , 10:9 ).

16-19. A series of earnest appeals for aid because God had seemed to desert him (compare Psalms 13:1 , 17:13 , &c.), his sins oppressed him, his enemies had enlarged his troubles and were multiplied, increasing in hate and violence ( Psalms 9:8 , 18:48 ).

20. keep my soul--( Psalms 16:1 ).
put my trust--flee for refuge ( Psalms 2:12 ).

21. In conscious innocence of the faults charged by his enemies, he confidently commits his cause to God. Some refer-- integrity, &c.--to God, meaning His covenant faithfulness. This sense, though good, is an unusual application of the terms.

22. Extend these blessings to all Thy people in all their distresses.