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Compare Translations for Psalm 39:10

Psalm 39:10 ASV
Remove thy stroke away from me: I am consumed by the blow of thy hand.
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Psalm 39:10 BBE
No longer let your hand be hard on me; I am wasted by the blows of your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 CEB
Get this plague of yours off me! I'm being destroyed by the blows from your fist.
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Psalm 39:10 CJB
Stop raining blows on me; the pounding of your fist is wearing me down.
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Psalm 39:10 RHE
(38-11) Remove thy scourges from me. The strength of thy hand hath made me faint in rebukes:
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Psalm 39:10 ESV
Remove your stroke from me; I am spent by the hostility of your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 GW
Remove the sickness you laid upon me. My life is over because you struck me with your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 GNT
Don't punish me any more! I am about to die from your blows.
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Psalm 39:10 HNV
Remove your scourge away from me. I am overcome by the blow of your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 CSB
Remove Your torment from me; I fade away because of the force of Your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 KJV
Remove thy stroke away from me: I am consumed by the blow of thine hand.
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Psalm 39:10 LEB
Remove from me your affliction. By the opposition of your hand I perish.
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Psalm 39:10 NAS
"Remove Your plague from me; Because of the opposition of Your hand I am perishing.
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Psalm 39:10 NCV
Quit punishing me; your beating is about to kill me.
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Psalm 39:10 NIRV
Please stop beating me. I'm about to die from the blows of your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 NIV
Remove your scourge from me; I am overcome by the blow of your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 NKJV
Remove Your plague from me; I am consumed by the blow of Your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 NLT
Please, don't punish me anymore! I am exhausted by the blows from your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 NRS
Remove your stroke from me; I am worn down by the blows of your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 RSV
Remove thy stroke from me; I am spent by the blows of thy hand.
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Psalm 39:10 DBY
Remove thy stroke away from me: I am consumed by the blow of thy hand.
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Psalm 39:10 MSG
But I can't take it much longer. When you put us through the fire
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Psalm 39:10 WBT
Remove thy stroke away from me; I am consumed by the blow of thy hand.
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Psalm 39:10 TMB
Remove Thy stroke away from me; I am consumed by the blow of Thine hand.
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Psalm 39:10 TNIV
Remove your scourge from me; I am overcome by the blow of your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 WEB
Remove your scourge away from me. I am overcome by the blow of your hand.
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Psalm 39:10 WYC
remove thou thy wounds from me. From the strength of thine hand I failed in blamings; (Cease thou from wounding me; for I am failing from the strokes of thy hand.)
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Psalm 39:10 YLT
Turn aside from off me Thy stroke, From the striving of Thy hand I have been consumed.
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Psalms 39 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 39

David meditates on man's frailty. (1-6) He applies for pardon and deliverance. (7-13)

Verses 1-6 If an evil thought should arise in the mind, suppress it. Watchfulness in the habit, is the bridle upon the head; watchfulness in acts, is the hand upon the bridle. When not able to separate from wicked men, we should remember they will watch our words, and turn them, if they can, to our disadvantage. Sometimes it may be necessary to keep silence, even from good words; but in general we are wrong when backward to engage in edifying discourse. Impatience is a sin that has its cause within ourselves, and that is, musing; and its ill effects upon ourselves, and that is no less than burning. In our greatest health and prosperity, every man is altogether vanity, he cannot live long; he may die soon. This is an undoubted truth, but we are very unwilling to believe it. Therefore let us pray that God would enlighten our minds by his Holy Spirit, and fill our hearts with his grace, that we may be ready for death every day and hour.

Verses 7-13 There is no solid satisfaction to be had in the creature; but it is to be found in the Lord, and in communion with him; to him we should be driven by our disappointments. If the world be nothing but vanity, may God deliver us from having or seeking our portion in it. When creature-confidences fail, it is our comfort that we have a God to go to, a God to trust in. We may see a good God doing all, and ordering all events concerning us; and a good man, for that reason, says nothing against it. He desires the pardoning of his sin, and the preventing of his shame. We must both watch and pray against sin. When under the correcting hand of the Lord, we must look to God himself for relief, not to any other. Our ways and our doings bring us into trouble, and we are beaten with a rod of our own making. What a poor thing is beauty! and what fools are those that are proud of it, when it will certainly, and may quickly, be consumed! The body of man is as a garment to the soul. In this garment sin has lodged a moth, which wears away, first the beauty, then the strength, and finally the substance of its parts. Whoever has watched the progress of a lingering distemper, or the work of time alone, in the human frame, will feel at once the force of this comparison, and that, surely every man is vanity. Afflictions are sent to stir up prayer. If they have that effect, we may hope that God will hear our prayer. The believer expects weariness and ill treatment on his way to heaven; but he shall not stay here long : walking with God by faith, he goes forward on his journey, not diverted from his course, nor cast down by the difficulties he meets. How blessed it is to sit loose from things here below, that while going home to our Father's house, we may use the world as not abusing it! May we always look for that city, whose Builder and Maker is God.

Psalms 39 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible


Psalms 39:1-13 . To Jeduthun ( 1 Chronicles 16:41 1 Chronicles 16:42 ), one of the chief singers. His name mentioned, perhaps, as a special honor. Under depressing views of his frailty and the prosperity of the wicked, the Psalmist, tempted to murmur, checks the expression of his feelings, till, led to regard his case aright, he prays for a proper view of his condition and for the divine compassion.

1. I said--or, "resolved."
will take heed--watch.
ways--conduct, of which the use of the tongue is a part ( James 1:26 ).
bridle--literally, "muzzle for my mouth" (compare Deuteronomy 25:4 ).
while . . . before me--in beholding their prosperity ( Psalms 37:10 Psalms 37:36 ).

2. even from good--( Genesis 31:24 ), everything.

3. His emotions, as a smothered flame, burst forth.

4-7. Some take these words as those of fretting, but they are not essentially such. The tinge of discontent arises from the character of his suppressed emotions. But, addressing God, they are softened and subdued.
make me to know mine end--experimentally appreciate.
how frail I am--literally, "when I shall cease."

5, 6. His prayer is answered in his obtaining an impressive view of the vanity of the life of all men, and their transient state. Their pomp is a mere image, and their wealth is gathered they know not for whom.

7. The interrogation makes the implied negative stronger. Though this world offers nothing to our expectation, God is worthy of all confidence.

8-10. Patiently submissive, he prays for the removal of his chastisement, and that he may not be a reproach.

11. From his own case, he argues to that of all, that the destruction of man's enjoyments is ascribable to sin.

12, 13. Consonant with the tenor of the Psalm, he prays for God's compassionate regard to him as a stranger here; and that, as such was the condition of his fathers, so, like them, he may be cheered instead of being bound under wrath and chastened in displeasure.