Compare Translations for Psalm 59:10

Psalm 59:10 ASV
My God with his lovingkindness will meet me: God will let me see [my desire] upon mine enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 BBE
The God of my mercy will go before me: God will let me see my desire effected on my haters.
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Psalm 59:10 CEB
My loving God will come to meet me. God will allow me to look down on my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 CJB
God, who gives me grace, will come to me; God will let me gaze in triumph at my foes.
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Psalm 59:10 RHE
(58-11) My God, his mercy shall prevent me.
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Psalm 59:10 ESV
My God in his steadfast lovewill meet me; God will let me look in triumph on my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 GW
God will come to meet me. He will let me gloat over those who spy on me.
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Psalm 59:10 GNT
My God loves me and will come to me; he will let me see my enemies defeated.
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Psalm 59:10 HNV
My God will go before me with his lovingkindness. God will let me look at my enemies in triumph.
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Psalm 59:10 CSB
My faithful God will come to meet me; God will let me look down on my adversaries.
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Psalm 59:10 KJV
The God of my mercy shall prevent me: God shall let me see my desire upon mine enemies .
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Psalm 59:10 LEB
My God of loyal love will meet me; God will cause me to look [in triumph] on my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 NAS
My God in His lovingkindness will meet me; God will let me look triumphantly upon my foes.
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Psalm 59:10 NCV
My God loves me, and he goes in front of me. He will help me defeat my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 NIRV
You are my loving God. God will march out in front of me. He will let me look down on those who tell lies about me.
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Psalm 59:10 NIV
my loving God. God will go before me and will let me gloat over those who slander me.
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Psalm 59:10 NKJV
My God of mercy shall come to meet me; God shall let me see my desire on my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 NLT
In his unfailing love, my God will come and help me. He will let me look down in triumph on all my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 NRS
My God in his steadfast love will meet me; my God will let me look in triumph on my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 RSV
My God in his steadfast love will meet me; my God will let me look in triumph on my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 DBY
God, whose loving-kindness will come to meet me, -- God shall let me see [my desire] upon mine enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 MSG
God in dependable love shows up on time, shows me my enemies in ruin.
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Psalm 59:10 WBT
The God of my mercy will succor me: God will let me see [my desire] upon my enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 TMB
The God of my mercy shall go before me; God shall let me see my desire upon mine enemies.
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Psalm 59:10 TNIV
my God on whom I can rely. God will go before me and will let me gloat over those who slander me.
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Psalm 59:10 WEB
My God will go before me with his lovingkindness. God will let me look at my enemies in triumph.
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Psalm 59:10 WYC
my God, his mercy shall come before me. God showed to me (my desire) on mine enemies, (my God, his love shall come to me. God shall show me my heart's desire for all my enemies.)
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Psalm 59:10 YLT
God doth go before me, He causeth me to look on mine enemies.
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Psalms 59 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 59

David prays for deliverance from his enemies. (1-7) He foresees their destruction. (8-17)

Verses 1-7 In these words we hear the voice of David when a prisoner in his own house; the voice of Christ when surrounded by his merciless enemies; the voice of the church when under bondage in the world; and the voice of the Christian when under temptation, affliction, and persecution. And thus earnestly should we pray daily, to be defended and delivered from our spiritual enemies, the temptations of Satan, and the corruptions of our own hearts. We should fear suffering as evil-doers, but not be ashamed of the hatred of workers of iniquity. It is not strange, if those regard not what they themselves say, who have made themselves believe that God regards not what they say. And where there is no fear of God, there is nothing to secure proper regard to man.

Verses 8-17 It is our wisdom and duty, in times of danger and difficulty, to wait upon God; for he is our defence, in whom we shall be safe. It is very comfortable to us, in prayer, to look to God as the God of our mercy, the Author of all good in us, and the Giver of all good to us. The wicked can never be satisfied, which is the greatest misery in a poor condition. A contented man, if he has not what he would have, yet he does not quarrel with Providence, nor fret within himself. It is not poverty, but discontent that makes a man unhappy. David would praise God because he had many times, and all along, found Him his refuge in the day of trouble. He that is all this to us, is certainly worthy of our best affections, praises, and services. The trials of his people will end in joy and praise. When the night of affliction is over, they will sing of the Lord's power and mercy in the morning. Let believers now, in assured faith and hope, praise Him for those mercies, for which they will rejoice and praise him for ever.

Psalms 59 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 59

Psalms 59:1-17 . 1 Samuel 19:11 , &c. The scope is very similar to that of the fifty-seventh: prayer in view of malicious and violent foes, and joy in prospect of relief.

1. defend me--(Compare Margin).
rise up . . . me--(Compare Psalms 17:7 ).

2. (Compare Psalms 5:5 , 6:8 ).

4, 5. prepare--literally, "set themselves as in array."
awake--(Compare Psalms 3:7 , 7:6 ), appeals to God in His covenant relation to His people ( Psalms 9:18 ).

6, 7. They are as ravening dogs seeking prey ( Psalms 59:6 ), and as such,
belch out--that is, slanders, their impudent barkings.

7. for who, say they--For the full expression with the supplied words, compare Psalms 64:5 .

8. (Compare Psalms 2:4 , 37:13 ).

9. By judicious expositors, and on good grounds, this is better rendered, "O my strength, on Thee will I wait" ( Psalms 59:17 ).
defence--(Compare Psalms 18:3 ).

10. prevent me--( Psalms 21:3 ).
see my desire--in their overthrow ( Psalms 54:7 ).
enemies--as in Psalms 5:8 .

11. Slay them not--at once ( Judges 2:21-23 ); but perpetuate their punishment ( Genesis 4:12 , Numbers 32:13 ), by scattering or making them wander, and humble them.

12. let them even be . . . taken in their pride--while evincing it--that is, to be punished for their lies, &c.

13. Though delayed for wise reasons, the utter destruction of the wicked must come at last, and God's presence and power in and for His Church will be known abroad ( 1 Samuel 17:46 , Psalms 46:10 Psalms 46:11 ).

14, 15. Meanwhile let the rapacious dogs prowl, they cannot hurt the pious; yea, they shall wander famished and sleepless.

15. grudge if, &c.--literally, "they shall stay all night," that is, obtain nothing.

16, 17. Contrast the lot of God's servant, who employs his time in God's praise.
sing aloud . . . in the morning--when they retire famishing and disappointed, or it may denote delightful diligence in praise, as in Psalms 30:5 .