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Psalm 63:5 ASV
My soul shall be satisfied as with marrow and fatness; And my mouth shall praise thee with joyful lips;
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Psalm 63:5 BBE
My soul will be comforted, as with good food; and my mouth will give you praise with songs of joy;
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Psalm 63:5 CEB
I'm fully satisfied— as with a rich dinner. My mouth speaks praise with joy on my lips—
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Psalm 63:5 CJB
I am as satisfied as with rich food; my mouth praises you with joy on my lips
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Psalm 63:5 RHE
(62-6) Let my soul be filled as with marrow and fatness: and my mouth shall praise thee with joyful lips.
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Psalm 63:5 ESV
My soul will be satisfied as with fat and rich food, and my mouth will praise you with joyful lips,
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Psalm 63:5 GW
You satisfy my soul with the richest foods. My mouth will sing [your] praise with joyful lips.
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Psalm 63:5 GNT
My soul will feast and be satisfied, and I will sing glad songs of praise to you.
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Psalm 63:5 HNV
My soul shall be satisfied as with the richest food. My mouth shall praise you with joyful lips,
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Psalm 63:5 CSB
You satisfy me as with rich food; my mouth will praise You with joyful lips.
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Psalm 63:5 KJV
My soul shall be satisfied as with marrow and fatness; and my mouth shall praise thee with joyful lips:
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Psalm 63:5 LEB
My soul will be satisfied [as with the] best and richest [food], and [with] joyful lips my mouth will praise.
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Psalm 63:5 NAS
My soul is satisfied as with marrow and fatness, And my mouth offers praises with joyful lips.
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Psalm 63:5 NCV
I will be content as if I had eaten the best foods. My lips will sing, and my mouth will praise you.
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Psalm 63:5 NIRV
I will be as satisfied as if I had eaten the best food there is. I will sing praise to you with my mouth.
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Psalm 63:5 NIV
My soul will be satisfied as with the richest of foods; with singing lips my mouth will praise you.
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Psalm 63:5 NKJV
My soul shall be satisfied as with marrow and fatness, And my mouth shall praise You with joyful lips.
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Psalm 63:5 NLT
You satisfy me more than the richest of foods. I will praise you with songs of joy.
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Psalm 63:5 NRS
My soul is satisfied as with a rich feast, and my mouth praises you with joyful lips
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Psalm 63:5 RSV
My soul is feasted as with marrow and fat, and my mouth praises thee with joyful lips,
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Psalm 63:5 DBY
My soul is satisfied as with marrow and fatness, and my mouth shall praise [thee] with joyful lips.
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Psalm 63:5 MSG
I eat my fill of prime rib and gravy; I smack my lips. It's time to shout praises!
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Psalm 63:5 WBT
My soul shall be satisfied as [with] marrow and fatness; and my mouth shall praise [thee] with joyful lips:
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Psalm 63:5 TMB
My soul shall be satisfied as with marrow and fatness and my mouth shall praise Thee with joyful lips,
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Psalm 63:5 TNIV
I will be fully satisfied as with the richest of foods; with singing lips my mouth will praise you.
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Psalm 63:5 WEB
My soul shall be satisfied as with the richest food. My mouth shall praise you with joyful lips,
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Psalm 63:5 WYC
My soul be [ful]filled as with inner fatness and uttermore fatness; and my mouth shall praise with lips of full out joying (and my mouth shall praise thee with lips of rejoicing).
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Psalm 63:5 YLT
As [with] milk and fatness is my soul satisfied, And [with] singing lips doth my mouth praise.
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Psalms 63 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 63

David's desire toward God. (1,2) His satisfaction in God. (3-6) His dependence upon God, and assurance of safety. (7-11)

Verses 1-2 Early will I seek thee. The true Christian devotes to God the morning hour. He opens the eyes of his understanding with those of his body, and awakes each morning to righteousness. He arises with a thirst after those comforts which the world cannot give, and has immediate recourse by prayer to the Fountain of the water of life. The true believer is convinced, that nothing in this sinful world can satisfy the wants and desires of his immortal soul; he expects his happiness from God, as his portion. When faith and hope are most in exercise, the world appears a weary desert, and the believer longs for the joys of heaven, of which he has some foretastes in the ordinances of God upon earth.

Verses 3-6 Even in affliction we need not want matter for praise. When this is the regular frame of a believer's mind, he values the loving-kindness of God more than life. God's loving-kindness is our spiritual life, and that is better than temporal life. We must praise God with joyful lips; we must address ourselves to the duties of religion with cheerfulness, and speak forth the praises of God from a principle of holy joy. Praising lips must be joyful lips. David was in continual danger; care and fear held his eyes waking, and gave him wearisome nights; but he comforted himself with thoughts of God. The mercies of God, when called to mind in the night watches, support the soul, making darkness cheerful. How happy will be that last morning, when the believer, awaking up after the Divine likeness, shall be satisfied with all the fulness of God, and praise him with joyful lips, where there is no night, and where sorrow and sighing flee away!

Verses 7-11 True Christians can, in some measure, and at some times, make use of the strong language of David, but too commonly our souls cleave to the dust. Having committed ourselves to God, we must be easy and pleased, and quiet from the fear of evil. Those that follow hard after God, would soon fail, if God's right hand did not uphold them. It is he that strengthens us and comforts us. The psalmist doubts not but that though now sowing in tears, he should reap in joy. Messiah the Prince shall rejoice in God; he is already entered into the joy set before him, and his glory will be completed at his second coming. Blessed Lord, let our desire towards thee increase every hour; let our love be always upon thee; let all our enjoyment be in thee, and all our satisfaction from thee. Be thou all in all to us while we remain in the present wilderness state, and bring us home to the everlasting enjoyment of thee for ever.

Psalms 63 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 63

Psalms 63:1-11 . The historical occasion referred to by the title was probably during Absalom's rebellion (compare 2 Samuel 15:23 2 Samuel 15:28 , 16:2 ). David expresses an earnest desire for God's favor, and a confident expectation of realizing it in his deliverance and the ruin of his enemies.

1. early . . . seek thee--earnestly ( Isaiah 26:9 ). The figurative terms--
dry and thirsty--literally, "weary," denoting moral destitution, suited his outward circumstances.
soul--and--flesh--the whole man ( Psalms 16:9 Psalms 16:10 ).

2. The special object of desire was God's perfections as displayed in his worship ( Psalms 27:4 ).

3. Experiencing God's mercy, which exceeds all the blessings of life, his lips will be opened for his praise ( Psalms 51:15 ).

4. Thus--literally, "Truly."
will I bless--praise Thee ( Psalms 34:1 ).
lift up my hands--in worship (compare Psalms 28:2 ).
in thy name--in praise of Thy perfections.

5-8. Full spiritual blessings satisfy his desires, and acts of praise fill his thoughts and time.

6. night--as well as day. Past favors assure him of future, and hence he presses earnestly near to God, whose power sustains him ( Psalms 17:8 , 60:5 ).

9, 10. those . . . to destroy it--or literally, "to ruin," or, "for ruin"; that is, such as seek to injure me (are) for ruin, appointed to it (compare Psalms 35:8 ).
shall go . . . earth--into the grave, or, to death; as their bodies are represented as a portion for--

10. foxes--literally, "jackals."

11. the king--that is, David himself, and all who reverence God, "shall share a glorious part," while treacherous foes shall be for ever silenced ( Psalms 62:4 ).