Compare Translations for Psalm 85:4

Psalm 85:4 ASV
Turn us, O God of our salvation, And cause thine indignation toward us to cease.
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Psalm 85:4 BBE
Come back to us, O God of our salvation, and be angry with us no longer.
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Psalm 85:4 CEB
You, the God who can save us, restore us! Stop being angry with us!
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Psalm 85:4 CJB
Restore us, God of our salvation, renounce your displeasure with us.
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Psalm 85:4 RHE
(84-5) Convert us, O God our saviour: and turn off thy anger from us.
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Psalm 85:4 ESV
Restore us again, O God of our salvation, and put away your indignation toward us!
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Psalm 85:4 GW
Restore us, O God, our savior. Put an end to your anger against us.
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Psalm 85:4 GNT
Bring us back, O God our savior, and stop being displeased with us!
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Psalm 85:4 HNV
Turn us, God of our salvation, And cause your indignation toward us to cease.
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Psalm 85:4 CSB
Return to us, God of our salvation, and abandon Your displeasure with us.
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Psalm 85:4 KJV
Turn us, O God of our salvation, and cause thine anger toward us to cease .
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Psalm 85:4 LEB
Restore us, O God of our salvation, and annul your vexation with us.
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Psalm 85:4 NAS
Restore us, O God of our salvation, And cause Your indignation toward us to cease.
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Psalm 85:4 NCV
God our Savior, bring us back again. Stop being angry with us.
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Psalm 85:4 NIRV
God our Savior, make us new again. Stop being unhappy with us.
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Psalm 85:4 NIV
Restore us again, O God our Savior, and put away your displeasure toward us.
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Psalm 85:4 NKJV
Restore us, O God of our salvation, And cause Your anger toward us to cease.
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Psalm 85:4 NLT
Now turn to us again, O God of our salvation. Put aside your anger against us.
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Psalm 85:4 NRS
Restore us again, O God of our salvation, and put away your indignation toward us.
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Psalm 85:4 RSV
Restore us again, O God of our salvation, and put away thy indignation toward us!
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Psalm 85:4 DBY
Bring us back, O God of our salvation, and cause thine indignation toward us to cease.
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Psalm 85:4 MSG
Help us again, God of our help; don't hold a grudge against us forever.
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Psalm 85:4 WBT
Turn us, O God of our salvation, and cause thy anger towards us to cease.
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Psalm 85:4 TMB
Turn us, O God of our salvation, and cause Thine anger toward us to cease.
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Psalm 85:4 TNIV
Restore us again, God our Savior, and put away your displeasure toward us.
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Psalm 85:4 WEB
Turn us, God of our salvation, And cause your indignation toward us to cease.
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Psalm 85:4 WYC
God, our health, convert thou us; and turn away thine ire from us. (God, our salvation, bring thou us back/God, our deliverance, turn back to us; and turn away thy anger from us.)
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Psalm 85:4 YLT
Turn back [to] us, O God of our salvation, And make void Thine anger with us.
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Psalms 85 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 85

Prayers for the continuance of former mercies. (1-7) Trust in God's goodness. (8-13)

Verses 1-7 The sense of present afflictions should not do away the remembrance of former mercies. The favour of God is the fountain of happiness to nations, as well as to particular persons. When God forgives sin, he covers it; and when he covers the sin of his people, he covers it all. See what the pardon of sin is. In compassion to us, when Christ our Intercessor has stood before thee, thou hast turned away thine anger. When we are reconciled to God, then, and not till then, we may expect the comfort of his being reconciled to us. He shows mercy to those to whom he grants salvation; for salvation is of mere mercy. The Lord's people may expect sharp and tedious afflictions when they commit sin; but when they return to him with humble prayer, he will make them again to rejoice in him.

Verses 8-13 Sooner or later, God will speak peace to his people. If he do not command outward peace, yet he will suggest inward peace; speaking to their hearts by his Spirit. Peace is spoken only to those who turn from sin. All sin is folly, especially backsliding; it is the greatest folly to return to sin. Surely God's salvation is nigh, whatever our difficulties and distresses are. Also, his honour is secured, that glory may dwell in our land. And the truth of the promises is shown by the Divine mercy in sending the Redeemer. The Divine justice is now satisfied by the great atonement. Christ, the way, truth, and life, sprang out of the earth when he took our nature upon him, and Divine justice looked upon him well pleased and satisfied. For his sake all good things, especially his Holy Spirit, are given to those who ask him. Through Christ, the pardoned sinner becomes fruitful in good works, and by looking to and trusting in the Saviour's righteousness, finds his feet set in the way of his steps. Righteousness is a sure guide, both in meeting God, and in following him

Psalms 85 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 85

Psalms 85:1-13 . On the ground of former mercies, the Psalmist prays for renewed blessings, and, confidently expecting them, rejoices.

1. captivity--not necessarily the Babylonian, but any great evil ( Psalms 14:7 ).

2, 3. (Compare Psalms 32:1-5 ).

3. To turn from the "fierceness," implies that He was reconcilable, though

4-7. having still occasion for the anger which is deprecated.

5. draw out--or, "prolong" ( Psalms 36:10 ).

8. He is confident God will favor His penitent people ( Psalms 51:17 , 80:18 ).
saints--as in Psalms 4:3 , the "godly."

9. They are here termed "them that fear him"; and grace produces glory ( Psalms 84:11 ).

10. God's promises of "mercy" will be verified by His "truth" (compare Psalms 25:10 , 40:10 ); and the "work of righteousness" in His holy government shall be "peace" ( Isaiah 32:17 ). There is an implied contrast with a dispensation under which God's truth sustains His threatened wrath, and His righteousness inflicts misery on the wicked.

11. Earth and heaven shall abound with the blessings of this government;

12, 13. and, under this, the deserted land shall be productive, and men be "set," or guided in God's holy ways. Doubtless, in this description of God's returning favor, the writer had in view that more glorious period, when Christ shall establish His government on God's reconciled justice and abounding mercy.