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Psalm 87:7 ASV
They that sing as well as they that dance [shall say], All my fountains are in thee.
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Psalm 87:7 BBE
The players on instruments will be there, and the dancers will say, All my springs are in you.
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Psalm 87:7 CEB
And while they dance, people sing: "The source of my life comes from you."
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Psalm 87:7 CJB
Singers and dancers alike say, "For me, you are the source of everything."
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Psalm 87:7 RHE
(86-7) The dwelling in thee is as it were of all rejoicing.
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Psalm 87:7 ESV
Singers and dancers alike say, "All my springs are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 GW
Singers and dancers will sing, "Zion is the source of all our blessings."
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Psalm 87:7 GNT
They dance and sing, "In Zion is the source of all our blessings."
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Psalm 87:7 HNV
Those who sing as well as those who dance say, "All my springs are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 CSB
Singers and dancers alike [will say], "All my springs are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 KJV
As well the singers as the players on instruments shall be there: all my springs are in thee.
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Psalm 87:7 LEB
And while dancing, singers [will sing], "All my springs [are] in you."
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Psalm 87:7 NAS
Then those who sing as well as those who play the flutes shall say, "All my springs of joy are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 NCV
They will dance and sing, "All good things come from Jerusalem." A song. A psalm of the sons of Korah.
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Psalm 87:7 NIRV
As they make music they will sing, "Zion, all of our blessings come from you."
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Psalm 87:7 NIV
As they make music they will sing, "All my fountains are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 NKJV
Both the singers and the players on instruments say, "All my springs are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 NLT
At all the festivals, the people will sing, "The source of my life is in Jerusalem!"
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Psalm 87:7 NRS
Singers and dancers alike say, "All my springs are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 RSV
Singers and dancers alike say, "All my springs are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 DBY
As well the singers as the dancers [shall say], All my springs are in thee.
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Psalm 87:7 MSG
Singers and dancers give credit to Zion: "All my springs are in you!"
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Psalm 87:7 WBT
As well the singers as the players on instruments [shall be there]: all my springs [are] in thee.
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Psalm 87:7 TMB
Singers as well as players on instruments shall be there and say, "All my springs are in thee."
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Psalm 87:7 TNIV
As they make music they will sing, "All my fountains are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 WEB
Those who sing as well as those who dance say, "All my springs are in you."
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Psalm 87:7 WYC
As the dwelling of all that be glad; is in thee. (And they all shall dance; and they shall sing, In Zion is the Source of all our blessings.)
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Psalm 87:7 YLT
Singers also as players on instruments, All my fountains [are] in Thee!
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Psalms 87 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 87

The glory of the church. (1-3) It is filled with the Divine blessing. (4-7)

Verses 1-3 Christ himself is the Foundation of the church, which God has laid. Holiness is the strength and firmness of the church. Let us not be ashamed of the church of Christ in its meanest condition, nor of those that belong to it, since such glorious things are spoken of it. Other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, even Jesus Christ. The glorious things spoken of Zion by the Spirit, were all typical of Christ, and his work and offices; of the gospel church, its privileges and members; of heaven, its glory and perfect happiness.

Verses 4-7 The church of Christ is more glorious and excellent than the nations of the earth. In the records of heaven, the meanest of those who are born again stand registered. When God renders to every man according to his works, he shall observe who enjoyed the privileges of his sanctuary. To them much was given, and of them much will be required. Let those that dwell in Zion, mark this, and live up to their profession. Zion's songs shall be sung with joy and triumph. The springs of the joy of a carnal worldling are in wealth and pleasure; but of a gracious soul, in the word of God and prayer. All grace and consolation are derived from Christ, through his ordinances, to the souls of believers.

Psalms 87 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 87

Psalms 87:1-7 . This triumphal song was probably occasioned by the same event as the the glory of the Church, as the means of spiritual blessing to the nation.

1. His--that is, God's
foundation--or, what He has founded, that is, Zion ( Isaiah 14:32 ).
is in the holy mountains--the location of Zion, in the wide sense, for the capital, or Jerusalem, being on several hills.

2. gates--for the enclosures, or city to which they opened ( Psalms 9:14 , 122:2 ; compare Psalms 132:13 Psalms 132:14 ).

3. spoken of thee--or, "in thee," that is, the city of God ( Psalms 46:4 , 48:2 ).

4. This is what is spoken by God.
to them . . . me--literally, "for My knowers," they are true worshippers ( Psalms 36:10 , Isaiah 19:21 ). These are mentioned as specimens.
this--that is, nation
was born there--Of each it is said, "This was born," or is a native of Zion, spiritually.

5. The writer resumes--
This and that man--literally, "man and man," or many ( Genesis 14:10 , Exodus 8:10 Exodus 8:14 ), or all (Isa 44:5 Ga 3:28).
the highest . . . her--God is her protector.

6. The same idea is set forth under the figure of a register made by God (compare Isaiah 4:3 ).

7. As in a great procession of those thus written up, or registered, seeking Zion ( Isaiah 2:3 , Jeremiah 50:5 ), "the singers" and "players," or pipers, shall precede.
all my springs--So each shall say, "All my sources of spiritual joy are in Thee" ( Psalms 46:4 , 84:6 ).