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Psalm 95:5 ASV
The sea is his, and he made it; And his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 BBE
The sea is his, and he made it; and the dry land was formed by his hands.
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Psalm 95:5 CEB
the sea, which he made, is his along with the dry ground, which his own hands formed.
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Psalm 95:5 CJB
The sea is his - he made it -and his hands shaped the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 RHE
(94-5) For the sea is his, and he made it: and his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 ESV
The sea is his, for he made it, and his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 GW
The sea is his. He made it, and his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 GNT
He rules over the sea, which he made; the land also, which he himself formed.
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Psalm 95:5 HNV
The sea is his, and he made it. His hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 CSB
The sea is His; He made it. His hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 KJV
The sea is his, and he made it: and his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 LEB
to whom belongs the sea that he made, and [the] dry land [that] his hands formed.
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Psalm 95:5 NAS
The sea is His, for it was He who made it, And His hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 NCV
The sea is his because he made it, and he created the land with his own hands.
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Psalm 95:5 NIRV
The ocean is his, because he made it. He formed the dry land with his hands.
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Psalm 95:5 NIV
The sea is his, for he made it, and his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 NKJV
The sea is His, for He made it; And His hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 NLT
The sea belongs to him, for he made it. His hands formed the dry land, too.
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Psalm 95:5 NRS
The sea is his, for he made it, and the dry land, which his hands have formed.
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Psalm 95:5 RSV
The sea is his, for he made it; for his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 DBY
The sea is his, and he made it, and his hands formed the dry [land].
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Psalm 95:5 MSG
He made Ocean - he owns it! His hands sculpted Earth!
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Psalm 95:5 WBT
The sea [is] his, and he made it: and his hands formed the dry [land].
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Psalm 95:5 TMB
The sea is His, and He made it; and His hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 TNIV
The sea is his, for he made it, and his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 WEB
The sea is his, and he made it. His hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 WYC
For the sea is his, and he made it; and his hands formed the dry land.
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Psalm 95:5 YLT
Whose is the sea, and He made it, And His hands formed the dry land.
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Psalms 95 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 95

part. An exhortation to praise God. (1-7) A warning not to tempt Him. (7-11)

Verses 1-7 Whenever we come into God's presence, we must come with thanksgiving. The Lord is to be praised; we do not want matter, it were well if we did not want a heart. How great is that God, whose the whole earth is, and the fulness thereof; who directs and disposes of all!, The Lord Jesus, whom we are here taught to praise, is a great God; the mighty God is one of his titles, and God over all, blessed for evermore. To him all power is given, both in heaven and earth. He is our God, and we should praise him. He is our Saviour, and the Author of our blessedness. The gospel church is his flock, Christ is the great and good Shepherd of believers; he sought them when lost, and brought them to his fold.

Verses 7-11 Christ calls upon his people to hear his voice. You call him Master, or Lord; then be his willing, obedient people. Hear the voice of his doctrine, of his law, and in both, of his Spirit: hear and heed; hear and yield. Christ's voice must be heard to-day. This day of opportunity will not last always; improve it while it is called to-day. Hearing the voice of Christ is the same with believing. Hardness of heart is at the bottom of all distrust of the Lord. The sins of others ought to be warnings to us not to tread in their steps. The murmurings of Israel were written for our admonition. God is not subject to such passions as we are; but he is very angry at sin and sinners. That certainly is evil, which deserves such a recompence; and his threatenings are as sure as his promises. Let us be aware of the evils of our hearts, which lead us to wander from the Lord. There is a rest ordained for believers, the rest of everlasting refreshment, begun in this life, and perfected in the life to come. This is the rest which God calls his rest.

Psalms 95 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

PSALM 95

Psalms 95:1-11 . David ( Hebrews 4:7 ) exhorts men to praise God for His greatness, and warns them, in God's words, against neglecting His service.

1. The terms used to express the highest kind of joy.
rock--a firm basis, giving certainty of salvation ( Psalms 62:7 ).

2. come . . . presence--literally, "approach," or, meet Him ( Psalms 17:13 ).

3. above . . . gods--esteemed such by men, though really nothing ( Jeremiah 5:7 , 10:10-15 ).

4, 5. The terms used describe the world in its whole extent, subject to God.

6. come--or, "enter," with solemn forms, as well as hearts.

7. This relation illustrates our entire dependence (compare Psalms 23:3 , 74:1 ). The last clause is united by Paul ( Hebrews 3:7 ) to the following (compare Psalms 81:8 ),

8-11. warning against neglect; and this is sustained by citing the melancholy fate of their rebellious ancestors, whose provoking insolence is described by quoting the language of God's complaint ( Numbers 14:11 ) of their conduct at Meribah and Massah, names given ( Exodus 17:7 ) to commemorate their strife and contention with Him ( Psalms 78:18 Psalms 78:41 ).

10. err in their heart--Their wanderings in the desert were but types of their innate ignorance and perverseness.
that they should not--literally, "if they," &c., part of the form of swearing (compare Numbers 14:30 , Psalms 89:35 ).