Psalm 71:14

14 As for me, I will always have hope; I will praise you more and more.

Read Psalm 71:14 Using Other Translations

But I will hope continually, and will yet praise thee more and more.
But I will hope continually and will praise you yet more and more.
But I will keep on hoping for your help; I will praise you more and more.

What does Psalm 71:14 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Psalms 71:14

But I will hope continually
For deliverance and salvation from present outward troubles, for; more grace here and glory hereafter: it is the excellency of the grace of hope to be exercised in times of affliction and distress, and with Abraham to believe in hope against hope; and then it is that this grace is eminently and remarkably useful: it is an anchor to the soul when in distress, which keeps it firm and steadfast; and an helmet, which covers the head in the day of battle; in the exercise of which the believer glories in tribulation: it is an abiding grace, and should be continually exercised by those that have it, which is to abound in it; but this must be through the power of the Holy Ghost, ( Romans 15:13 ) ;

and will yet praise thee more and more;
or "will add to all thy praise" {b}; to former praises and thanksgivings, fresh ones, as his mercies were renewed to him, and he was daily loaded with benefits.


F2 (Ktlht lk le ytpowhw) "omnibus laudibus tuis adjiciam", Tigurine version.
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