Psalms 119:124

“Deal with thy servant according unto thy mercy, and teach me thy statutes.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Psalms 119:124

Deale with thy seruant according vnto thy mercie: and teach me thy Statutes.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

Deal with Your servant according to Your lovingkindness And teach me Your statutes.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Deal with thy servant according unto thy lovingkindness, And teach me thy statutes.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Be good to your servant in your mercy, and give me teaching in your rules.
- Basic English Bible

Deal with thy servant according to thy loving-kindness, and teach me thy statutes.
- Darby Bible

Deal with thy servant according to thy mercy, and teach me thy statutes.
- Webster's Bible

Deal with your servant according to your loving kindness. Teach me your statutes.
- World English Bible

Do with Thy servant according to Thy kindness. And Thy statutes teach Thou me.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Deal with Thy servant according unto Thy mercy, and teach me Thy statutes.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Psalms 119:124

Wesley's Notes for Psalms 119:124

119:122 Surety - Do thou undertake and plead my cause.

119:123 The word - For the performance of thy faithful or merciful promise.

119:126 To work - To put forth thy power for the restraint of evil - doers. They - The wicked. Made void - Or, abrogated thy law, have openly cast off its authority.

Discussion for Psalms 119:124

  • Mike D on Psalms 119:124
    David's plea is that God would deal with him in mercy. David knew that he failed miserably short in measuring up to God's righteous standard. Though his heart was after God and that was the dominating characteristic of his life, he still knew the failures in the past. In Psalms 51 we read David's confession to God after committing adultery with Bathsheba and having her husband killed when he said, " I acknowledge my transgressions and my sin is ever before me." There is no one who knows themselves that would dare to ask God to judge me according to my equal righteousness that I share with You, and would not rather fall down on their face and cry our for God's abundant mercy. David finishes the verse asking God, teach me thy statutes. He knew the very capability of understanding God's word was of the mercies of God.


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