Psalms 119:41

“VAU. Let thy mercies come also unto me, O LORD, even thy salvation, according to thy word.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Psalms 119:41

[VAV.] Let thy mercies come also vnto me, O Lord: euen thy saluation, according to thy word.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

May Your lovingkindnesses also come to me, O LORD, Your salvation according to Your word;
- New American Standard Version (1995)

VAV. Let thy lovingkindnesses also come unto me, O Jehovah, Even thy salvation, according to thy word.
- American Standard Version (1901)

<VAU> Let your mercies come to me, O Lord, even your salvation, as you have said.
- Basic English Bible

VAU. And let thy loving-kindness come unto me, O Jehovah, -- thy salvation according to thy ??word.
- Darby Bible

VAU. Let thy mercies come also to me, O LORD, even thy salvation, according to thy word.
- Webster's Bible

Let your loving kindness also come to me, Yahweh, your salvation, according to your word.
- World English Bible

[Waw.] And meet me doth Thy kindness, O Jehovah, Thy salvation according to Thy saying.
- Youngs Literal Bible

VAV. Let Thy mercies also come unto me, O LORD, even Thy salvation, according to Thy word;
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Psalms 119:41

Wesley's Notes for Psalms 119:41

119:39 I fear - For my instability in thy ways; which in respect to my own weakness, I have great cause to fear.

119:40 Longed - After a more solid knowledge and constant performance of them. In - According to thy faithfulness.

119:43 Take not - Do not deal so with me, that I shall be ashamed to mention thy word. Judgments - In thy word.

Discussion for Psalms 119:41

  • Mike D on Psalms 119:41
    David had an deep understanding of God 's Law and he knew enough that observance of it was not the way of Salvation. He knew it rest on the mercies of God. David had both a temporal and a eternal salvation in mind. As a king David would battle many enemies, and for that he asked temporal salvation, but more than that he knew what he deserved eternally, and it wasn 't eternal life and for that he cried out for God to save him eternally. David himself, under the inspiration of God, had penned many of the promises of God and was placing his trust in God 's word.


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