Psalms 19:12

“Who can understand his errors? cleanse thou me from secret faults.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

Who can vnderstand his errours? cleanse thou me from secret faults.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

Who can discern {his} errors? Acquit me of hidden {faults.}
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Who can discern `his' errors? Clear thou me from hidden `faults'.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Who has full knowledge of his errors? make me clean from secret evil.
- Basic English Bible

Who understandeth [his] errors? Purify me from secret [faults].
- Darby Bible

Who can understand his errors? cleanse thou me from secret faults.
- Webster's Bible

Who can discern his errors? Forgive me from hidden errors.
- World English Bible

Errors! who doth understand? From hidden ones declare me innocent,
- Youngs Literal Bible

(19:13) Who can discern his errors? Clear Thou me from hidden faults.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Psalms 19:12

19:12 Who - Thy law, O Lord, is holy and just and good. But I fall infinitely short of it. Cleanse - Both by justification, through the blood of thy son; and by sanctification thro' thy holy spirit. Though the first may seem to be principally intended, because he speaks of his past sins. Secret - From the guilt of such sins as were secret either, from others; such as none knows but God and my own conscience: or, from myself; such as I never observed, or did not discern the evil of. Pardon my unknown sins, of which I never repented particularly, as I should have done.

Discussion for Psalms 19

  • BSP
    Verses 7 and 8 describe God's Word. All of it is beneficial and not burdensome.
  • Matt Dillman
    Psalms 19:14 pretty much sums up how we should act in gods eyes.
  • Horace Owens
    God's Word is so powerful and heart changing, i know that I really need him every day to work in my life and to keep my heart and mouth, so that iam pleasing and acceptable in his sight.
  • Juanita tarver
    Afer hearing a sermon on psalm 19:12'13 and 14. I thought this in particular should be read daily by me.
  • Steve morrow
    ???IRENE 123psalm 19:1 the heavens declare the glory of GOD and the firmament showeth HIS handywork 2 day unto day uttereth speech and night unto night showeth knowledge (3)THERE IS NO SPEECH NOR LANGUAGE WHERE THEIR VOICE IS NOT HEARD-------1 CORIN 11:3 BUT I WOULD HAVE YOU KNOW THAT THE HEAD OF EVERY MAN IS CHRIST AND THE HEAD OF THE WOMAN IS MAN --------AND THE HEAD OF CHRIST IS GOD-------
  • Mild Bill
    Beware old sins which resurface in life. Presumptuous sins start small in the thoughts, but do great damage in the spirit. But for the grace and mercy of God, I could never forgive myself, to start anew. Thanks be to God.

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