Psalms 26:3

“For thy lovingkindness is before mine eyes: and I have walked in thy truth.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

For thy louing kindnesse is before mine eyes: and I haue walked in thy trueth.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

For Your lovingkindness is before my eyes, And I have walked in Your truth.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

For thy lovingkindness is before mine eyes; And I have walked in thy truth.
- American Standard Version (1901)

For your mercy is before my eyes; and I have gone in the way of your good faith.
- Basic English Bible

For thy loving-kindness is before mine eyes, and I have walked in thy truth.
- Darby Bible

For thy loving-kindness is before my eyes: and I have walked in thy truth.
- Webster's Bible

For your loving kindness is before my eyes. I have walked in your truth.
- World English Bible

For Thy kindness [is] before mine eyes, And I have walked habitually in Thy truth.
- Youngs Literal Bible

For Thy mercy is before mine eyes; and I have walked in Thy truth.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Psalms 26:3


26:3 For - I dare appeal to thee, because thou knowest I have a deep sense of thy loving - kindness, by which I have been led to love and obey thee.


Discussion for Psalms 26

  • Irene123
    I was looking for the interpretation of biblical 'hate' as pertains to God saying, "Esau have I hated." In doing so I ran across 'Baker's Evangelical dict.' Among many other instances , he mentions Ps.26:5; that David is saying he (and God) hate evil people. This is NOT what this scripture is saying; it says God hates the evil, not the people; cont.
  • Steve morrow
    PSALM 26:4 I HAVE NOT SAT WITH VAIN PERSONS NEITHER WILL I GO IN WITH DISSEMBLERS/PRETENDERS
  • Tracey Greene
    I really loved the way Mild Bill commented on this Psalms. I totally agree with you
  • A disciple
    I read so many apologizing for David's "Anointed" words, and excusing a weak character and sinning. When the Holy Spirit "mightily filled" David from the day that Samuel anointed him in front of his brothers and his dad; how do some really think that David wasn't writing according to the kind of walk he had with God? Instead they project their own unsanctified and unconsecrated nature to everyone!
  • Mild Bill
    "Mine integrity" is his fairness, in perspective. He is not unaware of his faults and is reliant on trusting in the mercy of the Lord. Some behavior is not his habit. He has "walked" and "will" walk, because he knows something of the place where the Lord dwells, and he wants to be there. He does not hold back his praise of God and his wondrous works. He sees and knows the best of God. Shouldn't we
  • Dereck
    David is taking advantage that he meet with God now and the same God will pronounce judgment on the final day. He want to have feedback right now before the time so that he can rectify his life before the final day. Since he is the one calling for this judgment, it is true that he is ready to change after being shown his failures.

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