Psalm 31 Meaning - Verse by Verse Explanation from Bible

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Discover Psalm 31 Commentary in detail, with their Bible study and explained, as well as their meaning in the Catholic Bible among others.

Psalm 31-1

In you, O Lord, I have put my trust; may I never be ashamed,
deliver me in your justice.

Psalm 31-2

Incline your ear to me; deliver me soon;
be my strong rock and the fortress to save me.

Psalm 31-3

For you are my rock and my fortress;
for the love of your name guide me and direct me.

Psalm 31-4

Take me out of the net they have hidden for me,
for you are my strength.

Psalm 31-5

Into your hands I commend my spirit;
You have redeemed me, O Jehovah, God of truth.

Psalm 31-6

I have hated those who trust in vain idols,
but I have put my trust in the Lord.

Psalm 31-7

I will rejoice and be glad in your mercy,
because you have seen my affliction;
you have known my soul in the anguish

Psalm 31-8

and did not hand me over to the enemy;
you put my feet in a spacious place.

Psalm 31-9

Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I am in distress;
my eyes, my soul and my body have been consumed with sadness.

Psalm 31-10

Because my life is wasting away with pain and my years with sighing;
My strength is exhausted because of my iniquity, and my bones are wasted.

Psalm 31-11

I have been a reproach of all my enemies,
and of my neighbors in a great way, and the horror of my acquaintances;
those who see me outside run away from me.

Psalm 31-12

I have been forgotten from his heart like a dead man;
I have become like a broken vessel.

Psalm 31-13

For I have heard the slander of many;
fear is everywhere,
as they conspire against me together



and plot to take my life.

Psalm 31-14

But I trust in you, O Lord;
I say: You are my God.

Psalm 31-15

My years are in your hands;
deliver me from the hands of my enemies and my persecutors.

Psalm 31-16

Make your face shine on your servant;
save me by your mercy.

Psalm 31-17

Let me not be ashamed, O Lord, since I have called on you;
let the wicked be put to shame; be silent in Sheol.

Psalm 31-18

Lying lips that speak harsh things against the righteous,
with pride and contempt, are mute.

Psalm 31-19

How great is your goodness, which you have kept for those who fear you,
which you have made for those who take refuge in you, before the sons of men!

Psalm 31-20

In the secret of your presence you will hide them from the conspiracies of man;
you will put them in a tabernacle protected from the containment of tongues.

Psalm 31-21

Blessed be the Lord,
for he has shown me marvelously in mercy in a fortified city.

Psalm 31-22

And I said in my haste:
I am excluded from before your eyes;
However, you heard the voice of my prayers when I cried out to you.

Psalm 31-23

Love the Lord, all you His saints;
The faithful are guarded by the Lord,
and generously rewarded the one who acts in pride.

Psalm 31-24

Be strong, all of you who hope in the Lord,
and let your hearts take heart.

Psalm 31 Meaning

The meaning of Psalm 31 is very interesting, it explains to us how David lived surrounded by traitors and liars, unscrupulous people who found their day to day selfishness. David explains to us how it is in faith towards God where he finds a reason for satisfaction, a reason to move on and get away from the thoughts that dirty his soul.

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