Discover Psalm 39 Commentary in detail, with their Bible study and explained, as well as their meaning in the Catholic Bible among others.
I said: I will keep my ways,
so that I do not sin with my tongue;
I will guard my mouth with a bridle,
while the wicked is before me.
I fell silent with silence; I kept silent even about the good,
and my pain worsened.
My heart burned within me;
fire burned in my reflections,
and so I spoke with my tongue:
Let me know, O Lord, my end
and how much is the measure of my days;
I know how fragile I am.
Behold, you gave my days a short term,
and my age is as nothing before you;
certainly every man who lives is complete vanity. Selah
Certainly, like a shadow man walks;
certainly in vain he toils;
accumulates, and does not know who will collect.
And now, Lord, what will I wait for?
My hope is in you.
Deliver me from all my transgressions;
do not make me a derision of the fool.
I fell silent; I didn’t open my mouth,
because you did.
Remove your scourge from me;
I am consumed under the blows of your hand.
With penalties for sin you correct a man,
and destroy what is most dear to him like moth;
indeed, every man is vanity. Selah
Hear my prayer, O Lord, and hear my cry.
Do not be silent before my tears,
because I am a stranger to you,
and a pilgrim, like all my parents.
Avert your gaze from me, and I will take strength
before I go away and cease to be.
Psalm 39 Meaning
The meaning of Psalm 39 is very interesting, it speaks to us above all of those characteristics that the Christian must have, and in them we are reminded that we must review our actions, our thoughts and our actions, all of them must go hand in hand with the faith of God, of goodness and good deeds.
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