Psalms 119:52


“I remembered thy judgments of old, O LORD; and have comforted myself.”

King James Version (KJV)



Other Translations of Psalms 119:52

“I remembred thy iudgements of old, O Lord: and haue comforted my selfe.”
King James Version (1611) - View original scan of Psalms chapter 119

“I have remembered Your ordinances from of old, O LORD, And comfort myself.”
New American Standard Version (1995)

“I have remembered thine ordinances of old, O Jehovah, And have comforted myself.”
American Standard Version (1901)

“I have kept the memory of your decisions from times past, O Lord; and they have been my comfort.”
Basic English Bible

“I remembered thy judgments of old, O Jehovah, and have comforted myself.”
Darby Bible

“I remembered thy judgments of old, O LORD; and have comforted myself. ”
Webster's Bible

“I remember your ordinances of old, Yahweh, and have comforted myself.”
World English Bible

“I remembered Thy judgments of old, O Jehovah, And I comfort myself.”
Youngs Literal Bible

“ I have remembered Thine ordinances which are of old, O LORD, and have comforted myself.”
Jewish Publication Society Bible


Mike D's comment on 2015-06-15 04:35:48:

The memory is an amazing thing however in order for you to recall the word of God you must first commit it to memory. When anyone faces opposition due to the Word and obedience to it, they will find comfort during the affliction, knowing that they could suffer for no better cause than honoring God in the trial. 1 Peter 2 20 states, there no comfort in suffering when you have done wrong, but if you suffer when you do well and you take it patiently. this is acceptable to God. This teaching has been lost in much of todays churches. David found the comfort of God in hard places.


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