Parallel Verses

Bible in Basic English

Take away the shame which is my fear; for your decisions are good.

New American Standard Bible

Turn away my reproach which I dread, For Your ordinances are good.

King James Version

Turn away my reproach which I fear: for thy judgments are good.

Holman Bible

Turn away the disgrace I dread; indeed, Your judgments are good.

International Standard Version

Turn away the shame that I dread, because your ordinances are good.

A Conservative Version

Turn away my reproach of which I am afraid, for thine ordinances are good.

American Standard Version

Turn away my reproach whereof I am afraid; For thine ordinances are good.

Amplified

Turn away my reproach which I fear and dread, for Your ordinances are good.

Darby Translation

Turn away my reproach which I fear; for thy judgments are good.

Jubilee 2000 Bible

Turn away my reproach which I have feared, for thy judgments are good.

Julia Smith Translation

Cause my reproach to pass away which I feared for thy judgments are good.

King James 2000

Turn away my reproach which I fear: for your judgments are good.

Lexham Expanded Bible

Turn away my disgrace that I dread, for your ordinances [are] good.

Modern King James verseion

Turn away my shame which I fear; for Your judgments are good.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

Take away the rebuke that I am afraid of; for thy judgments are good.

NET Bible

Take away the insults that I dread! Indeed, your regulations are good.

New Heart English Bible

Take away my disgrace that I dread, for your ordinances are good.

The Emphasized Bible

Cause to pass away my reproach, that I have feared, for, thy regulations, are good.

Webster

Turn away my reproach which I fear: for thy judgments are good.

World English Bible

Take away my disgrace that I dread, for your ordinances are good.

Youngs Literal Translation

Remove my reproach that I have feared, For Thy judgments are good.

References

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Verse Info

Context Readings

HeÊ&Frac14;

38 Give effect to your word to your servant, in whose heart is the fear of you. 39 Take away the shame which is my fear; for your decisions are good. 40 See how great is my desire for your orders: give me life in your righteousness.


Cross References

Psalm 119:22

Take away from me shame and bitter words; for I have kept your unchanging word in my heart.

Deuteronomy 4:8

And what great nation has laws and decisions so right as all this law which I put before you today?

2 Samuel 12:14

But still, because you have had no respect for the Lord, death will certainly overtake the child who has newly come to birth.

Psalm 19:9

The fear of the Lord is clean, and has no end; the decisions of the Lord are true and full of righteousness.

Psalm 39:8

Make me free from all my sins; do not let me be shamed by the man of evil behaviour.

Psalm 57:3

He will send from heaven, and take me from the power of him whose desire is for my destruction. God will send out his mercy and his good faith.

Psalm 119:20

My soul is broken with desire for your decisions at all times.

Psalm 119:31

I have been true to your unchanging word; O Lord, do not put me to shame.

Psalm 119:43

Take not your true word quite out of my mouth; for I have put my hope in your decisions.

Psalm 119:75

I have seen, O Lord, that your decisions are right, and that in unchanging faith you have sent trouble on me.

Psalm 119:123

My eyes are wasted with desire for your salvation, and for the word of your righteousness.

Psalm 119:131

My mouth was open wide, waiting with great desire for your teachings.

Isaiah 26:8

We have been waiting for you, O Lord; the desire of our soul is for the memory of your name.

Romans 2:2

And we are conscious that God is a true judge against those who do such things.

1 Timothy 3:7

And he is to have a good name among those outside the church, so that nothing may be said against him and he may not be taken by the designs of the Evil One.

1 Timothy 5:14

So it is my desire that the younger widows may be married and have children, controlling their families, and giving the Evil One no chance to say anything against them,

Titus 2:8

Saying true and right words, against which no protest may be made, so that he who is not on our side may be put to shame, unable to say any evil of us.

Revelation 19:2

For true and upright are his decisions; for by him has the evil woman been judged, who made the earth unclean with the sins of her body; and he has given her punishment for the blood of his servants.

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