Parallel Verses

Darby Translation

I am wearied with my groaning; all the night make I my bed to swim; I dissolve my couch with my tears.

New American Standard Bible

I am weary with my sighing;
Every night I make my bed swim,
I dissolve my couch with my tears.

King James Version

I am weary with my groaning; all the night make I my bed to swim; I water my couch with my tears.

Holman Bible

I am weary from my groaning;
with my tears I dampen my pillow
and drench my bed every night.

International Standard Version

I am weary from my groaning. Every night my couch is drenched with tears, my bed is soaked through.

A Conservative Version

I am weary with my groaning. Every night I make my bed to swim. I water my couch with my tears.

American Standard Version

I am weary with my groaning; Every night make I my bed to swim; I water my couch with my tears.

Amplified


I am weary with my groaning;
Every night I soak my bed with tears,
I drench my couch with my weeping.

Bible in Basic English

The voice of my sorrow is a weariness to me; all the night I make my bed wet with weeping; it is watered by the drops flowing from my eyes.

Julia Smith Translation

I was wearied with my sighing all the night I shall make my bed to swim with my tears; I shall make my couch to flow.

King James 2000

I am weary with my groaning; all the night make I my bed wet with tears; I water my couch with my tears.

Lexham Expanded Bible

I am weary with my groaning; {I flood} my bed every night. With my tears {I drench} my couch.

Modern King James verseion

I am weary in my groaning; all the night I make my bed swim; I melt my couch with my tears.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

I am weary of my groaning; every night wash I my bed, and water my couch with my tears.

NET Bible

I am exhausted as I groan; all night long I drench my bed in tears; my tears saturate the cushion beneath me.

New Heart English Bible

I am weary with my groaning. Every night I flood my bed. I drench my couch with my tears.

The Emphasized Bible

I am weary with my sighing, I flood, through the whole night, my couch, - With my tears, I cause, my bed, to dissolve:

Webster

I am weary with my groaning; all the night I make my bed to swim; I water my couch with my tears.

World English Bible

I am weary with my groaning. Every night I flood my bed. I drench my couch with my tears.

Youngs Literal Translation

I have been weary with my sighing, I meditate through all the night on my bed, With my tear my couch I waste.

References

Easton

Watsons

Context Readings

A Prayer For Mercy

5 For in death there is no remembrance of thee; in Sheol who shall give thanks unto thee? 6 I am wearied with my groaning; all the night make I my bed to swim; I dissolve my couch with my tears. 7 Mine eye wasteth away through grief; it hath grown old because of all mine oppressors.


Cross References

Psalm 69:3

I am weary with my crying, my throat is parched; mine eyes fail while I wait for my God.

Psalm 42:3

My tears have been my bread day and night, while they say unto me all the day, Where is thy God?

Psalm 38:9

Lord, all my desire is before thee, and my sighing is not hid from thee.

Job 7:3

So am I made to possess months of vanity, and wearisome nights are appointed to me.

Job 10:1

My soul is weary of my life: I will give free course to my complaint; I will speak in the bitterness of my soul.

Job 16:20

My friends are my mockers; mine eye poureth out tears unto +God.

Job 23:2

Even to-day is my complaint bitter: my stroke is heavier than my groaning.

Psalm 39:12

Hear my prayer, Jehovah, and give ear unto my cry; be not silent at my tears: for I am a stranger with thee, a sojourner, like all my fathers.

Psalm 77:2-9

In the day of my trouble, I sought the Lord: my hand was stretched out in the night, and slacked not; my soul refused to be comforted.

Psalm 88:9

Mine eye consumeth by reason of affliction. Upon thee, Jehovah, have I called every day; I have stretched out my hands unto thee.

Psalm 102:3-5

For my days are consumed like smoke, and my bones are burned as a firebrand.

Psalm 143:4-7

And my spirit is overwhelmed within me; my heart within me is desolate.

Jeremiah 14:17

And thou shalt say this word unto them: Let mine eyes run down with tears, night and day, and not cease; for the virgin daughter of my people is broken with a great breach, with a very grievous blow.

Lamentations 1:2

She weepeth sore in the night, and her tears are on her cheeks; among all her lovers she hath no comforter; all her friends have dealt treacherously with her, they are become her enemies.

Lamentations 1:16

For these things I weep; mine eye, mine eye runneth down with water: for the comforter that should revive my soul is far from me; my children are desolate, for the enemy hath prevailed.

Lamentations 2:11

Mine eyes are consumed with tears, my bowels are troubled; my liver is poured upon the earth, because of the ruin of the daughter of my people; because infant and suckling swoon in the streets of the city.

Lamentations 2:18-19

Their heart cried unto the Lord. O wall of the daughter of Zion, let tears run down like a torrent day and night: give thyself no respite; let not the apple of thine eye rest.

Lamentations 3:48-50

Mine eye runneth down with streams of water for the ruin of the daughter of my people.

Luke 7:38

and standing at his feet behind him weeping, began to wash his feet with tears; and she wiped them with the hairs of her head, and kissed his feet, and anointed them with the myrrh.

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