Turn back toward us, O Lord! How long must this suffering last? Have pity on your servants!
Return, O LORD, how long? and let it repent thee concerning thy servants.
Turn and have compassion on Your servants.
Please return, LORD! When will it be? Comfort your servants.
Return, O LORD. How long? And relent concerning thy servants.
Return, O Jehovah; how long? And let it repent thee concerning thy servants.
Turn, O Lord [from Your fierce anger]; how long will it be?
Be compassionate toward Your servants—revoke Your sentence.
Return, Jehovah: how long? and let it repent thee concerning thy servants.
Turn back, O Jehovah, how long? and have pity upon thy servants.
Return, O LORD, how long? and may you have compassion concerning your servants.
Return, O Yahweh. How long? And have compassion on your servants.
Return, O Jehovah! How long? And give pity to Your servants.
Turn thee again, O LORD, at the last, and be gracious unto thy servants.
Relent, LORD. How long? Have compassion on your servants.
Return, Yahweh, oh how long? And have compassion upon thy servants;
Return, O LORD, how long? and repent thou concerning thy servants.
Relent, Yahweh! How long? Have compassion on your servants!
Turn back, O Jehovah, till when? And repent concerning Thy servants.
Word Count of 19 Translations in Psalm 90:13
The Lord will judge his people, and will change his plans concerning his servants; when he sees that their power has disappeared, and that no one is left, whether confined or set free.
For the Lord vindicates his people, and has compassion on his servants.
He remembered his covenant with them, and relented because of his great loyal love.
O God, invincible warrior, come back! Look down from heaven and take notice! Take care of this vine,
The Lord decided not to do this. "It will not happen," the Lord said.
The Lord decided not to do this. The sovereign Lord said, "This will not happen either."
Who knows? Perhaps God might be willing to change his mind and relent and turn from his fierce anger so that we might not die."
Why should the Egyptians say, 'For evil he led them out to kill them in the mountains and to destroy them from the face of the earth'? Turn from your burning anger, and relent of this evil against your people.
Then the Lord relented over the evil that he had said he would do to his people.
I am absolutely terrified, and you, Lord -- how long will this continue?
How long, O God, will the adversary hurl insults? Will the enemy blaspheme your name forever?
How long, O Lord, will this last? Will you remain hidden forever? Will your anger continue to burn like fire?
But after I have uprooted the people of those nations, I will relent and have pity on them. I will restore the people of each of those nations to their own lands and to their own country.
How can I give you up, O Ephraim? How can I surrender you, O Israel? How can I treat you like Admah? How can I make you like Zeboiim? I have had a change of heart! All my tender compassions are aroused!
Return to the Lord your God, for he is merciful and compassionate, slow to anger and boundless in loyal love -- often relenting from calamitous punishment.
"'Therefore,' says the Lord, 'I have become compassionate toward Jerusalem and will rebuild my temple in it,' says the Lord who rules over all. 'Once more a surveyor's measuring line will be stretched out over Jerusalem.'