Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Psalms 39:13

Context
NET ©

Turn your angry gaze away from me, so I can be happy before I pass away. 1 

NIV ©

Look away from me, that I may rejoice again before I depart and am no more."

NASB ©

"Turn Your gaze away from me, that I may smile again Before I depart and am no more."

NLT ©

Spare me so I can smile again before I am gone and exist no more.

MSG ©

Give me a break, cut me some slack before it's too late and I'm out of here."

BBE ©

Let your wrath be turned away from me, so that I may be comforted, before I go away from here, and become nothing.

NRSV ©

Turn your gaze away from me, that I may smile again, before I depart and am no more."

NKJV ©

Remove Your gaze from me, that I may regain strength, Before I go away and am no more."


KJV
O spare
<08159> (8685)
me, that I may recover strength
<01082> (8686)_,
before I go hence
<03212> (8799)_,
and be no more.
NASB ©
"Turn
<08159>
Your gaze
<08159>
away
<08159>
from me, that I may smile
<01082>
again Before
<02962>
I depart
<01980>
and am no
<0369>
more
<0369>
."
HEBREW
ynnyaw
<0369>
Kla
<01980>
Mrjb
<02962>
hgylbaw
<01082>
ynmm
<04480>
esh
<08159>
(39:13)
<39:14>
LXXM
(38:14) anev
<447
V-AAD-2S
moi
<1473
P-DS
ina
<2443
CONJ
anaquxw
<404
V-FAI-1S
pro
<4253
PREP
tou
<3588
T-GSN
me
<1473
P-AS
apelyein
<565
V-AAN
kai
<2532
CONJ
ouketi
<3765
ADV
mh
<3165
ADV
uparxw
<5225
V-AAS-1S
NET © [draft] ITL
Turn
<08159>
your angry gaze away
<08159>
from
<04480>
me, so I can be happy
<01082>
before
<02962>
I pass
<01980>
away
<0369>
.
NET ©

Turn your angry gaze away from me, so I can be happy before I pass away. 1 

NET © Notes

tn Heb “Gaze away from me and I will smile before I go and am not.” The precise identification of the initial verb form (הָשַׁע, hasha’) is uncertain. It could be from the root שָׁעָע (shaa’, “smear”), but “your eyes” would be the expected object in this case (see Isa 6:10). The verb may be an otherwise unattested Hiphil form of שָׁעָה (shaah, “to gaze”) meaning “cause your gaze to be.” Some prefer to emend the form to the Qal שְׁעֵה (shÿeh, “gaze”; see Job 14:6). If one does read a form of the verb “to gaze,” the angry divine “gaze” of discipline would seem to be in view (see vv. 10-11). For a similar expression of this sentiment see Job 10:20-21.



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