Psalm 65:2
New International Version
You who answer prayer, to you all people will come.

New Living Translation
for you answer our prayers. All of us must come to you.

English Standard Version
O you who hear prayer, to you shall all flesh come.

Berean Study Bible
O You who listen to prayer, all men will come to You.

New American Standard Bible
O You who hear prayer, To You all men come.

King James Bible
O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come.

Christian Standard Bible
All humanity will come to you, the one who hears prayer.

Contemporary English Version
Everyone will come to you because you answer prayer.

Good News Translation
because you answer prayers. People everywhere will come to you

Holman Christian Standard Bible
All humanity will come to You, the One who hears prayer.

International Standard Version
Since you hear prayer, everybody will come to you.

NET Bible
You hear prayers; all people approach you.

New Heart English Bible
You who hear prayer, to you all men will come.

Aramaic Bible in Plain English
Hear my prayer; everybody will come to you!

GOD'S WORD® Translation
You are the one who hears prayers. Everyone will come to you.

JPS Tanakh 1917
O Thou that hearest prayer, Unto Thee doth all flesh come.

New American Standard 1977
O Thou who dost hear prayer, To Thee all men come.

Jubilee Bible 2000
O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come.

King James 2000 Bible
O you that hears prayer, unto you shall all flesh come.

American King James Version
O you that hear prayer, to you shall all flesh come.

American Standard Version
O thou that hearest prayer, Unto thee shall all flesh come.

Brenton Septuagint Translation
Hear my prayer; to thee all flesh shall come.

Douay-Rheims Bible
O hear my prayer: all flesh shall come to thee.

Darby Bible Translation
O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come.

English Revised Version
O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come.

Webster's Bible Translation
O thou that hearest prayer, to thee shall all flesh come.

World English Bible
You who hear prayer, to you all men will come.

Young's Literal Translation
Hearer of prayer, to Thee all flesh cometh.
Study Bible
Praise Awaits You, O God, in Zion
1For the choirmaster. A Psalm of David. A Song. Praise awaits You, O God, in Zion; to You our vows will be fulfilled. 2O You who listen to prayer, all men will come to You. 3When iniquities prevail against me, You atone for our transgressions.…
Cross References
Psalm 48:10
Your name, O God, like Your praise, reaches to the ends of the earth; Your right hand is full of righteousness.

Psalm 86:9
All the nations You have made will come and bow before You, O Lord, and they will glorify Your name.

Psalm 145:21
My mouth will declare the praise of the LORD; let every creature bless His holy name forever and ever.

Isaiah 66:23
From one New Moon to another and from one Sabbath to another, all mankind will come to worship before Me," says the LORD.

Treasury of Scripture

O you that hear prayer, to you shall all flesh come.


Psalm 66:19
But verily God hath heard me; he hath attended to the voice of my prayer.

Psalm 102:17
He will regard the prayer of the destitute, and not despise their prayer.

Psalm 145:18,19
The LORD is nigh unto all them that call upon him, to all that call upon him in truth…

unto thee

Psalm 22:27
All the ends of the world shall remember and turn unto the LORD: and all the kindreds of the nations shall worship before thee.

Psalm 66:4
All the earth shall worship thee, and shall sing unto thee; they shall sing to thy name. Selah.

Psalm 86:9
All nations whom thou hast made shall come and worship before thee, O Lord; and shall glorify thy name.

O You who listen to
שֹׁמֵ֥עַ (šō·mê·a‘)
Verb - Qal - Participle - masculine singular
Strong's Hebrew 8085: To hear intelligently

תְּפִלָּ֑ה (tə·p̄il·lāh)
Noun - feminine singular
Strong's Hebrew 8605: Intercession, supplication, a hymn

כָּל־ (kāl-)
Noun - masculine singular construct
Strong's Hebrew 3605: The whole, all, any, every

בָּשָׂ֥ר (bā·śār)
Noun - masculine singular
Strong's Hebrew 1320: Flesh, body, person, the pudenda of a, man

will come
יָבֹֽאוּ׃ (yā·ḇō·’ū)
Verb - Qal - Imperfect - third person masculine plural
Strong's Hebrew 935: To come in, come, go in, go

to You.
עָ֝דֶ֗יךָ (‘ā·ḏe·ḵā)
Preposition | second person masculine singular
Strong's Hebrew 5704: As far as, even to, up to, until, while
(2) Unto thee shall all flesh come.--This has usually, and most truly, been taken as prophetic of the extension of the true religion to the Gentiles. But we must not let what was, in the Divine providence, a fulfilment of the psalmist's words, hide their intention as it was conscious to himself. The psalm shows us the exclusiveness of Hebrew belief, and, at the same time, the nobler and grander feelings which are from time to time found struggling against it. The peculiar privilege of Israel has been stated in the first verse. Silent, yet confident, waiting for Jehovah's blessing, and then exultant praise for it (Tehillah). In this the other nations have no part; but all flesh may approach Jehovah in prayer (Tephillah). (Compare Psalm 65:5.)

Verse 2. - O thou that hearest prayer. A necessary and inalienable attribute of God. Calvin rightly observes on the passage: "God can no more divest himself of his attribute of hearing prayer than of being." Unto thee shall all flesh come. "All flesh" might certainly, in a psalmist's mouth, mean no more than "all Israel" (so Ewald and Hitzig). But the context (especially in vers. 5 and 8) shows that in this psalm the writer is universalist in his ideas, and embraces all mankind in his hopes and aspirations (comp. Psalm 22:27, 28; Psalm 86:9; Isaiah 66:23; Jeremiah 16:19; Joel 2:28). 65:1-5 All the praise the Lord receives from this earth is from Zion, being the fruit of the Spirit of Christ, and acceptable through him. Praise is silent unto thee, as wanting words to express the great goodness of God. He reveals himself upon a mercy-seat, ready to hear and answer the prayers of all who come unto him by faith in Jesus Christ. Our sins prevail against us; we cannot pretend to balance them with any righteousness of our own: yet, as for our transgressions, of thine own free mercy, and for the sake of a righteousness of thine own providing, we shall not come into condemnation for them. Observe what it is to come into communion with God in order to blessedness. It is to converse with him as one we love and value; it is to apply ourselves closely to religion as to the business of our dwelling-place. Observe how we come into communion with God; only by God's free choice. There is abundance of goodness in God's house, and what is satisfying to the soul; there is enough for all, enough for each: it is always ready; and all without money and without price. By faith and prayer we may keep up communion with God, and bring in comfort from him, wherever we are. But it is only through that blessed One, who approaches the Father as our Advocate and Surety, that sinners may expect or can find this happiness.
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