Psalms Chapter 62 verse 5 Holy Bible
My soul, wait thou in silence for God only; For my expectation is from him.
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My soul, put all your faith in God; for from him comes my hope.
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Upon God alone, O my soul, rest peacefully; for my expectation is from him.
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My soul, wait thou only upon God; for my expectation is from him.
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They only consult to cast him down from his excellence: they delight in lies: they bless with their mouth, but they curse inwardly. Selah.
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My soul, wait in silence for God alone, For my expectation is from him.
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Only -- for God, be silent, O my soul, For from Him `is' my hope.
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Psalms 62 : 5 Bible Verse Songs
- He Hideth My Soul by Besy Choir
- In Christ Alone My Hope is Found by Natalie Grant
- I will Trust The Lover of My Soul by Jonathan McReynolds
- My Soul Says Yes by Sonnie Badu
- You Are God Alone by William Mcdowell
- Oh My Soul - You Are Not Alone by Casting Crowns
- Near to Me by I Am They
- Depending On You by Gene Moore
- Be Still My Soul by Pat Barrett
- Anchor of Peace by North Point Worship
- Breathing Room by Kim Walker
- Rest In You by All Sons and Daughters
- Running To You by Mosaic MSC
- Only There by Shane & Shane
- God Alone by Joe Praize
- Be Still My Soul by Acapeldridge
- My Soul Will Wait (Psalm 62) by Sovereign Grace Music
- God And God Alone by Chris Tomlin
Pulpit CommentaryVerses 5-8. - From the thought of his bitter enemies and their wicked machinations against him, the psalmist returns to expressions of his own full confidence in God - first falling back on almost the identical words of his opening stanza (comp. vers. 5, 6 with vers. 1, 2); then slightly varying them (ver. 7); and finally commending trust and confidence to the remnant of the people who continue faithful to God and to his anointed (ver. 8). Verse 5. - My soul, wait thou only upon God. Compare the opening words of the psalm, which are nearly identical. For my expectation is from him. "Expectation" here takes the place of "salvation" in ver. 1. Otherwise there is no difference. The God who has given salvation in the past is the Being from whom it is expected in the future.
Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers(5) As in Psalm 62:1. Truly to God, be silence my soul. The state of resignation is one which can only be preserved by prayer. We may say, I will, but can only feel it through prayer.