Psalm 8 - For the choir director: A psalm of David, to be accompanied by a
stringed instrument. O LORD, our ... similarly in 8:6. New Living Translation (NLT)
Apr 18, 2013 ... Psalm 8 explores the theme of God's majestic splendor and our puny ... The first
word translated “Lord” is the Hebrew word, Yahweh, God's ...
The Authorised Version follows the LXX. in a translation suggested doubtlessly ...
men, as in Psalm 82:1; Psalm 97:7; Psalm 138:1; Exodus 21:6; Exodus 22:8-9.
Psalm 8 - NIV: LORD, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! You
have set your glory in the heaven... ... Translation: All Translations, Almeida ...
[Psalm 8] While marvelling at the limitless grandeur of God (Ps 8:2–3), the
psalmist ... by “angel, messenger”; several ancient and modern versions so
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Feb 23, 2014 ... Should the word elohim in Psalm 8:5 be translated into gods/angels/or god? The
NIV translates it this way: You have made them a little lower ...
Bible commentary about Psalm 8 (Matthew Henry's Commentary).
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There is a huge difference between the KJV's translation of Psalm 8:5 and those
of the modern versions. The KJV tells us that we were made a little lower than ...