Psalms 89 :41

Psalms 89 :41 Translations

King James Version (KJV)

All that pass by the way spoil him: he is a reproach to his neighbors.

American King James Version (AKJV)

All that pass by the way spoil him: he is a reproach to his neighbors.

American Standard Version (ASV)

All that pass by the way rob him: He is become a reproach to his neighbors.

Basic English Translation (BBE)

All those who come by take away his goods; he is laughed at by his neighbours.

Webster's Revision

All that pass by the way plunder him: he is a reproach to his neighbors.

World English Bible

All who pass by the way rob him. He has become a reproach to his neighbors.

English Revised Version (ERV)

All that pass by the way spoil him: he is become a reproach to his neighbours.

Definitions for Psalms 89 :41

Reproach - Disgrace; shame.
Spoil - Booty; prey.

Clarke's Commentary on Psalms 89 :41

All that pass bay the way spoil him - The land is in the condition of a vineyard, the hedge of which is broken down, so that they who pass by may pull the grapes, and dismantle or tear down the vines. The Chaldeans and the Assyrians began the ravage; the Samaritans on the one hand, and the Idumeans on the other, have completed it.

Barnes's Commentary on Psalms 89 :41

All that pass by the way spoil him - The sentiment here is substantially the same as in Psalm 80:12. See the notes at that place. The idea is that of fields or vineyards, where all the fences, the walls, and the hedges are thrown down so that they become like an open common.

He is a reproach to his neighbors - An object of ridicule, as if he were forsaken by God; as if east out and despised.

Wesley's Commentary on Psalms 89 :41

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