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Psalm 9:14

ESV that I may recount all your praises, that in the gates of the daughter of Zion I may rejoice in your salvation.
NIV that I may declare your praises in the gates of Daughter Zion, and there rejoice in your salvation.
NASB So that I may tell of all Your praises, That in the gates of the daughter of Zion I may rejoice in Your salvation.
CSB so that I may declare all your praises. I will rejoice in your salvation within the gates of Daughter Zion.
NLT Save me so I can praise you publicly at Jerusalem’s gates, so I can rejoice that you have rescued me.
KJV That I may show forth all thy praise in the gates of the daughter of Zion: I will rejoice in thy salvation.
NKJV That I may tell of all Your praise In the gates of the daughter of Zion. I will rejoice in Your salvation.

What does Psalm 9:14 mean?

Having prayed for deliverance from his enemies (Psalm 9:13), David anticipates praising the Lord in the tabernacle at Jerusalem for rescuing him. For David, the concepts of deliverance and praise are closely linked.

Believers should always praise the Lord for His protection and care. Unfortunately, a person may be quick to pray for deliverance from trouble, but slow to praise the Lord when He answers his prayer. Ten lepers met Jesus when He entered a village. They stood at a distance and shouted: "Jesus, Master, have mercy on us" (Luke 17:13). At Jesus' command, the lepers set out to show themselves to the priests. As they were on their way, their leprosy left them; they were healed. However, only one of the ten returned to Jesus to thank Him. Jesus asked, "Were not ten cleansed? Where are the nine?" (Luke 17:17). Ingratitude is sinful. Paul tells the believers at Thessalonica, "Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you" (1 Thessalonians 5:18).
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