2 You who answer prayer, to you all people will come.

Other Translations of Psalm 65:2

King James Version

2 O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come.

English Standard Version

2 O you who hear prayer, to you shall all flesh come.

The Message

2 You hear the prayer in it all. We all arrive at your doorstep sooner or later, loaded with guilt,

New King James Version

2 O You who hear prayer, To You all flesh will come.

New Living Translation

2 for you answer our prayers. All of us must come to you.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Psalm 65:2

Commentary on Psalm 65:1-5

(Read Psalm 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.