World English Bible
Psalm 39 (WEBP)
 I said, “I will watch my ways, so that I don’t sin with my tongue. I will keep my mouth with a bridle while the wicked is before me.”
 I was mute with silence. I held my peace, even from good. My sorrow was stirred.
 My heart was hot within me. While I meditated, the fire burned. I spoke with my tongue:
 “Yahweh, show me my end, what is the measure of my days. Let me know how frail I am.
 Behold, you have made my days hand widths. My lifetime is as nothing before you. Surely every man stands as a breath.” Selah.
 “Surely every man walks like a shadow. Surely they busy themselves in vain. He heaps up, and doesn’t know who shall gather.
 Now, Lord, what do I wait for? My hope is in you.
 Deliver me from all my transgressions. Don’t make me the reproach of the foolish.
 I was mute. I didn’t open my mouth, because you did it.
 Remove your scourge away from me. I am overcome by the blow of your hand.
 When you rebuke and correct man for iniquity, you consume his wealth like a moth. Surely every man is but a breath.” Selah.
 “Hear my prayer, Yahweh, and give ear to my cry. Don’t be silent at my tears. For I am a stranger with you, a foreigner, as all my fathers were.
 Oh spare me, that I may recover strength, before I go away and exist no more.”
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King James w/Strong’s #s
Psalm 39 (KJVS)
 «To the chief Musician H5329 (8764), [even] to Jeduthun H3038, A Psalm H4210 of David H1732.» I said H559 (8804), I will take heed H8104 (8799) to my ways H1870, that I sin H2398 (8800) not with my tongue H3956: I will keep H8104 (8799) my mouth H6310 with a bridle H4269, while the wicked H7563 is before me.
 I was dumb H481 (8738) with silence H1747, I held my peace H2814 (8689), [even] from good H2896; and my sorrow H3511 was stirred H5916 (8738).
 My heart H3820 was hot H2552 (8804) within H7130 me, while I was musing H1901 the fire H784 burned H1197 (8799): [then] H227 spake H1696 (8765) I with my tongue H3956,
 LORD H3068, make me to know H3045 (8685) mine end H7093, and the measure H4060 of my days H3117, what it [is; that] I may know H3045 (8799) how frail H2310 I [am].
 Behold, thou hast made H5414 (8804) my days H3117 [as] an handbreadth H2947; and mine age H2465 [is] as nothing before thee: verily every H3605 man H120 at his best state H5324 (8737) [is] altogether H3605 vanity H1892. Selah H5542.
 Surely every man H376 walketh H1980 (8691) in a vain shew H6754: surely they are disquieted H1993 (8799) in vain H1892: he heapeth up H6651 (8799) [riches], and knoweth H3045 (8799) not who shall gather H622 (8802) them.
 And now, Lord H136, what wait H6960 (8765) I for? my hope H8431 [is] in thee.
 Deliver H5337 (8685) me from all my transgressions H6588: make H7760 (8799) me not the reproach H2781 of the foolish H5036.
 I was dumb H481 (8738), I opened H6605 (8799) not my mouth H6310; because thou didst H6213 (8804) [it].
 Remove H5493 thy stroke H5061 away H5493 (8685) from me: I am consumed H3615 (8804) by the blow H8409 of thine hand H3027.
 When thou with rebukes H8433 dost correct H3256 (8765) man H376 for iniquity H5771, thou makest his beauty H2530 (8803) to consume away H4529 (8686) like a moth H6211: surely every man H120 [is] vanity H1892. Selah H5542.
 Hear H8085 (8798) my prayer H8605, O LORD H3068, and give ear H238 (8685) unto my cry H7775; hold not thy peace H2790 (8799) at my tears H1832: for I [am] a stranger H1616 with thee, [and] a sojourner H8453, as all my fathers H1 [were].
 O spare H8159 (8685) me, that I may recover strength H1082 (8686), before I go hence H3212 (8799), and be no more.
Young’s Literal Translation
Psalm 39 (YLT)
 I have said, ‘I observe my ways, Against sinning with my tongue, I keep for my mouth a curb, while the wicked is before me.’
 I was dumb with silence, I kept silent from good, and my pain is excited.
 Hot is my heart within me, In my meditating doth the fire burn, I have spoken with my tongue.
 ‘Cause me to know, O Jehovah, mine end, And the measure of my days-what it is,’ I know how frail I am.
 Lo, handbreadths Thou hast made my days, And mine age is as nothing before Thee, Only, all vanity is every man set up. Selah.
 Only, in an image doth each walk habitually, Only, in vain, they are disquieted, He heapeth up and knoweth not who gathereth them.
 And, now, what have I expected? O Lord, my hope-it is of Thee.
 From all my transgressions deliver me, A reproach of the fool make me not.
 I have been dumb, I open not my mouth, Because Thou-Thou hast done it.
 Turn aside from off me Thy stroke, From the striving of Thy hand I have been consumed.
 With reproofs against iniquity, Thou hast corrected man, And dost waste as a moth his desirableness, Only, vanity is every man. Selah.
 Hear my prayer, O Jehovah, And to my cry give ear, Unto my tear be not silent, For a sojourner I am with Thee, A settler like all my fathers.
 Look from me, and I brighten up before I go and am not!