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1 Chronicles 17:18
What can David speak more to Thee for the honor of Thy servant? For Thou knowest Thy servant.
What can David say yet more unto thee concerning the honor which is done to thy servant? for thou knowest thy servant.
What more can David say to You for the honor granted to Your servant? For You know Your servant.
What more can David say to You for thus honoring Your servant? For You know Your servant.
What can David speak more to thee for the honour of thy servant? for thou knowest thy servant.
What more can I say to you for honoring your servant? You yourself know your servant.
What more can David say to you about the honor you are bestowing on your servant? For you know your servant intimately.
I am your servant, and you know my thoughts. What else can I say, except that you have honored me?
What can David [say] more to thee for the glory of thy servant? thou indeed knowest thy servant.
What can David add more, seeing thou hast thus glorified thy servant, and known him?
What more can I say? You have done so much for me. And I am only your servant. You know that.
And what more can David say to you for honoring your servant? For you know your servant.
And what more can David say to you for honouring your servant? For you know your servant.
“What more can ·I [L David] say to you for honoring me, your servant? You know me so well.
What can David desire more of thee for the honor of thy servant? for thou knowest thy servant.
“What more can I do for you in light of the honor you have given to me and since you know me so well!
What more can I say to you! You know me well, and yet you honor me, your servant.
What more can David say to You for honoring Your servant? You know Your servant.
“What more can I say to you? You have done so much for me, your servant. You love me so much.
“What more can David say to you about how you are honoring your servant, and you surely know your servant.
What more can David add asking thee to glorify thy slave? For thou knowest thy slave.
What can David speak more to thee for the honour of thy servant? for thou knowest thy servant.
What can David speak more to thee for the honour of thy servant? for thou knowest thy servant.
What more can David do to you for honoring your servant? Now you know your servant.
What else can I say? You know that I am but a dog, yet you have decided to honor me!
King David went in, took his place before God, and prayed: Who am I, my Master God, and what is my family, that you have brought me to this place in life? But that’s nothing compared to what’s coming, for you’ve also spoken of my family far into the future, given me a glimpse into tomorrow and looked on me, Master God, as a Somebody. What’s left for David to say to this—to your honoring your servant, even though you know me, just as I am? O God, out of the goodness of your heart, you’ve taken your servant to do this great thing and put your great work on display. There’s none like you, God, no God but you, nothing to compare with what we’ve heard with our own ears. And who is like your people, like Israel, a nation unique on earth, whom God set out to redeem as his own people (and became most famous for it), performing great and fearsome acts, throwing out nations and their gods left and right as you saved your people from Egypt? You established for yourself a people—your very own Israel!—your people forever. And you, God, became their God. So now, great God, this word that you have spoken to me and my family, guarantee it forever! Do exactly what you’ve promised! Then your reputation will be confirmed and flourish always as people exclaim, “The God-of-the-Angel-Armies, the God over Israel, is Israel’s God!” And the house of your servant David will remain rock solid under your watchful presence. You, my God, have told me plainly, “I will build you a house.” That’s how I was able to find the courage to pray this prayer to you. God, being the God you are, you have spoken all these wonderful words to me. As if that weren’t enough, you’ve blessed my family so that it will continue in your presence always. Because you have blessed it, God, it’s really blessed—blessed for good!
“What more can David speak to You for the honor of Your servant? For You know Your servant.
“What more can I do for you in light of the honor you have given to me and since you know me so well!
What more can David say to you? You have known your servant.
What more can David still say to You concerning the honor bestowed on Your servant? For You know Your servant.
“What more can I say to you for honoring me, your servant? You know me so well.
What more can David say to you? You have honored your servant; you have given your servant special recognition.
“What more can I say to you for honoring me? You know all about me.
“What more can David say to you for honoring your servant? For you know your servant,
‘What more can David say to you for honouring your servant? For you know your servant,
What more can David say to You for the honor of Your servant? For You know Your servant.
What more can David say to You about the honor given to Your servant? For You know Your servant.
“What more can I say to you about the way you have honored me? You know what your servant is really like.
And what more can David say to you for honoring your servant? You know your servant.
And what more can David say to you for honouring your servant? You know your servant.
And what more can David say to you for honouring your servant? You know your servant.
And what more can David say to you for honoring your servant? You know your servant.
What more can Dovid speak to Thee regarding the kavod of Thy eved? For Thou hast da’as of Thy eved.
And what more can David say to thee for honoring thy servant? For thou knowest thy servant.
And what more can David say to thee for honoring thy servant? For thou knowest thy servant.
“What more can David say to You for honoring Your servant? For You know Your servant.
How else can I thank you? For You have honored Your servant, and you have come to know Your servant.
What can David say yet more to you concerning the honor which is done to your servant? For you know your servant.
what may David add more, since thou hast so glorified thy servant, and hast known him? (what more can David add, or say, since thou hast so glorified thy servant, even though thou knowest him so well?)
`What doth David add more unto Thee for the honour of Thy servant; and Thou Thy servant hast known.
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