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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Psalms 77:1


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    King James Bible - Psalms 77:1

    I cried unto God with my voice, even unto God with my voice; and he gave ear unto me.

    World English Bible

    My cry goes to God! Indeed, I cry to God for help, and for him to listen to me.

    Douay-Rheims - Psalms 77:1

    Unto the end, for Idithun, a psalm of Asaph. 76:2 I cried to the Lord with my
    voice; to God with my voice, and he gave ear to me.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    To the chief Musician, to Jeduthun, A Psalm of Asaph. I cried to God with my
    voice, even to God with my voice; and he gave ear to me.

    Original Hebrew

    למנצח
    5329 על 5921  ידיתון 3038 לאסף 623 מזמור׃ 4210 - קולי 6963 אל 413  אלהים 430  ואצעקה 6817 קולי 6963 אל 413  אלהים430 והאזין238 אלי׃ 413  

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    Ps 39:1; 62:1 *titles

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 77:1

    ¶ Al Vencedor: para Jedutún: Salmo de Asaf. Con mi voz clamé a Dios, a Dios clamé, y él me escuchó.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 76:1

    Verse 1. I
    cried unto God ] The repetition here marks the earnestness of the psalmist's soul; and the word voice shows that the Psalm was not the issue of private meditation, but of deep mental trouble, which forced him to speak his griefs aloud.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-10 - Days of
    trouble must be days of prayer; when God seems to have withdrawn from us, we must seek him till we find him. In the day of his trouble the psalmist did not seek for the diversion of business of amusement, but he sought God, and his favor and grace. Those that ar under trouble of mind, must pray it away. He pored upon the trouble the methods that should have relieved him did but increase his grief When he remembered God, it was only the Divine justice and wrath. Hi spirit was overwhelmed, and sank under the load. But let not the remembrance of the comforts we have lost, make us unthankful for thos that are left. Particularly he called to remembrance the comforts with which he supported himself in former sorrows. Here is the language of sorrowful, deserted soul, walking in darkness; a common case even amon those that fear the Lord, Isa 50:10. Nothing wounds and pierces lik the thought of God's being angry. God's own people, in a cloudy an dark day, may be tempted to make wrong conclusions about their spiritual state, and that of God's kingdom in the world. But we mus not give way to such fears. Let faith answer them from the Scripture The troubled fountain will work itself clear again; and the recollection of former times of joyful experience often raises a hope tending to relief. Doubts and fears proceed from the want and weaknes of faith. Despondency and distrust under affliction, are too often the infirmities of believers, and, as such, are to be thought upon by u with sorrow and shame. When, unbelief is working in us, we must thu suppress its risings.


    Original Hebrew

    למנצח 5329 על 5921  ידיתון 3038 לאסף 623 מזמור׃ 4210 - קולי 6963 אל 413  אלהים 430  ואצעקה 6817 קולי 6963 אל 413  אלהים430 והאזין238 אלי׃ 413  


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