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Psalms 77:1

Psalms 77:1

I cried unto God with my voice
Which is to be understood of prayer, and that vocal, and which is importunate and fervent, being made in distress; see ( Psalms 3:4 ) , or "my voice was unto God" F8, "and I cried"; it was directed to him, and expressed in a very loud and clamorous way:

even unto God with my voice;
or "my voice was unto God"; which is repeated to show that he prayed again and again, with great eagerness and earnestness, his case being a very afflicted one:

and he gave ear unto me;
his prayer was not without success; God is a God hearing and answering prayer, according to his promise, ( Psalms 50:15 ) .


FOOTNOTES:

F8 (Myhla la ylwq) "vox mea ad Deum", Pagninus, Montanus, Musculus, "fertur", Junius & Tremellius; "erat", Cocceius.
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