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Psalms 102:1

Overview - Psalms 102
The prophet in his prayer makes a grievous complaint.
12 He takes comfort in the eternity, and mercy of God.
18 The mercies of God are to be recorded.
23 He sustains his weakness by the unchangeableness of God.
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Psalms 102:1  (King James Version)
Hear my prayer, O LORD, and let my cry come unto thee.
 


A
M. cir. 3464. B.C. cir. 540. (Title.) A Prayer.
This psalm was evidently composed towards the close of the Babylonian captivity; and probably by the prophet Daniel.

of
or, for. overwhelmed.
12:5 61:2 Psalms 69:1 Psalms 69:2 Psalms 142:2 Psalms 142:3 143:4 Lamentations 3:18-20 ; Mark 14:33 Mark 14:34
Luke 22:44 ; Hebrews 5:7

poureth
42:4 62:8 77:3 142:2 1 Samuel 1:15 1 Samuel 1:16

Hear
5:2 55:1-5 57:1-3 Psalms 130:1 Psalms 130:2 Psalms 41:1 Psalms 41:2 143:7 145:19

let my
18:6 Exodus 2:23 ; Judges 10:16 ; 1 Samuel 9:16 ; 2 Chronicles 30:27 ; Lamentations 3:8 Lamentations 3:44