Psalm 77 GNT

1 I cry aloud to God; I cry aloud, and he hears me.
2 In times of trouble I pray to the Lord; all night long I lift my hands in prayer, but I cannot find comfort.
3 When I think of God, I sigh; when I meditate, I feel discouraged.
4 He keeps me awake all night; I am so worried that I cannot speak.
5 I think of days gone by and remember years of long ago.
6 I spend the night in deep thought; a I meditate, and this is what I ask myself:

References for Psalms 77:6

    • ® 77:6 - [Some ancient translations] deep thought; [Hebrew] song.
      7 "Will the Lord always reject us? Will he never again be pleased with us?
      8 Has he stopped loving us? Does his promise no longer stand?
      9 Has God forgotten to be merciful? Has anger taken the place of his compassion?"
      10 Then I said, "What hurts me most is this - that God is no longer powerful." b

      References for Psalms 77:10

        • ¯ 77:10 - [Verse 10 in Hebrew is unclear.]
          11 I will remember your great deeds, Lord; I will recall the wonders you did in the past.
          12 I will think about all that you have done; I will meditate on all your mighty acts.
          13 Everything you do, O God, is holy. No god is as great as you.
          14 You are the God who works miracles; you showed your might among the nations.
          15 By your power you saved your people, the descendants of Jacob and of Joseph.
          16 When the waters saw you, O God, they were afraid, and the depths of the sea trembled.
          17 The clouds poured down rain; thunder crashed from the sky, and lightning flashed in all directions.
          18 The crash of your thunder rolled out, and flashes of lightning lit up the world; the earth trembled and shook.
          19 You walked through the waves; you crossed the deep sea, but your footprints could not be seen.
          20 You led your people like a shepherd, with Moses and Aaron in charge.