My voice rises to God, and I will 1cryaloud; My voice rises to God, and He will hear me.
In the 2day of my trouble I sought the Lord; 3In the night my 4hand was stretched out awithoutweariness; My soul5refused to be comforted.
When I rememberGod, then I am 6disturbed; When I 7sigh, then 8my spiritgrowsfaint. bSelah.
You have held my eyelids open; I am so troubled that I 9cannotspeak.
I have considered the 10days of old, The years of longago.
I will remember my 11song in the night; I 12will meditate with my heart, And my spiritcponders:
Will the Lord13rejectforever? And will He 14never be favorableagain?
Has His 15lovingkindnessceasedforever? Has His d16promisecome to an endeforever?
Has God17forgotten to be gracious, Or has He in angerfwithdrawn His 18compassion? Selah.
Then I said, "19It is my ggrief, That the 20righthand of the MostHigh has changed."
I shall remember the 21deeds of hthe LORD; Surely I will 22remember Your wonders of old.
I will 23meditate on all Your work And muse on Your deeds.
Your way, O God, is 24holy; 25Whatgod is great like our God?
You are the 26God who workswonders; You have 27madeknown Your strength among the peoples.
You have by Your ipower28redeemed Your people, The sons of Jacob and 29Joseph. Selah.
The 30waterssaw You, O God; The waterssaw You, they were in anguish; The deepsalsotrembled.
The 31cloudspoured out water; The skies32gave forth a sound; Your 33arrowsjflashed here and there.
The 34sound of Your thunder was in the whirlwind; The 35lightningslit up the world; The 36earthtrembled and shook.
Your 37way was in the sea And Your paths in the mightywaters, And Your footprints may not be known.
You 38led Your people like a flock By the hand of 39Moses and Aaron.