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.