Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Psalms 17:1

Context
NETBible

A prayer of David. Lord, consider my just cause! 2  Pay attention to my cry for help! Listen to the prayer I sincerely offer! 3 

XREF

2Ch 7:15; Ne 1:6; Ps 5:2; Ps 7:8; Ps 18:20; Ps 18:44; Ps 43:1; Ps 55:2,3; Ps 61:1; Ps 66:19; Ps 86:1; Ps 140:12; Ps 142:1; Ps 142:6; Ps 145:18; Jer 3:10; Da 9:18,19; Mt 15:8; Joh 1:47; 1Jo 3:21

NET © Notes

sn Psalm 17. The psalmist asks God to intervene on his behalf because his life is threatened by dangerous enemies. He appeals to divine justice, for he is certain of his own innocence. Because he is innocent, he expects to encounter God and receive an assuring word.

tn Heb “hear, Lord, what is just.”

tn Heb “Listen to my prayer, [made] without lips of deceit.”



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