Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Psalms 5:3

Context
NETBible

Lord, in the morning 1  you will hear 2  me; 3  in the morning I will present my case to you 4  and then wait expectantly for an answer. 5 

XREF

Ps 22:2; Ps 55:17; Ps 69:16; Ps 88:13; Ps 119:147; Ps 130:6; Isa 26:9; Mr 1:35

NET © Notes

sn In the morning is here viewed as the time of prayer (Pss 59:16; 88:13) and/or of deliverance (Ps 30:5).

tn The imperfect is here understood in a specific future sense; the psalmist is expressing his confidence that God will be willing to hear his request. Another option is to understand the imperfect as expressing the psalmist’s wish or request. In this case one could translate, “Lord, in the morning hear me.”

tn Heb “my voice.”

tn Heb “I will arrange for you.” Some understand a sacrifice or offering as the implied object (cf. NEB “I set out my morning sacrifice”). The present translation assumes that the implied object is the psalmist’s case/request. See Isa 44:7.

tn Heb “and I will watch.”



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