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Psalms 61:2

Context
NETBible

From the most remote place on earth 1  I call out to you in my despair. 2  Lead me 3  up to an inaccessible rocky summit! 4 

XREF

De 4:29; Ps 18:46; Ps 27:5; Ps 40:2; Ps 42:6; Ps 43:5; Ps 55:5; Ps 62:2,6; Ps 77:3; Ps 139:9,10; Ps 142:3; Ps 143:4; Isa 32:2; Isa 54:11; Jon 2:2-4; Mr 14:33,34; Lu 22:44

NET © Notes

tn Heb “from the end of the earth.” This may indicate (1) the psalmist is exiled in a distant land, or (2) it may be hyperbolic (the psalmist feels alienated from God’s presence, as if he were in a distant land).

tn Heb “while my heart faints.”

tn The imperfect verbal form here expresses the psalmist’s wish or prayer.

tn Heb “on to a rocky summit [that] is higher than I.”



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