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Psalms 120:1

Context
NET ©

A song of ascents. 2  In my distress I cried out to the Lord and he answered me.

NIV ©

A song of ascents. I call on the LORD in my distress, and he answers me.

NASB ©

<<A Song of Ascents.>> In my trouble I cried to the LORD, And He answered me.

NLT ©

<<A song for the ascent to Jerusalem.>> I took my troubles to the LORD; I cried out to him, and he answered my prayer.

MSG ©

I'm in trouble. I cry to GOD, desperate for an answer:

BBE ©

<A Song of the going up.> In my trouble my cry went up to the Lord, and he gave me an answer.

NRSV ©

In my distress I cry to the LORD, that he may answer me:

NKJV ©

<<A Song of Ascents.>> In my distress I cried to the LORD, And He heard me.


KJV
<<A Song
<07892>
of degrees
<04609>.>>
In my distress
<06869>
I cried
<07121> (8804)
unto the LORD
<03068>_,
and he heard
<06030> (8799)
me.
NASB ©
A Song of Ascents. In my trouble
<06869>
I cried
<07121>
to the LORD
<03068>
, And He answered
<06030>
me.
HEBREW
ynneyw
<06030>
ytarq
<07121>
yl
<0>
htrub
<06869>
hwhy
<03068>
la
<0413>
twlemh
<04609>
rys (120:1)
<07892>
LXXM
(119:1) wdh
<3592
N-NSF
twn
<3588
T-GPM
anabaymwn
<304
N-GPM
prov
<4314
PREP
kurion
<2962
N-ASM
en
<1722
PREP
tw
<3588
T-DSN
ylibesyai
<2346
V-PMN
me
<1473
P-AS
ekekraxa
<2896
V-AAI-1S
kai
<2532
CONJ
eishkousen
<1522
V-AAI-3S
mou
<1473
P-GS
NET © [draft] ITL
A song
<07892>
of ascents
<04609>
. In my distress
<06869>
I cried
<07121>
out to
<0413>
the Lord
<03068>
and he answered
<06030>
me.
NET ©

A song of ascents. 2  In my distress I cried out to the Lord and he answered me.

NET © Notes

sn Psalm 120. The genre and structure of this psalm are uncertain. It begins like a thanksgiving psalm, with a brief notice that God has heard the psalmist’s prayer for help and has intervened. But v. 2 is a petition for help, followed by a taunt directed toward enemies (vv. 3-4) and a lament (vv. 5-7). Perhaps vv. 2-7 recall the psalmist’s prayer when he cried out to the Lord.

sn The precise significance of this title, which appears in Pss 120-134, is unclear. Perhaps worshipers recited these psalms when they ascended the road to Jerusalem to celebrate annual religious festivals. For a discussion of their background see L. C. Allen, Psalms 101-150 (WBC), 219-21.



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