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May my thoughts 1 be pleasing to him! I will rejoice in the Lord.
If I say, 1 ‘I will 2 forget my complaint, I will change my expression 3 and be cheerful,’ 4
Is my 1 complaint against a man? 2 If so, 3 why should I not be impatient? 4
“Even today my complaint is still bitter; 1 his 2 hand is heavy despite 3 my groaning.
Pay attention to me and answer me! I am so upset 1 and distressed, 2 I am beside myself, 3
I pour out my lament before him; I tell him about 1 my troubles.
“I 1 am weary 2 of my life; I will complain without restraint; 3 I will speak in the bitterness of my soul.
For the music director; a psalm of David. Listen to me, 2 O God, as I offer my lament! Protect 3 my life from the enemy’s terrifying attacks. 4
Don’t consider your servant a wicked woman, 1 for until now I have spoken from my deep pain and anguish.”
The prayer of an oppressed man, as he grows faint and pours out his lament before the Lord. O Lord, hear my prayer! Pay attention to my cry for help! 2
Who has woe? 1 Who has sorrow? Who has contentions? Who has complaints? Who has wounds without cause? Who has dullness 2 of the eyes?
At noon Elijah mocked them, “Yell louder! After all, he is a god; he may be deep in thought, or perhaps he stepped out for a moment or has taken a trip. Perhaps he is sleeping and needs to be awakened.” 1
When Jehu rejoined 1 his master’s servants, they 2 asked him, “Is everything all right? 3 Why did this madman visit you?” He replied, “Ah, it’s not important. You know what kind of man he is and the kinds of things he says.” 4