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Habakkuk 3:2


Lord, I have heard the report of what you did; 1  I am awed, 2  Lord, by what you accomplished. 3  In our time 4  repeat those deeds; 5  in our time reveal them again. 6  But when you cause turmoil, remember to show us mercy! 7 


Ex 9:20,21; Ex 32:10-12; Nu 14:10-23; Nu 16:46,47; 2Sa 24:10-17; 2Ch 34:27,28; Ezr 9:8; Job 4:12-21; Ps 6:1,2; Ps 38:1; Ps 78:38; Ps 85:6; Ps 90:13-17; Ps 119:120; Ps 138:7,8; Isa 51:9-11; Isa 53:1; Isa 63:15-19; Isa 64:1-4; Isa 66:2; Jer 10:24; Jer 25:11,12; Jer 29:10; Jer 36:21-24; Jer 52:31-34; La 3:32; Da 8:17; Da 9:2; Ho 6:2,3; Hab 1:5-10; Hab 3:16; Zec 1:12; Joh 10:10; Ro 10:16; Php 1:6; Heb 11:7; Heb 12:21; Re 15:4

NET © Notes

tn Heb “your report,” that is, “the report concerning you.”

tn Heb “I fear.” Some prefer to read, “I saw, Lord, what you accomplished” (cf. NEB).

tn Heb “your work.”

tn Heb “in the midst of years.” The meaning of the phrase, which occurs only here in the OT, is uncertain (cf. NIV “in our day”; NEB, NASB “in the midst of the years”).

tn Heb “revive it” (i.e., “your work”).

tn Heb “make known.” The implied object is “your deeds”; the pronoun “them,” referring to “deeds” in the previous line, was employed in the translation to avoid redundancy. The suffix on the form חַיֵּיהוּ (khayyehu, “revive it”) does double duty in the parallelism.

tn Heb “in turmoil remember [to show] compassion.”

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