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Psalms 79:11


Listen to the painful cries of the prisoners! 1  Use your great strength to set free those condemned to die! 2 


Ex 2:23,24; Nu 14:17-19; Ps 12:5; Ps 69:33; Ps 102:20; Ps 146:6,7; Isa 33:2; Isa 42:7; Mt 6:13; Eph 3:20

NET © Notes

tn Heb “may the painful cry of the prisoner come before you.”

tn Heb “according to the greatness of your arm leave the sons of death.” God’s “arm” here symbolizes his strength to deliver. The verbal form הוֹתֵר (hoter) is a Hiphil imperative from יָתַר (yatar, “to remain; to be left over”). Here it must mean “to leave over; to preserve.” However, it is preferable to emend the form to הַתֵּר (hatter), a Hiphil imperative from נָתַר (natar, “be free”). The Hiphil form is used in Ps 105:20 of Pharaoh freeing Joseph from prison. The phrase “sons of death” (see also Ps 102:21) is idiomatic for those condemned to die.

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