The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire BiblePsalms 78:11
And forgat his works, and his wonders…
That is, his
wonderful works, the miracles he wrought in their favour, and for their
deliverance, afterwards particularly mentioned; these were not only
forgotten in the next generation, (Judges 15:10) , but in a few years, yea,
in a few months, nay, in a few days, when they had been but three days'
journey in the wilderness, after their passage through the Red sea, see
(Exodus 15:1,22,24) , which occasioned the observation of the psalmist,
(Psalms 106:12,13) , that he had showed them; done in their sight, and in
the sight of their fathers, as follows.