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John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
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PSALM LXXVII. Chapter Overview

The psalmist complains of deep distress, and temptations to despair, verse 1-10.
He encourages himself to hope, by the remembrance of what God had done formerly, verse 11-20.
To the chief musician, to Jeduthun, A psalm of Asaph.

Verse 2
Night - Which to others was a time of rest and quietness.

Verse 3
Troubled - Yea, the thoughts of God were now a matter of trouble, because he was angry with me. Overwhelmed - So far was I from finding relief.

Verse 4
Waking - By continual grief.

Verse 5
The days - The mighty works of God in former times.

Verse 6
My song - The mercies of God vouchsafed to me, and to his people, which have obliged me to sing his praises, not only in the day, but also by night.

Verse 7
Cut off - His peculiar people.

Verse 10
I said - These suspicions of God's faithfulness proceed from the weakness of my faith. The years - The years wherein God hath done great and glorious works, which are often ascribed to God's right-hand.

Verse 13
In holiness - God is holy and just, and true in all his works.

Verse 16
Afraid - And stood still, as men astonished, do.

Verse 17
Poured - When the Israelites passed over the sea. Arrows - Hail-stones or lightnings.

Verse 19
Not known - Because the water returned and covered them.

Verse 20
Leddest - First through the sea, and afterwards through the wilderness, with singular care and tenderness, as a shepherd doth his sheep.


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Wesley, John. "Commentary on Psalm 77". "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
on the Whole Bible". <http://classic.studylight.org/com/wen/view.cgi?book=ps&chapter=077>. 1765.  

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