Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

Let thine ear now be attentive, and thine eyes open, that thou mayest hear the prayer of thy servant, which I pray before thee now, day and night, for the children of Israel thy servants, and confess the sins of the children of Israel, which we have sinned against thee: both I and my father's house have sinned.

Bible References

Thine ear

1 Kings 8:28
Still, let your heart be turned to the prayer of your servant, O Lord God, and to his prayer for grace; give ear to the cry and the prayer which your servant sends up to you this day;
2 Chronicles 6:40
Now, O my God, may your eyes be open and your ears awake to the prayers made in this place.
Psalm 34:15
The eyes of the Lord are on the upright, and his ears are open to their cry.
Daniel 9:17
And now, give ear, O our God, to the prayer of your servant and to his request for grace, and let your face be shining on your holy place which is made waste, because of your servants, O Lord.

Day and night

1 Samuel 15:11
It is no longer my pleasure for Saul to be king; for he is turned back from going in my ways, and has not done my orders. And Samuel was very sad, crying to the Lord in prayer all night.
Psalm 55:17
In the evening and in the morning and in the middle of the day I will make my prayer with sounds of grief; and my voice will come to his ears.
Psalm 88:1
O Lord, God of my salvation, I have been crying to you for help by day and by night:
Luke 2:37
She had been a widow for eighty-four years); she was in the Temple at all times, worshipping with prayers and going without food, night and day.
Luke 18:7
And will not God do right in the cause of his saints, whose cries come day and night to his ears, though he is long in doing it?
1 Timothy 5:5
Now she who is truly a widow and without family puts her hope in God, giving herself to prayer day and night.
2 Timothy 1:3
I give praise to God, whose servant I have been, with a heart free from sin, from the time of my fathers, because in my prayers at all times the thought of you is with me, night and day

Confess

Ezra 9:6
I said, O my God, shame keeps me from lifting up my face to you, my God: for our sins are increased higher than our heads and our evil-doing has come up to heaven.
Ezra 10:11
So now, give praise to the Lord, the God of your fathers, and do his pleasure; and make yourselves separate from the peoples of the land and from the strange women.
Psalm 32:5
I made my wrongdoing clear to you, and did not keep back my sin. I said, I will put it all before the Lord; and you took away my wrongdoing and my sin. (Selah.)
Isaiah 64:6
For we have all become like an unclean person, and all our good acts are like a dirty robe: and we have all become old like a dead leaf, and our sins, like the wind, take us away.
Lamentations 3:39
What protest may a living man make, even a man about the punishment of his sin?
Daniel 9:4
And I made prayer to the Lord my God, putting our sins before him, and said, O Lord, the great God, greatly to be feared. keeping your agreement and mercy with those who have love for you and do your orders;
1 John 1:9
If we say openly that we have done wrong, he is upright and true to his word, giving us forgiveness of sins and making us clean from all evil.

Both i

2 Chronicles 28:10
And now your purpose is to keep the children of Judah and Jerusalem as men-servants and women-servants under your yoke: but are there no sins against the Lord your God to be seen among yourselves?
2 Chronicles 29:6
For our fathers have done evil, sinning in the eyes of the Lord our God, and have given him up, turning away their faces from the house of the Lord, and turning their backs on him.
Psalm 106:6
We are sinners like our fathers, we have done wrong, our acts are evil.
Isaiah 6:5
Then I said, The curse is on me, and my fate is destruction; for I am a man of unclean lips, living among a people of unclean lips; for my eyes have seen the King, the Lord of armies.
Lamentations 5:7
Our fathers were sinners and are dead; and the weight of their evil-doing is on us.
Ephesians 2:3
Among whom we all at one time were living in the pleasures of our flesh, giving way to the desires of the flesh and of the mind, and the punishment of God was waiting for us even as for the rest.

Basic English, produced by Mr C. K. Ogden of the Orthological Institute - public domain