Parallel Verses

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

Take heed unto me, and hear me, how piteously I mourn and complain.

New American Standard Bible

Give heed to me and answer me;
I am restless in my complaint and am surely distracted,

King James Version

Attend unto me, and hear me: I mourn in my complaint, and make a noise;

Holman Bible

Pay attention to me and answer me.
I am restless and in turmoil with my complaint,

International Standard Version

Pay attention to me and answer me. I moan and groan in my thoughts,

A Conservative Version

Attend to me, and answer me. I am restless in my complaint, and moan,

American Standard Version

Attend unto me, and answer me: I am restless in my complaint, and moan,

Amplified

Attend to me and answer me; I am restless and distraught in my complaint and must moan

Bible in Basic English

Give thought to me, and let my prayer be answered: I have been made low in sorrow;

Darby Translation

Attend unto me, and answer me: I wander about in my plaint, and I moan aloud,

Julia Smith Translation

Attend to me and answer me; I shall flow down and make a noise in my complaint

King James 2000

Attend unto me, and hear me: I mourn in my complaint, and make a noise;

Lexham Expanded Bible

Attend to me and answer me. I am restless in my lamenting and I groan,

Modern King James verseion

Attend to me, and hear me; I wander and I moan in my complaint,

NET Bible

Pay attention to me and answer me! I am so upset and distressed, I am beside myself,

New Heart English Bible

Attend to me, and answer me. I am restless in my complaint, and moan,

The Emphasized Bible

Attend unto me, and answer me, I may ramble in my complaining, And be driven to and fro -

Webster

Attend to me, and hear me: I mourn in my complaint, and make a noise;

World English Bible

Attend to me, and answer me. I am restless in my complaint, and moan,

Youngs Literal Translation

Attend to me, and answer me, I mourn in my meditation, and make a noise,

Verse Info

Context Readings

Betrayal By A Friend

1 {To the Chanter, in Neginoth, an instruction of David} Hear my prayer, O God, and hide not thyself from my petition. 2 Take heed unto me, and hear me, how piteously I mourn and complain. 3 The enemy crieth so, and the ungodly cometh on so fast: for they are minded to do me some mischief, so maliciously are they set against me.


Cross References

Isaiah 38:14

Then chattered I like a swallow, and like a crane, and mourned as a dove. I lift up mine eyes to the height: 'O LORD,' say I, 'violence is done unto me, be thou surety for me.'

Isaiah 59:11

We roar all like Bears, and mourn still like doves. We look for equity, but there is none; for health, but it is far from us.

Psalm 13:1-2

{To the Chanter, a Psalm of David} How long wilt thou forget me, O LORD? Forever? How long wilt thou hide thy face from me?

Psalm 32:3

For while I held my tongue, my bones consumed away through my daily complaining.

Psalm 38:6

I am brought into so great trouble and misery, that I go mourning all the day long.

Psalm 43:2

For thou art the God of my strength; why hast thou put me from thee? And why go I so heavily, while the enemy oppresseth me?

Psalm 64:1

{To the Chanter, a Psalm of David} Hear my voice, O God, in my complaint; preserve my life from fear of the enemy.

Psalm 66:19

But God hath heard me; and considered the voice of my prayer.

Psalm 77:3

When I was in heaviness, I thought upon God: when my heart was vexed, then did I speak. Selah.

Psalm 102:9-10

I eat ashes with my bread, and mingle my drink with weeping,

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