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Rise & Fall of Israel’s Kingdom

(Category 7 of 16)

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CHAPTER 4 References

1 a1 Kin.
20:35; 2 Kin.
2:3 b[Lev.
25:39–41, 48];
1 Sam. 22:2;
Neh. 5:2–5;
Matt. 18:25
3 a2 Kin. 3:16

Elisha and the Widow’s Oil


1 A certain woman of the wives of athe sons of the prophets cried out to Elisha, saying, “Your servant my husband is dead, and you know that your servant feared the LORD. And the creditor is coming bto take my two sons to be his slaves.”
2 So Elisha said to her, “What shall I do for you? Tell me, what do you have in the house?” And she said, “Your maidservant has nothing in the house but a jar of oil.”
3 Then he said, “Go, borrow vessels from everywhere, from all your neighbors—empty vessels; ado not gather just a few.
4 “And when you have come in, you shall shut the door behind you and your sons; then pour it into all those vessels, and set aside the full ones.”

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5 So she went from him and shut the door behind her and her sons, who brought the vessels to her; and she poured it out.
6 Now it came to pass, when the vessels were full, that she said to her son, “Bring me another vessel.” And he said to her, “There is not another vessel.” So the oil ceased.
7 Then she came and told the man of God. And he said, “Go, sell the oil and pay your debt; and you and your sons live on the rest.”

Elisha Raises the Shunammite’s Son

8 Now it happened one day that Elisha went to aShunem, where there was a 1notable woman, and she 2persuaded him to eat some food. So it was, as often as he passed by, he would turn in there to eat some food.
9 And she said to her husband, “Look now, I know that this is a holy man of God, who passes by us regularly.
10 “Please, let us make 1a small upper room on the wall; and let us put a bed for him there, and a table and a chair and a lampstand; so it will be, whenever he comes to us, he can turn in there.”
11 And it happened one day that he came there, and he turned in to the upper room and lay down there.
12 Then he said to aGehazi his servant, “Call this Shunammite woman.” When he had called her, she stood before him.
13 And he said to him, “Say now to her, ‘Look, you have been concerned for us with all this care. What can I do for you? Do you want me to speak on your behalf to the king or to the commander of the army?’ ” She answered, “I dwell among my own people.”
14 So he said, “What then is to be done for her?” And Gehazi answered, “Actually, she has no son, and her husband is old.”
15 So he said, “Call her.” When he had called her, she stood in the doorway.
16 Then he said, 1“About this time next year you shall embrace a son.” And she said, “No, my lord. Man of God, ado not lie to your maidservant!”
17 But the woman conceived, and bore a son when the appointed time had come, of which Elisha had told her.
18 And the child grew. Now it happened one day that he went out to his father, to the reapers.
19 And he said to his father, “My head, my head!” So he said to a servant, “Carry him to his mother.”
20 When he had taken him and brought him to his mother, he sat on her knees till noon, and then died.
21 And she went up and laid him

8 aJosh. 19:18
1Lit. great
2Lit. laid hold
on him
10 1Or a small
walled upper
12 a2 Kin.
5:20–27; 8:4, 5
16 a2 Kin. 4:28
1Lit. About
this season,
as the time of
23 aNum.
10:10; 28:11;
1 Chr. 23:31
1Or It will be
25 a2 Kin. 2:25
28 a2 Kin. 4:16
29 a1 Kin.
18:46; 2 Kin.
9:1 bLuke 10:4
cEx. 7:19;
14:16; 2 Kin.
2:8, 14; Acts
19:12 1Lit.
Gird up your
loins. The
skirt of the
robe was
around the
legs and
tucked in the
belt to gain
freedom of
30 a2 Kin. 2:2
b2 Kin. 2:4
31 aJohn 11:11
33 a2 Kin. 4:4;
[Matt. 6:6];
Luke 8:51
b1 Kin. 17:20
34 a1 Kin.
17:21–23; Acts
35 a1 Kin.
17:21 b2 Kin.
8:1, 5

2 KINGS 4:35

on the bed of the man of God, shut the door upon him, and went out.
22 Then she called to her husband, and said, “Please send me one of the young men and one of the donkeys, that I may run to the man of God and come back.”
23 So he said, “Why are you going to him today? It is neither the aNew Moon nor the Sabbath.” And she said, 1“It is well.”
24 Then she saddled a donkey, and said to her servant, “Drive, and go forward; do not slacken the pace for me unless I tell you.”
25 And so she departed, and went to the man of God aat Mount Carmel. So it was, when the man of God saw her afar off, that he said to his servant Gehazi, “Look, the Shunammite woman!
26 “Please run now to meet her, and say to her, ‘Is it well with you? Is it well with your husband? Is it well with the child?’ ” And she answered, “It is well.”
27 Now when she came to the man of God at the hill, she caught him by the feet, but Gehazi came near to push her away. But the man of God said, “Let her alone; for her soul is in deep distress, and the LORD has hidden it from me, and has not told me.”
28 So she said, “Did I ask a son of my lord? aDid I not say, ‘Do not deceive me’?”
29 Then he said to Gehazi, a“Get1 yourself ready, and take my staff in your hand, and be on your way. If you meet anyone, bdo not greet him; and if anyone greets you, do not answer him; but clay my staff on the face of the child.”
30 And the mother of the child said, a“As the LORD lives, and as your soul lives, I will not bleave you.” So he arose and followed her.
31 Now Gehazi went on ahead of them, and laid the staff on the face of the child; but there was neither voice nor hearing. Therefore he went back to meet him, and told him, saying, “The child has anot awakened.”
32 When Elisha came into the house, there was the child, lying dead on his bed.
33 He awent in therefore, shut the door behind the two of them, band prayed to the LORD.
34 And he went up and lay on the child, and put his mouth on his mouth, his eyes on his eyes, and his hands on his hands; and ahe stretched himself out on the child, and the flesh of the child became warm.
35 He returned and walked back and forth in the house, and again went up aand stretched himself out on him; then bthe child sneezed seven times, and the child opened his eyes

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2 KINGS 4:36

36 And he called Gehazi and said, “Call this Shunammite woman.” So he called her. And when she came in to him, he said, “Pick up your son.”
37 So she went in, fell at his feet, and bowed to the ground; then she apicked up her son and went out.

Elisha Purifies the Pot of Stew

38 And Elisha returned to aGilgal, and there was a bfamine in the land. Now the sons of the prophets were csitting before him; and he said to his servant, “Put on the large pot, and boil stew for the sons of the prophets.”
39 So one went out into the field to gather herbs, and found a wild vine, and gathered from it a lapful of wild gourds, and came and sliced them into the pot of stew, though they did not know what they were.
40 Then they served it to the men to eat. Now it happened, as they were eating the stew, that they cried out and said, “Man of God, there is adeath in the pot!” And they could not eat it.
41 So he said, “Then bring some flour.” And ahe put it into the pot, and said, “Serve it to the people, that they may eat.” And there was nothing harmful in the pot.

Elisha Feeds One Hundred Men

42 Then a man came from aBaal Shalisha, band brought the man of God bread of the firstfruits, twenty loaves of barley bread, and newly ripened grain in his knapsack. And he said, “Give it to the people, that they may eat.”
43 But his servant said, a“What? Shall I set this before one hundred men?” He said again, “Give it to the people, that they may eat; for thus says the LORD: b‘They shall eat and have some left over.’ ”
44 So he set it before them; and they ate aand had some left over, according to the word of the LORD.

Naaman’s Leprosy Healed


1 Now aNaaman, commander of the army of the king of Syria, was ba great and honorable man in the eyes of his master, because by him the LORD had given victory to Syria. He was also a mighty man of valor, but a leper.
2 And the Syrians had gone out aon1 raids, and had brought back captive a young girl from the land of Israel. She 2waited on Naaman’s wife.
3 Then she said to her mistress, “If only my master were with the prophet who is in Samaria! For he would heal him of his leprosy.”
4 And Naaman went in and told his master, saying, “Thus and thus

37 a1 Kin.
17:23; [Heb.
11:35] 38 a2 Kin. 2:1
b2 Kin. 8:1
cLuke 10:39;
Acts 22:3
40 aEx. 10:17
41 aEx. 15:25;
2 Kin. 2:21
42 a1 Sam. 9:4
b1 Sam. 9:7;
[1 Cor. 9:11;
Gal. 6:6] 43 aLuke 9:13;
John 6:9
bLuke 9:17;
John 6:11
44 aMatt.
14:20; 15:37;
John 6:13

CHAPTER 5 References

1 aLuke 4:27
bEx. 11:3
2 a2 Kin. 6:23;
13:20 1Or in
2Served, lit.
was before
5 a1 Sam. 9:8;
2 Kin. 8:8, 9
7 a[Gen. 30:2;
Deut. 32:39;
1 Sam. 2:6] 10 a2 Kin. 4:41;
John 9:7
12 1So with
Kt., LXX,Vg.;
Qr., Syr., Tg.
13 a1 Sam.
14 a2 Kin. 5:10;
Job 33:25
bLuke 4:27;
15 aDan. 2:47;
3:29; 6:26, 27
bGen. 33:11
16 a2 Kin. 3:14

said the girl who is from the land of Israel.”
5 Then the king of Syria said, “Go now, and I will send a letter to the king of Israel.” So he departed and atook with him ten talents of silver, six thousand shekels of gold, and ten changes of clothing.
6 Then he brought the letter to the king of Israel, which said,

Now be advised, when this letter comes to you, that I have sent Naaman my servant to you, that you may heal him of his leprosy.

7 And it happened, when the king of Israel read the letter, that he tore his clothes and said, “Am I aGod, to kill and make alive, that this man sends a man to me to heal him of his leprosy? Therefore please consider, and see how he seeks a quarrel with me.”
8 So it was, when Elisha the man of God heard that the king of Israel had torn his clothes, that he sent to the king, saying, “Why have you torn your clothes? Please let him come to me, and he shall know that there is a prophet in Israel.”
9 Then Naaman went with his horses and chariot, and he stood at the door of Elisha’s house.
10 And Elisha sent a messenger to him, saying, “Go and awash in the Jordan seven times, and your flesh shall be restored to you, and you shall be clean.”
11 But Naaman became furious, and went away and said, “Indeed, I said to myself, ‘He will surely come out to me, and stand and call on the name of the LORD his God, and wave his hand over the place, and heal the leprosy.’
12 “Are not the 1Abanah and the Pharpar, the rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of Israel? Could I not wash in them and be clean?” So he turned and went away in a rage.
13 And his aservants came near and spoke to him, and said, “My father, if the prophet had told you to do something great, would you not have done it? How much more then, when he says to you, ‘Wash, and be clean’?”
14 So he went down and dipped seven times in the Jordan, according to the saying of the man of God; and his aflesh was restored like the flesh of a little child, and bhe was clean.
15 And he returned to the man of God, he and all his aides, and came and stood before him; and he said, “Indeed, now I know that there is ano God in all the earth, except in Israel; now therefore, please take ba gift from your servant.”
16 But he said, a“As the LORD lives,

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before whom I stand, bI will receive nothing.” And he urged him to take it, but he refused.
17 So Naaman said, “Then, if not, please let your servant be given two mule-loads of earth; for your servant will no longer offer either burnt offering or sacrifice to other gods, but to the LORD.
18 “Yet in this thing may the LORD pardon your servant: when my master goes into the temple of Rimmon to worship there, and ahe leans on my hand, and I bow down in the temple of Rimmon—when I bow down in the temple of Rimmon, may the LORD please pardon your servant in this thing.”
19 Then he said to him, “Go in peace.” So he departed from him a short distance.

Gehazi’s Greed

20 But aGehazi, the servant of Elisha the man of God, said, “Look, my master has spared Naaman this Syrian, while not receiving from his hands what he brought; but as the LORD lives, I will run after him and take something from him.”
21 So Gehazi pursued Naaman. When Naaman saw him running after him, he got down from the chariot to meet him, and said, “Is all well?”
22 And he said, “All is awell. My master has sent me, saying, ‘Indeed, just now two young men of the sons of the prophets have come to me from the mountains of Ephraim. Please give them a talent of silver and two changes of garments.’ ”
23 So Naaman said, “Please, take two talents.” And he urged him, and bound two talents of silver in two bags, with two changes of garments, and handed them to two of his servants; and they carried them on ahead of him.
24 When he came to 1the citadel, he took them from their hand, and stored them away in the house; then he let the men go, and they departed.
25 Now he went in and stood before his master. Elisha said to him, “Where did you go, Gehazi?” And he said, “Your servant did not go anywhere.”
26 Then he said to him, “Did not my heart go with you when the man turned back from his chariot to meet you? Is it atime to receive money and to receive clothing, olive groves and vineyards, sheep and oxen, male and female servants?
27 “Therefore the leprosy of Naaman ashall cling to you and your descendants forever.” And he went out from his presence bleprous, as white as snow.

The Floating Ax Head


1 And athe sons of the prophets said to Elisha, “See now, the

16 bGen. 14:22,
23; 2 Kin.
5:20, 26;
[Matt. 10:8];
Acts 8:18, 20
18 a2 Kin. 7:2,
20 a2 Kin. 4:12;
8:4, 5
22 a2 Kin. 4:26
24 1Lit. the hill
26 a[Eccl. 3:1,
6] 27 a[1 Tim.
6:10] bEx. 4:6;
Num. 12:10;
2 Kin. 15:5

CHAPTER 6 References

1 a2 Kin. 4:38
3 a2 Kin. 5:23
5 a[Ex. 22:14] 6 aEx. 15:25;
2 Kin. 2:21;
8 a2 Kin. 8:28,
13 aGen. 37:17
16 aEx. 14:13;
1 Kin. 17:13
b2 Chr. 32:7;
Ps. 55:18;
[Rom. 8:31] 17 aNum.
22:31; Luke

2 KINGS 6:17

place where we dwell with you is too small for us.
2 “Please, let us go to the Jordan, and let every man take a beam from there, and let us make there a place where we may dwell.” So he answered, “Go.”
3 Then one said, a“Please consent to go with your servants.” And he answered, “I will go.”
4 So he went with them. And when they came to the Jordan, they cut down trees.
5 But as one was cutting down a tree, the iron ax head fell into the water; and he cried out and said, “Alas, master! For it was aborrowed.”
6 So the man of God said, “Where did it fall?” And he showed him the place. So ahe cut off a stick, and threw it in there; and he made the iron float.
7 Therefore he said, “Pick it up for yourself.” So he reached out his hand and took it.

The Blinded Syrians Captured

8 Now the aking of Syria was making war against Israel; and he consulted with his servants, saying, “My camp will be in such and such a place.”
9 And the man of God sent to the king of Israel, saying, “Beware that you do not pass this place, for the Syrians are coming down there.”
10 Then the king of Israel sent someone to the place of which the man of God had told him. Thus he warned him, and he was watchful there, not just once or twice.
11 Therefore the heart of the king of Syria was greatly troubled by this thing; and he called his servants and said to them, “Will you not show me which of us is for the king of Israel?”
12 And one of his servants said, “None, my lord, O king; but Elisha, the prophet who is in Israel, tells the king of Israel the words that you speak in your bedroom.”
13 So he said, “Go and see where he is, that I may send and get him.” And it was told him, saying, “Surely he is in aDothan.”
14 Therefore he sent horses and chariots and a great army there, and they came by night and surrounded the city.
15 And when the servant of the man of God arose early and went out, there was an army, surrounding the city with horses and chariots. And his servant said to him, “Alas, my master! What shall we do?”
16 So he answered, a“Do not fear, for bthose who are with us are more than those who are with them.”
17 And Elisha prayed, and said, “LORD, I pray, open his eyes that he may see.” Then the LORD aopened the eyes of the young man, and he saw.

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2 KINGS 6:18

And behold, the mountain was full of bhorses and chariots of fire all around Elisha.
18 So when the Syrians came down to him, Elisha prayed to the LORD, and said, “Strike this people, I pray, with blindness.” And aHe struck them with blindness according to the word of Elisha.
19 Now Elisha said to them, “This is not the way, nor is this the city. Follow me, and I will bring you to the man whom you seek.” But he led them to Samaria.
20 So it was, when they had come to Samaria, that Elisha said, “LORD, open the eyes of these men, that they may see.” And the LORD opened their eyes, and they saw; and there they were, inside Samaria!
21 Now when the king of Israel saw them, he said to Elisha, “My afather, shall I kill them? Shall I kill them?”
22 But he answered, “You shall not kill them.Would you kill those whom you have taken captive with your sword and your bow? aSet food and water before them, that they may eat and drink and go to their master.”
23 Then he prepared a great feast for them; and after they ate and drank, he sent them away and they went to their master. So athe bands of Syrian raiders came no more into the land of Israel.

Syria Besieges Samaria in Famine

24 And it happened after this that aBen-Hadad king of Syria gathered all his army, and went up and besieged Samaria.
25 And there was a great afamine in Samaria; and indeed they besieged it until a donkey’s head was sold for eighty shekels of silver, and one-fourth of a 1kab of dove droppings for five shekels of silver.
26 Then, as the king of Israel was passing by on the wall, a woman cried out to him, saying, “Help, my lord, O king!”
27 And he said, “If the LORD does not help you, where can I find help for you? From the threshing floor or from the winepress?”
28 Then the king said to her, “What is troubling you?” And she answered, “This woman said to me, ‘Give your son, that we may eat him today, and we will eat my son tomorrow.’
29 “So awe boiled my son, and ate him. And I said to her on the next day, ‘Give your son, that we may eat him’; but she has hidden her son.”
30 Now it happened,when the king heard the words of the woman, that he atore his clothes; and as he passed by on the wall, the people looked, and there underneath he had sackcloth on his body.
31 Then he said, a“God do so to me

17 b2 Kin. 2:11;
Ps. 34:7;
68:17; Zech.
1:8; 6:1–7
18 aGen. 19:11;
Acts 13:11
21 a2 Kin. 2:12;
5:13; 8:9
22 a[Rom.
12:20] 23 a2 Kin. 5:2;
6:8, 9
24 a1 Kin. 20:1
25 a2 Kin. 4:38;
8:1 1Approximately
1 pint
29 aLev.
Lam. 4:10
30 a1 Kin.
31 aRuth 1:17;
1 Kin. 19:2
32 aEzek. 8:1;
14:1; 20:1
bLuke 13:32
c1 Kin. 18:4,
13, 14; 21:10,
33 aJob 2:9

CHAPTER 7 References

1 a2 Kin. 7:18,
19 1A third of
an ephah, or
about 8 gallons
2 a2 Kin. 5:18;
7:17, 19, 20
bGen. 7:11;
Mal. 3:10
3 a[Lev. 13:45,
46; Num.
12:10–14] 4 a2 Kin. 6:24
6 a2 Sam. 5:24;
2 Kin. 19:7;
Job 15:21
b1 Kin. 10:29
7 aPs. 48:4–6;
[Prov. 28:1]

and more also, if the head of Elisha the son of Shaphat remains on him today!”
32 But Elisha was sitting in his house, and athe elders were sitting with him. And the king sent a man ahead of him, but before the messenger came to him, he said to the elders, b“Do you see how this son of ca murderer has sent someone to take away my head? Look, when the messenger comes, shut the door, and hold him fast at the door. Is not the sound of his master’s feet behind him?”
33 And while he was still talking with them, there was the messenger, coming down to him; and then the king said, “Surely this calamity is from the LORD; awhy should I wait for the LORD any longer?”


1 Then Elisha said, “Hear the word of the LORD. Thus says the LORD: a‘Tomorrow about this time a 1seah of fine flour shall be sold for a shekel, and two seahs of barley for a shekel, at the gate of Samaria.’ ”
2 aSo an officer on whose hand the king leaned answered the man of God and said, “Look, bif the LORD would make windows in heaven, could this thing be?” And he said, “In fact, you shall see it with your eyes, but you shall not eat of it.”

The Syrians Flee

3 Now there were four leprous men aat the entrance of the gate; and they said to one another, “Why are we sitting here until we die?
4 “If we say, ‘We will enter the city,’ the famine is in the city, and we shall die there. And if we sit here, we die also. Now therefore, come, let us surrender to the aarmy of the Syrians. If they keep us alive, we shall live; and if they kill us, we shall only die.”
5 And they rose at twilight to go to the camp of the Syrians; and when they had come to the outskirts of the Syrian camp, to their surprise no one was there.
6 For the Lord had caused the army of the Syrians ato hear the noise of chariots and the noise of horses—the noise of a great army; so they said to one another, “Look, the king of Israel has hired against us bthe kings of the Hittites and the kings of the Egyptians to attack us!”
7 Therefore they aarose and fled at twilight, and left the camp intact—their tents, their horses, and their donkeys—and they fled for their lives.
8 And when these lepers came to the outskirts of the camp, they went into one tent and ate and drank, and carried from it silver and gold and clothing, and went and hid them; then they came back and entered an-

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other tent, and carried some from there also, and went and hid it.
9 Then they said to one another, “We are not doing right. This day is a day of good news, and we remain silent. If we wait until morning light, some 1punishment will come upon us. Now therefore, come, let us go and tell the king’s household.”
10 So they went and called to the gatekeepers of the city, and told them, saying, “We went to the Syrian camp, and surprisingly no one was there, not a human sound— only horses and donkeys tied, and the tents intact.”
11 And the gatekeepers called out, and they told it to the king’s household inside.
12 So the king arose in the night and said to his servants, “Let me now tell you what the Syrians have done to us. They know that we are ahungry; therefore they have gone out of the camp to 1hide themselves in the field, saying, ‘When they come out of the city, we shall catch them alive, and get into the city.’ ”
13 And one of his servants answered and said, “Please, let several men take five of the remaining horses which are left in the city. Look, they may either become like all the multitude of Israel that are left in it; or indeed, I say, they may become like all the multitude of Israel left from those who are consumed; so let us send them and see.”
14 Therefore they took two chariots with horses; and the king sent them in the direction of the Syrian army, saying, “Go and see.”
15 And they went after them to the Jordan; and indeed all the road was full of garments and weapons which the Syrians had thrown away in their haste. So the messengers returned and told the king.
16 Then the people went out and plundered the tents of the Syrians. So a seah of fine flour was sold for a shekel, and two seahs of barley for a shekel, aaccording to the word of the LORD.
17 Now the king had appointed the officer on whose hand he leaned to have charge of the gate. But the people trampled him in the gate, and he died, just aas the man of God had said, who spoke when the king came down to him.
18 So it happened just as the man of God had spoken to the king, saying, a“Two seahs of barley for a shekel, and a seah of fine flour for a shekel, shall be sold tomorrow about this time in the gate of Samaria.”
19 Then that officer had answered the man of God, and said, “Now look, if the LORD would make windows in heaven, could such a thing be?” And he had said, “In fact, you

9 1Calamity
12 a2 Kin.
6:24–29 1Hide
themselves in
16 a2 Kin. 7:1
17 a2 Kin. 6:32;
18 a2 Kin. 7:1

shall see it with your eyes, but you shall not eat of it.”
20 And so it happened to him, for the people trampled him in the gate, and he died.

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The LORD’s Eternal Love

A Prayer of the afflicted, awhen he is overwhelmed and pours out his complaint before the LORD.

1 HEAR my prayer, O LORD, And let my cry come to You.
2 aDo not hide Your face from me in the day of my trouble; Incline Your ear to me; In the day that I call, answer me speedily.

3 For my days 1are aconsumed like smoke, And my bones are burned like a hearth.
4 My heart is stricken and withered like grass, So that I forget to eat my bread.
5 Because of the sound of my groaning My bones cling to my 1skin.
6 I am like a pelican of the wilderness; I am like an owl of the desert.
7 I lie awake, And am like a sparrow alone on the housetop.

8 My enemies reproach me all day long; Those who deride me swear an oath against me.
9 For I have eaten ashes like bread, And mingled my drink with weeping,
10 Because of Your indignation and Your wrath; For You have lifted me up and cast me away.
11 My days are like a shadow that lengthens, And I wither away like grass.

12 But You, O LORD, shall endure forever, And the remembrance of Your name to all generations.
13 You will arise and have mercy on Zion; For the time to favor her, Yes, the set time, has come.
14 For Your servants take pleasure in her stones, And show favor to her dust.

PSALM 102 References

title aPs. 61:2
2 aPs. 27:9;
3 aJames 4:14
1Lit. end in
5 1flesh
15 a1 Kin. 8:43
16 a[Is. 60:1, 2] 17 aNeh. 1:6
18 a[Rom.
15:4] bPs.
19 aDeut.
20 aPs. 79:11
21 aPs. 22:22
22 a[Is. 2:2, 3;
49:22, 23;
60:3] 23 aJob 21:21
24 aIs. 38:10
b[Ps. 90:2] 25 a[Heb.
1:10–12] 26 aIs. 34:4;
51:6 1continue
27 a[Mal. 3:6] 28 aPs. 69:36

15 So the 1nations shall afear the name of the LORD,
And all the kings of the earth Your glory.
16 For the LORD shall build up Zion; aHe shall appear in His glory.
17 aHe shall regard the prayer of the destitute, And shall not despise their prayer.

18 This will be awritten for the generation to come, That ba people yet to be created may praise the LORD.
19 For He alooked down from the height of His sanctuary; From heaven the LORD viewed the earth,
20 aTo hear the groaning of the prisoner, To release those appointed to death,
21 To adeclare the name of the LORD in Zion, And His praise in Jerusalem,
22 aWhen the peoples are gathered together, And the kingdoms, to serve the LORD.

23 He weakened my strength in the way; He ashortened my days.
24 aI said, “O my God, Do not take me away in the midst of my days; bYour years are throughout all generations.
25 aOf old You laid the foundation of the earth, And the heavens are the work of Your hands.
26 aThey will perish, but You will 1endure; Yes, they will all grow old like a garment; Like a cloak You will change them, And they will be changed.
27 But aYou are the same, And Your years will have no end.
28 aThe children of Your servants will continue, And their descendants will be established before You.”




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