Psalms 60:10

“Wilt not thou, O God, which hadst cast vs off? and thou, O God, which didst not goe out with our armies.”

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Other Translations

[Wilt] not thou, O God, [which] hadst cast us off? and [thou], O God, [which] didst not go out with our armies?
- King James Version

Have not You Yourself, O God, rejected us? And will You not go forth with our armies, O God?
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Hast not thou, O God, cast us off? And thou goest not forth, O God, with our hosts.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Have not you put us away, O God? and you have not gone out with our armies.
- Basic English Bible

[Wilt] not thou, O God, who didst cast us off? and didst not go forth, O God, with our armies?
- Darby Bible

Wilt thou not, O God, who hadst cast us off? and thou, O God, who didst not go out with our armies?
- Webster's Bible

Haven't you, God, rejected us? You don't go out with our armies, God.
- World English Bible

Is it not Thou, O God? hast Thou cast us off? And dost Thou not go forth, O God, with our hosts!
- Youngs Literal Bible

(60:12) Hast not Thou, O God, cast us off? And Thou goest not forth, O God, with our hosts.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Psalms 60:10


60:10 Hadst cut off - But now hast graciously returned to us.


Discussion for Psalms 60

  • Marie p mitchell
    I am so glad that we serve a God that we can depend on and be with us in our time of troubles I love the book of Psalms I am so glad that God loves me
  • A disciple
    The events taking place thus moving David by the Spirit to write this Psalm seem obscure to us, until we consider them with the view of David's purpose of God to win for Israel ALL its promised land, even to the Euphrates River. This tremendous feat was not however followed up worthily by the sons of Israel, for they never established their Borders according to the Victories David got for them.
  • A disciple
    Dear BSP; I have to tell you, that even these kinds of Scriptures are still mightily filled with the Spirit of God, and written of Divine purpose; not merely David's feelings (as you suppose) as if he was discouraged. Look at the world around us! What do you see? Do you see as I do, that the restraint is being taken away? Why do you think that is? Because God sees no integrity or truth in people!
  • BSP
    Verse 1: David was busy fighting the Syrians and while this was taking place the Edomites decided they would attack. David felt that God had left him. We can feel the same way when we face multiple problems that seem to overwhelm us. This account can help us to see that Jehovah God never leaves his loyal servants even when they face trials.
  • Rev. singleton
    Jesus said upon this rock meaning the truth I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it... And that's the unadulterated truth.
  • Angela
    David is trying to be saved from his enemies

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