Psalm 106:4
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English Standard Version
Remember me, O LORD, when you show favor to your people; help me when you save them,

King James Bible
Remember me, O LORD, with the favour that thou bearest unto thy people: O visit me with thy salvation;

American Standard Version
Remember me, O Jehovah, with the favor that thou bearest unto thy people; Oh visit me with thy salvation,

Douay-Rheims Bible
Remember us, O Lord, in the favour of thy people: visit us with thy salvation.

English Revised Version
Remember me, O LORD, with the favour that thou bearest unto thy people; O visit me with thy salvation:

Webster's Bible Translation
Remember me, O LORD, with the favor that thou bearest to thy people: O visit me with thy salvation;

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Commentary
Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament

Now follows the miraculous guidance through the desert to the taking possession of Canaan. The fact that the cloud (ענן, root ען, to meet, to present itself to view, whence the Arabic ‛ănăn, the visible outward side of the vault of heaven) by day, and becoming like fire by night, was their guide (Exodus 13:21), is left out of consideration in Psalm 105:39. With למסך we are not to associate the idea of a covering against foes, Exodus 14:19., but of a covering from the smiting sun, for פּרשׁ (Exodus 40:19), as in Isaiah 4:5., points to the idea of a canopy. In connection with the sending of the quails the tempting character of the desire is only momentarily dwelt upon, the greater emphasis is laid on the omnipotence of the divine goodness which responded to it. שׁאלוּ is to be read instead of שׁאל, the w before w having been overlooked; and the Kerמ writes and points שׂליו (like סתיו, עניו) in order to secure the correct pronunciation, after the analogy of the plural termination יו-. The bread of heaven (Psalm 78:24.) is the manna. In Psalm 105:41 the giving of water out of the rock at Rephidim and at Kadesh are brought together; the expression corresponds better to the former instance (Exodus 17:6, cf. Numbers 20:11). הלכוּ refers to the waters, and נהר for כּנּהרות, Psalm 78:16, is, as in Psalm 22:14, an equation instead of a comparison. In this miraculous escort the patriarchal promise moves on towards its fulfilment; the holy word of promise, and the stedfast, proved faith of Abraham - these were the two motives. The second את is, like the first, a sign of the object, not a preposition (lxx, Targum), in connection with which Psalm 105:42 would be a continuation of Psalm 105:42, dragging on without any parallelism. Joy and exulting are mentioned as the mood of the redeemed ones with reference to the festive joy displayed at the Red Sea and at Sinai. By Psalm 105:43 one is reminded of the same descriptions of the antitype in Isaiah, Isaiah 35:10; Isaiah 51:11; Isaiah 55:12, just as Psalm 105:41 recalls Isaiah 48:21. "The lands of the heathen" are the territories of the tribes of Canaan. עמל is equivalent to יגיע in Isaiah 45:14 : the cultivated ground, the habitable cities, and the accumulated treasures. Israel entered upon the inheritance of these peoples in every direction. As an independent people upon ground that is theirs by inheritance, keeping the revealed law of their God, was Israel to exhibit the pattern of a holy nation moulded after the divine will; and, as the beginning of the Psalm shows, to unite the peoples to themselves and their God, the God of redemption, by the proclamation of the redemption which has fallen to their own lot.

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remember

Psalm 25:7 Remember not the sins of my youth, nor my transgressions: according to your mercy remember you me for your goodness' sake, O LORD.

Psalm 119:132 Look you on me, and be merciful to me, as you use to do to those that love your name.

Nehemiah 5:19 Think on me, my God, for good, according to all that I have done for this people.

Nehemiah 13:14,22,31 Remember me, O my God, concerning this, and wipe not out my good deeds that I have done for the house of my God...

Luke 23:42 And he said to Jesus, Lord, remember me when you come into your kingdom.

visit

Luke 1:68,69 Blessed be the Lord God of Israel; for he has visited and redeemed his people...

Acts 15:14 Simeon has declared how God at the first did visit the Gentiles, to take out of them a people for his name.

Cross References
Numbers 10:9
And when you go to war in your land against the adversary who oppresses you, then you shall sound an alarm with the trumpets, that you may be remembered before the LORD your God, and you shall be saved from your enemies.

Psalm 44:3
for not by their own sword did they win the land, nor did their own arm save them, but your right hand and your arm, and the light of your face, for you delighted in them.

Psalm 85:1
LORD, you were favorable to your land; you restored the fortunes of Jacob.

Psalm 85:7
Show us your steadfast love, O LORD, and grant us your salvation.

Psalm 119:132
Turn to me and be gracious to me, as is your way with those who love your name.

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