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Psalm 17:6
I have called on you, for you will hear me, O God: incline your ear to me, and hear my speech.
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Psalm 39:12
Hear my prayer, O LORD, and give ear to my cry; hold not your peace at my tears: for I am a stranger with you, and a sojourner, as all my fathers were.
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Psalm 77:1
I cried to God with my voice, even to God with my voice; and he gave ear to me.
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Psalm 80:1
Give ear, O Shepherd of Israel, you that lead Joseph like a flock; you that dwell between the cherubim, shine forth.
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Psalm 84:8
O LORD God of hosts, hear my prayer: give ear, O God of Jacob. Selah.
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Chapter i
... In (De 32:10) the parallel thought is "wilderness." Isaiah uses it to describe ... God,
and the author of chapter two as presenting a more anthropomorphic and less ...
//christianbookshelf.org/leupold/exposition of genesis volume 1/chapter i.htm

The Doctrine of God
... (2) What is meant by the anthropomorphic expressions used ... God often uses plural pronouns
in speaking of Himself ... that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that ...
/.../evans/the great doctrines of the bible/the doctrine of god.htm

A Traveler's Note-Book
... "Hear my prayer, O Lord, and give ear unto my cry ... It is the old anthropomorphic idea
of God"the idea of the Prophet and Psalmist, wholly untouched by the ...
/.../merriam/the chief end of man/iii a travelers note-book.htm



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