New American Standard Bible
Yet You have rejected us and brought us to dishonor, And do not go out with our armies.
King James Bible
But thou hast cast off, and put us to shame; and goest not forth with our armies.
Darby Bible Translation
But thou hast cast off, and put us to confusion, and dost not go forth with our armies;
World English Bible
But now you rejected us, and brought us to dishonor, and don't go out with our armies.
Young's Literal Translation
In anger Thou hast cast off and causest us to blush, And goest not forth with our hosts.
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CommentaryBarnes' Notes on the Bible
But thou hast cast off - The author of the psalm now commences a description of the existing circumstances of the nation, so strongly in contrast with what had existed in former times when God interposed in their behalf, and when he gave them success. This is properly the commencement of the second part of the psalm, and the description is continued to Psalm 44:16. The Hebrew word here rendered "hast cast off" implies disgust and abhorrence, as the casting away of that which is loathsome. See the word explained in the notes at Psalm 43:2. The reference is to what had occurred at the time when the psalm was written. See introduction to this psalm. The allusion is to the invasion of the land by foreigners; their own discomfiture in their wars; and the calamities consequent on these invasions and defeats.
And goest not forth with our armies - See the places referred to above. Thus Josiah was defeated and slain; and thus the land was conquered by the invaders.
LibraryThe Story of God's Mighty Acts
Now, my dear friends, this morning I intend to recall to your minds some of the wondrous things which God has done in the olden time. My aim and object will be to excite your minds to seek after the like; that looking back upon what God has done, you may be induced to look forward with the eye of expectation, hoping that he will again stretch forth his potent hand and his holy arm, and repeat those mighty acts he performed in ancient days. First, I shall speak of the marvellous stories which our …
Charles Haddon Spurgeon—Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 5: 1859
Then Gideon said to him, "O my lord, if the LORD is with us, why then has all this happened to us? And where are all His miracles which our fathers told us about, saying, 'Did not the LORD bring us up from Egypt?' But now the LORD has abandoned us and given us into the hand of Midian."
For You are the God of my strength; why have You rejected me? Why do I go mourning because of the oppression of the enemy?
For the choir director; according to Shushan Eduth. A Mikhtam of David, to teach; when he struggled with Aram-naharaim and with Aram-zobah, and Joab returned, and smote twelve thousand of Edom in the Valley of Salt. O God, You have rejected us. You have broken us; You have been angry; O, restore us.
Have not You Yourself, O God, rejected us? And will You not go forth with our armies, O God?
You know my reproach and my shame and my dishonor; All my adversaries are before You.
A Maskil of Asaph. O God, why have You rejected us forever? Why does Your anger smoke against the sheep of Your pasture?
Will the Lord reject forever? And will He never be favorable again?
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