New American Standard Bible
Evening and morning and at noon, I will complain and murmur, And He will hear my voice.
King James Bible
Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: and he shall hear my voice.
Darby Bible Translation
Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray and moan aloud; and he will hear my voice.
World English Bible
Evening, morning, and at noon, I will cry out in distress. He will hear my voice.
Young's Literal Translation
Evening, and morning, and noon, I meditate, and make a noise, and He heareth my voice,
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CommentaryBarnes' Notes on the Bible
Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray - In another place Psalm 119:164 the psalmist says that he engaged in acts of devotion seven times in a day. Daniel prayed three times a day, Daniel 6:10. David went, in his troubles, before God evening, morning, and mid-day, in solemn, earnest prayer. So Paul, in a time of great distress, gave himself on three set occasions to earnest prayer for deliverance. See the notes at 2 Corinthians 12:8. This verse, therefore, does not prove that it was a regular habit of David to pray three times a day; but in view of the passage, it may be remarked
(a) that it is proper to have regular seasons for devotion, of frequent occurrence; and
(b) that there are favorable and suitable times for devotion.
The morning and the evening are obviously appropriate; and it is well to divide the day also by prayer - to seek, at mid-day, the rest titan bodily and mental toil which is secured by communion with God - and to implore that strength which we need for the remaining duties of the day. True religion is cultivated by frequent and regular seasons of devotion.
And cry aloud - The word here employed properly means to murmur; to make a humming sound; to sigh; to growl; to groan. See the notes at Psalm 42:5. Here the language means that he would give utterance to his deep feelings in appropriate tones - whether words, sighs, or groans. To the deep thoughts and sorrows of his soul he would often give suitable expression before God.
And he shall hear my voice - The confident language of faith, as in Psalm 55:16.
Our study of the closing scenes of the life of our Lord begins at the point where He fell into the hands of the representatives of justice; and this took place at the gate of Gethsemane and at the midnight hour. On the eastern side of Jerusalem, the ground slopes downwards to the bed of the Brook Kedron; and on the further side of the stream rises the Mount of Olives. The side of the hill was laid out in gardens or orchards belonging to the inhabitants of the city; and Gethsemane was one of these. …
James Stalker—The Trial and Death of Jesus Christ
Now Peter and John were going up to the temple at the ninth hour, the hour of prayer.
About the ninth hour of the day he clearly saw in a vision an angel of God who had just come in and said to him, "Cornelius!"
On the next day, as they were on their way and approaching the city, Peter went up on the housetop about the sixth hour to pray.
Cornelius said, "Four days ago to this hour, I was praying in my house during the ninth hour; and behold, a man stood before me in shining garments,
In the morning, O LORD, You will hear my voice; In the morning I will order my prayer to You and eagerly watch.
But I, O LORD, have cried out to You for help, And in the morning my prayer comes before You.
To declare Your lovingkindness in the morning And Your faithfulness by night,
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