Psalm 44 Meaning - Verse by Verse Explanation from Bible

Discover Psalm 44 Commentary in detail, with their Bible study and explained, as well as their meaning in the Catholic Bible among others.

Psalm 44-1

O God, we have heard with our ears, our fathers have told us of
the work you did in their days, in ancient times.

Psalm 44-2

You with your hand drove out the nations and planted them;
you afflicted the peoples and drove them out.

Psalm 44-3

For they did not seize the land by their own sword,
nor did their own arm
save them , but your right hand, and your arm, and the light of your face,
because you took pleasure in them.

Psalm 44-4

You, O God, are my king;
send salvation to Jacob.

Psalm 44-5

Through you we will attack our enemies;
In your name we trample our adversaries.

Psalm 44-6

For I will not trust my bow,
nor will my sword save me.

Psalm 44-7

For you have saved us from our enemies,
and you have put to shame those who hated us.

Psalm 44-8

In God we will boast all the time,
and we will praise your name forever. Selah

Psalm 44-9

But you have rejected us and made us ashamed,
and you no longer go out with our armies.

Psalm 44-10

You have turned us back from the enemy,
and those who hate us plunder us.

Psalm 44-11

You give us over like sheep destined for food,
and have scattered us among the nations.

Psalm 44-12

You have sold your people for nothing,
and have not gained from selling them.

Psalm 44-13

You have made us an object of reproach from our neighbors, the
scorn and derision of those around us.

Psalm 44-14

You have made us a proverb among the nations, a
motive to shake our heads among the peoples.

Psalm 44-15

All day long my shame is before me,
and the shame of my face covers me

Psalm 44-16

Because of the voice of the reproach and dishonor,
because of the enemy and the vengeful.

Psalm 44-17

All this has befallen us, and we have not forgotten you
or broken your covenant.

Psalm 44-18

Our hearts have not turned back,
nor have our steps strayed from your ways,

Psalm 44-19

even when you broke us in the place of jackals,
and covered us with the shadow of death.

Psalm 44-20

If we had forgotten the name of our God,
or stretched out our hands to another god,

Psalm 44-21

wouldn’t God find out?
For he knows the secrets of the heart.

Psalm 44-22

But because of you they kill us every day;
we are considered as sheep for the slaughterhouse.

Psalm 44-23

Wake up; Why do you sleep, oh lord?
Awake; don’t reject us forever.

Psalm 44-24

Why do you hide your face
and forget our affliction and our oppression?

Psalm 44-25

Because our soul is burdened to the dust;
our belly is glued to the ground.

Psalm 44-26

Arise to help us,
and redeem us because of your mercy.

Psalm 44 Meaning

The meaning of Psalm 44 is very interesting, the Psalm talks about memory, it reminds us that sometimes it is necessary to refresh our memory, our faith. It reminds us of the importance in the history of God, both in its creation and in its development.

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