Psalm 80:3 Cross References


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Psalm 80:3

Restore us, O God; let your face shine, that we may be saved!

Lamentations 5:21

Restore us to yourself, O Lord, that we may be restored! Renew our days as of old—

Psalm 85:4

Restore us again, O God of our salvation, and put away your indignation toward us!

Psalm 4:6

There are many who say, “Who will show us some good? Lift up the light of your face upon us, O Lord!”

Numbers 6:25-26

the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace.

Psalm 80:19

Restore us, O Lord God of hosts! Let your face shine, that we may be saved!

Psalm 80:7

Restore us, O God of hosts; let your face shine, that we may be saved!

Psalm 67:1

To the choirmaster: with stringed instruments. A Psalm. A Song. May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face to shine upon us, Selah

1 Kings 18:37

Answer me, O Lord, answer me, that this people may know that you, O Lord, are God, and that you have turned their hearts back.”

Psalm 119:135

Make your face shine upon your servant, and teach me your statutes.

Psalm 80:1

To the choirmaster: according to Lilies. A Testimony. Of Asaph, a Psalm. Give ear, O Shepherd of Israel, you who lead Joseph like a flock! You who are enthroned upon the cherubim, shine forth.

Psalm 60:1

To the choirmaster: according to Shushan Eduth. A Miktam of David; for instruction; when he strove with Aram-naharaim and with Aram-zobah, and when Joab on his return struck down twelve thousand of Edom in the Valley of Salt. O God, you have rejected us, broken our defenses; you have been angry; oh, restore us.

Jeremiah 31:18-19

I have heard Ephraim grieving, ‘You have disciplined me, and I was disciplined, like an untrained calf; bring me back that I may be restored, for you are the Lord my God. For after I had turned away, I relented, and after I was instructed, I struck my thigh; I was ashamed, and I was confounded, because I bore the disgrace of my youth.’