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Calling upon God as an act of worship
By those who depend upon him and proclaim his name
See also Ge 12:8; Ge 26:25; 1 Ch 16:8; Ps 86:5; Ps 116:2; Ps 116:17; Job 27:10; 2 Ti 2:22
Those who do not acknowledge God or call upon his name
Ps 14:4; Ps 79:6; Is 65:1; Je 10:25; Zep 3:9
Calling upon God in time of need
Ps 50:15; La 3:55
See also 1 Sa 12:17–18; 2 Sa 22:4; 1 Ki 18:24; 2 Ki 5:11; Job 19:7; Ps 4:1; Ps 17:6–9; Ps 18:6; Ps 27:7–12; Ps 28:1–2; Ps 55:16; Ps 86:3; Ps 86:7; Ps 91:15; Ps 120:1; Pr 1:28; Is 58:9; Is 65:24; Je 11:14; Je 33:3; Joe 1:19; Hab 1:2; Zec 13:9
Calling upon God for his salvation
See also Joe 2:32; Ro 10:12–14
Calling upon God was part of the priestly function of intercession
See also Ex 17:11; Ex 32:31–32; Nu 21:7; 1 Sa 12:19; 1 Sa 12:23; Je 15:1
Examples of those who called upon God
Abraham
Moses
Ex 17:10–13; Ex 17:15; Ex 32:11–13; Ex 32:30; Nu 14:13–19; Dt 9:26–29
Samuel
Elijah
Jonah
Jon 2:2; Jon 2:7
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