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At their wit's end (Psalms 107:27)



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Storm
Picture copyright:V. Gilbert and Arlisle F. Beers
Bible Verse:
“They reeled and staggered like drunken men; they were at their wits' end.” (Psalms 107:27)
Meaning:
Reach the limit of their knowledge.
Origin and Application:
This psalm is of thanksgiving. The writer gives thanks to the Lord who is not only God of Israel, but God of the whole earth and all mankind. In verse 27, the writer calls upon people to give thanks and glory to God when they are saved from storms at sea. Here, the whole ship's crew are in confusion. They were at their wits' end means that they had reached the limit of their knowledge and did not know what next.
Example:
After so many trials and errors, I’m at my wit’s end.
Keywords :
wit   limit   knowledge  


Related Information:
NIV official site
Chinese Bible (和合本)
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