I. Asaph’s Sorrow (77:1–10)
A. Present grief (77:1–4, 7–10)
1. He cries out to God (77:1–3): Asaph is in deep trouble and searches for the Lord.
2. He is too distressed even to pray (77:4): Asaph cannot pray or sleep.
3. He wonders if God has abandoned him (77:7–10).
B. Past glory (77:5–6): Asaph painfully remembers the good old days.
II. Asaph’s Song (77:11–20): He’s encouraged as he remembers how God helped his people in the past.
A. God performed miracles (77:11–18): He redeemed his people by his strength.
B. God led his people (77:20) : God used Moses and Aaron as their shepherds.