Verse 2. חטּא, instead of which חטא is usually found) sinners, ἁμαρτωλοί, who pass their lives in sin, especially coarse and manifest sin; לצים (from לוּץ, as מת from מוּת) scoffers, who make that which is divine, holy, and true a subject of frivolous jesting. Here is, I. in Psalm 1:1 describe what he all along has never done, the fut. This would include such things as these: he does not follow the advice of sinners, 2 Samuel 16:20 ; 1 Kings 1:12 ; he does not execute the purposes or plans of sinners, Isaiah 19:3 ; he does not frame his life according to their views and suggestions. Everything that exists belongs to God, He has the right to keep everything for Himself, but He chooses to share with human beings. But, alas, what ill treatment is given to this angel from heaven! (Comp. (Note: By the Sheb stands Metheg (Gaja), as it does wherever a word, with Sheb in the first syllable, has Olewejored, Rebia magnum, or Dech without a conjunctive preceding, in case at least one vowel and no Metheg-except perhaps that standing before Sheb compos. The godly man will read the Word by day, that men, seeing his good works, may glorify his Father who is in heaven; he will do it in the night, that he may not be seen of men: by day, to show that he is not one of those who dread the light; by night, to show that he is one who can shine in the shade: by day, for that is the time for working -- work whilst it is day; by night, lest his Master should come as a thief, and find him idle. He doesn’t JUST study it. The change in personal pronouns between verses 1-2 (I-my) and verses 3-8 (you-your) may signal a dialogue between pilgrims or groups of pilgrims. ] Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Psalm 1 EXEGESIS: CONTEXT: This is a wisdom psalm, calling people to follow the path of righteousness to obtain the blessings that God confers on the righteous. Psalm 81 is the 81st psalm in the biblical Book of Psalms.Its themes relate to celebration and repentance. they have no book to save them. Compare Psalm 119:23, Psalm 119:43; Psalm 143:5. Proverbs 15:28 : "the heart of the righteous meditateth what to answer." Psalm 63:5-6 : "my soul shall be upon my bed, and meditate on thee in the night-watches." This psalm has a good deal in common with Proverbs 2:12-15, 20-22 and Jeremiah 17:5-13, both of which contrast the In His law doth he meditate. transl.].). The clause ועלהוּ לא יבּול is the other half of the relative clause: and its foliage does not fall off or wither (נבל like the synon. Psalm 2 is twice as long, consisting of four stanzas and 12 verses. The meaning here is, he thinks of it; he endeavors to understand its meaning; he has pleasure in reflecting on it. And from this kind of employment, there comes forth at length a man well instructed in the law of the Lord to speak unto the people. It may be, at once reading or looking, we see little or nothing; as Elijah's servant went once, and saw nothing; therefore he was commanded to look seven times. This last is the most natural: everything he takes in hand he brings to a successful issue (an expression like 2 Chronicles 7:11; 2 Chronicles 31:21; Daniel 8:24). His delight is in the law of the Lord. : he becomes in consequence of this, he is thereby, like a tree planted beside the water-courses, which yields its fruit at the proper season and its leaf does not fall off. rumhun tsadqun, i.e., according to the Kamus Arab. Do you make it the man of your right hand -- your best companion and hourly guide? This psalm shows us, I. (Psalm 46:1) The Hebrew word תורה tôrâh, properly means instruction, precept; and then, an injunction, command, law, in the usual sense of the word. - lies between the Sheb and the tone, e.g., ננתּקה (with Dech) Psalm 2:3, ואענהוּ Psalm 91:15 and the like. serve to give intensity to the figure; פּלג (Arab. Verse 2. (from צלח, Arab. As this world is the kingdom of Satan, unconverted men, of every rank, party, and character, are stirred up by him to oppose the cause of God. Thus in the great day of trial, when they should be saved by their book, alas! Psalm 19 - For the director of music. chfd f. i. with the primary notion of firmly adhering, vid., on Job 40:17) in תורת ה, the teaching of Jahve, which is become Israel's νόμος, rule of life; in this he meditates profoundly by day and night (two acc. The benefits, helps, and hindrances of meditation. Hence Augustine has, in his translation, "chatter;" and a beautiful metaphor it is -- as chattering is the employment of birds, so a continual conversing in the law of the Lord (for talking is peculiar to man), ought to be the employment of man. says the prophet, "I see a cloud rising, like a man's hand;" and by and by, the whole surface of the heavens was covered with clouds. Arab. (Note: Nevertheless we have not to compare רעשׁ, רגשׁ, for רשׁע, but the Arabic in the two roots Arab. Psalm 26:4., Jeremiah 15:17). Thus רשׁע means the loose man and indeed as a moral-religyous notion loose from God, godless comp. Thomas Watson's Saints' Spiritual Delight. With the first meaning, Jahve would be the subject; with the third, the project of the righteous; with the middle one, the righteous man himself. We got a praise song here! It is probable that the psalmist had the injunction in his mind which is contained in Joshua 1:8. and in his law doth he meditate day and night; as Joshua was directed to do, and David did, Joshua 1:8. In verse 2 the word "it" means the dry land. Silver and gold are symbolic of everything of value. The accentuation treats this member of the verse as the third member of the relative clause; one may, however, say of a thriving plant צלח, but not הצליח. Verses 3 – 6: In verse 3 the hill … And in his law - On his law, or his truth. Psalms 1:2 But his delight [is] in the law of the LORD and in his law doth he meditate day and night. (2 Samuel 22:3) God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. (1) There is the way of the godly and their blessedness in contrast to the way of the ungodly (1:1-6). In his Law doth he meditate day and night; Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. sachufa, foolish, simple, prop. to the law of Jehovah is his inclination. p. 189. Richard T. Ritenbaugh Tithing Psalm 91:1-2, 9-16 One of the more important and central of all psalms, Psalm 91 holds a revered place in the ancient liturgies and commentaries of the Church. In the whole doctrine of the Holy Scriptures, that invariable rule of truth, as Irenaeus rightly calleth it, Kανων της αληθειας ακλινης. But his delight is in the law of the Lord, But his delight is in the Law of the Lord. And now mark his positive character. -- The good man doth meditate on the law of God day and night. In the slightly different numbering system of the Greek Septuagint version of the bible, and in its Latin translation, the Vulgate, this psalm is Psalm 80 Thomas a Kempis, 1380-1471. Day after day they pour forth … חטּאים (from the sing. In the plainest text there is a world of holiness and spirituality; and if we in prayer and dependence upon God did sit down and study it, we should behold much more than appears to us. It is only with וכל, where the language becomes unemblematic, that the man who loves the Law of God again becomes the direct subject. Psalm 24:1-2. He takes a text and carries it with him all day long; and in the night watches, when sleep forsakes his eyelids, he muses upon the Word of God. In His law doth he meditate day and night. Psalm 1:1–2, Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in the law of the LORD, and on his law he meditates day and night. On הלך בּ, in an ethical sense, cf. 2. Verse 2. And yet, in David's day, how small was the volume of inspiration, for they had scarcely anything save the first five books of Moses! Psalm 91 appears to be a psalm in the setting of warfare with threats of an imminent battle that is about to, has or is currently taking place between solders that may be facing impossible odds. hakuma, wise, prop. Verse 2. All rights reserved. He is not under the law as a curse and condemnation, but he is in it, and he delights to be in it as his rule of life; he delights, moreover, to meditate in it, to read it by day, and think upon it by night. Verse 2. BIBLICAL COMMENTARY (Bible Study) Psalm 121 EXEGESIS: INTRODUCTION: Psalm 121 encourages pilgrims braving dangerous roads to Jerusalem. Verse 2. Psalm 1:2 But his delight is in the law of the LORD, And in His law he meditates day and night. But his delight is in the law of the Lord] i.e. Psalm 11 Commentary: God’s Actions And now that David has established in his mind God’s lofty exalted sovereign POSITION, he’s going to also remind himself of the Lord’s PRESENT ACTIONS in … The word law in the Scriptures is used in a considerable variety of significations. It is a good thing to give thanks, &c. — It is a good work, and a just debt, which is due from us to God; to show forth thy loving- kindness, &c. — To adore and celebrate thy goodness and truth continually, and especially at those two solemn times of morning and evening, which, on every day, and particularly upon the sabbath day, were devoted to the worship and service of God. Psalm 1 consists of two stanzas and six verses. Like other psalms of this type (see Psalm 30; 32; 34), Psalm 116 begins by saying that God has rescued the psalmist from trouble (verses 1-2). יהגּה, what he is always striving to do; הגה of a deep (cf. His delight is in the law of the Lord. 26 and 27 Anm. Psalm 85 is a perfect psalm for this second Sunday of Advent. Psalm 126. 1. They might as well say, heaven is a blessed place, but it is a hard way to it; do not trouble yourselves, we will go thither for you. If you want to know what true repentance is, check out this commentary and Bible study on Psalm 51. Micah 6:16; Jeremiah 7:24. Words in boxes are from the Bible. Here, we see God is shown in three capacities: as the Creator-God in verses 1-2; as the holy God in verses 3-6; as the glorious King in verses 7-10. He that hopes for the inheritance, will make much of the conveyance. Compare Psalm 19:10; Psalm 119:97, Psalm 119:99. Psalm 119 is an expansion of Psalm 19:7–9: “The law of the LORD is perfect, reviving the soul. It assists the memory to lock up the jewels of divine truth in her sure treasury. (Psalm 46:1) For thou hast been a shelter for me, and a strong tower from the enemy. The Psalm is structured as a dramatic presentation in four acts. Psalm 119:54 : "Thy statutes have been my songs in the house of my pilgrimage." ii. -- The good man doth meditate on the law of God day and night. The believer's acquaintance with it. If not, this blessing belongeth not to you. Day and night - That is, continually - as day and night constitute the whole of time. The law of the Lord is the daily bread of the true believer. Instead of the Scriptures they can present images; these are the layman's books; as if they were to be tried by a jury of carvers and painters, and not by the twelve apostles. Psalm 77:12 : "I meditate on all thy work." He delights in it. I have no rest, but in a nook, with the book. Verse 2. BOOK ONE Psalms 1–41 -The Way of the Righteous and the End of the Ungodly - Blessed is the man Who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, Nor stands in the path of sinners, Nor sits in the seat of the scornful; But his delight is in the law of the Lord, And in His law he meditates day and night. Verse 2. What a richly flowing brook is to the tree that is planted on its bank, such is the word of God to him who devotes himself to it: it makes him, according to his position and calling, ever fruitful in good and well-timed deeds and keeps him fresh in his inner and outward life, and whatsoever such an one undertakes, he brings to a successful issue, for the might of the word and of the blessing of God is in his actions. Joshua 1:8, which might have suggested this). -- This delight which the prophet here speaks of is the only delight that neither blushes nor looks pale; the only delight that gives a repast without an after reckoning; the only delight that stands in construction with all tenses; and like Aeneas Anchyses, carries his parents upon his back. Ver. fal'g, from פלג to divide, Job 38:25) means the brook meandering and cleaving its course for itself through the soil and stones; the plur. in Psalm 1:3, the development of the אשׁרי now begins; it is the praet. In his law doth he meditate day and night. The holiness and happiness of a godly man . Psalm 2:1 Why are the nations in an uproar And the peoples devising a vain thing? consec. What Psalm 24 means. thin, loose, without stay, like a bad piece of weaving, vid., Fleischer's translation of Samachschari's Golden Necklace pp. Verse 2. The pontificians beat off the common people from this common treasury, by objecting this supposed difficulty. This Psalm of David simply praises the Lord God Jehovah. Many of David's psalms are full of complaints, but this is full of comforts, and the expressions of delight in God's great goodness and dependence upon him. Bibl. Martin Luther. Psalm 1. Note how this Psalm drives home its truth by the use of contrasts. Verse 2. It promises Yahweh's protection. 155, 2, 9): but (if) his delight is, equals (substantival instead of the verbal clause:) he delights (חפץ cf. How few among us can lay claim to the benediction of the text! We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. The description now continues with כּי אם (imo si, Ges. Meditation chews the cud, and gets the sweetness and nutritive virtue of the Word into the heart and life: this is the way the godly bring forth much fruit. As the NIV’s translation suggests, Psalm 139 can be divided into four strophes: verses 1–6; 7–12; 13–18; and 19–24.Tucker and Davis offer an overview of these four movements: Before exploring the meaning of this passage in detail, here is the whole psalm for your consideration from the NIV: The rage of nations and the laugh of God. Arab. denotes either one brook regarded from its abundance of water, or even several which from different directions supply the tree with nourishing and refreshing moisture. Verse six presents a key to understanding Psalm 1: “For the LORD knows the way of the righteous, but the way of the ungodly shall perish.”. The perff. Psalm 1 is the first psalm of the Book of Psalms, beginning in the English King James Version: "Blessed is the man".The Book of Psalms is part of the third section of the Hebrew Bible, and a book of the Christian Old Testament.In Latin, this psalm is known as Beatus vir or Beatus vir, qui non abiit.. The heavens so declare the glory of God, and proclaim his wisdom, power, and goodness, that all ungodly men are left without excuse. But the rulers of the earth generally have been most active. Words in brackets, ( ), are not in the *Hebrew Bible. Verse 2. The psalm is a regular part of Jewish, Catholic, Anglican, and Protestant liturgies. The psalm divides naturally into two verse groups––1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8. A. Psalm 142. Then he made the dry land. We long to be in the company of those we love. In the law of the Lord - The law of Yahweh - the small capitals in the translation indicating here as elsewhere that the original word is Yahweh. What there is in it for the believer to delight in. How much more, then, should we prize the whole written Word which it is our privilege to have in all our houses! even a second by שׁ, because it is intended to be read asherê as an exception, on account of the significance of the word (Baer, in Comm. The intonation of the accent is said in these instances to begin, by anticipation, with the fugitive ĕ.). He does not take counsel of them as to the way in which he should live, but from the law of the Lord, Psalm 1:2. Be not you so cheated; but study the gospel as you look for comfort by the gospel. – The Way of the Righteous and the Way of the Ungodly. Thomas Adams. Article Images Copyright © 2020 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. Other people delight in the activities in Psalm 1:1 – godless advice, lifestyle, and associations. with the old accusative terminations am and ah). Sir Richard Baker. In the New King James Version its sub-title is "An Appeal for Israel's Repentance". The notes explain some of the words with a *star by them. Psalms 1:1 : Psalms 1:3 >> The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment Sign up for the Berean: Daily Verse and Comment, and have Biblical truth delivered to your inbox. But his will is in the law of the Lord. This Hiph. He finds true joy in … John Trapp Complete Commentary. Psalm 23. Commentary on Psalm 2:1-6 (Read Psalm 2:1-6) We are here told who would appear as adversaries to Christ. "He doth meditate." To meditate, as it is generally understood, signifies to discuss, to dispute; and its meaning is always confined to a being employed in words, as in Psalms 37:30 , "The mouth of the righteous shall meditate wisdom." rmh ṣlb mtı̂n mstwin, a hard, firm and straight spear. Meditate. The ground and reason of both . Martin Luther. Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. Meditation is the touchstone of a Christian; it shows what metal he is made of. How he shows his delight, thinks of it, reads much, speaks of it, obeys it, does not delight in evil. The first two verses encourage us to remember what God has done for Israel and for us — looking favorably on the land, restoring fortunes, and centering, … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 85:1-2, 8-13" This is because God made everything. Psalm 35:28 And my tongue shall declare Your righteousness And Your praise all day long. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. 1–2; 3–4; 5–6; 7–8): Before exploring the meaning of this passage in detail, here is the whole passage for your consideration from the NIV: It is a psalm which has been sung by good Christians, and will be while the world stands, with a great deal of pleasure and satisfaction. The naturalists observe that to uphold and accommodate bodily life, there are diverse sorts of faculties communicated, and these among the rest: Meditation is all these. But I cannot worthily and fully set forth the gracious meaning and force of this word; for this "meditating" consists first in an intent observing of the words of the law, and then in a comparing of the different Scriptures; which is a certain delightful hunting, nay, rather a playing with stags in a forest, where the Lord furnishes us with the stags, and opens to us their secret coverts. It is not a subject which he puts away from him, or in respect to which he is indifferent, but he keeps it before his mind, and has satisfaction in doing it. Oh, the Scriptures are hard to be understood, do not you trouble your heads about them; we will tell you the meaning of them. Arab. Psychol. Proverbs 23:7 . Psalm 2 – The Reign of the LORD’s Anointed. In this psalm, the way of the righteous and the way of … In פּלגי מים, both מים and the plur. Meditation doth discriminate and characterise a man; by this he may take a measure of his heart, whether it be good or bad; let me allude to that; "For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he." The word used here, הגה hâgâh, means properly to complain, to mutter; then, to speak; then, to utter in a low complaining voice, as is often done by a person in deep meditation; hence, in the usual sense, to meditate on anything; to think of it. It is a spiritual index; the index shows what is in the book, so meditation shows what is in the heart. And indeed there is for Psalm 32 speaks of blessings which are a result of God’s forgiveness of sins. The meaning is: (a) he does this habitually, or he intentionally forms the habit of meditating on divine truth, by disciplining his mind in order that he may do it; (b) he takes time to do it - designedly setting apart suitable portions of each day, that, withdrawn from the cares of life, he may refresh his spirit by contemplating divine truth, or may become better acquainted with God, and with his duty to him, and may bring to bear upon his own soul more directly the truths pertaining to eternal realities; (c) he does this in the intervals of business, the moments of leisure which he may have during the day - having thus an unfailing subject of reflection to which his mind readily reverts, and in which, amid the cares and toils of life, he finds relaxation and comfort; and. Joseph Caryl, 1647. But the blessed man doesn’t. Meditate.—Literally, murmur (of a dove, Isaiah 38:14; of men lamenting, Isaiah 16:7; of a lion growling, Isaiah 31:4; of muttered charms, Isaiah 8:19). tslh, to divide, press forward, press through, vid., Psalm 45:5) signifies both causative: to cause anything to go through, or prosper (Genesis 34:23), and transitive: to carry through, and intransitive: to succeed, prosper (Judges 18:5). The Hebrew word means primarily “to bend.”. In the day of his prosperity he sings psalms out of the Word of God, and in the night of his affliction he comforts himself with promises out of the same book. The pontificians beat off the common people from this common treasury, by objecting this … (last clause). Another prominent theme in Psalm 119 is the profound truth that the Word of God is all-sufficient. of II. Here the word undoubtedly refers to the written revelation of the will of God as far as it was then made known. Compiled & Edited by BibleStudyTools Staff, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. 495). The positive side of a good man’s character is now described according to the standard which prevailed when the written law first came truly into force. Then the psalm describes the distressing circumstance now past (verse 3), recalls a prayer for help (verse 4) along with the Lord’s saving response (verses 5-11), and then vows to give witness to God’s salvation before the congregation (verses 12-19). So Joshua 1:8 : "Thou shalt meditate therein (the law) day and night." First he made the seas. The sinfulness and misery of a wicked man (v. 4, v. 5). It helps judgment, wisdom, and faith to ponder, discern, and credit the things which reading and hearing supply and furnish. An attractive faculty, to assume and draw in the food; A retentive faculty, to retain it when taken in; As assimilating faculty to concoct the nourishment; An augmenting faculty, for drawing to perfection. Sir Richard Baker. In the relative clause the whole emphasis does not rest on בּעתּו (Calvin: impii, licet praecoces fructus ostentent, nihil tamen producunt nisi abortivum), but פּריו is the first, בּעתּו the second tone-word: the fruit which one expects from it, it yields (equivalent to יעשׂה it produces, elsewhere), and that at its appointed, proper time ( equals בּעדתּו, for עת is equals עדת or עדת, like רדת, לדת, from ועד), without ever disappointing that hope in the course of the recurring seasons. In distinction from נטוּע, according to Jalkut 614, שׁתוּל means firmly planted, so that no winds that may rage around it are able to remove it from its place (אין מזיזין אתו ממקומו). The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. (Psalm 47) To the chief Musician, A Psalm for the sons of Korah. dbl, from the root בל). The persecution and affliction of the man (and woman) of God is a major theme of Psalm 119. Commentary on Psalm 19:1-6. 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