3. am I in my way? There is also a faith of reliance, whereby a man doth rely upon God for salvation; this is a justifying faith, true justifying faith; this is true faith indeed; but I do not find in this Psalm, that this promise of protection and deliverance in the time of a plague is entailed upon this, nor that this is here mentioned. The Arabs denote the pestilence by an allusion to this flying weapon. He is secure where others are in peril, he lives where others die. (a) Answer to prayer: "he shall call, "etc. I went on with my visitation of the dying in a calm and peaceful spirit; I felt no fear of evil, and I suffered no harm. This is an expression which implies great nearness. Are not the riches of this world, then, the snare of the devil?. Ca El te va izbavi … Second. It is safety from perils like these that is spoken of. Angels... shall bear thee up... lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. Charles A. Davis. It is, in fact, simply attention to our request expressed. Le Blanc. Verse 7. Temperaments differ. Verse 16. so we should always be saying, But am I in my way? Verses 14-16. If the child be assaulted, he becometh a fortress, Ps 91:2. He hath known my name. Just let us think of the way in which setting our heart on anything affects us, head, hands, time, thought, actionall are at work for us attainment. But it is in the face of our Lord Jesus Christ, that God appears most delightful. 1. We must love him "with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our strength, and with all our mind, "so that, like Jesus, we may "delight to do his will." And if the Lord be truly "our habitation, " we can have no other refuge for our souls, no other resting place for our hearts. Bryan W. Procter, He liveth long who liveth well! No evil in the strict sense of the word can happen to him, for everything is overruled for good. This is the accent which is set on the eulogies given to heaven in Scripture. Charles A. Davis. the asp is upon you forthwith. And these angels, seeing we are so dear to God, that for our sakes he spared not his own Son, take this charge with all their hearts upon them, and omit nothing of their duty from our birth to the end of our life. The promise is, "Thou shalt not dash thy foot against a stone; "but he was out of his way, and the angel met him and scared his ass, and his ass made him rush his leg against the wall. Therefore does he beautifully join together these two things: the first, in saying, Thou shalt not be afraid;the second, by adding, For the terror. As they are an exceeding knowing and wise people, so they are also exceeding active and expeditious, quick in despatches. 7O mie sÄ cadÄ alÄturi de tine, Åi zece mii la dreapta ta, dar de tine nu se va apropia. Verse 5. 3. Chapter 91. And again, "He will give his angels charge over thee to keep thee; "to keep thee;charge over thee and to keep thee; not only over the whole church of God, but over every particular member of the church of God; "He will give his angels charge over thee to keep thee; "this is his marvellous care. Happy is he who is in such a case. 5Nu trebuie sÄ te temi nici de groaza din timpul nopÅ£ii, nici de sÄgeata care sboarÄ ziua. Let another pretend to merit, let him boast that he bears the burden and heat of the day, let him say that he fasts twice on the Sabbath, let him finally glory that he is not as other men; for me it is good to cleave unto God, to place my hope in the Lord God. Old Mr. Dod being upon the water and going out of one boat into another, slipped between them, and the first word he spake was this, "Am I in my way?" While France justly boasts of "Marseilles' good Bishop, "England may congratulate herself on having cherished in her bosom a clergyman who in an equally earnest manner discharged his pastoral care, and watched over the simple flock committed to his charge, at no less risk of life, and with no less fervour of piety and benevolence. 2 I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. Hail, thou art highly favoured, says the Angel to Mary, the Lord is with thee. In "UNDER THE SHADOW: being additional leaves from the Note Book of the late Mary B.M. All will be known. Kirker thinks it is called rkd, because it keeps order, and spares neither great nor small. Verse 3. So confident the Psalmist is that upon this course taken, safety shall follow. Most interpreters conclude here, that the godly are preserved in time of public calamities; which, in a right sense, may be true; but withal they should have added, that all godly men are not exempted at such times; to prevent rash judgments. As there is a because and a therefore in the process of the law, in concluding death for sin, so there is a because and a therefore in the process of grace, and of the gospel, which doth reason from one grace given to infer another grace to be given, even grace for grace; and such is this here: Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him. For under these we are concealed:under these we are protected from the attack of the hawks and kites, which are the powers of the air: under these a salubrious shade refreshes us, and wards off the overpowering heat of the sun; under these, also we are nourished and cherished. There is, else much more wretched were the race
And see what follows upon this setting faith thus on work, Ps 91:3-4: Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence. He shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler. Bellarmine. (b) Personal: "over thee." Observe the joyful contrast here to the mournful words in the foregoing Psalm. In "UNDER THE SHADOW: being additional leaves from the Note Book of the late Mary B.M. It may be very good and contain a valuable remittance, but no one can tell for whom it is intended. He keeps in the way, and then the angels keep him. The Lord has reasons for preserving his ownbecause, "(Ps 91:9). And therefore here is no ground, if the words be rightly understood, for any man absolutely to presume or conclude that he shall actually be delivered out of any particular danger; much less upon such a presumption wilfully to run into dangers. Henry Smith. Verse 16. And from the noisome pestilence. The young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample under feet. . First, indeed, because of thy own escape; secondly, on account of thy complete security; thirdly, for the sake of comparison; fourthly, because of the perfect preeminence of justice itself. Joseph Caryl. David Dickson. Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him. Verse 1. - Pinch to zoom for Multi - touch devices and zoom tab for non Multi - touch devices. S. Burder's Scripture Expositor. Fie liveth long who liveth well! It is almost too wonderful to be true. The "ways" then in this promise cited by Satan, are the ways of duty, or the ways of our lawful callings. I gave myself up with youthful ardour to the visitation of the sick, and was sent for from all corners of the district by persons of all ranks and religions. Some of the activities were some major stressful things to deal with. "Well, "he said, "is it not a bishop's duty to choose the higher course?" And all his works with mercy doth embrace,
Bernard, quoted by Le Blanc. — Psalm 91:1 NKJV. Verse 4. He who is a Spirit can protect us from evil spirits, he who is mysterious can rescue us from mysterious dangers, he who is immortal can redeem its from mortal sickness. (d) Greater honour after trouble: deliver "and honour him." 13Vei pÄÅi peste lei Åi peste nÄpÃ®rci, Åi vei cÄlca peste pui de lei Åi peste Åerpi. The Psalmist says, moreover, that God is his "fortress." He shall lodge quietly, securely. It is not the way of the believer to go out of his way. A little more work and weeping would have laid me low among the rest; I felt that my burden was heavier than I could bear, and I was ready to sink under it. It was too full of activities. (a) They are numerous: "the lion, adder, young lion, dragon." It is down in the marching orders of the hosts of heaven that they take special note of the people who dwell in God. Horatius Bonar. Preservation from minor evils most precious because they are often most grievous, lead to greater evils, and involve much damage. Our safety lies not simply upon this, because God is a refuge, and is an habitation, but "Because thou hast made the Lord which is my refuge, thy habitation, there shall no evil befall thee, "etc. There shall no evil befall thee, etc. Behold this day the Lord is to us instead of walls and bulwarks! The evils from which he is saved; the blessings in hand, and the blessings in hope; the salvation in time, and the salvation through eternity, which can and shall be enjoyed through the name of Jesus, excites feelings of the most ardent gratitude in the soul of the Christian. Duncan, 1867", pp. What force of human affection can stand fast among such terrible monsters? '"Notwithstanding exposure to a pestilence so fatal, the devoted bishop escaped uninjured. Hence we find safety attributed to the knowledge of the Lord. Verse 1. Edmund Spenser, 1552-1599. Day has its perils as well as night, arrows more deadly than those poisoned by the Indian are flying noiselessly through the air, and we shall be their victims unless we find both shield and buckler in our God. In vv. From "A Book of Golden Deeds, "1864. When once it is on the saint's head it can never fall, or be snatched off; it is a feast, but such a one that hath a sitting down to it but no rising up from it. Verse 2. As God would have it, the guide whom the people had sent with him to prevent his going out of the right way mistook, and led him into a bypath, yet brought him at last to his journey's end. I felt secure, refreshed, girt with immortality. Remember that the voice which saith "thou shalt not fear" is that of God himself, who hereby pledges his word for the safety of those who abide under his shadow, nay, not for their safety only, but for their serenity. It shall not come nigh thee. So the Lord speaks to his afflicted children. Do not you think that the attending upon a sick man, a man that hath a plague sore running upon him, is a work that lies much beneath angels? This promise concerning length of life contains a gift of God by no means to be despised. Horne, in his notes on the Psalms, refers to the plague in Marseilles and the devotion of its bishop. 10 No disaster can overtake you, no … You are my God; in you I trust.” He will keep you safe from all hidden dangers and from all deadly diseases. By stones are meant all difficulties, objections, perils, both to the outward and inward man, as Christ is said to take care of hairs and sparrows, that is, of every thing even to a hair. Numbers Konkani Kannada Konkani Roman Konkani Devanagari 0: ಶೂನ್ಯ್: Xuny: शून्य 1: ಏಕ್: êk: एक 2: ದೋನ್: dôn: दोन 3 Let us go forth to battle thus harnessed for the war, and we shall be safe in the thickest of the fight. His wisdom is to fly into the refuge of the secret place of his Godto rest in the shadow of the Almighty. "He hath known my name" and made it known; God honouring him; "I will set him on high"high in honour, in happiness, in glory. There is, first, love in God without their love, then love for their love. To trust in man is natural to fallen nature, to trust in God should be as natural to regenerated nature. How angels thus keep us we cannot tell. I. B. Folengius. Ever consider this, Am I in my way? ; like hamlets of olden time clustered beneath castle walls. 2. Verse 2. They are too strong for him. Famine may starve, or bloody war devour, earthquake may overturn and tempest may smite, but amid all, the man who has sought the mercy seat and is sheltered beneath the wings which overshadow it, shall abide in perfect peace. As if it were not enough to call the Lord his refuge and fortress, he adds, My God! But perhaps whilst you are careful in attacking these, some annoyance vexes you; and lo! Mary B. M. Duncan. With long life will I satisfy him. Professors all around him are plague smitten, the church is wasted, the very life of religion decays, but in the same place and time, in fellowship with God, the believer renews his youth, and his soul knows no sickness. Then also God said to him (Ge 15:1), Fear not Abram. Truly the just man, who not only desires not to take to himself the glory due to God, but not even to receive what is presented by another: if yet he is a just man, that justly executes what is just, who performs not his righteousness before men, who, lastly, although he is just, lifts not up his head. And shew him my salvation. (b) Comfort in trouble: "I will be with him." Psalm 1 must be viewed in relation to the entire Book of Psalms. Amos replies, "Shall there be evil in a city, and the Lord hath not done it?" When the child is in perfect health she can leave it in the hands of the nurse; but when it is sick she will attend it herself; she will say to the nurse, "You may attend a while to some other business, I will watch over the child myself." The psalmist in these verses assures the man who dwells in God that he shall be secure. As good may be locally near us, and yet virtually far from us, so may evil. I answer first, there is a faith of persuasion, called faith, whereby men are persuaded and verily believe that they shall not die, nor fall by the hand of the plague. It is a citation from Ps 91:11-12, which there runs thus, He shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. You may expect the Lord's protection and the angels' attendance, if you be in your way, but not else. Tradition still shows a cavern near Eyam, where this worthy pastor used to preach to such of his parishioners as had not caught the distemper, Although the village was almost depopulated, his exertions prevented the spread of the plague to other districts, and he himself survived unharmed. But when God has satisfied his servant with length of days, and time for him is over, eternity begun, he will "shew him his salvation." - Introduction page prior to all the books in the bible. Fear by night, nor shaft by day.". Consider this also, whether perchance we are able to meet these four temptations with four virtues. Verse 10. Which when the people understood, as also the adversaries' disappointment, they adored the providence of God, and gave him thanks for that great deliverance. But each knows his own capability in this way. Pestilence, panic, and peace; (for times of widespread disease). Duncan. 11CÄci El va porunci Ã®ngerilor SÄi sÄ te pÄzeascÄ Ã®n toate cÄile tale; 12Åi ei te vor duce pe mÃ®ni, ca nu cumva sÄ-Å£i loveÅti piciorul de vreo piatrÄ. Ralph Robinson. The Hebrew root signifies to destroy, to cut off, and hence may the plague or pestilence have its name. It is "an inheritance, "and that an "incorruptible one, that fadeth not away; "it is "a crown of glory, "and that a weighty one, yea, "an exceeding great and eternal weight of glory." In this way he establishes for himself in God by that full trust, a home, a dwelling place, a mansion, ...The Hebrew for he that dwelleth, is bvy, that is, dwelling in quietude, and resting, enduring and remaining with constancy. (Instit. What a melancholy spectacle have we on all sides', we go into the streets full of dead bodies, half rotten through, which we pass to come to a dying body, to excite him to an act of contrition, and to give him absolution. Could the Latin or any modern language express thoroughly all the beauties and elegancies as well of the words as of the sentences, it would not be difficult to persuade the reader that we have no poem, either in Greek or Latin, comparable to this Hebrew ode. As mentioned by Father Michel Rodrigue of Canada, the Lord desires His people to pray Psalm 91 during the time they are being lead by their guardian angels to the refuges. So back into the town of deadly sickness he went, leading the people to repent, and watching over them in their suffering, visiting the hospitals, and, by his own example, encouraging his clergy in carrying spiritual consolation to the dying. They owned that to stand by them was the higher course. Verses 3-7. "He dwells in the secret place", therefore he shall "abide under the shadow." And all for love and nothing for reward. Verse 5. They shall keep us in all our ways. The Spaniards have a proverb when they would signify eminent favour and friendship, `they carry him upon the palms of their hands, 'that is, they exceedingly love him, and diligently keep him. and then how can that perish that is committed to keepers so mighty and faithful? Not only do the pious stand safe, they are not even touched with fear. "For this no ill thy cause shall daunt,
And it is the knowledge of this tower that sets a man a running to it. Family after family summoned me to the bedside of the smitten, and almost every day I was called to visit the grave. 2. At other times God will leave them in the hands of angels: "I will give them charge over them, to keep them in all their ways; they bear them up lest at any time they dash their feet against a stone." The Ministry of Angels as employed by God. (a) Continually, day and night. Those who commune with God are safe with Him, no evil can reach them, for the outstretched wings of his power and love cover them from all harm. Which constitute their age. Fifth. I will be with him trouble. He will hold it to him if it be but seeking for stedfastness. Psalm 91; Romans 8:28 - "We Are Hungry" I remember a week ago thinking there was no way I could ever get through this week. I received from Solyman, the emperor, this message; that the emperor wondered what I meant, in desiring to remove my habitation; is not the pestilence God's arrow, which will always hit his mark? I confess indeed, through the free grace and mercy of God, the belly of destruction was made a chamber of preservation to him, but he was out of his way; and instead of an angel to keep him that he dash not his foot, his whole body was thrown overboard. A wonderful expression! He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High. But this is done at sea. To whom these promises belong; who is the he and the him to whom these promises are made. 15CÃ®nd MÄ va chema, Ã®i voi rÄspunde; voi fi cu el Ã®n strÃ®mtorare, Ã®l voi izbÄvi Åi -l voi proslÄvi. He does not say, Because he is without sin, because he has perfectly kept all my precepts, because he has merit and is worthy to be delivered and guarded. - Easy to use pull up drawer to select any book, chapter and verse. No man can have two homestwo places of constant resort. I will answer him. In the cool, the favour, the cover from the heat. Nothing is more alarming than the assassin's plot, for he may at any moment steal in upon a man, and lay him low at a stroke; and such is the plague in the days of its power, none can promise themselves freedom from it for an hour in any place in the infected city; it enters a house men know not how, and its very breath is mortal; yet those choice souls who dwell in God shall live above fear in the most plague stricken placesthey shall not be afraid of the "plagues which in the darkness walk." Emmanuel God with us. (Agnoscunt omnes miram Dei providentiam, cui ut liberatori gratias merito egerunt. Comfort, ease, present advantage, money, health, nay, our very selves, go freely for the sake of our cherished wish. Abiding denotes a constant and continuous dwelling of the just in the assistance and protection of God. The arrow. Here have been many cruel plagues, but none was ever more cruel: to be sick and dead was almost the same thing. Let us but watch providence, and we shall find ourselves living in a school where examples of the ultimate reward of sin are very plentiful. Verse 7. Features: - Easy to use full screen bible verse reading. Now, then, my brethrenLOOK! He hath known my name. Verse 14. 4 He will g cover you with his pinions, This is the only cause of all my promises, this the sole reason of my expectation. All these blessings are derived from and rest on (Ps 91:1) the position of Him that claims them "under the covert of the Most High." Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. So that to "know his name" is to know himself, as revealed in the Gospel. It is here put for any large number. By danger. And hence the Israelites were miraculously defended against both during their passage through the wilderness by the pillar of a cloud in the daytime, to ward off the solar rays; and by the pillar of fire by night, to dissipate the collecting vapours, and preserve the atmosphere clear, dry, and healthy. He shall call upon me, and I will answer him. The furnace tries the gold, and the temptation of trouble just men. Verse 6. One angel you know destroyed a hundred and fourscore thousand of the host of Assyria in a night; as one constable will scare away twenty thieves, so one good angel invested with God's authority is able to drive away a thousand evil angels, devils: they are an exceeding strong and potent people. . To the same purpose is the expression of Isaiah: "When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee; when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee." You know what Joab said to David; "Thou art for wisdom as an angel of God." He shall cover thee with his feathers, etc. "I will be with him in trouble." David Dickson. It was most meet that he should say "in him will I trust", since to deny faith to such a one were wilful wickedness and wanton insult. This holy feeling is experienced in the breast of the man to whom the Lord can say, He hath set his love upon me. Lord Craven lived in London when that sad calamity, the plague, raged. What act of faith is it? The ignorance of that negro has just now preached to me a very useful sermon. From this text I would introduce to your notice the most desirable character under the sun; and I would exhibit him before you to excite each one to seek, until you obtain the same blessedness. It is our own carelessness. As God would have it, I was returning mournfully home from a funeral, when my curiosity led me to read a paper which was wafered up in a shoemaker's window in the Dover Road. The providence which moved the tradesman to place those verses in his window I gratefully acknowledge, and in the remembrance of its marvellous power I adore the Lord my God. The first principle of the life of God the fallen soul of man is knowledge; spiritual, divine knowledge. In a measure this also is true of physical evil; the Lord still puts a difference between Israel and Egypt in the day of his plagues. Copyright © 2001 by Phillip R. Johnson. They are the fittest people in the world for this employment, fittest in regard of themselves, fittest in regard of the saints. Verse 8. We have trusted in God, let us trust him still. "Lest I, "said he, "should be exalted above measure through abundance of revelations, there was given me a thorn in the flesh, the messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I should be exalted above measure." The man described in this Psalm fills out the measure of his days, and whether he dies young or old he is quite satisfied with life, and is content to leave it. Bernard. ; "the Lord shall bruise Satan, "etc. 2. Lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. I am in my calling this day without prayer in the morning and reading the Scriptures; but am I in my way? Not that we are always actually delivered out of every particular danger or grievance, but because all will turn (such is our confidence in God) to our greater good; and the more we suffer the greater shall our reward and our glory be. The Righteous man's Habitation in the Time of the Plague and Pestilence; being a brief Exposition of the Ninety-first Psalm: (In the Works of William Bridge (1600-1670) Tegg's Edition, Volume one pg. After the closure of ‘Novem Goem’ in 1970, Kelekar started ‘Goencho Mog’, a weekly in Roman Konkani. Verse 5. Faith is endangered by security, but secure in the midst of danger, as Esther's was when she said, "If I perish I perish." Joseph Scaliger explains, in Epis. "He dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High, therefore he shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty; "i.e., of the all powerful God, of the God of heaven; of that God whose name is Shaddai, All sufficient. Verse 10. G. R. Verse 12. But how may we do this thing, and what is the way to do it? So also Hab 3:17-18, "Although the fig tree shall not blossom, "&c.; and Job 5:19-20, etc. I became weary in body and sick at heart. 1. "I will be with him in trouble." But when they are in trouble, I will say to the angels, "Stand aside, I will take care of them myself." In the love of a divinely illuminated believer there is (1) the sweet property of gratitude. Verse 15. It is not we who cling to him. Double armour has he who relies upon the Lord. Psalms 91. Thomas Watson. Robert Horn. 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