Psalms 1391 David praises God for his all-seeing providence;17 and for his infinite mercies.19 He defies the wicked.23 He prays for sincerity. A.M. 2956. B.C. 1048. (Title.) A Psalm.This Psalm is supposed to have been composed by David when made king of Israel; though some think it was written by him when accused of traitorous designs against Saul. It is a most sublime ode on the wisdom, knowledge, presence, and justice of God: the sentiments are grand, the style highly elevated, and the images various, beautiful, and impressive. thou hast.23; 11:4,5; 17:3; 44:21; 1Ki 8:39; 1Ch 28:9; Jer 12:3; 17:9,10Joh 21:17; Heb 4:13; Re 2:18,23 knowest.56:8; Ge 16:13; 2Ki 6:12; 19:27; Pr 15:3; Isa 37:28; Zec 4:10understandest.94:11; Mt 9:4; Lu 9:47; Joh 2:24,25; 1Co 4:5afar off.Eze 38:10,11,17 compassest. or, winnowest.Job 13:26,27; 14:16,17; 31:4; Mt 3:12my path.18; 121:3-8; Ge 28:10-17; 2Sa 8:14; 11:2-5,27and art acquainted.2Sa 12:9-12; Pr 5:20,21; Ec 12:14; Isa 29:15; Jer 23:24Joh 6:70,71; 13:2,21; Ac 5:3,4 there is not.19:14; Job 8:2; 38:2; 42:3,6-8; Zep 1:12; Mal 3:13-16; Mt 12:35-37Jas 1:26; 3:2-10thou knowest.50:19-21; Jer 29:23; Heb 4:12,13 beset me.De 33:27; Job 23:8,9and laid.Ex 24:11; Re 1:17 knowledge.40:5; 13:1; Job 11:7-9; 26:14; 42:3; Pr 30:2-4; Ro 11:33 Jer 23:23,24; Jon 1:3,10; Ac 5:9 I ascend.Eze 28:12-17; Am 9:2-4; Ob 1:4in hell.Job 26:6; 34:21,22; Pr 15:11; Jon 2:2 If I take.Light has been proved, by many experiments, to travel at the astonishing rate of 194,188 miles in one second of time; and comes from the sun to the earth, a distance of 95,513,794 miles in 8 minutes and nearly 12 seconds! But, could I even fly upon the wings or rays of the morning light, which diffuses itself with such velocity over the globe from east to west, instead of being beyond Thy reach, or by this sudden transition be able to escape Thy notice, Thy arm could still at pleasure prevent or arrest my progress, and I should still be encircled with the immensity of Thy essence. The sentiment in this noble passage is remarkably striking and the description truly sublime. the wings.18:10; 19:6; Mal 4:2dwell.74:16,17; Isa 24:14-16 63:8; 73:23; 143:9,10; Isa 41:13 Surely.10:11-13; 94:7; Job 22:12-14; Isa 29:15; Jer 23:24even the night.Job 12:22 the darkness.Ex 14:20; 20:21; Job 26:6; 34:22; Da 2:22; Heb 4:13hideth not. Heb. darkeneth not. the darkness, etc. Heb. asis the darkness, so is the light. For thou.Job 10:9-12covered me.22:9,10; 71:6; Job 31:15; Isa 44:2; 46:3; Jer 1:5 for I am fearfully.Ge 1:26,27marvellous.92:4,5; 104:24; 111:2; Job 5:9; Re 15:3right well. Heb. greatly. substance. or, strength, or body. when I.13; Job 10:9-11; Ex 11:5in the lowest.63:9; Eph 4:9 in thy book.56:8; Mal 3:16; Re 20:12all my members. Heb. all of them. which in continuance werefashioned. or, what days they should be fashioned. precious.40:5; Pr 8:31; Isa 55:8,9; Jer 29:11; Eph 3:9,10how great.31:19; 36:7 they are more.40:12when I awake.3; 3:5; 16:8-11; 17:15; 63:6,7; Isa 26:19; Da 12:2; 1Th 5:10 Surely.5:6; 9:17; 55:23; 64:7; 94:23; Isa 11:4depart from.6:8; 119:115; Mt 7:23; 25:41; 2Co 6:17 for they speak.73:8,9; 74:18,22,23; Job 21:14,15; Isa 37:23,28,29; Jude 1:15Re 13:6thine.2:1-3; Ex 20:7 Do not I.15:4; 31:6; 2Ch 19:2; Re 2:2,6and am not.119:136,158; Jer 13:17; Mr 3:5; Lu 19:41; Ro 9:1-3 hate them.101:3-8; Lu 14:26 Search me.1; 26:2know.De 8:2,16; Job 31:6; Pr 17:3; Zec 13:9; Mal 3:2,3; 1Pe 1:7 And see.7:3,4; 17:3; Pr 28:26; Jer 17:9,10wicked way. Heb. way of pain, or grief.Heb 12:15,16and lead.5:8; 25:8,9; 119:1,32; 143:8,10the way.Mt 7:14; Joh 14:6; Col 2:6
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