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Psalm 67
67:1 For the music director; to be accompanied by stringed instruments; a psalm, a song. May God show us his favor and bless us! May he smile on us! (Selah) 67:2 Then those living on earth will know what you are like; all nations will know how you deliver your people. 67:3 Let the nations thank you, O God! Let all the nations thank you! 67:4 Let foreigners rejoice and celebrate! For you execute justice among the nations, and govern the people living on earth. (Selah) 67:5 Let the nations thank you, O God! Let all the nations thank you! 67:6 The earth yields its crops. May God, our God, bless us! 67:7 May God bless us! Then all the ends of the earth will give him the honor he deserves.
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Wesley: Psa 67:2 - Thy way The way of truth, or the true religion; the same which in the next clause is called his saving health, and both together signify the way of salvation;...

The way of truth, or the true religion; the same which in the next clause is called his saving health, and both together signify the way of salvation; deal so graciously with thy people, that thereby the Gentile - world may at last be allured to join with them.

Wesley: Psa 67:4 - Judge Rule them.

Rule them.

Wesley: Psa 67:4 - Govern Heb. lead; gently, as a shepherd doth his sheep; and not rule them with rigour, as other lords had done.

Heb. lead; gently, as a shepherd doth his sheep; and not rule them with rigour, as other lords had done.

Wesley: Psa 67:6 - Them When the people of the earth shall be converted to God, God will cause it to yield them abundance of all sorts of fruits. Under which one blessing, al...

When the people of the earth shall be converted to God, God will cause it to yield them abundance of all sorts of fruits. Under which one blessing, all other blessings both temporal and spiritual are comprehended.

Wesley: Psa 67:6 - Our own He who is Israel's God in a peculiar manner.

He who is Israel's God in a peculiar manner.

JFB: Psa 67:1 - -- A prayer that, by God's blessing on His people, His salvation and praise may be extended over the earth. (Psa 67:1-7)

A prayer that, by God's blessing on His people, His salvation and praise may be extended over the earth. (Psa 67:1-7)

JFB: Psa 67:1 - cause his face to shine Show us favor (Num 6:24-25; Psa 31:16).

Show us favor (Num 6:24-25; Psa 31:16).

JFB: Psa 67:2 - thy way Of gracious dealing (Isa 55:8), as explained by--

Of gracious dealing (Isa 55:8), as explained by--

JFB: Psa 67:2 - saving health Or literally, "salvation."

Or literally, "salvation."

JFB: Psa 67:3-5 - -- Thanks will be rendered for the blessings of His wise and holy government (compare Isa 2:3-4; Isa 11:4).

Thanks will be rendered for the blessings of His wise and holy government (compare Isa 2:3-4; Isa 11:4).

JFB: Psa 67:6-7 - -- The blessings of a fruitful harvest are mentioned as types of greater and spiritual blessings, under which all nations shall fear and love God.

The blessings of a fruitful harvest are mentioned as types of greater and spiritual blessings, under which all nations shall fear and love God.

Clarke: Psa 67:1 - God be merciful unto us God be merciful unto us - Show the Jewish people thy mercy, bless them in their bodies and souls and give a full evidence of thy approbation. This i...

God be merciful unto us - Show the Jewish people thy mercy, bless them in their bodies and souls and give a full evidence of thy approbation. This is nearly the same form of blessing as that used Num 6:25 (note), where see the notes.

Clarke: Psa 67:2 - That thy way may be known That thy way may be known - That thy will, thy gracious designs towards the children of men, thy way of reconciling them to thyself, of justifying t...

That thy way may be known - That thy will, thy gracious designs towards the children of men, thy way of reconciling them to thyself, of justifying the ungodly, and sanctifying the unholy, may be known to all the nations upon the earth! God’ s way is God’ s religion; what he walks in before men; and in which men must walk before him. A man’ s religion is his way of worshipping God, and going to heaven. The whole Gospel is called this way, Act 19:9

Clarke: Psa 67:2 - Thy saving health Thy saving health - ישועתך yeshuathecha , "thy salvation."The great work which is performed in God’ s way, in destroying the power, pard...

Thy saving health - ישועתך yeshuathecha , "thy salvation."The great work which is performed in God’ s way, in destroying the power, pardoning the guilt, cleansing from the infection, of all sin; and filling the soul with holiness, with the mind that was in Christ. Let all nations - the whole Gentile world, know that way, and this salvation!

Clarke: Psa 67:3 - Let the people praise thee Let the people praise thee - When this is done, the people - the Gentiles, will praise thee; all will give thanks to God for his unspeakable gift.

Let the people praise thee - When this is done, the people - the Gentiles, will praise thee; all will give thanks to God for his unspeakable gift.

Clarke: Psa 67:4 - Glad and sing for joy Glad and sing for joy - They shall be made happy in thy salvation. Even their political state shall be greatly meliorated; for God will be acknowled...

Glad and sing for joy - They shall be made happy in thy salvation. Even their political state shall be greatly meliorated; for God will be acknowledged the supreme Judge; their laws shall be founded on his word; and the nations of the earth shall be governed according to judgment, justice, and equity

Clarke: Psa 67:4 - Selah Selah - This is true. There are innumerable facts to confirm it. All the nations who have received the Gospel of Christ have been benefited politica...

Selah - This is true. There are innumerable facts to confirm it. All the nations who have received the Gospel of Christ have been benefited politically, as well as spiritually, by it.

Clarke: Psa 67:5 - Let the people praise thee Let the people praise thee - Seeing the abundance of the blessings which the Gentiles were to receive, he calls again and again upon them to magnify...

Let the people praise thee - Seeing the abundance of the blessings which the Gentiles were to receive, he calls again and again upon them to magnify God for such mercies.

Clarke: Psa 67:6 - The earth yield her increase The earth yield her increase - As the ground was cursed for the sin of man, and the curse was to be removed by Jesus Christ, the fertility of the gr...

The earth yield her increase - As the ground was cursed for the sin of man, and the curse was to be removed by Jesus Christ, the fertility of the ground should be influenced by the preaching of the Gospel; for as the people’ s minds would become enlightened by the truth, they would, in consequence, become capable of making the most beneficial discoveries in arts and sciences, and there should be an especial blessing on the toil of the pious husbandman. Whenever true religion prevails, every thing partakes of its beneficent influence.

Clarke: Psa 67:7 - God shall bless us God shall bless us - He shall ever be speaking good to us, and ever showering down good things upon us The last clause of the sixth verse should be ...

God shall bless us - He shall ever be speaking good to us, and ever showering down good things upon us

The last clause of the sixth verse should be joined to the seventh, as it is in several of the Versions, and should be in all. Many of the fathers, and several commentators, have thought that there is a reference to the Holy Trinity in the triple repetition of the word God: "God, our God, shall bless us; God shall bless us;"thus paraphrased in the old Psalter: "Blis us God the Fader: and our God the sone: and blis us and multipli us God the Hali Gast; that swa drede him God, all the endis of erth; for he wil comme to deme rightwysly that unrightwysly was demed. He that kan drede him, he eesses noght to lufe him.

When or by whom this Psalm was written cannot be ascertained. It seems to be simply a prophecy concerning the calling of the Gentiles, the preaching of the apostles, and the diffusion and influence of Christianity in the world. It is a fine piece of devotion; and it would be nearly impossible to read or repeat it with a cold and unaffected heart

Calvin: Psa 67:1 - God be merciful unto us, and bless us 1.God be merciful unto us, and bless us The psalm contains a prediction of Christ’s kingdom, under which the whole world was to be adopted into a p...

1.God be merciful unto us, and bless us The psalm contains a prediction of Christ’s kingdom, under which the whole world was to be adopted into a privileged relationship with God; but the Psalmist begins by praying for the Divine blessing, particularly upon the Jews. They were the first-born, (Exo 4:22,) and the blessing was to terminate upon them first, and then go out to all the surrounding nations. I have used the imperative mood throughout the psalm, as other translators have done, although the future tense, which is that employed in the Hebrew, would suit sufficiently well, and the passage might be understood as encouraging the minds of the Lord’s people to trust in the continuance and increase of the Divine favor. The words, however, are generally construed in the form of a prayer, and I merely threw out this as a suggestion. Speaking, as the Psalmist does, of those who belonged to the Church of God, and not of those who were without, it is noticeable that yet he traces all the blessings they received to God’s free favor; and from this we may learn, that so long as we are here, we owe our happiness, our success, and prosperity, entirely to the same cause. This being the case, how shall any think to anticipate his goodness by merits of their own? The light of God’s countenance may refer either to the sense of his love shed abroad in our hearts, or to the actual manifestation of it without, as, on the other hand, his face may be said to be clouded, when he strikes terrors into our conscience on account of our sins, or withdraws the outward marks of his favor.

Calvin: Psa 67:2 - That they may know thy way upon the earth 2.That they may know thy way upon the earth Here we have a clear prophecy of that extension of the grace of God by which the Gentiles were united int...

2.That they may know thy way upon the earth Here we have a clear prophecy of that extension of the grace of God by which the Gentiles were united into one body with the posterity of Abraham. The Psalmist prays for some conspicuous proof of favor to be shown his chosen people, which might attract the Gentiles to seek participation in the same blessed hope. 4 By the way of God is meant his covenant, which is the source or spring of salvation, and by which he discovered himself in the character of a Father to his ancient people, and afterwards more clearly under the Gospel, when the Spirit of adoption was shed abroad in greater abundance. 5 Accordingly, we find Christ himself saying,

“This is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God,”
(Joh 17:3)

Calvin: Psa 67:3 - Let the people praise thee, O God! 3.Let the people praise thee, O God! Having spoken of all nations participating in the saving knowledge of God, he next tells us that they would proc...

3.Let the people praise thee, O God! Having spoken of all nations participating in the saving knowledge of God, he next tells us that they would proclaim his goodness, and exhorts them to the exercise of gratitude. The repetition used clearly shows of itself that he alludes to an event of a new and unprecedented kind. Had the allusion been to some such manifestation of his favor as he ordinarily made to the Jews, we would not have looked for the same vehemency of expression. First he says, Let the people praise thee; then he adds, Let all the people praise thee Afterwards he repeats the exclamation once more. But he appropriately makes mention, between, of rejoicing, and the occasion there was for it, since it is impossible that we can praise God aright, unless our minds be tranquil and cheerful — unless, as persons reconciled to God, we are animated with the hope of salvation, and “the peace of God, which passeth all understanding,” reign in our hearts, (Phi 4:7.) The cause assigned for joy plainly in itself points to the event of the calling of the Gentiles. The reference is not to that government of God which is general in its nature, but to that special and spiritual jurisdiction which he exercises over the Church, in which he cannot properly be said to govern any but such as he has gathered under his sway by the doctrine of his law. The word righteousness is inserted in commendation of his government. Language almost identical is used by Isaiah and Micah when they speak of the times in which the word of salvation would be diffused throughout all the earth, (Isa 11:4; Mic 4:3.)

Calvin: Psa 67:6 - The earth has given its increase 6.The earth has given its increase Mention having been made of the principal act of the Divine favor, notice is next taken of the temporal blessings ...

6.The earth has given its increase Mention having been made of the principal act of the Divine favor, notice is next taken of the temporal blessings which he confers upon his children, that they may have everything necessary to complete their happiness. And here it is to be remembered, that every benefit which God bestowed upon his ancient people was, as it were, a light held out before the eyes of the world, to attract the attention of the nations to him. From this the Psalmist argues, that should God liberally supply the wants of his people, the consequence would be, to increase the fear of his name, since all ends of the earth would, by what they saw of his fatherly regard to his own, submit themselves with greater cheerfulness to his government.

TSK: Psa 67:1 - God // bless us // cause // upon us God : Num 6:24-27; Deu 21:8; 2Co 13:14 bless us : Psa 28:9; Eph 1:3 cause : Psa 4:6, Psa 31:16, Psa 80:1-3, Psa 80:7, Psa 80:19, Psa 119:135; 2Co 4:6 ...

God : Num 6:24-27; Deu 21:8; 2Co 13:14

bless us : Psa 28:9; Eph 1:3

cause : Psa 4:6, Psa 31:16, Psa 80:1-3, Psa 80:7, Psa 80:19, Psa 119:135; 2Co 4:6

upon us : Heb. with us

TSK: Psa 67:2 - That // thy way // saving That : Psa 98:2, Psa 98:3; Est 8:15-17; Zec 8:20-23; Act 9:31 thy way : Act 13:10, Act 18:25, Act 22:4 saving : Psa 43:5, Psa 66:1-4, Psa 117:2; Isa 4...

TSK: Psa 67:3 - -- Psa 67:5, Psa 45:17, Psa 74:21, Psa 119:175, Psa 142:7; Isa 38:18, Isa 38:19

TSK: Psa 67:4 - O let // for thou // govern O let : Psa 97:1, Psa 138:4, Psa 138:5; Deu 32:43; Isa 24:14-16, Isa 42:10-12, Isa 54:1; Rom 15:10, Rom 15:11; Gal 4:27 for thou : Psa 9:8, Psa 96:10-...

TSK: Psa 67:5 - -- Psa 67:3; Mat 6:9, Mat 6:10

TSK: Psa 67:6 - Then // our own Then : Psa 85:9-12; Lev 26:4; Isa 1:19, Isa 30:23, Isa 30:24; Eze 34:26, Eze 34:27; Hos 2:21, Hos 2:22; 1Co 3:6-9 our own : Psa 48:14; Gen 17:7; Exo 3...

TSK: Psa 67:7 - God // all the // fear God : Psa 29:11, Psa 72:17; Gen 12:2, Gen 12:3; Act 2:28; Gal 3:9, Gal 3:14 all the : Psa 22:27, Psa 65:5, Psa 98:3; Isa 43:6, Isa 45:22, Isa 52:10; M...

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Poole: Psa 67:2 - -- Nor do we desire this mercy only for our comfort, but also for the advancement of thy glory, and the propagation of the true religion among all nati...

Nor do we desire this mercy only for our comfort, but also for the advancement of thy glory, and the propagation of the true religion among all nations, who by the contemplation of thy gracious and wonderful works to and for us will be induced to love and serve thee, and to list themselves among thy people. By God’ s way he understands, either,

1. That way wherein God walks; or the manner of his dealing with his people: How gracious and bountiful a Master thou art to all thy servants! Or rather,

2. That way wherein God requires men to walk, the way of God’ s precepts, the way of truth, or the true religion; as the way or ways of the Lord are frequently taken, Gen 17:19 Jud 2:22 Psa 18:21 Psa 119:1 Act 18:25,26 , &c.; the same which in the next clause is called his

saving health Heb. salvation ; and both together signify the way of salvation, which the psalmist desires may be known among all nations; which was expected by the ancient and godly Jews at the coming of the Messias, who is called the way , Joh 14:6 , and God’ s salvation, Luk 2:30 . And so the sense of the place is this, Deal so graciously with thy people Israel, that thereby the Gentile world may at last be allured to join themselves with them, and to embrace their religion and Messias; according to that famous prophecy, Zec 8:23 , In those days ten men out of all nations shall take hold of the skirt of a Jew, saying, We will go with you, for we have heard that God is with you .

Poole: Psa 67:3 - -- O hasten that time, when all the Gentiles shall forsake their dumb idols, and serve and praise thee the living God, as they will have abundant cause...

O hasten that time, when all the Gentiles shall forsake their dumb idols, and serve and praise thee the living God, as they will have abundant cause to do.

Poole: Psa 67:4 - Be glad and sing for joy // Shalt judge // Righteously // Govern Be glad and sing for joy for thy transcendent mercy to them, in rescuing them from the vanities and damnable errors of their fathers, and in bringing...

Be glad and sing for joy for thy transcendent mercy to them, in rescuing them from the vanities and damnable errors of their fathers, and in bringing them to the knowledge of the true God, and of eternal life.

Shalt judge i.e. rule and govern them, as it is explained in the next clause, and as this phrase is used.

Righteously which is the great commendation of any government, and the greatest argument and encouragement to the Gentiles to put themselves under it; the rather, because they had found the misery of living under the unrighteous and tyrannical government of the devil, and of their idolatrous and heathenish rulers.

Govern Heb. lead , to wit, gently, as a shepherd doth his sheep; and not rule them with rigour, as other lords had done.

Poole: Psa 67:6 - Our own God When the people of the earth shall be converted to the worship and service of the true God, God will take away his curse from the earth, and cause i...

When the people of the earth shall be converted to the worship and service of the true God, God will take away his curse from the earth, and cause it to yield them abundance of all sorts of fruits; under which one blessing promised under the law to them that obey God, all other blessings both temporal and spiritual are comprehended, as is very usual in the Old Testament.

Our own God he who is Israel’ s God in a peculiar manner, by that everlasting covenant which he hath made with us.

PBC: Psa 67:1 - -- The knowledge of the gospel of Jesus Christ is a blessing that let’s us know that God’s face is shining upon us. If you hear the gospel of Jesus C...

The knowledge of the gospel of Jesus Christ is a blessing that let’s us know that God’s face is shining upon us. If you hear the gospel of Jesus Christ and you believe that Jesus Christ was the savior of sinners and that He died on the cross for you then God’s face is shining upon you.

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Haydock: Psa 67:1 - -- The glorious establishment of the Church of the New Testament, prefigured by the benefits bestowed on the people of Israel.

The glorious establishment of the Church of the New Testament, prefigured by the benefits bestowed on the people of Israel.

Haydock: Psa 67:1 - Himself Himself. This is the most difficult of all the psalms, (Calmet) crux ingeniorum. (Muis) --- The prodigies wrought by God in favour of his people...

Himself. This is the most difficult of all the psalms, (Calmet) crux ingeniorum. (Muis) ---

The prodigies wrought by God in favour of his people, when they came out of Egypt, and conquered the land of Chanaan, are described by David in this triumphal canticle, which was sung when the ark was removed. (Houbigant) ---

He had also in view the greater prodigies, which should attend Jesus Christ, and the propagation of the gospel. The latter explanation is also literal, (Berthier) and is given by the Fathers, (Calmet) on the authority of St. Paul, ver. 19., and Ephesians iv. 8. (Haydock)

Haydock: Psa 67:2 - Arise Arise. These words were used when the Israelites decamped, (Numbers x. 35.; Calmet) and in the exorcisms to expel devils, who are here styled enemi...

Arise. These words were used when the Israelites decamped, (Numbers x. 35.; Calmet) and in the exorcisms to expel devils, who are here styled enemies. (St. Athanasius) ---

The Jews were confounded when Christ arose again. (St. Augustine) ---

The psalmist foretells the ruin of God's enemies, in the form of a prayer. (Worthington)

Haydock: Psa 67:4 - Feast Feast. This was done when the ark was removed, 1 Paralipomenon xv., and xvi. 3. (Calmet) --- But believers may now receive God himself. (St. Ambr...

Feast. This was done when the ark was removed, 1 Paralipomenon xv., and xvi. 3. (Calmet) ---

But believers may now receive God himself. (St. Ambrose) (Psalm xxxix.) (Berthier)

Haydock: Psa 67:5 - Who ascendeth upon the west // Baharaboth // Lord // The Word was with God Who ascendeth upon the west. Super occasum. St. Gregory understands it of Christ, who after his going down, like the sun, in the west, by the passi...

Who ascendeth upon the west. Super occasum. St. Gregory understands it of Christ, who after his going down, like the sun, in the west, by the passion and death, ascended more glorious, and carried all before him. St. Jerome renders it, who ascendeth, or cometh up, through the deserts; (Challoner) which some explain of the coming out of Egypt, others of the progress of the gospel, in a western direction. (Menochius) ---

Baharaboth, means also, "in the remotest heavens," (Montanus; Haydock) or, "in delights," or "darkness," and all these senses may have been in the prophet's mind, as they are all beautiful. (Berthier) ---

Resist not God's inspirations. He triumphs over death, and is Lord of all. (Worthington) ---

Lord. Hebrew, "in Yah is his name." (Haydock) ---

The Word was with God, John i. ---

But.... presence. These words seem to have been in the copy of the Septuagint, and shew the contrast between the just and their oppressors, at the presence of the ark, and of the Messias, (Berthier) before whom the latter must tremble.

Haydock: Psa 67:6 - The Father The Father, ( patris. ) Hebrew, pater, "the Father....God." He delights in these titles, (Haydock) and though he dwelleth on high, he looketh on th...

The Father, ( patris. ) Hebrew, pater, "the Father....God." He delights in these titles, (Haydock) and though he dwelleth on high, he looketh on the low, Psalm cxii. 5. (Menochius)

Haydock: Psa 67:7 - Of one manner // Yechidim // Bound // In strength Of one manner. That is, agreeing in faith, unanimous in love, and following the same manner of discipline. It is verified in the servants of God li...

Of one manner. That is, agreeing in faith, unanimous in love, and following the same manner of discipline. It is verified in the servants of God living together in his house, which is the Church, 1 Timothy iii. 15. (Challoner) ---

Hebrew may signify, "He maketh those who were alone (steriles) to dwell in a house," Psalm cxii. 9. He builds up their house, and grants them children. (Flaminius) (Exodus i. 21.) ---

The Israelites under Pharao, (Calmet) saw their male issue destroyed, (Haydock) but God enabled them to multiply exceedingly, Exodus i. 12. (Calmet) ---

Yechidim means "the solitary," (St. Jerome) and "the united," as the first Christians were. (Berthier) (Acts ii. 44.) (Haydock) ---

The Church preserves unity in faith, &c. (St. Cyprian, ep. 76.) (Worthington) ---

Bound. The power and mercy of God appears, in his bringing out of their captivity, those who were strongly bound in their sins; and in restoring to his grace those whose behaviour had been most provoking; and who by their evil habits were not only dead, but buried in their sepulchres. (Challoner) ---

God's grace moves even the rebellious and negligent will of man, so that it willingly embraces the right path. (Worthington) ---

In strength. Houbigant, "to walk freely." The Gentiles were, as it were, buried, before Christ delivered them, (Berthier) as he did those who were once incredulous in the days of Noe, (1 Peter iii. 20., and iv. 6.; St. Athanasius) and God rescued the Israelites from servitude, notwithstanding their repeated provocations, both before and after this mercy. Some translate, (Haydock) Hebrew, "He delivers those who were bound in chains; but the rebels ( Egyptians, or faithless Hebrews ) have remained in the desert." (Calmet) ---

Their bodies have there become a prey to beasts, and to corruption. (Haydock) ---

God permitted the rebellious Egyptians to pursue his people. (Menochius)

Gill: Psa 67:1 - God be merciful unto us, and bless us // and cause his face to shine upon us // Selah God be merciful unto us, and bless us,.... That is, God, of his unmerited mercy, of his rich grace and free favour, bless us with the coming of his So...

God be merciful unto us, and bless us,.... That is, God, of his unmerited mercy, of his rich grace and free favour, bless us with the coming of his Son, the promised seed, in whom all nations are to be blessed; and with the blessings of peace, pardon, and righteousness in him; all which with him spring from the tender mercy of God, the riches of his grace, and his great love; than which nothing could be more desirable to the Old Testament saints, who were shut up under the law, until faith came; and though children, they differed nothing from servants, being in a state and under a spirit of bondage: for the psalmist seems to represent the whole church under that dispensation: some understand the words as a prophecy, expressing the certainty of what would be; and, as the words may be rendered, "God will be merciful", or "gracious to us k, and he will bless us"; as he has promised to do;

and cause his face to shine upon us; that is, grant his gracious presence, and the discoveries of his love; that he would favour with communion with himself through Christ, and a greater knowledge of him in him; or that he would cause him, who is his face, his image, the brightness of his glory, to appear and shine forth; the great light, the sun of righteousness, and dayspring from on high, that was to arise and shine upon the people of God. The Targum is,

"and cause the splendour of his face to shine with us always;''

there seems to be some reference to the high priest's form of blessing in Num 6:24.

Selah; on this word; see Gill on Psa 3:2.

Gill: Psa 67:2 - That thy way may be known upon earth // thy saving health among all nations That thy way may be known upon earth,.... God's way and method of grace, in the salvation of sinners; the contrivance of it in Christ, the impetration...

That thy way may be known upon earth,.... God's way and method of grace, in the salvation of sinners; the contrivance of it in Christ, the impetration of it by him, and the application of it by his Spirit; and the way of sinners to him through Christ, the way, the truth, and the life, the new and living way to the Father; and the way of life and salvation, which is grace, and by Christ alone; and the Gospel which points out this way, and is itself called the way of God, Act 18:25; together with the ordinances of it, which are ways of pleasantness, and paths of peace; all this was made known by the apostles and first preachers of the Gospel; not only in the land of Judea, but throughout the whole earth;

thy saving health among all nations; or "thy salvation"; or "thy Jesus" l; whose name signifies a Saviour; and who is the only one, and an able and willing one, and is God's salvation, of his appointing, promising, and sending; salvation is by him, and by him only; he came to obtain it, and he is the author of it; health is also by him, he is the physician of souls, and his blood the balm that cures every disease; so that he is the Saviour, salvation, and saving health, to his people; this was unknown to the nations of the world until the Gospel came among them, until the grace of God bringing this salvation appeared unto them, and shone upon them, Tit 2:11.

Gill: Psa 67:3 - Let the people praise thee, O God // let all the people praise thee Let the people praise thee, O God,.... Let them have occasion to praise God, the people of the Jews, for the mission of Christ, and for the blessings ...

Let the people praise thee, O God,.... Let them have occasion to praise God, the people of the Jews, for the mission of Christ, and for the blessings of grace and peace with him;

let all the people praise thee; all the nations of the world, for making known the way of life and grace, and the saving health or salvation of God unto them: the word used signifies to "confess" m; and so the Targum,

"the people shall confess before thee, O God; all the people shall confess before thee;''

that is, shall confess their sins, being made sensible of them; and confess the true and living God, turning from their idols to serve him; and Christ to be the only Saviour and Redeemer, being now made known unto them, through the preaching of the Gospel.

Gill: Psa 67:4 - O let the nations be glad and sing for joy // for thou shalt judge the people righteously // and govern the nations upon earth // Selah O let the nations be glad and sing for joy,.... As they were glad, and did sing for joy, and glorified God, when Christ was made known, and the Gospel...

O let the nations be glad and sing for joy,.... As they were glad, and did sing for joy, and glorified God, when Christ was made known, and the Gospel was preached unto them, Act 8:5.

for thou shalt judge the people righteously; meaning not the people of the world at the last day, at the general judgment, which will be a righteous one; when God will judge the world in righteousness, according to the strict rules of justice and equity, by him whom he has ordained, Psa 96:1; but either the righteous judgment which will be executed on the enemies of Christ's church and people; particularly on antichrist, which will be matter of great joy, Rev 19:1; and Kimchi interprets it of the judgment of the nations which shall come with Gog and Magog; or else the judging and vindicating the Lord's own people, defending their cause, righting their wrongs, and suffering no weapon to prosper against them;

and govern the nations upon earth; or "lead them" n; not to punishment, as Kimchi, who interprets this clause as the other; but by his grace and Spirit, into the knowledge of his way, and saving health; or as a shepherd leads his flock into green pastures, and beside the still waters; or as a king leads and governs his people, as David guided the people of Israel, with the skilfulness of his hands; so Christ leads and governs his people, protects and defends them, holds them by his right hand, guides them with his counsel, and then receives them to glory; see Psa 23:2.

Selah; on this word; see Gill on Psa 3:2.

Gill: Psa 67:5 - Let the people praise thee, O God; let all the people praise thee. Let the people praise thee, O God; let all the people praise thee. See Gill on Psa 67:3. This is repeated from that preceding verse to show the earnes...

Let the people praise thee, O God; let all the people praise thee. See Gill on Psa 67:3. This is repeated from that preceding verse to show the earnest desire of the church that it might be so; or that there might be an occasion for it; the ardour of her mind, and fervency of her petitions, and how much she was solicitous for the praise and glory of God; or to declare the certainty of it, she most strongly believing that so it would be; as the Targum, "the people shall confess", &c. because of a new favour to be enjoyed, mentioned in Psa 67:6.

Gill: Psa 67:6 - Then shall the earth yield her increase // and God, even our own God, shall bless us Then shall the earth yield her increase,.... Not literally the land of Israel, as in some copies of the Targum, and as Kimchi interprets it; see Lev ...

Then shall the earth yield her increase,.... Not literally the land of Israel, as in some copies of the Targum, and as Kimchi interprets it; see Lev 26:3; but mystically and spiritually the church of God in the times of the Messiah, Eze 34:23; the word of God preached in the world is the seed sown in it; converts to Christ are the increase or fruit of it; and the church is God's husbandry, where it is yielded or brought forth; and this increase is of God, and is owing to the efficacy of his grace attending the ministration of the word, 1Co 3:6; it had its accomplishment in part in the first times of the Gospel, when it was preached by the apostles throughout the earth, and brought forth fruit everywhere, Col 1:5; and has been fulfilling more or less ever since, and will appear more abundantly in the latter day; a large increase and a plentiful harvest of souls shall be brought in, both Jews and Gentiles: or this may be understood of the fruitfulness of believers in Christ, who may be called "earth", because of their common original from the earth with the rest of mankind; because they are inhabitants of the earth; and because they have earthly as well as heavenly principles in them; but more especially because they are the good ground on whom the seed of the word falls and becomes fruitful; or are the earth which drinks in the rain of the Gospel, and of grace, and brings forth fruit meet for them, by whom it is dressed, and receives blessing of God, Mat 13:23; these yield the fruits of the Spirit, increase in grace, and abound in the exercise of it; bring forth fruits meet for repentance, being filled with the fruits of righteousness by Christ; for the increase and fruit yielded by them are owing to the grace of God, to their grafting into Christ the vine, and to the influence of the blessed Spirit. Some of the ancients understand this of the incarnation of Christ; see Psa 85:11; then "the earth" is the Virgin Mary, who was, as to her original, of the earth, earthly; of whose earthly substance Christ took flesh, and is called the fruit of her womb; yea, the fruit of the earth, Luk 1:42; for though he is the Lord from heaven, as to his divine nature, and came down from thence, not by change of place, but by assumption of nature; yet, as to his human nature, he was made of a woman, and is the seed of the woman, the promised seed, in whom all nations of the earth were to be blessed; and it here follows:

and God, even our own God, shall bless us; not as the God of nature and providence only; but as the God of grace, as a covenant God in Christ, in which sense he is peculiarly his people's own God, so as he is not others; and as such he blesses them with all spiritual blessings in Christ: or the repetition of the word "God", with the affix "our own", may denote the certainty of the divine blessing, the assurance had of it, and the great affection of the persons that express it: and some think, because the word is repeated three times in this verse and Psa 68:7, respect is had to the trinity of Persons in the Godhead; God the Father blesses his people in Christ with the blessings of justification, pardon, adoption, and eternal life: the Son, who is Immanuel, God with us, God in our nature, our own God, God manifest in the flesh; he blesses with the same blessings of grace, peace, and eternal happiness; he was raised up of God as man and Mediator, and sent to bless his people, Act 3:26.

Gill: Psa 67:7 - God shall bless us // and all the ends of the earth shall fear him God shall bless us,.... The Holy Spirit blesses with regenerating and renewing grace; with faith, comfort, joy and peace, by shedding abroad in the he...

God shall bless us,.... The Holy Spirit blesses with regenerating and renewing grace; with faith, comfort, joy and peace, by shedding abroad in the heart the love of the Father and the Son; by applying precious promises; by testifying adoption; by making meet for heaven and happiness, and working up for the selfsame thing eternal glory;

and all the ends of the earth shall fear him; the one God, Father, Son, and Spirit, the object of religious fear, internal and external; for this includes the exercise of that inward grace of filial fear, and the performance of all divine worship, public and private; and which in the latter day will be found among Jews and Gentiles, in all the inhabitants of the earth, even to the ends of it, Hos 3:5.

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NET Notes: Psa 67:1 Heb “may he cause his face to shine with us.”

NET Notes: Psa 67:2 Heb “to know in the earth your way, among all nations your deliverance.” The infinitive with -לְ (lamed) expresses purpose/res...

NET Notes: Psa 67:3 Heb “let the nations, all of them, thank you.” The prefixed verbal forms in vv. 3-4a are understood as jussives in this call to praise.

NET Notes: Psa 67:4 Heb “for you judge nations fairly, and [as for the] peoples in the earth, you lead them.” The imperfects are translated with the present t...

NET Notes: Psa 67:5 Heb “let the nations, all of them, thank you.” The prefixed verbal forms in v. 5 are understood as jussives in this call to praise.

NET Notes: Psa 67:7 Heb “will fear him.” After the jussive of the preceding line, the prefixed verbal form with prefixed vav (ו) conjunctive is understo...

Geneva Bible: Psa 67:1 "To the chief Musician on Neginoth, A Psalm [or] Song." God be merciful unto us, and bless us; [and] ( a ) cause his face to shine upon us; Selah. ( ...

Geneva Bible: Psa 67:2 That ( b ) thy way may be known upon earth, thy saving health among all nations. ( b ) That both Jews and Gentiles may know God's covenant made with ...

Geneva Bible: Psa 67:4 ( c ) O let the nations be glad and sing for joy: for thou shalt judge the people righteously, and govern the nations upon earth. Selah. ( c ) By the...

Geneva Bible: Psa 67:6 [Then] shall ( d ) the earth yield her increase; [and] God, [even] our own God, shall bless us. ( d ) He shows that where God favours there will be a...

Geneva Bible: Psa 67:7 God shall bless us; and all the ends of the earth ( e ) shall fear him. ( e ) When they feel his great benefits both spiritual and corporal toward th...

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MHCC: Psa 67:1-7 - --All our happiness comes from God's mercy; therefore the first thing prayed for is, God be merciful to us, to us sinners, and pardon our sins. Pardon i...

Matthew Henry: Psa 67:1-7 - -- The composition of this psalm is such as denotes the penman's affections to have been very warm and lively, by which spirit of devotion he was eleva...

Keil-Delitzsch: Psa 67:1-2 - -- The Psalm begins (Psa 67:1) with words of the priest's benediction in Num 6:24-26. By אתּנוּ the church desires for itself the unveiled presenc...

Keil-Delitzsch: Psa 67:3-4 - -- Now follows the prospect of the entrance of all peoples into the kingdom of God, who will then praise Him in common with Israel as their God also. H...

Keil-Delitzsch: Psa 67:5-7 - -- The joyous prospect of the conversion of heathen, expressed in the same words as in Psa 67:5, here receives as its foundation a joyous event of the ...

Constable: Psa 42:1--72:20 - --II. Book 2: chs. 42--72 In Book 1 we saw that all the psalms except 1, 2, 10, and 33 claimed David as their writ...

Constable: Psa 67:1-7 - --Psalm 67 This is another song that exhorts the nations to praise God that an unknown psalmist penned. It...

Constable: Psa 67:1 - --1. God's grace to His people 67:1-2 The psalmist began by repeating part of Israel's priestly bl...

Constable: Psa 67:2-6 - --2. God's praise from His people 67:3-7 67:3-4 God's people should praise Him because He rules justly. Because He does rule justly all nations should l...

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Evidence: Psa 67:1

Evidence: Psa 67:4 " It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the Providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implor...

Evidence: Psa 67:7 Read a challenging letter from an atheist. See Rom 9:2 footnote.

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JFB: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) The Hebrew title of this book is Tehilim ("praises" or "hymns"), for a leading feature in its contents is praise, though the word occurs in the title ...

JFB: Psalms (Garis Besar) ALEPH. (Psa 119:1-8). This celebrated Psalm has several peculiarities. It is divided into twenty-two parts or stanzas, denoted by the twenty-two let...

TSK: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) The Psalms have been the general song of the universal Church; and in their praise, all the Fathers have been unanimously eloquent. Men of all nation...

TSK: Psalms 67 (Pendahuluan Pasal) Overview Psa 67:1, A prayer for the enlargement of God’s kingdom; Psa 67:3, to the joy of the people; Psa 67:6, and the increase of God’s bles...

Poole: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) OF PSALMS THE ARGUMENT The divine authority of this Book of PSALMS is so certain and evident, that it was never questioned in the church; which b...

Poole: Psalms 67 (Pendahuluan Pasal) THE ARGUMENT This Psalm contains a prayer for the church of Israel, as also for the Gentile world, whose conversion he prophetically describes. Th...

MHCC: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) David was the penman of most of the psalms, but some evidently were composed by other writers, and the writers of some are doubtful. But all were writ...

MHCC: Psalms 67 (Pendahuluan Pasal) A prayer for the enlargement of Christ's kingdom.

Matthew Henry: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) An Exposition, with Practical Observations, of The Book of Psalms We have now before us one of the choicest and most excellent parts of all the Old Te...

Matthew Henry: Psalms 67 (Pendahuluan Pasal) This psalm relates to the church and is calculated for the public. Here is, I. A prayer for the prosperity of the church of Israel (Psa 67:1). II...

Constable: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) Introduction Title The title of this book in the Hebrew Bible is Tehillim, which means...

Constable: Psalms (Garis Besar) Outline I. Book 1: chs. 1-41 II. Book 2: chs. 42-72 III. Book 3: chs. 73...

Constable: Psalms Psalms Bibliography Allen, Ronald B. "Evidence from Psalm 89." In A Case for Premillennialism: A New Consensus,...

Haydock: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) THE BOOK OF PSALMS. INTRODUCTION. The Psalms are called by the Hebrew, Tehillim; that is, hymns of praise. The author, of a great part of ...

Gill: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) INTRODUCTION TO PSALMS The title of this book may be rendered "the Book of Praises", or "Hymns"; the psalm which our Lord sung at the passover is c...

Gill: Psalms 67 (Pendahuluan Pasal) INTRODUCTION TO PSALM 67 To the chief Musician on Neginoth, A Psalm or Song. According to the Septuagint, Vulgate Latin, Arabic, and Ethiopic versi...

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