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Psalm 131
131:1 A song of ascents, by David. O Lord, my heart is not proud, nor do I have a haughty look. I do not have great aspirations, or concern myself with things that are beyond me. 131:2 Indeed I am composed and quiet, like a young child carried by its mother; I am content like the young child I carry. 131:3 O Israel, hope in the Lord now and forevermore!
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 · David a son of Jesse of Judah; king of Israel,son of Jesse of Judah; king of Israel
 · Israel a citizen of Israel.,a member of the nation of Israel


Topik/Tema Kamus: Psalms | PSALMS, BOOK OF | Hallel | Prayer | David | Wicked | Humility | Presumption | WEAN | EXERCISE | EYE | LOFTILY; LOFTINESS; LOFTY | Children | selebihnya
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Wesley: Psa 131:2 - Surely When my mind was provoked.

When my mind was provoked.

Wesley: Psa 131:2 - Weaned Wholly depending upon God's providence, as the poor helpless infant, relies upon its mother for support.

Wholly depending upon God's providence, as the poor helpless infant, relies upon its mother for support.

JFB: Psa 131:1 - -- This Psalm, while expressive of David's pious feelings on assuming the royal office, teaches the humble, submissive temper of a true child of God. (Ps...

This Psalm, while expressive of David's pious feelings on assuming the royal office, teaches the humble, submissive temper of a true child of God. (Psa 131:1-3)

JFB: Psa 131:1 - eyes lofty A sign of pride (Psa 18:27).

A sign of pride (Psa 18:27).

JFB: Psa 131:1 - exercise myself Literally, "walk in," or "meddle with."

Literally, "walk in," or "meddle with."

JFB: Psa 131:2 - Surely, &c. The form is that of an oath or strongest assertion. Submission is denoted by the figure of a weaned child. As the child weaned by his mother from the ...

The form is that of an oath or strongest assertion. Submission is denoted by the figure of a weaned child. As the child weaned by his mother from the breast, so I still the motions of pride in me (Mat 18:3-4; Isa 11:8; Isa 28:9). Hebrew children were often not weaned till three years old.

JFB: Psa 131:2 - soul May be taken for desire, which gives a more definite sense, though one included in the idea conveyed by the usual meaning, myself.

May be taken for desire, which gives a more definite sense, though one included in the idea conveyed by the usual meaning, myself.

Clarke: Psa 131:1 - Lord, my heart is not haughty Lord, my heart is not haughty - The principle of pride has no place in my heart; and consequently the high, lofty, and supercilious look does not ap...

Lord, my heart is not haughty - The principle of pride has no place in my heart; and consequently the high, lofty, and supercilious look does not appear in my eyes. I neither look up, with desire to obtain, to the state of others, nor look down with contempt to the meanness or poverty of those below me. And the whole of my conduct proves this; for I have not exercised myself - walked, in high matters, nor associated myself with the higher ranks of the community, nor in great matters, נפלאות niphlaoth , wonderful or sublime things; too high for me, ממני mimmeni , alien from me, and that do not belong to a person in my sphere and situation in life.

Clarke: Psa 131:2 - I have behaved and quieted myself, as a child I have behaved and quieted myself, as a child - On the contrary, I have been under the rod of others, and when chastised have not complained; and my...

I have behaved and quieted myself, as a child - On the contrary, I have been under the rod of others, and when chastised have not complained; and my silence under my affliction was the fullest proof that I neither murmured nor repined, but received all as coming from the hands of a just God

Clarke: Psa 131:2 - My soul is even as a weaned child My soul is even as a weaned child - I felt I must forego many conveniences and comforts which I once enjoyed; and these I gave up without repining o...

My soul is even as a weaned child - I felt I must forego many conveniences and comforts which I once enjoyed; and these I gave up without repining or demurring.

Clarke: Psa 131:3 - Let Israel hope in the Lord Let Israel hope in the Lord - Act all as I have done; trust in him who is the God of justice and compassion; and, after you have suffered awhile, he...

Let Israel hope in the Lord - Act all as I have done; trust in him who is the God of justice and compassion; and, after you have suffered awhile, he will make bare his arm and deliver you. Short as it is, this is a most instructive Psalm. He who acts as the psalmist did, is never likely to come to mischief, or do any to others

Calvin: Psa 131:1 - O Jehovah! My heart has not been elated 1.O Jehovah! My heart has not been elated David had been made head over God’s people, and in order to prove that he was their lawful prince, entitl...

1.O Jehovah! My heart has not been elated David had been made head over God’s people, and in order to prove that he was their lawful prince, entitled to the allegiance of the faithful, he is desirous to show that he had not been influenced, in anything which he had attempted, by ambition or pride, but had submitted himself with a quiet and humble spirit to the divine disposal. In this he teaches us a very useful lesson, and one by which we should be ruled in life — to be contented with the lot which God has marked out for us, to consider what he calls us to, and not to aim at fashioning our own lot, to be moderate in our desires, to avoid entering upon rash undertakings, and to confine ourselves cheerfully within our own sphere, instead of attempting great things. He denies that his heart had been lifted up, for this is the true cause of all unwarranted rashness and presumption in conduct. Is not pride what leads men, under the instigation of their passions, to dare such presumptuous flights, to hurry on recklessly in their course, and throw the whole world into confusion? Were this loftiness of spirit checked, the consequence would be, that all men would study moderation of conduct. His eyes were not lifted up; there were no symptoms of pride in his looks or gestures, as elsewhere (Psa 18:28) we find proud looks condemned. Something more than this, however, may be intended: That while he put a restraint upon the risings of ambition in his heart, he was careful that his eyes should not lend their assistance to the heart in any covetous aspirations after greatness. All the senses, in short, as well as his heart, were subjected to the restraints of humility. In denying that he walked in, or was conversant with, great things, he must be supposed to refer to the disposition or temper of his soul. For, to hold as he did the office of a Prophet, to be invested with regal dignity, nay, to sit upon the sacred throne of the only-begotten Son of God, not to speak of other distinctions with which he was honored above the generality of men, were great things. But the expression was applicable, in so far as he strictly confined himself to the one object of being serviceable to God and to the Church. Should any still be inclined to lay an undue stress upon the word which is here employed, I would observe that the words from or above me, at the close of the verse, are to be considered as connected with what David here says of great things, as well as of the things shut up, or hidden, so that we may read I have not walked in great things which are above me. The question, therefore, was not whether the lot of David was mean or exalted; it is enough that he was careful not to pass beyond the proper bounds of his calling. He did not think himself at liberty to move one step unless called to it by God.

His submission in such matters stands contrasted with the presumption of those who, without any call from God, hurry themselves into unwarrantable undertakings, and involve themselves in duties which properly belong to others. For so long as we have a clear call from God, things cannot be said to be shut up or hidden from us, or too great for us, provided we stand ready for all obedience; and, on the other hand, those who yield themselves up to the influence of ambition will soon lose themselves in a labyrinth of perplexity. We see how God confounds the proud and boasted enterprises of the children of this world. They run the full course of their wild career, they turn the earth upside down at their pleasure, and put forth their hand in every direction; they are filled with complacency at the thought of their own talents and industry, and, in a moment, when all their plans have been fully formed, they are entirely overthrown, because there is no solidity in them. There are two different forms which the presumption of those takes who will not submit to be humble followers of God, but must needs run before him. Some rush forward with a reckless precipitancy, and seem as if they would build to the skies; others do not so openly exhibit the inordinateness of their desires, are slower in their movements, and cautiously calculate upon the future, and yet their presumption appears no less from the very fact, that, with a total oversight of God, as if heaven and earth were subject to them, they pass their decree as to what shall be done by them some ten or twenty years hereafter. These build, as it were, in the deep sea. But never shall it come to the surface, however extended may be the term of their lives; while those who, like David, submit themselves to God, keeping in their own sphere, moderate in their desires, will enjoy a life of tranquillity and assurance.

Calvin: Psa 131:2 - If I have not set, 2.If I have not set, etc. He here employs a figure which appropriately explains what he meant, and likens himself to a weaned child; by which is inte...

2.If I have not set, etc. He here employs a figure which appropriately explains what he meant, and likens himself to a weaned child; by which is intended, that he dismissed all the anxieties which disquiet the man of ambition, and was willing to be satisfied with small things. This assertion, which some might be inclined to disbelieve, he makes with an oath, expressed in that particular form of which I have elsewhere taken notice, in which the imprecation is not directly brought forward, but left to be understood, to teach us caution in the use of God’s name. 124 As to the words, to set his soul like a child, is as if he had said, that he would frame it into such a likeness. And this with the view, as he declares, of composing himself to silence. For דוממתי domaintee, is formed from דום dum, and has the active sense of reducing to silence. The quiet of soul he alludes to is opposed to those tumultuous desires by which many cause disquietude to themselves, and are the means of throwing the world into agitation. The figure of childhood is elsewhere used in another sense, to convey reprehension. (Isa 28:9.)

“Whom shall I teach knowledge? them that are weaned from the milk? and drawn from the breasts?”

where the Prophet censures the people for their slowness of apprehension, and being as incapable of profiting by instruction as infants. In the passage now before us, what is recommended is that simplicity of which Christ spake,

“Unless ye become like this little child, ye shall in no wise enter into the kingdom of God.” 125 (Mat 18:3)

The vain desires with which men are carried away originate in their seeking to be wise and careful above what is necessary. David adds accordingly, my soul over me is quieted, not as expressing the language of self-confidence, but speaking as if his soul lay sweetly and peacefully on his bosom, undisturbed by inordinate desires. He contrasts the wayward and tumultuous agitation which prevails in those of a discontented spirit, with the peace which reigns in the man who abides in the calling of the Lord. From the verse with which the Psalm closes, we see the reason why David asserted his having undertaken nothing in the spirit of a carnal ambition. He calls upon Israel to hope in the Lord, words which must have been abrupt had it not deeply concerned the common safety of the Church, to know that he sat upon the throne of the kingdom by Divine appointment, in which case the faithful would be certain of the bestowment of the promised blessing. Our hope is of the right kind when we cherish humble and sober views of ourselves, and neither wish nor attempt anything without the leading and approbation of God.

TSK: Psa 131:1 - my heart // neither // exercise // high for me my heart : Num 12:3; Deu 17:20; 1Sa 16:13, 1Sa 16:18, 1Sa 16:22, 1Sa 17:15, 1Sa 17:28, 1Sa 17:29, 1Sa 18:23; Mat 11:29; Act 20:19; 1Th 2:6, 1Th 2:7, 1...

TSK: Psa 131:2 - quieted // myself // as a child quieted : Psa 42:5, Psa 42:11, Psa 43:5, Psa 62:1 *marg. 1Sa 24:10, 1Sa 25:32, 1Sa 25:33, 1Sa 30:6; 2Sa 15:25, 2Sa 15:26, 2Sa 16:11, 2Sa 16:12; Isa 30...

TSK: Psa 131:3 - Let Israel // from henceforth Let Israel : Psa 115:9-11, Psa 130:7, Psa 146:5; Jer 17:7, Jer 17:8 from henceforth : Heb. from now, Psa 115:18; Isa 26:4

Let Israel : Psa 115:9-11, Psa 130:7, Psa 146:5; Jer 17:7, Jer 17:8

from henceforth : Heb. from now, Psa 115:18; Isa 26:4

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Poole: Psa 131:2 - As a child that is weaned of his mother When my mind was provoked to irregular practices, either by my own corrupt heart, or by Saul’ s implacable rage and tyranny, or by the solicita...

When my mind was provoked to irregular practices, either by my own corrupt heart, or by Saul’ s implacable rage and tyranny, or by the solicitation of any of my followers, as 1Sa 24,1Sa 26 , I restrained and subdued all such evil motions.

As a child that is weaned of his mother either,

1. As void of all that ambition and malice wherewith I am charged as a child newly weaned; or rather,

2. As wholly depending upon God’ s providence for the way and. time of bringing me to the kingdom, as the poor helpless infant, when it is deprived of its natural and accustomed food, the mother’ s milk, takes no care to provide for itself, but wholly relies upon its mother’ s care and providence for its support.

Poole: Psa 131:3 - -- Let all Israelites learn by my example to commit themselves to God in well-doing, and to fix all their hope and trust upon him alone.

Let all Israelites learn by my example to commit themselves to God in well-doing, and to fix all their hope and trust upon him alone.

Haydock: Psa 131:1 - If A prayer for the fulfilling of the promise made to David. If. He expresses his vow in the form of an imprecation, without expressing the penalty, a...

A prayer for the fulfilling of the promise made to David.

If. He expresses his vow in the form of an imprecation, without expressing the penalty, as he submits to the rigour of God's justice, if he proves faithless. (Calmet) ---

He vows to take no rest, till he might, if it so pleased God, find a place to build a temple. (Worthington) ---

This he discovered; yet was not permitted to execute his pious designs. How does his fervour confound our neglect of salvation! (Haydock) ---

Self-love shuts the door of our heart against Christ. (St. Augustine)

Haydock: Psa 131:1 - David // Meekness // Blessed are the meek David. Jesus Christ, (St. Hilary, &c.) or the pious king David, when he intended to build the temple. Solomon adopts some of the verses at his dedi...

David. Jesus Christ, (St. Hilary, &c.) or the pious king David, when he intended to build the temple. Solomon adopts some of the verses at his dedication, (ver. 8., and 2 Paralipomenon vi. 41.; Haydock) and some have attributed the psalm to him, to the captives, or to some prophet in the time of the Machabees, though the prophets then, in fact, appeared no longer. (Berthier) See Psalm xliii., lxxiii., lxxvi., lxxxviii., and xcviii. ---

The Jews allow, that some verses regard the Messias, of whom the whole may be explained in a spiritual, (Calmet) or even in the second literal sense. (Berthier) ---

It is usual for David, Moses, &c., to speak of themselves in the third person. (Worthington) ---

Meekness. Hebrew also, "humility," (Calmet) or "affliction," (St. Jerome) as the prophet might have all this in view. David gave abundant proofs of his humility (2 Kings vii. 2, 13.; Berthier) and moderation, and was greatly afflicted all his life. (Haydock) ---

Blessed are the meek, Matthew v. Christ has set before us his own example.

Haydock: Psa 131:2 - Jacob Jacob. Probably after he had removed the ark to Sion. (Berthier) --- What is omitted in one place, is thus explained elsewhere. (Calmet) --- Dav...

Jacob. Probably after he had removed the ark to Sion. (Berthier) ---

What is omitted in one place, is thus explained elsewhere. (Calmet) ---

David had a most earnest desire to build the temple; and though the honour was reserved for his son, he prepared the materials. (Worthington) ---

He acknowledges that without God, he cannot perform his vow. (Berthier) ---

We have engaged to be the temples of God. (St. Augustine)

Gill: Psa 131:1 - Lord, my heart is not haughty // nor mine eyes lofty // neither do I exercise myself in great matters // or in things too high for me Lord, my heart is not haughty,.... The heart of every man is naturally so, and everything in civil life tends to make it more so; as riches and honour...

Lord, my heart is not haughty,.... The heart of every man is naturally so, and everything in civil life tends to make it more so; as riches and honour, birth and blood, wisdom, knowledge, and learning, strength and beauty, especially where there is a superiority of those to others; and in religious if persons have not the true grace of God, their hearts will be haughty; if they have a notion of the purity of human nature, and the goodness of their hearts, and are pure in their own eyes, and of the power of their free will to do this and the other, and of their perfection in good works, and are full of their own righteousness, and have some external gifts, and some degree of notional knowledge; but if the heart is made truly contrite under a sense of sin, and is melted with discoveries of pardoning love, it will be humble and not haughty: and those have such hearts who have seen the haughtiness of their hearts, and the exceeding sinfulness of sin; their impotency to that which is spiritually good; their imperfection in all they do; the excellency and suitableness of Christ's righteousness, and that all their salvation is of grace, and that grace is entirely free; and the more spiritual knowledge and experience they have, the more humble they are: and this was David's case, and what he here said was no doubt true, since he hated lying; and besides he speaks this in the presence of and to God the searcher of hearts; though he had been anointed by Samuel, and knew that he was to be successor in the kingdom, yet his heart was not elated with it;

nor mine eyes lofty; or "lifted up" l, they were lifted up to God in prayer often, out not above his fellow creatures; he behaved himself humbly as well as wisely in Saul's court, where he was raised to great dignity, which gained him the affections of the court, and of all Israel; but there are too many whose eyes are lofty, and their eyelids lifted up, who disdain to look upon those that are inferior to them, as the rich on the poor, the Pharisee on the publican; see Pro 30:13. This is the character of antichrist, that his look is more stout than his fellows, and is abominable in the sight of God, even a proud look as well as a proud heart, Pro 6:17. But this was not David's case; as he could not bear this in others he would not suffer it in himself, Psa 101:5;

neither do I exercise myself in great matters; or, "walk" m in them; these were not the subject of his employment and conversation; he did many great things, in killing the lion and the bear that came into his father's flock; in slaying Goliath with a sling and stone only; in leading out the armies of Israel, and slaying his ten thousands; and he exercised himself in the great things of the law, which he was careful to observe, and studied the great things of the Gospel, which he had the highest esteem of, and desired to understand; but he did not seek human greatness, or the great things of this world, for himself; he had no ambitious views, or was desirous of the kingdom he was anointed to, before the proper time; see 1Sa 18:18;

or in things too high for me: or "too wonderful" n; see Job 42:3. He contemplated the wonderful make and frame of his body, the texture, symmetry, and use of each of its parts; he observed the wonderful providences of God towards him ever since he had a being; and particularly he took notice of the wonderful love of God to him, and remembered and talked of, and declared, the wonderful works of grace and redemption; but not things above his capacity, out of his reach, and which are secret, or not clearly revealed: and such things we should be content to be ignorant of, or not to have adequate ideas of, or be capable of accounting for; as the being and perfections of God, particularly his immensity and eternity; the mode of subsisting of the Persons in the Godhead; the generation of the Son and procession of the Spirit; the incarnation of Christ, and the union of the two natures in him; present providences, unsearchable and past finding out; and future things, especially the times and seasons of them; see Psa 139:6.

Gill: Psa 131:2 - Surely I have behaved and quieted myself // as a child that is weaned of his mother // my soul is even as a weaned child Surely I have behaved and quieted myself,.... Or "my soul" o; behaved quietly and peaceably towards all men, even his inferiors in Saul's court and el...

Surely I have behaved and quieted myself,.... Or "my soul" o; behaved quietly and peaceably towards all men, even his inferiors in Saul's court and elsewhere, and had given no tokens of a restless, turbulent, and ambitious spirit; as well as behaved patiently under all his troubles and afflictions, reproaches and calumnies: or "if I have not" p, being in the form of an oath or imprecation, as Kimchi and Aben Ezra observe; if I have not thus behaved, let it come to me so and so, or let me be as a weaned child. Noldius renders it by way of interrogation, "have I not composed and quieted myself?" &c. The Targum is,

"if I have not put the hand to the mouth, and caused my soul to be silent, until it heard the words of the law;''

as a child that is weaned of his mother: and, for the further confirmation of it, it is added,

my soul is even as a weaned child; innocent and harmless, had no more ill designs against Saul than a weaned child; humble, meek, and lowly, and had no more aspiring and ambitious views than such an one; like that, weaned from the world, the riches, honours, pleasures, and profits of it; as well as from nature, from self, from his own righteousness, and from all dependence on it; and as a child that is weaned from the breast wholly depends on its nurse for sustenance, so did he wholly depend upon God, his providence, grace, and strength; and as to the kingdom, he had no more covetous desires after it than a weaned child has to the breast, and was very willing to wait the due time for the enjoyment of it. The Targum,

"as one weaned on the breasts of its mother, I am strengthened in the law.''

This is to be understood not of a child while weaning, when it is usually peevish, fretful, and froward; but when weaned, and is quiet and easy in its mother's arms without the breast.

Gill: Psa 131:3 - Let Israel hope in the Lord from henceforth and for ever. Let Israel hope in the Lord from henceforth and for ever. What he did himself, and found it good for him to do, that he knew was good for others, and ...

Let Israel hope in the Lord from henceforth and for ever. What he did himself, and found it good for him to do, that he knew was good for others, and therefore exhorts and encourages to it, to hope in the Lord and wait for his salvation; and which should be done constantly, and to the end of life, or till the thing hoped for is enjoyed; see Heb 3:6. Perhaps some respect is here had to the people of Israel, especially the friends of David, who were weary of Saul's government, and impatient to have David on the throne; whom he advises to wait patiently, and not take any indirect steps to bring it about, but leave it with God, and hope and trust in him; compare with this 1Sa 24:7; See Gill on Psa 130:7.

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NET Notes: Psa 131:1 Heb “I do not walk in great things, and in things too marvelous for me.”

NET Notes: Psa 131:2 Heb “like the weaned [one] upon me, my soul.”

Geneva Bible: Psa 131:1 "A Song of degrees of David." LORD, ( a ) my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty: neither do I exercise myself in great ( b ) matters, or in thi...

Geneva Bible: Psa 131:2 Surely I have behaved and quieted myself, as a child that is weaned of his mother: my soul [is] even as a ( c ) weaned child. ( c ) He was void of am...

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MHCC: Psa 131:1-3 - --The psalmist aimed at nothing high or great, but to be content in every condition God allotted. Humble saints cannot think so well of themselves as ot...

Matthew Henry: Psa 131:1-3 - -- Here are two things which will be comforts to us: - I. Consciousness of our integrity. This was David's rejoicing, that his heart could witness for...

Keil-Delitzsch: Psa 131:1-3 - -- This little song is inscribed לדוד because it is like an echo of the answer (2Sa 6:21.) with which David repelled the mocking observation of Mi...

Constable: Psa 107:1--150:6 - --V. Book 5: chs. 107--150 There are 44 psalms in this section of the Psalter. David composed 15 of these (108-110...

Constable: Psa 131:1-3 - --Psalm 131 In just a few words David spoke of his humble trust in the Lord and his hope in Him. These are...

Constable: Psa 131:1-2 - --1. A model of humility 131:1-2 131:1 David claimed that he had not been proud. Pride is essentially a belief that one does not need God but is self-su...

Constable: Psa 131:3 - --2. A model of hope 131:3 David called on the nation to follow his example and rest in confidence...

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Evidence: Psa 131:1 Beware of "intellectual Christianity." It is easy to become puffed up with a theology that forgets "the simplicity that is in Christ" ( 2Co 11:3 ). ...

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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...

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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 131 (Pendahuluan Pasal) THE ARGUMENT This Psalm seems to have been composed by David during Saul’ s persecution. when be was charged with boundless ambition, and a gre...

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 131 (Pendahuluan Pasal) The psalmist's humility. Believers encouraged to trust in God.

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 131 (Pendahuluan Pasal) This psalm is David's profession of humility, humbly made, with thankfulness to God for his grace, and not in vain-glory. It is probable enough tha...

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 131 (Pendahuluan Pasal) INTRODUCTION TO PSALM 131 A Song of degrees of David. This psalm was written by David in his younger days, before he came to the throne; while he w...

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