Almost as if it were a preamble, Psalm 103: 1-2 concentrates on the benefactor. This way, it assures the believer that whatever benefits which are to follow can be counted upon because of the divinity,
Why would anyone have to be reminded not to forget all of the Lord’s benefits? Could it be that we have become so accustomed to them that we take them for granted? Or, that we
We could very easily take all day to bless His holy nature. By nature, He is omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, omni-beneficent. By nature, He is gracious, loving and kind. By nature, He is real, righteous and
Denotes the estuary of the Dead Sea at the mouth of the Jordan “(Josh. 15:5; 18:19), also the southern extremity of the same sea” “(15:2). The same Hebrew word is rendered “tongue” in Isa. 11:15,” where it is used with reference to the forked mouths of the Nile. “Bay in Zech. 6:3, 7 denotes the colour of horses, but the “original Hebrew means strong, and is here used rather to” describe the horses as fleet or spirited.
“Named only in Ps. 37:35, Authorized Version. The Hebrew word so” “rendered is ereh, which simply means “native born”, i.e., a tree” “not transplanted, but growing on its native soil, and therefore” luxuriantly. If the psalmist intended by this word to denote any “particular tree, it may have been the evergreen bay laurel” “(Laurus nobilis), which is a native of Palestine. Instead of” “like a green bay tree in the Authorized Version, the Revised” “Version has, “like a green tree in its native soil.”
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