He, no matter who he may be, rich or poor, learned or unlearned, patrician or plebeian, young or old, for "God is no respecter of persons", but "he is rich to all that call upon him." See Ps 91:2: I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress; as if he had said, I will not only say, that he is a refuge; but he is my refuge, I will say to the Lord; that is, I will set my faith on work in particular, to throw, devolve, and pitch myself upon him for my safety. 1. Oh my soul, am I in my way? W. Mompesson was rector of Eyam in Derbyshire, in the time of the plague that nearly depopulated the town in the year 1666. I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.”. The secret dwelling place. No: "They shall bear thee up in their hands, "as every servant desires and loves to take up the young heir, or the young master into his arms, so the angels. Those who through rich grace obtain unusual and continuous communion with God, so as to abide in Christ and Christ in them, become possessors of rare and special benefits, which are missed by those who follow afar off, and grieve the Holy Spirit of God. 2 Dicet Domino : Susceptor meus es tu et refugium meum ; Deus meus, sperabo in eum.. 3 Quoniam ipse liberavit me de laqueo venantium, et a verbo aspero.. 4 Scapulis suis obumbrabit tibi, et sub pennis ejus sperabis.. 5 Scuto circumdabit te veritas ejus : non timebis a timore nocturno ; The first word in the verse is usually the emphasis of the verse, so the emphasis in Psalm 91 is “yashav” (to sit down). His angels. 6nici de ciuma, care umblÄ Ã®n Ã®ntunerec, nici de molima, care bÃ®ntuie ziua nameaza mare. Thomas Adams. They are fittest in regard of themselves, for First, they are an exceeding strong and potent people; who more fit to look to and care for the concerns of the saints and people of God, than those that are strong and potent? Verse 1. (1) He first knows my name as a sin hating, sin avenging God; and this knowledge was a means of leading him to a deep sense of his own personal corruption, guilt, and danger as a sinner. Smith's Remarks on the Turks, 1673. Had it been invented by an uninspired man it would have verged upon blasphemy, for who should dare to apply such words to the Infinite Jehovah? "In the Greek Septuagint version of the Bible, and in its Latin translation Vulgate, this psalm is Psalm 90 in a slightly different numbering system. No shelter can be imagined at all comparable to the protection of Jehovah's own shadow. Herbert also, speaking of Curroon, says, "That year his empire was so wounded with God's arrows of plague, pestilence, and famine, as this thousand years before was never so terrible." Why dost thou boast thyself, O smatterer? If such figures, the ornament of all language; such rhetorical, emphatic amplifications be allowed to human writers, and well enough understood in ordinary language; why not to holy writers as well, who had to do with men, as well as others; whose end also was to use such expressions as might affect and move? Verse 16. The expression is used (1) for "sea monsters, " (2) for serpents, (3) for wild beasts or birds characteristic of desolate places, and (4) it is used figuratively to represent the enemies of the Lord, and especially Pharaoh, as head and representative of the Egyptian power, and Nebuchadnezzar, the head and representative of the Chaldean monarchy. Every child of God has his enemies. For if an angel would keep even a Balaam from sinning, how much more careful are all those glorious powers to prevent the miscarriages of God's children! 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. But when they are in trouble, I will say to the angels, "Stand aside, I will take care of them myself." Verse 4. 1. Nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. I will be with him in trouble, or "I am with him in trouble." Verse 2. As they are an active and expeditious people, so they are a people very faithful both to God and man; in Ps 103:20-21 they are ready to do God's will, and not only ready to fulfil God's will, but they do it: "Bless the Lord all ye his angels that excel in strength (Ps 103:20), that do his commandments, hearkening unto the voice of his word. That which one carries on their hand they are sure to keep. Oh, my soul, am I in my way? It is not because of perfect love that God will deliver. That which we must oppose to all perils is the truth, or Word of God; so long as we keep that, and ward off darts and swords by that means, we shall not be overcome. Verse 5. Others are always young. With long life will I satisfy him. 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. Believers are not delivered or preserved in a way which lowers them, and makes them feel themselves degraded; far from it, the Lord's salvation bestows honour upon those it delivers. . That is, in an inaccessible, or lofty place, I will set him, which means, I will deliver him. There is a preservation from greater evils by less. Who shall turn away his face? "He shall deliver thee in six troubles." How an evil may be near but not nigh. Verses 11-12. 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. Verses 5-6. -. It is not the way of the believer to go out of his way. The Arabs denote the pestilence by an allusion to this flying weapon. Heirs of heaven are conscious of a special divine presence in times of severe trial. Albert Barnes. and from the deadly pestilence. Then a man is safe when he hath got this tower to be his tower, when he hath gotten God to be his God. Verse 14. Not without prayer will the blessing come to the most favoured, but by means of prayer they shall receive all good things. # sn Psalm 91. His truth shall be thy shield and buckler. It is observable that Scripture is the weapon that Satan doth desire to wield against Christ. 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. He who makes God his refuge shall find him a refuge; he who dwells in God shall find his dwelling protected. This is well; but I do not find in the 91st Psalm that this protection is entailed upon this persuasion, neither do I find this faith here mentioned. 1 Blessed is the man who does not walk. - Favorite verse selection by just double tapping the favorite verse. A twelvemonth in an hour! For it is upon record, and, as it were, delivered to them in writing in one Psalm, They keep all our bones, Ps 34:20; in this, they keep our very foot, putting it in security (Ps 91:12); and elsewhere our whole man and every member. Secondly, on my part, because of the special love and reverence with which I cling to Thee. 1. Pestilence may be from a word which signifies to spread, spoil, rush upon, for it doth so; 2Sa 24:15, seventy thousand slain in three days; and plague, a plhgh from plhssw, to smite, to wound, for it smites suddenly, and wounds mortally; hence it is in Nu 14:12, "I will smite them with the pestilence." (a) His honouring God. Simon de Muis. The Beriberi of Ceylon, the spasmodic cholera and jungle fever of India, and the greater part of the fevers of intertropical climates, especially that called the yellow fever, chiefly originate from the first of these"the pestilence that stalks in darkness"; while sunstrokes or coups de soleil, apoplexies, inflammations of the brain, and liver complaints of most kinds, proceed from the second, "the destruction that wasteth at noonday." Kelekar was instrumental in establishing ‘Novem Goem’, a fortnightly Konkani magazine post liberation in 1962. There is a full account of him in the Percy Anecdotes from which we cull the following:"M. de Belsunce, Bishop of Marseilles, so distinguished himself for his humanity during the plague which raged in that city in 1720, that the Regent of France offered him the richer and more honourable See of Laon, in Picardy; but he refused it, saying, he should be unwilling to leave a flock that had been endeared to him by their sufferings. Samuel Sletter, (1704) in "Morning Exercises.". Verse 4. William Greenhill. Verse 1. Verse 14. Psalm 91 is the 91st psalm of the Book of Psalms, generally known in English by its first verse in the King James Version: "He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. He shall cover thee with his feathers, etc. It is down in the marching orders of the hosts of heaven that they take special note of the people who dwell in God. Verse 6. Get into God and you dwell in all good, and ill is banished far away. (2) But more especially in his clipping and mutilating of it. By secret here is meant a place of refuge from the storms of the world under the secret of his providence, who careth for all his children. 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. If these things be so, then, friends, why should we not stoop to any work commanded, though it lie much beneath us? Drusius fetches it from the same root, but in piel, which is to decree; showing that the pestilence is a thing decreed in heaven, not casual. Thou shalt tread upon; thou shalt trample under feet. Thou shalt tread upon them, not accidentally, as a man treads upon an adder or a serpent in the way; but his meaning is, thou shalt intentionally tread upon them like a conqueror, thou shalt tread upon them to testify the dominion over them, so when the Lord Jesus gave that promise (Lu 10:19) to his disciples, that they should do great things, he saith, You shall tread upon serpents; that is, you shall have power to overcome whatsoever may annoy you: serpentine power is all hurtful power, whether literal or mystical. This is the promise of the present life. Unguarded souls a thousand ways,". 1. We ought to covet it right earnestly. My friends seemed falling one by one, and I felt or fancied that I was sickening like those around me. 1 As for you, the one who lives. The Ministry of Angels as employed by God. Ever consider this, Am I in my way? 2 I will say 1 to the Lord, “My c refuge and my d fortress, my God, in whom I e trust.” 3 For he will deliver you from f the snare of the fowler . From the Life of Paulus Fagius, in T. Fuller's Abel Redevivus. If God would visit me here with, how could I avoid it? 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. Psalm 91 1 Psalm 91 1 He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. They shall keep us in all our ways. II. It is but poor comfort to say `the Lord is a refuge, 'but to say he is my refuge, is the essence of consolation. What we have actually seen of the reward of the wicked. William Bridge. Pestilence, panic, and peace; (for times of widespread disease). The furnace tries the gold, and the temptation of trouble just men. Let us, when we are secure in the Lord, rejoice that our position is unassailable, for he is our fortress as well as our refuge. There is no doubt that the Egyptian cobra is the pethen of Scripture. Of men than beasts. It is to the will to love and serveit is to the setting the heart, that the promise is madeto the "full purpose of heart" that is set to cleave unto the Lord. Christ with us, in every step, all powerful to make all work for good, and with love and pity watching over our intereststhus his presence saves us, and all things are made his messengers to us. The Omnipotent Lord will shield all those who dwell with him, they shall remain under his care as guests under the protection of their host. (a) Answer to prayer: "he shall call, "etc. Lion, for overt wrath; dragon for covert lurking. This may be an overdrawn picture of the way in which some of us seek a cherished object. Perhaps we shall one day stand amazed at the multiplied services which the unseen bands have rendered to us. 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. Some of the activities were some major stressful things to deal with. 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 providence of God was with Daniel in the lions' den, shutting up the mouths of those furious beasts: and with the men in the fiery furnace, giving a prohibition to the fire that it should not burn, when they were in the jaws of danger, yea of death. For when we remember the blessing is a promised blessingwe are led to feel it is a gifta thing therefore to be prayed for in faith, as well as sought for by God's appointed means. So in Job 5:19-20. The evil is bounded"only, "(Ps 91:8). I will deliver him, and honour him. During the whole time of the calamity, he performed the functions of the physician, the legislator, and the minister of his afflicted parish; assisting the sick with his medicines, his advice, and his prayers. But whatever be the origin of the expressions, to "know His name, " to "trust in His name, "to "believe in His name, "it evidently in all these cases means whatever is revealed concerning Himall that by which he maketh himself known. Taking the word angel in its literal meaning, messenger, we may look upon any agency which God employs to strengthen, protect, and help us, as his angel to us. Now the Psalmist, as a summing up of all his praises, says "I will say of Him, He is... my God!" If the expectation of the just be gladness, and such gladness, that no object of desire in the world is worthy to be compared with it, what will the thing itself be which is expected? J. M. Good's "Historical Outline of the Book of Psalms", 1842. As good may be locally near us, and yet virtually far from us, so may evil. One from, another in, and a third by, dangers. Others, all spirit, heart, and sense, "I will be with him." In feelings, not in figures on a dial. The pestilence that walketh in darkness; the destruction that wasteth at noonday. 3. I will set him on high, because he hath known my name. Not to be afraid is in itself an unspeakable blessing, since for every suffering which we endure from real injury we are tormented by a thousand griefs which arise from fear only. (a) They are numerous: "the lion, adder, young lion, dragon." There is, to my mind, a very remarkable coincidence of expression between the verses of this Psalm, about the office of God's angels, and that passage in Isaiah where Christ's sympathy and presence receive the same charge attributed to them without interposition. The last, greatest, climax of blessing, including and concluding all! And though it is impossible to prove that this highly beautiful ode was not written by David, the general drift of its scenery and allusions rather concur in showing that, like the last, we are indebted for it to the muse of Moses: that it was composed by him during the journey through the wilderness, shortly after the plague of the fiery serpents; when the children of Israel, having returned to a better spirit, were again received into the favour of JEHOVAH. The church hath always been a lily among thorns, yet flourishes still. William Bridge. They for us fight, they watch and duly ward, All will be known. With long life will I satisfy him. Consider this also, whether perchance we are able to meet these four temptations with four virtues. 91:15 ತೊ ಮ್ಹಾಕಾ ಉಲೊ ಮಾರ್ತಾನಾ ಹಾಂವ್ ತಾಕಾ ಜಾಪ್ ದಿತಾಂ, ಆಕಾಂತಾಂತ್ ಹಾಂವ್ ತಾಚೆ ಲಾಗಿಂ ಆಸಾಂ, ತಾಕಾ ನಿವಾರ್ತಾಂ ಆನಿ ತಾಕಾ ಸನ್ಮಾನ್ ಕರ್ತಾಂ. There is a threefold preservation which the church and the members of it may look for from divine providence. John Bridge. Ill to him is no ill, but only good in a mysterious form. Well, what then were the angels with him for his protection; the very sea would not be quiet till he was thrown overboard: instead of angels to protect him, he had a whale to devour him. Whole nations are infected, yet the man who communes with God is not affected by the contagion; he holds the truth when falsehood is all the fashion. Verse 7. Charles A. Davis. Passing the night also denotes security and rest in time of darkness, temptations and calamities. O you that be in fear of any danger, leave all carnal shifts, and carking counsels, and projects, and dwell in the rock of God's power and providence, and be like the dove that nestles in the holes of the rock; by faith betake yourselves unto God, by faith dwell in that rock, and there nestle yourselves, make your nests of safety in the clefts of this rock. Creative Commons, attribution fredericknoronha2 at gmail.com +91-9822122436 Attribution mandatory. This is the accent which is set on the eulogies given to heaven in Scripture. In Psalm 1 the righteous are blessed by God, and in Psalm 150 the righteous bless God. Whole Psalm. For this virtue consists specially in humility. 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. From whence we learn, that God's children should not come to God's secret place as guests to an inn, but as inhabitants to their own dwellings; that is, they should continue to trust in God, as well in want as in fulness; and as much when they wither in their root, as when they flourish in it. The fallacy of Satan in this dealing with Scripture is obvious, and Christ might have given this answer, as Bernard hath it, That God promises to keep him in his ways, but not in self created dangers, for that was not his way, but his ruin; or if a way, it was Satan's way, but not his. 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." But what is said unto Christ? She hears the slightest moan; she flies to the cradle; she takes it in her arms; she kisses its lips, and drops a tear upon its face, and asks, "What can I do for thee, my child? By danger. Under the shadow of the Almighty. The soul has just and enlarged views of the salvation which he has obtained through the name of Jesus. Hitherto has his servant caught glimpses of the "great salvation." We sin too often, and should catch many more falls, if those holy guardians did not uphold us. David Dickson. 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. In how many inclinations to evil have they turned us, either by removing occasions, or by casting in secretly good motions! Since the greatest ills may arise out of little accidents, it shows the wisdom of the Lord that from the smaller evils we are protected. Verses 11-12. In this sense, before we call he will answer, and while we are get speaking he will hear, Isa 65:24. b. SURELY, or reasons for assured confidence in God's protection. 2. Not with destruction before him black as night, but with salvation bright as noonday smiling upon him he shall enter into his rest. The first principle of the life of God the fallen soul of man is knowledge; spiritual, divine knowledge. He shall give his angels charge over thee, etc. The meaning is, I will give him length of days as he desires, or until he is satisfied with life;implying (1) that it is natural to desire long life; (2) that long life is to be regarded as a blessing (comp. Thirdly, their manner of keeping us, as it is set down in the text, cannot but promise great assurance; for, is not the little child safe while the nurse carrieth it in her arms, or beareth it in her hands? God bless! The bird flies away to the thicket, and the fox hastens to its hole, every creature uses its refuge in the hour of danger, and even so in all peril or fear of peril let us flee unto Jehovah, the Eternal Protector of his own. Verse 8. J. M. Good. God our spiritual habitation. Earthly princes are subject to many changes and great unsurety of life and estate. "I will be with him in trouble." So terribly may the plague rage among men that the bills of mortality may become very heavy and continue to grow ten times heavier still, yet shall such as this Psalm speaks of survive the scythe of death. 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 4. (c) Deliverance from trouble: "I will deliver him." Thus he is with them as their physician and nurse, in pain and sickness; as their strength in weakness; as their guide in difficulty; their ease in pain; and as their life in death. 2. 3. Some hearts grow old before their time; 463-500. Henry Lawrence, in "A Treatise of our Communion and Warre with Angells, "1646. We read of a stag that roamed about in the greatest security, by reason of its having a label on its neck, "Touch me not, I belong to Caesar": thus the true servants of God are always safe, even among lions, bears, serpents, fire, water, thunder, and tempests; for all creatures know and reverence the shadow of God. No! (d) Greater honour after trouble: deliver "and honour him." . 3 Surely he will save you from the fowler’s snare and from the deadly pestilence. (Ps 49:12) Men are certainly beasts, wandering sheep, having no shepherd. 14,,FiindcÄ MÄ iubeÅte-zice Domnul-deaceea Ã®l voi izbÄvi; Ã®l voi ocroti, cÄci cunoaÅte Numele Meu. Christopher Wordsworth. So confident the Psalmist is that upon this course taken, safety shall follow. The Psalmist says, moreover, that God is his "fortress." 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