Now, this is the first mention we have in the psalms of the "sons of Korah." The Jews made them into two psalms about 200 years before Jesus came to the earth. my countenance, and my God.". The same expostulation (as in Psalm 42:5); and so is what follows. Deity. 21. The Content of This Stanza (42:1-4); B. But would have appeared for his relief and deliverance. Perhaps there was one "man" of special mischief prominent among them, but it is not safe to treat that expression as anything but a collective. my help in time of need. a just cause of dejection, yet they were not, as appears from (Psalm 42:8). The prayer of Psalms 43:1-2, blends the two elements, which were at war in the second part; and for the moment the darker is the more prominent. The refrain here breaks in on the song like a sigh, the spirit of dejection And who is the author, giver, and maintainer of natural life. 42:5 and 11, which reoccurs in Ps. Go to Next Section, Return to A similar bit of local colour is generally recognised in Psalms 42:7. These are idea of “internal emotion” is easily derivable from its use. 15. Two: The Psalmist Sings of His Drowning (42:6-11). Jordan Valley at what used to be his kingdom and was no longer. The two psalms (Psalms 42:1-11, Psalms 43:1-5) are plainly one. this as well. What does the author believe David is doing in verse 11? are you cast down David “beloved of God”? bowest thou down thyself?” In this active introspection, the psalmist rebukes But the victory is not quite won, and therefore Psalms 43:1-5, follows. me? of two stanzas. fears of death. Who were the singers in verse 1? The second part of the psalm takes up the question of the refrain, and first reiterates with bitter emphasis that the soul is bowed down, and then pours out once more the stream of reasons for dejection. Light and Troth-i.e., Lovingkindness and Faithfulness in fulfilling promises-are like two angels, despatched from the presence-chamber of God, to guide with gentleness the exile’s steps. David is looking at the oppression of the enemy, instead of the Spirit of God. "For the help of his countenance": Hebrew; for the salvations of his face. tauntingly, and by way of reproach, ask where he was. mourning because of the oppression of the enemy?". have turned against him. of God. of great use against castings down. Consequently, Psalm 42 is a dirge trail. Psalm 42:8 "[Yet] the LORD will command his lovingkindness in the daytime, and In fact, we have promise of the resurrection. In the psalmist’s He had cried day and What does the author believe David is doing in verse 11. church. The same construction is found in Book 1 in Psalms 25:1-22; Psalms 26:1-12; Psalms 27:1-14; Psalms 28:1-9; Psalms 35:1-28; Psalms 37:1-40 where it is obviously the designation of authorship, and it is naturally taken to have the same force in these Korachite psalms. to Home Page  |  Return God is not far from my face. But the gloomier mood has shot its last bolt. A Maskil 1 of the Sons of Korah. (42:1-5); second, his sad lament and dejection before God (42:6-11); finally, 18. At these times, To the chief Musician, Maschil, for the sons of Korah. calamity. responsible for the oceans of trial in which he seems to be drowning. Browse Sermons on Psalm 42. Perhaps the singer had seen, during his exile on the eastern side of Jordan, some gentle creature, with open mouth and heaving flanks, eagerly seeking in dry wadies for a drop of water to cool her outstretched tongue; and the sight had struck on his heart as an image of himself longing for the presence of God in the sanctuary. I The enemy is called a "loveless nation." The true object of its longings is always God, however little it knows for what it is thirsting. "Why art thou cast down? storms of life will not shake you. Psalm 42:1,2 David's Desire After God; Psalm 43:3,4 Access to God in Ordinances; Psalm 43:5 Sources and Remedy of Dejection; CHUCK SMITH. is seen in the countenance, and for the most part to be judged of by it. Return Psalm 42 – Honest Prayer from a Discouraged Saint. The hope expressed in Psalm 43:4 casts its rays into the prayer in Psalm 43:3. * [Psalms 42–43] Ps 42–43 form a single lament of three sections, each section ending in an identical refrain (Ps 42:6, 12; 43:5). And by these metaphors, one or the other, is expressed the psalmist's violent and eager thirst after the enjoyment of God in public var _gaq = _gaq || []; ": Or, Why art thou bowed down? 42:1-5 The psalmist looked to the Lord as his chief good, and set his heart upon him accordingly; casting anchor thus at first, he rides out the storm. Go to Previous Section | Each swing of the gymnast lifts him higher until he is on a level with a firm platform on which he can spring and stand secure. they were to remember a particular blessing of God. The certainty of return to the Temple overbears the pain of absence from it, and the vivid realisation of the gladness of worshipping again at the altar takes the place of the vivid remembrance of former festal approach thither. Grief which finds no fresh words is beginning to dry up. love. A total of 11 Psalms under. "So panteth my soul after thee, O God": Being persecuted by men, and deprived of 43:5. “Title”:    The references to me. . Now he asks himself, why art thou cast down, O my soul? lament. Register! The word is strong, and expresses that eagerness and fervency of desire, which The form of the verbs "remember" and "pour out" in Psalms 42:4 indicates set purpose. which flow southward. Fills them with joy The Hebrew would bear either meaning; but if the latter is adopted, all these psalms are anonymous. Korah” (compare Num. 13. extreme thirst may be supposed to raise in an animal almost spent in its flight THE second book of the Psalter is characterised by the use of the Divine name "Elohim" instead of "Jehovah." What lesson can we Christians learn from verse 6 speaking of Jordan and the Psalms 42 & 43 Beyond Despair. Levitical performers, rather than the authors of these psalms (i.e., “For the This is a good question. Copyright StatementThese files are public domain.Text Courtesy of BibleSupport.com. Psalm 42:5 "Why art thou cast down, O my soul? It is useless to speculate on its origin. Psalm 42:1 In many Hebrew manuscripts Psalms 42 and 43 constitute one psalm. New American Standard Version. world. before we go on. However, as verse 5 will indicate, the psalmist’s problems had not ended, at least not fully and finally. It "pants" and "thirsts," is "cast down" and disquieted; it is "poured out"; it can be bidden to "hope." What is David doing, instead of standing on the Rock? up. to move from drought to drowning (compare verse 7). It had been so far strengthened by the encouragement of the refrain that the reflux of sadness at once rouses it to action. ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? Rashi 's Commentary: Show Hide. David puts his faith in God, and God These locations signal a sharp contrast in the word Moab.”. Used by Permission. The psalmist moves away for introspection toward invocation. a Levite, led the festal march to the Temple, and in listening in fancy again to the shrill cries of joy which broke from the tumultuous crowd. glanced back to “remember” the history of the great God he served (77:10-20). The locality thus designated is too far north for the scene of David’s retreat before Absalom, unless we give an unusual southward extension to the names; and this makes a difficulty in the way of accepting the hypothesis of the author’s having been in his retinue. Faith may have a long struggle with fear, but it will have the last word, and that word will be "the help of my countenance and my God.". 2:13; 14:1-9; 17:3; John 4:10; 7:37-38; Rev. And hence it is that the psalmist thirsted after God, and the discoveries of his There is much in the psalms which favours the hypothesis that the author was a Korachite companion of David’s in his flight before Absalom; but the locality, described as that of the singer, does not entirely correspond to that of the king’s retreat, and the description of the enemies is not easily capable of application in all points to his foes. Which is signified by one calling to It does not have to be just in church. Nature reflects the poet’s moods, and overmastering emotion sees its own analogues everywhere. How steadfastly are we to stand when the storm blows against us? Peter felt this same panic, when he tried to walk on the water to Jesus. And from There are at least three reasons why we can assume psalms 42 and 43 were originally joined together. Lord Jesus. 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The prayer of Psalms 43:1-2, blends the two elements, which were at war in the second part; and for the moment the darker is the more prominent. The refrain here breaks in on the song like a sigh, the spirit of dejection And who is the author, giver, and maintainer of natural life. 42:5 and 11, which reoccurs in Ps. Go to Next Section, Return to A similar bit of local colour is generally recognised in Psalms 42:7. These are idea of “internal emotion” is easily derivable from its use. 15. Two: The Psalmist Sings of His Drowning (42:6-11). Jordan Valley at what used to be his kingdom and was no longer. The two psalms (Psalms 42:1-11, Psalms 43:1-5) are plainly one. this as well. What does the author believe David is doing in verse 11? are you cast down David “beloved of God”? bowest thou down thyself?” In this active introspection, the psalmist rebukes But the victory is not quite won, and therefore Psalms 43:1-5, follows. me? of two stanzas. fears of death. Who were the singers in verse 1? The second part of the psalm takes up the question of the refrain, and first reiterates with bitter emphasis that the soul is bowed down, and then pours out once more the stream of reasons for dejection. Light and Troth-i.e., Lovingkindness and Faithfulness in fulfilling promises-are like two angels, despatched from the presence-chamber of God, to guide with gentleness the exile’s steps. David is looking at the oppression of the enemy, instead of the Spirit of God. "For the help of his countenance": Hebrew; for the salvations of his face. tauntingly, and by way of reproach, ask where he was. mourning because of the oppression of the enemy?". have turned against him. of God. of great use against castings down. Consequently, Psalm 42 is a dirge trail. Psalm 42:8 "[Yet] the LORD will command his lovingkindness in the daytime, and In fact, we have promise of the resurrection. In the psalmist’s He had cried day and What does the author believe David is doing in verse 11. church. The same construction is found in Book 1 in Psalms 25:1-22; Psalms 26:1-12; Psalms 27:1-14; Psalms 28:1-9; Psalms 35:1-28; Psalms 37:1-40 where it is obviously the designation of authorship, and it is naturally taken to have the same force in these Korachite psalms. to Home Page  |  Return God is not far from my face. But the gloomier mood has shot its last bolt. A Maskil 1 of the Sons of Korah. (42:1-5); second, his sad lament and dejection before God (42:6-11); finally, 18. At these times, To the chief Musician, Maschil, for the sons of Korah. calamity. responsible for the oceans of trial in which he seems to be drowning. Browse Sermons on Psalm 42. Perhaps the singer had seen, during his exile on the eastern side of Jordan, some gentle creature, with open mouth and heaving flanks, eagerly seeking in dry wadies for a drop of water to cool her outstretched tongue; and the sight had struck on his heart as an image of himself longing for the presence of God in the sanctuary. I The enemy is called a "loveless nation." The true object of its longings is always God, however little it knows for what it is thirsting. "Why art thou cast down? storms of life will not shake you. Psalm 42:1,2 David's Desire After God; Psalm 43:3,4 Access to God in Ordinances; Psalm 43:5 Sources and Remedy of Dejection; CHUCK SMITH. is seen in the countenance, and for the most part to be judged of by it. Return Psalm 42 – Honest Prayer from a Discouraged Saint. The hope expressed in Psalm 43:4 casts its rays into the prayer in Psalm 43:3. * [Psalms 42–43] Ps 42–43 form a single lament of three sections, each section ending in an identical refrain (Ps 42:6, 12; 43:5). And by these metaphors, one or the other, is expressed the psalmist's violent and eager thirst after the enjoyment of God in public var _gaq = _gaq || []; ": Or, Why art thou bowed down? 42:1-5 The psalmist looked to the Lord as his chief good, and set his heart upon him accordingly; casting anchor thus at first, he rides out the storm. Go to Previous Section | Each swing of the gymnast lifts him higher until he is on a level with a firm platform on which he can spring and stand secure. they were to remember a particular blessing of God. The certainty of return to the Temple overbears the pain of absence from it, and the vivid realisation of the gladness of worshipping again at the altar takes the place of the vivid remembrance of former festal approach thither. Grief which finds no fresh words is beginning to dry up. love. A total of 11 Psalms under. "So panteth my soul after thee, O God": Being persecuted by men, and deprived of 43:5. “Title”:    The references to me. . Now he asks himself, why art thou cast down, O my soul? lament. Register! The word is strong, and expresses that eagerness and fervency of desire, which The form of the verbs "remember" and "pour out" in Psalms 42:4 indicates set purpose. which flow southward. Fills them with joy The Hebrew would bear either meaning; but if the latter is adopted, all these psalms are anonymous. Korah” (compare Num. 13. extreme thirst may be supposed to raise in an animal almost spent in its flight THE second book of the Psalter is characterised by the use of the Divine name "Elohim" instead of "Jehovah." What lesson can we Christians learn from verse 6 speaking of Jordan and the Psalms 42 & 43 Beyond Despair. Levitical performers, rather than the authors of these psalms (i.e., “For the This is a good question. Copyright StatementThese files are public domain.Text Courtesy of BibleSupport.com. Psalm 42:5 "Why art thou cast down, O my soul? It is useless to speculate on its origin. Psalm 42:1 In many Hebrew manuscripts Psalms 42 and 43 constitute one psalm. New American Standard Version. world. before we go on. However, as verse 5 will indicate, the psalmist’s problems had not ended, at least not fully and finally. It "pants" and "thirsts," is "cast down" and disquieted; it is "poured out"; it can be bidden to "hope." What is David doing, instead of standing on the Rock? up. to move from drought to drowning (compare verse 7). It had been so far strengthened by the encouragement of the refrain that the reflux of sadness at once rouses it to action. ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? Rashi 's Commentary: Show Hide. David puts his faith in God, and God These locations signal a sharp contrast in the word Moab.”. Used by Permission. The psalmist moves away for introspection toward invocation. a Levite, led the festal march to the Temple, and in listening in fancy again to the shrill cries of joy which broke from the tumultuous crowd. glanced back to “remember” the history of the great God he served (77:10-20). The locality thus designated is too far north for the scene of David’s retreat before Absalom, unless we give an unusual southward extension to the names; and this makes a difficulty in the way of accepting the hypothesis of the author’s having been in his retinue. Faith may have a long struggle with fear, but it will have the last word, and that word will be "the help of my countenance and my God.". 2:13; 14:1-9; 17:3; John 4:10; 7:37-38; Rev. And hence it is that the psalmist thirsted after God, and the discoveries of his There is much in the psalms which favours the hypothesis that the author was a Korachite companion of David’s in his flight before Absalom; but the locality, described as that of the singer, does not entirely correspond to that of the king’s retreat, and the description of the enemies is not easily capable of application in all points to his foes. Which is signified by one calling to It does not have to be just in church. Nature reflects the poet’s moods, and overmastering emotion sees its own analogues everywhere. How steadfastly are we to stand when the storm blows against us? Peter felt this same panic, when he tried to walk on the water to Jesus. And from There are at least three reasons why we can assume psalms 42 and 43 were originally joined together. Lord Jesus. 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