psalm 42:6 meaning
"Whedon's Commentary on the Bible". Psalm 42:6. 4. "When I remember these [things], I pour out my soul in me: for I had gone with the multitude, I went … This would seem to have been the place where the psalmist took up his abode in his exile. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tsk/psalms-42.html. “Oh, sir, I do not feel this--and I do fear that--and I cannot help thinking the other!” That great I is the root of all our sorrows, what I feel, or what I do not feel; that is enough to make any one miserable. Proud member As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God. From the land of Jordan - Referring probably to the fact he was then in that “land.” The phrase would denote the region adjacent to the Jordan, and through which the Jordan flowed, as we speak of “the valley of the Mississippi,” that is the region through which that river flows. The holy mourner again seems to feel reviving affliction. II. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". who inhabited the mountain of Hermon; or the Hermonian mountains, If thou hast a trouble to bear, the best thing for thee to do is not to try to bear it at all, but to cast it upon the shoulders of the Eternal. The above interpreter thinks Zoar is meant, which Lot so called, Genesis 19:20; which was near Sodom and Gomorrah: Kimchi thinks it might be Zior, mentioned in Joshua 15:54; but, be it what or where it will, in this little hill David enjoyed the divine Presence; or was indulged with some remarkable favour; from all which he concludes he had no just reason to be dejected and disquieted in his mind: and right it is for the people of God to call to mind past experiences, and make mention of them; partly for the glory of divine grace, and to express their gratitude to God, and their sense of his goodness; and partly to cheer and refresh their own spirits, and prevent dejection and despondency: and delightful it is to call to mind, how, at such a time, and in such a place, the Lord was pleased to manifest his love, apply some gracious promise, or deliver from some sore temptation or distress: all which must tend to encourage faith and hope. DeWette renders it as a proper name. those souls are highly favored of thee, who are most blessed with a conformity to the fellowship of thy sufferings. Mine by adopting love (Jeremiah 3:19; Romans 8:15; Galatians 4:6). Translate, '(from the land) of the From the land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from the hill Mizar. 2. Job’s state of mind, as described in Job 3:1-26., was anything but gracious. 4. Psalm 42:1(NASB) Verse Thoughts A depth of urgency and deep pathos is captured in these verses as the metaphor of a weary hind, parched from the blistering heat of the day, is exhausted from the pounding pursuit of howling hounds, who are relentlessly hot on her trail and baying for her blood. The soul is well carried when neither so becalmed that it moves not when it should, nor yet tossed with tempests to move disorderly. The psalmist here remembers the experience of Jonah, making the same determination that God will yet bless him, just as he blessed Jonah. To many sensitive natures this is the most painful form of persecution. IV. The grateful remembrance of the past. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". When can I enter and see the face of God? Would the husbandman have a right to be disappointed when he discovered that the seed he sowed yesterday had not yet even appeared above the soil? The text may serve to remind us, by way of inference--, 1. 2. 1685. several parts to the solemn feasts at Jerusalem, which he was now Therefore will I remember thee - I will look to thee; I will come to thee; I will recall thy former merciful visitations. The lands adjacent to the Jordan on either side were covered with underbrush and thickets, and were, in former times, the favorite resorts of wild animals: Jeremiah 49:19; Jeremiah 50:44. David saw troubles coming from God's wrath, and that discouraged him. "In the night His song shall be with me, and my prayer unto the God of my life.". As to the word Mizar, some suppose that it was not the proper name of a mountain, and therefore translate it little, supposing that there is here an indirect comparison of the Hermons with the mountain of Sion, as if David meant to say that Sion, which was comparatively a small hill, was greater in his estimation than the lofty Hermons; but it appears to me that this would be a constrained interpretation. He is a hostage so that he cannot go to the *temple and see God. This spur or ridge lies near the sources of the Jordan. Perhaps David also has purposely made use of the plural number on account of the fear by which he was forced frequently to change his place of abode, and wander hither and thither. Let us pass now from the most obvious to the more subtle causes of soul-dejection. “I will remember thee from the land of Jordan,” etc. Blessed Lord! 2. render the words, "because that I remember thee" F12. The greatest 'hide their diminished heads' before Yahweh (Psalms 114:4; Psalms 114:6; Isaiah 2:2). That men who have no interest in God have no refuge in the hour of trouble; for vain is the help of man. open, so clear and manifest, as to be beheld by myself and others. Now, Psalms 42:7 is an expansion of the thought: my soul is troubled, Psalms 42:8-10, an expansion of this: I think of thee. Another benefit that we derive from being cast down is that it qualifies us to sympathize with others. Oppressive. (W. I. 2. It is not for consolation, but primarily for doleful longing, that the Psalmist here thinks of God, who once was his God, and appeared now to have forgotten him in his removal and banishment." There are inward movements of the spirit, known only to God, which bring us to the same prostration. Psalms 42:6. And it is well if we remember Him, and ask, “Where is God my maker, who giveth songs in the night?” Thus it was with Manasseh: in his affliction he sought the Lord God of his fathers, and He was found of him. "Then will I go unto the altar of God, unto God my exceeding joy: yea, upon the harp will I praise thee, … Here is the fundamental principle of relief from crushing burdens of care. Use this table to get a word-for-word translation of the original Hebrew Scripture. The facts illustrate the faith, courage, and resolution of the king. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/hcc/psalms-42.html. That the Lord was his portion, of which neither earth nor hell could rob him. From backsliding of heart. Comp. He did not act the part of those who find no relief in their afflictions but in forgetting God; for although wounded by his hand, he, nevertheless, failed not to acknowledge him to be his physician. “As with a sword,” etc. propr. 6. And certainly it would be very appropriate in this sense, That as often as David, from the land of Jordan, in which he now lay hid as an exile, set himself to think of the sanctuary, his sorrow was so much the more increased. The heart will not be tranquil all at once, and the utterance of its trouble, so natural, so pathetic, long after served, in the very words of the LXX., to express a deeper grief, and mark a more tremendous crisis (John 12:27; Matthew 26:38). Hence several of such expositors seek to extort the sense wished for by them, just at the expense of the ascertained meaning of the words: they explain על כן, which never signifies anything else than therefore, by because, and thus exchange what, in the text, appears as the symptom of the affliction into its ground. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. "Owing to the flexibility of the meaning of Hebrew tenses, it may be legitimately translated either way. They who seek God and endeavour to serve Him, in some instances, form too high expectations of assurance and of comfort. hill Mizar — as a name of a small hill contrasted with the mountains round about Jerusalem, perhaps denoted the contempt with which the place of exile was regarded. What does the Incarnation mean, but that God claims us by a right, and holds us by a bond of infinite strength? 3. He destroys every drop of water in our vessels, in order that we may be compelled either to perish of thirst, or to inquire after Him, the fountain of living water. BibliographyBeza, Theodore. Hermonites.—Rather, of the Hermons, i.e., either collectively for the whole range (as generally of mountains, the Balkans, etc.) Hill Mizar—Or the small mountain. 2 As the deer longs for streams of water, a. so my soul longs for you, O God. I am bound to measure myself by the measure of Thy love. (Psalm 42:6-11). That the Psalmist was situated, not precisely on Hermon, but only generally in the Transjordanic region—that we are hence perfectly justified in thinking here of David's sojourn at Mahanaim, on the further side of Jordan, to the north of Jabbok, upon the boundaries of the tribes Gad and Manasseh, comp. It was a long way from Mount Zion where the ark dwelt in David"s day. These Mizars, these little hills, are worth their weight in gold. The reason. use of to remove his dejection and refresh his spirits; and that PSALM 42 * Longing for God’s Presence in the Temple. The confession. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/gsb/psalms-42.html. BibliographyJamieson, Robert, D.D. 42 As the deer pants [longingly] for the water brooks, So my [ a]soul pants [longingly] for You, O God. From the land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from the hill Mizar, Joseph Benson's Commentary of the Old and New Testaments, George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary, "the great deliverance of me, and [praise]my God", Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, "When my soul fainted within me I remembered the Lord: and my prayer came in unto thee, into thine holy temple. Compare Psalms 42:11 with Psalms 43:5. Joseph Benson's Commentary. BibliographyHawker, Robert, D.D. ἡ ψυχή μου ἐ ταραχθη, comp. Many and painful experiences are necessary before the natural self-will and self-sufficiency are expelled from the heart. When he really wished to trust in God; when he hoped that things would be better; when he saw that he ought to be calm and cheerful, his sorrows have returned like a flood, sweeping all these feelings away for the time, filling his soul with anguish, compelling him to form these resolutions anew, and driving him afresh to the throne of grace, to beat back the returning tide of grief, and to bring the soul to calmness and peace. 3. "Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible". The region in which Mount Hermon is situated. The faithlessness of friends and kindred. It is his consolation that he can still remember God, and His past grace to him, even though he is excluded from the temple of God. Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, dwell on these things, (Philippians 4:8). Hermonites—Mount Hermon bounded Palestine proper on the northeast, and the Hermonites inhabited the adjacent lower lands south and southeast of the mountain. But, when his hopes were at last realized, how much richer the inheritance! (3) The fruit of his remembrance of God in the depths. To be cast down is often the best thing that could happen to us. His soul being cast down, he knows no better way of raising his spirits than by reflecting upon God, where he now is, even beyond Jordan. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". 1. 177.) 6. Many are sure that this is a psalm written by David, as usually explained, during his exile to some land beyond the Jordan river, during which time the tabernacle services were being conducted. What does this verse really mean? enjoyed the divine Presence; or was indulged with some remarkable ", Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Commentary Critical and Explanatory - Unabridged, Kretzmann's Popular Commentary of the Bible. The future tenses here, "will command," and "shall be with me" are changed to the present tense in the RSV which reads, "By day the Lord commands his stedfast love; and at night his song is with me." 2. And of the Hermonites, &c.— And Hermonim from the little hill. 2. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/mpc/psalms-42.html. The passage recalled here is: It is easy to see that the psalmist here was appealing to God, that just as he had blessed Jonah, so might the same blessings come to the psalmist. "George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary". Why are you downcast, O my soul? The Jordan Valley is quite wide north of this sea and the mountains of Hermon rise up to the east from it. I know that all you say about yourself is only too true; but, now, let me hear what you have to say about Christ.” What a change would come over our spirits if we were all to act thus! But if one trouble follow hard after another, if all seem to combine for our ruin, let us remember they are all appointed and overruled by the Lord. Tumultuous. and which was very high; Cocceius thinks the Geshurites are What sufferer has not felt thus? In a spiritual sense it is sometimes “better to go to the house of mourning than to the house of feasting.”, III. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". From the land of Jordan—i.e., the uplands of the north-east, where the river rises. A specification. manifest his love, apply some gracious promise, or deliver from No such hill as Mizar is known in India. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". We lose the very sense of freedom, and are as a wreck, borne to and fro helpless on the currents, to be dashed at last on some inhospitable shore. This is a most familiar experience. Besides, when this downcasting comes, it sets us to work at self-examination. Man's natural instinct, when his soul is cast down within him, is to forget God, and not to remember Him, to let God and the higher world slip out of his relaxing hand. Reader, depend upon it, the children of Jesus would have lost some of their sweetest views and enjoyments of Jesus, had they never known what difficulties and crosses the hill of Mizar produced to them. 2. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. 1. Therefore will I.—Better, therefore do I remember thee. II. What has caused it? God was left if all else was lost. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/bnb/psalms-42.html. BibliographyTorrey, R. A. Accordingly, the import of the whole verse will be this, I am now living in a state of exile, banished from the temple, and seem to be an alien from the household of God; but this will not prevent me from regarding him, and having recourse to him. From the state of mankind (Psalms 119:58; Psalms 119:136; Psalms 119:158; Philippians 3:18). That pious people are accustomed to pour out their complaints to God. Psalms 42:6. The Jewish writers differently BibliographyBullinger, Ethelbert William. 1840-57. 42:6-11 The way to forget our miseries, is to remember the God of our mercies. Dear friends in Christ, fellow saints washed clean in the blood of our risen Savior: Mr. Stephen Fritze taught sixth graders at St. Martins, a WELS grade school in Watertown, SD. Every succeeding year they appear to themselves more sinful and less worthy than in years past. as the Targum; see ( Psalms 133:3 John Trapp Complete Commentary. 1857. Salem Media Group. Often, when I call to see a troubled Christian, do you know what he is almost sure to say? It applies to some hill of Gilead, or more probably, some peak of Anti-Lebanon. Refers to the two peaks. New York. A Maskil of the Sons of Korah. 1. God cares more for me, for my present and my future, than I care for myself. 3. Copyright StatementThese files are public domain and are a derivative of an electronic edition that is available on the Christian Classics Ethereal Library Website. Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of thy waterfalls: All thy waves and thy billows are gone over me. Mount Mizar is one of the hills in that area. BibliographyCoffman, James Burton. Thus, Stier remarks: "This otherwise just sense does not fit itself well into the internal organism of the song, rising as it does, at this time, from lamentation into consolation. the hill Mizar; a hill so called, though not mentioned elsewhere, which is supposed to have been in the southern parts of the land; but peradventure it was in the east and beyond Jordan; and David might mention these places, because when he was banished by Absalom, he had been successively at all of them, and in all of them had remembered God, and directed his prayer to him. This exhortation could not possibly die away without producing an effect. The name of the hill is to the Psalmist an omen of the condition of the whole land, in which he is located. Like the parched traveller in the wilderness, whose skin bottle is empty, and who finds the wells dry, he must drink or die-- he must have his God or faint. 1. David, a great man who had even reached the throne, is the man who says, “My soul is cast down.” Do you imagine that the head never aches that wears a crown? Translate, '(from the land) of the Hermons' - i:e., from the region beyond Jordan. Now, in abatement of their trouble, give me leave to lay the following observations before them. PS 42:7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of thy waterspouts: all thy waves and thy billows are gone over me. The Biblical Illustrator. His soul, his very self, his deepest life, was insatiable for a sense of the divine presence. "Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers". III. Defects in love, zeal, diligence. Or, I will remember thee, as I may, here at Mahanaim beyond Jordan, under the mount Hermon, and that other little hill (where I have found thee in my meditations and prayers propitious unto me), though I cannot now worship thee in the beauty of holiness, being driven out by my ungracious son Absalom from the place where thine honour dwelleth. When the young believer has first to suffer from it, he thinks that he cannot be a child of God; “for,” saith he, “if I were a child of God, should I be thus?” What fine dreams some of us have when we are just converted! BibliographyCalvin, John. 1865-1868. 2 Samuel 17:24, 2 Samuel 17:27, 1 Kings 2:8, is clear, not only from the mention of the Jordan, but also from the plural: the Hermons. All rights reserved. The first case is of those who are apt to think that the reformation of their lives hath not proceeded from a sincere love of God, and an unwillingness to displease Him; but from a mere dread of those punishments which He hath threatened. * I. When we sink the lowest in our own esteem, we rise the highest in fellowship with Christ, and in knowledge of Him. Hermon represents also in Psalms 89:12, the Transjordanic region, as Tabor the Cisjordanic: "Tabor and Hermon rejoice in thy name." God disappoints us at present, to give us what we seek at some better time. God’s choice of time, as well as God’s choice of gift, will always be found to he the wisest and best. Nothing definite is known of it, but these references to place indicate that David’s flight would be northeastward if compelled to go beyond Mahanaim. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". 3. (1) The reason. or with reference to the appearance of the mountain as a ridge with a conspicuous peak at either end. Firmer than the granite mountains, more enduring than the everlasting hills, was this portion of his spirit. Psalms 42:6. Despair is reckless, and deep misery tends strongly to despair. 3. These mountains were called by the Sidonians, Sirion. God often disappoints us to teach us submission to his will. J. Jonah evidently based his prayer (Jonah 2:7) on the prayer of David: "When my soul fainted within me I remembered the Lord: and my prayer came in unto thee, into thine holy temple." From the land of Jordan—From beyond Jordan, or east of Jordan. Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. My soul (my life, my inner self) thirsts for God, for the living God. called, ( Genesis The fruit of his remembrance of God in the depths--perfect peace. Mudge reads, from the little mountain of the Hermons. But, above all, this is to be observed, that as in the preceding verse we have seen David contending courageously against his own affections, so now we here see by what means he steadfastly maintained his ground. But when all is dark without, and gloomy within too, then is he tried. Literally it may be read thus: O my God! It is our purpose in this present series to study the introductory psalm to each of these books. “O my God.” In proportion as you feel your need of anything, and value it, you are anxious to make it your own. Psalms 42:6 O my God, my soul is cast down within me: therefore will I remember thee from the land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from the hill Mizar. 2. Bitter as it may be to feel the want of respect, of reverence, of obedience, of love from the children that are dear to us, that bitterness is intensified when memory testifies that we ourselves caused the evil by our unwisdom, neglect, or excess of tenderness. As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, my God. Peter felt this same panic, when he tried to walk on the water to Jesus. Use this table to get a word-for-word translation of the original Hebrew Scripture. At the same time, there is in these words a tacit contrast; (119) as if he had said, It is not the desire to be restored to my wife, or my house, or any of my possessions, which grieves me so much as the distressing consideration, that I now find myself prevented from taking part in the service of God. the play on the name Zoar in Genesis 19:20.) By this depression of spirits, to which good men are subject, you are taught how little confidence can be placed in your religious feelings, or the mere state of your passions. "The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire Bible". The river Jordan, and the mountains of Hermon, were the most striking features of the holy land. 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