SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:1 Â¶ Al Vencedor: Salmo de David. En el SEÑOR he confiado. Â¿Cómo decís a mi alma: Escapa al monte cual ave?
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 10:1 Verse 1. In the Lord put I my trust: how say ye ] Some of David's friends seem to have given him this advice when they saw Saul bent on his destruction: "Flee as a bird to your mountain;" you have not a moment to lose; your ruin is determined; escape for your life; get off as swiftly as possible to the hill-country, to some of those inaccessible fortresses best known to yourself; and hide yourself there from the cruelty of Saul. To which advice he answers, "In the Lord put I my trust," shall I act as if I were conscious of evil, and that my wicked deeds were likely to be discovered? Or shall I act as one who believes he is forsaken of the protection of the Almighty? No: I put my trust in him, and I am sure I shall never be confounded.
Matthew Henry Commentary David's struggle with, and triumph over a strong temptation to distrus God, and betake himself to indirect means for his own safety, in a tim of danger.
--Those that truly fear God and serve him, are welcome to put their trust in him. The psalmist, before he gives an account of his temptation to distrust God, records his resolution to trust in Him, a that by which he was resolved to live and die. The believer, though no terrified by his enemies, may be tempted, by the fears of his friends to desert his post, or neglect his work. They perceive his danger, but not his security; they give him counsel that savours of worldly policy rather than of heavenly wisdom. The principles of religion are the foundations on which the faith and hope of the righteous are built. We are concerned to hold these fast against all temptations to unbelief for believers would be undone, if they had not God to go to, God to trust in, and future bliss to hope for. The prosperity of wicked people in their wicked, evil ways, and the straits and distresses which the best men are sometimes brought into, tried David's faith. We need no say, Who shall go up to heaven, to fetch us thence a God to trust in The word is nigh us, and God in the word; his Spirit is in his saints those living temples, and the Lord is that Spirit. This God governs the world. We may know what men seem to be, but God knows what they are, a the refiner knows the value of gold when he has tried it. God is sai to try with his eyes, because he cannot err, or be imposed upon. If he afflicts good people, it is for their trial, therefore for their good However persecutors and oppressors may prosper awhile, they will for ever perish. God is a holy God, and therefore hates them. He is righteous Judge, and will therefore punish them. In what a horribl tempest are the wicked hurried away at death! Every man has the portio of his cup assigned him. Impenitent sinner, mark your doom! The las call to repentance is about to be addressed to you, judgement is a hand; through the gloomy shade of death you pass into the region of eternal wrath. Hasten then, O sinner, to the cross of Christ. Ho stands the case between God and our souls? Is Christ our hope, ou consolation, our security? Then, not otherwise, will the soul be carried through all its difficulties and conflicts __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew למנצח 5329 לדוד 1732 ביהוה 3068 חסיתי 2620 איך 349 תאמרו 559 לנפשׁי 5315 נודו 5110 הרכם 2022 צפור׃ 6833