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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Psalms 110:3


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    King James Bible - Psalms 110:3

    Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power, in the beauties of holiness from the womb of the morning: thou hast the dew of thy youth.

    World English Bible

    Your people offer themselves willingly in the
    day of your power, in holy array. Out of the womb of the morning, you have the dew of your youth.

    Douay-Rheims - Psalms 110:3

    With thee is the principality in the
    day of thy strength: in the brightness of the saints: from the womb before the day star I begot thee.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Thy people shall be willing in the
    day of thy power, in the beauties of holiness: from the womb of the morning, thou hast the dew of thy youth.

    Original Hebrew

    עמך
    5971 נדבת 5071 ביום 3117 חילך 2428 בהדרי 1926 קדשׁ 6944 מרחם 7358 משׁחר 4891 לך טל 2919 ילדתיך׃ 3208

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    Ps 22:27,28 Jud 5:2 Ac 2:41 Ro 11:2-6 2Co 8:1-3,12,16 Php 2:13

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 110:3

    Tu pueblo ser voluntario en el día de tu poder, en la hermosura de la santidad; como el rocío que cae de la matriz del alba, así te nacern los tuyos.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 109:3

    Verse 3. Thy people shall be willing in the
    day of thy power - This verse has been wofully perverted. It has been supposed to point out the irresistible operation of the grace of God on the souls of the elect, thereby making them willing to receive Christ as their saviour. Now, whether this doctrine be true or false it is not in this text, nor can it receive the smallest countenance from it. There has been much spoken against the doctrine of what is called free will by persons who seem not to have understood the term. Will is a free principle. Free will is as absurd as bound will, it is not will if it be not free; and if it be bound it is no will. Volition is essential to the being of the soul, and to all rational and intellectual beings. This is the most essential discrimination between matter and spirit. MATTER can have no choice; SPIRIT has. Ratiocination is essential to intellect; and from these volition is inseparable. God uniformly treats man as a free agent; and on this principle the whole of Divine revelation is constructed, as is also the doctrine of future rewards and punishments. If man be forced to believe, he believes not at all; it is the forcing power that believes, not the machine forced. If he be forced to obey, it is the forcing power that obeys; and he, as a machine, shows only the effect of this irresistible force. If man be incapable of willing good, and nilling evil, he is incapable of being saved as a rational being; and if he acts only under an overwhelming compulsion, he is as incapable of being damned. In short, this doctrine reduces him either to a punctum stans, which by the vis inertiae is incapable of being moved but as acted upon by foreign influence; or, as an intellectual being, to nonentity. "But if the text supports the doctrine laid upon it, vain are all these reasonings." Granted. Let us examine the text. The Hebrew words are the following: lyj wyb tbdn m[ ammecha nedaboth beyom cheylecha, which literally translated are, Thy princely people, or free people, in the day of thy power; and are thus paraphrased by the Chaldee: "Thy people, O house of Israel, who willingly labour in the law, thou shalt be helped by them in the day that thou goest to battle." The Syriac has: "This praiseworthy people in the day of thy power." The Vulgate: "With thee is the principle or origin (principium) in the day of thy power." And this is referred, by its interpreters, to the Godhead of Christ; and they illustrate it by John i. 1: In principio erat Verbum, "In the beginning was the Word." The Septuagint is the same; and they use the word as St. John has it in the Greek text: meta sou h arch en hmera thv dunamewv sou "With thee is the Arche, or principle, in the day of thy power." The AEthiopic is the same; and the Arabic nearly so, but rather more express: "The government, riasat, exists with thee in the day of thy power." The Anglo-Saxon, [A.S.]. With thee the principle in day of thy greatness." The old Psalter, "With the begynnyngs in day of thi vertu". Which it thus paraphrases: "I, the fader begynnyng with the, begynnyng I and thou, an begynnyng of al thyng in day of thi vertu." Coverdale thus: "In the day of thy power shal my people offre the free-will offeringes with a holy worship." So Tindal, Cardmarden, Beck, and the Liturgic Version.

    The Bible printed by Barker, the king's printer, 4to. Lond. 1615, renders the whole verse thus: "Thy people shall come willingly at the time of assembling thine army in the holy beauty; the youth of thy womb shall be as the morning dew." By the authors of the Universal History, vol. iii., p. 223, the whole passage is thus explained: "The Lord shall send the rod, or scepter, of thy power out of Sion," i.e., out of the tribe of Judah: compare Genesis xlix. 20, and Psa. lxxviii. 68. "Rule thou over thy free-will people;" for none, but such are fit to be Christ's subjects: see Matt. xi. 29. "In the midst of thine enemies," Jews and heathens; or, in a spiritual sense, the world, the flesh, and the devil. "In the day of thy power," i.e., when all power shall be given him, both in heaven and earth; Matt. xxviii. 18. "In the beauties of holiness," which is the peculiar characteristic of Christ's reign, and of his religion.

    None of the ancient Versions, nor of our modern translations, give any sense to the words that countenances the doctrine above referred to; it merely expresses the character of the people who shall constitute the kingdom of Christ. bdn nadab signifies to be free, liberal, willing, noble; and especially liberality in bringing offerings to the Lord, Exod. xxv. 2; xxxv. 21, 29. And bydn nadib signifies a nobleman, a prince, Job xxi. 8; and also liberality. hbdn nedabah signifies a free-will offering-an offering made by superabundant gratitude; one not commanded: see Exod. xxxvi. 3; Lev. vii. 16, and elsewhere. Now the twbdn [ am nedaboth is the people of liberality-the princely, noble, and generous people; Christ's real subjects; his own children, who form his Church, and are the salt of the world; the bountiful people, who live only to get good from God that they may do good to man. Is there, has there ever been, any religion under heaven that has produced the liberality, the kindness, the charity, that characterize Christianity? Well may the followers of Christ be termed the am nedaboth-the cheerfully beneficent people. They hear his call, come freely, stay willingly, act nobly, live purely, and obey cheerfully.

    The day of Christ's power is the time of the Gospel, the reign of the Holy Spirit in the souls of his people. Whenever and wherever the Gospel is preached in sincerity and purity, then and there is the day or time of Christ's power. It is the time of his exaltation. The days of his flesh were the days of his weakness; the time of his exaltation is the day of his power.

    In the beauties of holiness ] dq yrdhb behadrey kodesh, "In the splendid garments of holiness." An allusion to the beautiful garments of the high priest. Whatever is intended or expressed by superb garments, they possess, in holiness of heart and life, indicative of their Divine birth, noble dispositions, courage, &c. Their garb is such as becomes the children of so great a King. Or, They shall appear on the mountains of holiness, bringing glad tidings to Zion.

    From the womb of the morning ] As the dew flows from the womb of the morning, so shall all the godly from thee. They are the dew of thy youth; they are the offspring of thy own nativity. As the human nature of our Lord was begotten by the creative energy of God in the womb of the Virgin; so the followers of God are born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, but by the Divine Spirit.

    Youth may be put here, not only for young men, but for soldiers; - so the Trojana juventus "the Trojan troops," or soldiers, in Virgil, AEn. i. ver. 467; - and for persons, courageous, heroic, strong, active, and vigorous.

    Such were the apostles, and first preachers of the Gospel; and, indeed, all genuine Christians. They may be fully compared to dew, for the following reasons: - 1. Like dew, they had their origin from heaven.

    2. Like dew, they fructified the earth.

    3. Like dew, they were innumerable.

    4. Like dew, they were diffused over the earth.

    5. Like dew, they came from the morning; the dawn, the beginning of the Gospel day of salvation.

    1. As the morning arises in the EAST, and the sun, which produces it, proceeds to the WEST; so was the coming of the Son of man, and of his disciples and apostles.

    2. They began in the EAST-Asia Proper and Asia Minor; and shone unto the WEST-Europe, America, &c. Scarcely any part of the world has been hidden from the bright and enlivening power of the Sun of Righteousness; and now this glorious sun is walking in the greatness of its strength.

    Saw ye not the cloud arise, Little as a human hand? Now it spreads along the skies, Hangs o'er all the thirsty land. Lo, the promise of a shower Drops already from above; But the Lord will shortly pour All the spirit of his love.

    The heavenly dew is dropping every where from the womb of the morning; and all the ends of the earth are about to see the salvation of God.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Christ's kingdom.

    --Glorious things are here spoken of Christ. Not only he should be superior to all the kings of the earth, but he then existed in glory a the eternal Son of God. Sitting is a resting posture: after service and sufferings, to give law, to give judgment. It is a remainin posture: he sits like a king for ever. All his enemies are now in chain, but not yet made his footstool. And his kingdom, being set up shall be kept up in the world, in despite of all the powers of darkness. Christ's people are a willing people. The power of the Spirit, going with the power of the world, to the people of Christs, i effectual to make them willing. They shall attend him in the beautifu attire of holiness; which becomes his house for ever. And he shall have many devoted to him. The dew of our youth, even in the morning of ou days, ought to be consecrated to our Lord Jesus. Christ shall not onl be a King, but a Priest. He is God's Minister to us, and our Advocat with the Father, and so is the Mediator between God and man. He is Priest of the order of Melchizedek, which was before that of Aaron, an on many accounts superior to it, and a more lively representation of Christ's priesthood. Christ's sitting at the right hand of God, speak as much terror to his enemies as happiness to his people. The effect of this victory shall be the utter ruin of his enemies. We have here the Redeemer saving his friends, and comforting them. He shall be humbled he shall drink of the brook in the way. The wrath of God, running in the curse of the law, may be considered as the brook in the way of his undertaking. Christ drank of the waters of affliction in his way to the throne of glory. But he shall be exalted. What then are we? Has the gospel of Christ been to us the power of God unto salvation? Has his kingdom been set up in our hearts? Are we his willing subjects? Once we knew not our need of his salvation, and we were not willing that he should reign over us. Are we willing to give up every sin, to turn from a wicked, insnaring world, and rely only on his merits and mercy, to have him for our Prophet, Priest, and King? and do we desire to be holy? To those who are thus changed, the Saviour's sacrifice intercession, and blessing belong __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    עמך 5971 נדבת 5071 ביום 3117 חילך 2428 בהדרי 1926 קדשׁ 6944 מרחם 7358 משׁחר 4891 לך טל 2919 ילדתיך׃ 3208


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