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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Psalms 142:7


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    King James Bible - Psalms 142:7

    Bring my soul out of prison, that I may praise thy name: the righteous shall compass me about; for thou shalt deal bountifully with me.

    World English Bible

    Bring my soul out of prison, that I may give thanks to your name. The righteous will surround me, for you will be good to me. A Psalm by David.

    Douay-Rheims - Psalms 142:7

    Bring my soul out of prison, that I may praise thy name: the just wait for me, until thou reward me.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Bring my soul out of prison, that I may praise thy name: the righteous shall encompass me; for thou wilt deal bountifully with me.

    Original Hebrew

    הוציאה
    3318 ממסגר 4525 נפשׁי 5315 להודות 3034 את 853  שׁמך 8034  בי  יכתרו 3803 צדיקים 6662 כי 3588  תגמל 1580  עלי׃ 5921  

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    VERSE (6) -
    Ps 44:24-26; 79:8; 116:6; 136:23; 143:3,7

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 142:7

    Saca mi alma de la cárcel para que alabe tu Nombre; conmigo harán fiesta los justos, cuando me hubieras destetado.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 141:7

    Verse 7. Bring my
    soul out of prison ] Bring yŤpn naphshi, my life, out of this cave in which it is now imprisoned; Saul and his men being in possession of the entrance.

    The righteous shall compass me about - wrtky yachtiru, they shall crown me; perhaps meaning that the pious Jews, on the death of Saul, would cheerfully join together to make him king, being convinced that God, by his bountiful dealings with him, intended that it should be so. The old Psalter, which is imperfect from the twenty-frst verse of Psa. cxix. to the end of Psa. cxli., concludes this Psalm thus: "Lede my saule oute of corruption of my body; that corrupcion is bodely pyne, in whilk my saule is anguyst; after that in Godes house, Sal al be louyng (praising) of the."

    ANALYSIS OF THE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SECOND PSALM

    The substance of this Psalms is the earnest prayer of the psalmist that he might be delivered from the danger he was in. The parts are, I. An exordium, in which he 1. Shows what he did in his trouble; took himself to prayer, ver. 1, 2.

    2. Then his consternation and anxiety of mind, which arose from the malice and craft of his enemies, and want of help from his friends, ver. 3, 4.

    II. His address and petition to God, ver. 5-7. 1. The two first verses show the psalmist's intention. "I cried unto the Lord," &c. 2. "I poured out my supplication," &c.

    This he amplifies: - 1. From his vehemence: "I cried, I supplicated." 2. From the object: "Unto the Lord." I invoked him, and no other.

    3. From the instrument: "With my voice." 4. From his humility in prayer. It was a supplication.

    5. From his free and full confession: "I poured out," &c.

    6. From his sincerity and confidence in God.

    The reason was: - 1. This I did "when my spirit was overwhelmed," &c. There being no sufficiency in me, I betook myself to the all-sufficient God.

    2. "For thou knowest my path," &c. My actions and intentions.

    The craft and subtlety of his enemies, especially Saul.

    1. "In the way wherein I walked," &c. My vocation.

    2. "Have they privily laid," &c. Saul gave him his daughter Michal to be a snare to him; and a dowry he must have of a hundred foreskins of the Philistines, that David might fall by their hands.

    His destitution in the time of trouble.

    1. "I looked on my right hand," &c. But no friend was near: "There was no man," &c. The miserable have few friends.

    2. "Refuge failed me," &c. I had no place of safety.

    3. "No man cared," &c. Regarded my life, or cared if I perished.

    II. The psalmist, having no human help, calls upon God.

    1. "Thou art my refuge," &c. My hidingplaee.

    2. "Thou art my portion," &c. While I live in this world.

    Then he sends up his prayer, fortified by a double argument.

    1. From the lamentable condition he was brought into: "I was brought low," &c.

    2. From the malice and power of his enemies: "Deliver me," &c.

    Again he renews his prayer, and presses it from the final cause: "Bring my soul," &c.

    Upon which follow two effects: - 1. His gratitude: "That I may praise thy name." 2. That of others: "The righteous shall compass me," &c. Come unto me.

    3. The reason for this: "For thou shalt deal bountifully with me." Bestow favours upon me, having delivered me from my former miseries; which men seeing, who are commonly the friends of prosperity, will magnify and resort to me.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    David's comfort in prayer.

    --There can be no situation so distressing or dangerous, in which fait will not get comfort from God by prayer. We are apt to show ou troubles too much to ourselves, poring upon them, which does us n service; whereas, by showing them to God, we might cast the cares upo him who careth for us, and thereby ease ourselves. Nor should we allo any complaint to ourselves or others, which we cannot make to God. When our spirits are overwhelmed by distress, and filled with discouragement; when we see snares laid for us on every side, while we walk in his way, we may reflect with comfort that the Lord knoweth ou path. Those who in sincerity take the Lord for their God, find his all-sufficient, as a Refuge, and as a Portion: every thing else is refuge of lies, and a portion of no value. In this situation Davi prayed earnestly to God. We may apply it spiritually; the souls of believers are often straitened by doubts and fears. And it is the their duty and interest to beg of God to set them at liberty, that the may run the way of his commandments. Thus the Lord delivered David from his powerful persecutors, and dealt bountifully with him. Thus he raised the crucified Redeemer to the throne of glory, and made him Hea over all things for his church. Thus the convinced sinner cries for help, and is brought to praise the Lord in the company of his redeeme people; and thus all believers will at length be delivered from thi evil world, from sin and death, and praise their Saviour for ever __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    הוציאה 3318 ממסגר 4525 נפשׁי 5315 להודות 3034 את 853  שׁמך 8034  בי  יכתרו 3803 צדיקים 6662 כי 3588  תגמל 1580  עלי׃ 5921  


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