SEV Biblia, Chapter 51:7 Â¶ Purifícame con hisopo, y seré limpio; lávame, y seré emblanquecido más que la nieve.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 50:7 Verse 7. Purge me with hyssop ] ynafjt techatteeni, "thou shalt make a sin-offering for me;" probably alluding to the cleansing of the leper: Lev. xiv. 1, &c. The priest took two clean birds, cedar-wood, scarlet, and hyssop; one of the birds was killed; and the living bird, with the scarlet, cedar, and hyssop, dipped in the blood of the bird that had been killed, and then sprinkled over the person who had been infected. But it is worthy of remark that this ceremony was not performed till the plague of the leprosy had been healed in the leper; (Lev. xiv. 3;) and the ceremony above mentioned was for the purpose of declaring to the people that the man was healed, that he might be restored to his place in society, having been healed of a disease that the finger of God alone could remove.
This David seems to have full in view; hence he requests the Lord to make the sin-offering for him, and to show to the people that he had accepted him, and cleansed him from his sin.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 7-15 - Purge me with hyssop, with the blood of Christ applied to my soul by lively faith, as the water of purification was sprinkled with a bunc of hyssop. The blood of Christ is called the blood of sprinkling, He 12:24. If this blood of Christ, which cleanses from all sin, cleanse u from our sin, then we shall be clean indeed, Heb 10:2. He asks not to be comforted, till he is first cleansed; if sin, the bitter root of sorrow, be taken away, he can pray in faith, Let me have well-grounded peace, of thy creating, so that the bones broken by convictions may rejoice, may be comforted. Hide thy face from my sins blot out all mine iniquities out of thy book; blot them out, as a clou is blotted out and dispelled by the beams of the sun. And the believe desires renewal to holiness as much as the joy of salvation. David no saw, more than ever, what an unclean heart he had, and sadly lament it; but he sees it is not in his own power to amend it, and therefor begs God would create in him a clean heart. When the sinner feels thi change is necessary, and reads the promise of God to that purpose, he begins to ask it. He knew he had by his sin grieved the Holy Spirit and provoked him to withdraw. This he dreads more than anything. He prays that Divine comforts may be restored to him. When we giv ourselves cause to doubt our interest in salvation, how can we expec the joy of it? This had made him weak; he prays, I am ready to fall either into sin or into despair, therefore uphold me with thy Spirit Thy Spirit is a free Spirit, a free Agent himself, working freely. An the more cheerful we are in our duty, the more constant we shall be to it. What is this but the liberty wherewith Christ makes his people free, which is contrasted with the yoke of bondage? Ga 5:1. It is the Spirit of adoption spoken to the heart. Those to whom God is the God of salvation, he will deliver from guilt; for the salvation he is the God of, is salvation from sin. We may therefore plead with him, Lord, tho art the God of my salvation, therefore deliver me from the dominion of sin. And when the lips are opened, what should they speak but the praises of God for his forgiving mercy?
Original Hebrew תחטאני 2398 באזוב 231 ואטהר 2891 תכבסני 3526 ומשׁלג 7950 אלבין׃ 3835