It is such a sight as none of us would wish to see, and yet if we did see it we might thus be lifted up to the very noblest style of manhood. But when the lion is foiled, the dragon lurks in the sand, in order to excite the soul with his poisonous breath; breathing therein the lust of earthly things. In a measure this also is true of physical evil; the Lord still puts a difference between Israel and Egypt in the day of his plagues. William Dawson. am I in my way? By danger. The illuminated eye of God's favourite sees everything in the Lord to supply his necessities; everything to satisfy his desires, all his own; which makes the soul delight itself in the Lord, and he rests in his love. The poor negro said this in the simplicity of his heart, as really believing a plurality of gods. Well, but besides this, "He will give his angels charge to keep thee in all thy ways, "not in some of thy ways, but in all thy ways. It will not in all cases ward off disease and death, but where the man is such as the first verse describes, it will assuredly render him immortal where others die; if all the saints are not so sheltered it is because they have not all such a close abiding with God, and consequently not such confidence in the promise. O you that be in fear of any danger, leave all carnal shifts, and carking counsels, and projects, and dwell in the rock of God's power and providence, and be like the dove that nestles in the holes of the rock; by faith betake yourselves unto God, by faith dwell in that rock, and there nestle yourselves, make your nests of safety in the clefts of this rock. The Lord has reasons for preserving his own—because, "(Ps 91:9). In addition to all which, they had to be perpetually on their guard against the insidious attacks of the savage monsters and reptiles of "that great and terrible wilderness", as Moses describes it on another occasion, "wherein were fiery serpents, and scorpions, and drought; where there was no water" (De 8:15); and where, also, as we learn from other parts of Scripture, bears, lions, leopards or tigers, and "the wolf of the evening", as Jeremiah has beautifully expressed it, prowled without restraint. Since the greatest ills may arise out of little accidents, it shows the wisdom of the Lord that from the smaller evils we are protected. Why art thou proud, O man? Drusius fetches it from the same root, but in piel, which is to decree; showing that the pestilence is a thing decreed in heaven, not casual. He will finally obtain a complete victory over them—"Thou shalt tread, "etc. Verse 11. is not the plague, said he, in my own palace, and yet I do not think of removing." Blessed is that communion with God which renders us impervious to midnight frights, and horrors born of darkness. But lo! To keep thee in all thy ways. is not his hand steady to hit the persons he aims at? Verse 4. Some hearts grow old before their time; With long life will I satisfy him. . Thou shalt not be afraid. So that to "know his name" is to know himself, as revealed in the Gospel. We sin too often, and should catch many more falls, if those holy guardians did not uphold us. Christ's wings are both for healing and for hiding (Mt 4:2), for curing and securing us; the devil and his instruments would soon devour the servants of God, if he did not set an invincible guard about them, and cover them with the golden feathers of his protection. The evil is bounded—"only, "(Ps 91:8). He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High. . Then a man is safe when he hath got this tower to be his tower, when he hath gotten God to be his God. Verse 14. The reason is, their enemies may kill their watch, and corrupt their guard. (3) To these two, some add another abuse, in a subtle concealment of the following verse in Ps 91:13: Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder. The blessings here promised are not for all believers, but for those who live in close fellowship with God. What act of faith is it? Love for love: "Because, "etc. The providence which moved the tradesman to place those verses in his window I gratefully acknowledge, and in the remembrance of its marvellous power I adore the Lord my God. Saints are first called of God and then they call upon God; such calls as theirs always obtain answers. In 1576, Cardinal Carlo Borromeo, Archbishop of Milan, the worthiest of all the successors of St. Ambrose, when he learnt at Lodi, that the plague had made its appearance in his city, went at once to the city. the asp is upon you forthwith. truly done each day. Why dost thou boast thyself, O smatterer? What if we have more afflictions than others, if we have more of God's company? G. R. S. Patris Bernardi, in Psalmum 90. What faith is it? "He will give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee, "not in some but "in all thy ways." Herbert also, speaking of Curroon, says, "That year his empire was so wounded with God's arrows of plague, pestilence, and famine, as this thousand years before was never so terrible." (2) But the favourite of the Lord knows his name as revealed to Moses, as "The Lord, the Lord God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in goodness and truth, keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving iniquity, and transgression, and sin." (1) He first knows my name as a sin hating, sin avenging God; and this knowledge was a means of leading him to a deep sense of his own personal corruption, guilt, and danger as a sinner. His "strength is to sit still" there. Verse 7. For he shall give his angels charge over thee. And is there care in heaven, and is there love This promise concerning length of life contains a gift of God by no means to be despised. Verses 11-12. His coach and six were accordingly at the door, his baggage put up, and all things in readiness for the journey. Tell us, I pray, blessed Paul, what this snare of the devil is, from which the faithful soul rejoices that it is delivered? First, from dangers, according to the promise in one of the Psalms, "Because thou hast made the Lord who is my refuge, even the Most High thy habitation: there shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling." Which constitute their age. In heavenly spirits to these creatures base, The days of our years are threescore years and ten, "(Ps 90:9-10.) Verse 2-4. All the time the plague lasted, which was four months, his exertions were fearless and unwearied, and what was remarkable was, that of his whole household only two died, and they were persons who had not been called to go about among the sick. Saint Bernard interprets this of heaven;because he thought nothing long that had an end. Second, what the Lord says to him. Verse 5. The Rev. This is the promise of the present life. He shall give his angels charge over thee, etc. The effect upon my heart was immediate. Psalm 91:1-2 has become one of my favorite passages of Scripture:. Joseph thrown into a pit, and afterwards sold into Egypt, and by these hazards brought to be a nursing father to the church. Psalmi 91. The exposure of all men to fear. Le Blanc. Do not so much fear losing your estate or your liberty or your lives, as losing your way, and leaving your way: fear that more than any tiring; nothing but sin exposes you to misery. First, indeed, because of thy own escape; secondly, on account of thy complete security; thirdly, for the sake of comparison; fourthly, because of the perfect preeminence of justice itself. shall be foiled in the case of the man whose high and honourable condition consists in residence within the holy place of the Most High. One case may not be judged alone lest we misjudge, but instances of divine visitation will be plentiful in the memory of any attentive observer of men and things; from all these put together we may fairly draw conclusions, and unless we shut our eyes to that which is self evident, we shall soon perceive that there is after all a moral ruler over the sons of men, who sooner or later rewards the ungodly with due punishment. The protection here promised is exceeding broad as to place, for it refers to all our ways, and what do we wish for more? . The power, excellence, fruit, reasonableness, and open avowal of personal faith. I will be with him trouble. A "wrested" Scripture righted. His council of clergy advised him to remain in some healthy part of his diocese till the sickness should have spent itself, but he replied that a bishop, whose duty it is to give his life for his sheep, could not rightly abandon them in time of peril. 2 Dicet Domino : Susceptor meus es tu et refugium meum ; Deus meus, sperabo in eum.. 3 Quoniam ipse liberavit me de laqueo venantium, et a verbo aspero.. 4 Scapulis suis obumbrabit tibi, et sub pennis ejus sperabis.. 5 Scuto circumdabit te veritas ejus : non timebis a timore nocturno ; The imagery of the Psalm seems to be in part drawn from that Passover Night, when the Destroying Angel passed through Egypt, while the faithful and obedient Israelites were sheltered by God. Bernard, quoted by Le Blanc. He has never failed us, why then should we suspect him? William Dawson. J. Paulus Palanterius. It did not look like a trade announcement, nor was it, for it bore in a good bold handwriting these words: Because thou hast made the Lord, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation; there shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling. God also knows our frame, and requires his best at every man's hand. One who is in intimate, personal, secret, abiding communion with God, dwelling near the mercyseat, within the veil. From "A Book of Golden Deeds, "1864. As God would have it, the guide whom the people had sent with him to prevent his going out of the right way mistook, and led him into a bypath, yet brought him at last to his journey's end. This saving knowledge is always vital, active, and powerful. 2. Men are apt enough to proclaim their doubts, and even to boast of them, indeed there is a party nowadays of the most audacious pretenders to culture and thought, who glory in casting suspicion upon every thing: hence it becomes the duty of all true believers to speak out and testify with calm courage to their own well grounded reliance upon their God. There is a threefold preservation which the church and the members of it may look for from divine providence. The furnace tries the gold, and the temptation of trouble just men. For it is upon record, and, as it were, delivered to them in writing in one Psalm, They keep all our bones, Ps 34:20; in this, they keep our very foot, putting it in security (Ps 91:12); and elsewhere our whole man and every member. Let others hope in other things, one in his knowledge of letters, another in his worldly wisdom, one in his nobility, one in his dignity, another in some other vanity, for thy sake I have made all things loss, and count them but dung; since Thou, Lord, art my hope. The serving God in little things, the carrying religious principles into the details of life, the discipline of our tempers, the regulation of our speech, the domestic Christianity, the momentary sacrifices, the secret and unobserved self denials; who that knows anything of the difficulties of piety, does not know that there is greater danger of his failing in these than in trials of apparently far higher cost, and harder endurance; if on no other account, yet because the very absence of what looks important, or arduous, is likely to throw him off his guard, make him careless or confident, and thereby almost insure defect or defeat? To whom these promises belong; who is the he and the him to whom these promises are made. 1. Many enemies indeed will plot against his life, and desire to extinguish him as suddenly and as quickly as possible; but I shall so guard him that he shall live to a good old age and be filled with years, and desire to depart from life. This then being the meaning of that which the prophet calleth the "secret place of the most High", and our dwelling in it, by confidence in him; we learn, in all troubles, to cleave to God chiefly or only for help, and to means but as underlings to his providence. With long life will I satisfy him, etc. (2) Another delightful ingredient in this settled love is, admiration. Days of horror and nights of terror are for other men, his days and nights are alike spent with God, and therefore pass away in sacred quiet. (last clause). It is not because of perfect love that God will deliver. Oh, my soul, am I in my way? 1 Laus cantici David. I will answer him. Verse 1. Here have been many cruel plagues, but none was ever more cruel: to be sick and dead was almost the same thing. When men truly know God to be a deliverer, they both put confidence in Him, and call upon Him. What faith is this, what trust is that which God hath promised protection and deliverance to in the time of a plague? They for us fight, they watch and duly ward, Verse 7. He, no matter who he may be, rich or poor, learned or unlearned, patrician or plebeian, young or old, for "God is no respecter of persons", but "he is rich to all that call upon him." I wish not myself to invent it, nor to deliver to you what is subject to doubt. What we have actually seen of the reward of the wicked. 2. The shadow. So when we are weak and fainting, and unable to meet the brunt of battle, and striving against sin and sorrow and the wrath of man He is our safe, quiet resting place—our fortress also where no harm can reach us, no attack injure us. Beasts doubtless. Thomas Caryl. Verse 16. 1. Verse 12. Copyright © 2001 by Phillip R. Johnson. Dear reader, pray for grace to say, "In him will I trust.". But how may we do this thing, and what is the way to do it? Everything is here—all possible ascription of honour, and glory, and power to Him "as God"—"God over all, blessed for ever, "and of love, reverence, trust, obedience, and filial relation towards him on the part of the Psalmist, as MY God ...when reflecting on the refuge and strength which the Lord has always been to him, and recalling his blessed experiences of sweet communion with God—words fail him. Joseph Caryl. Under the ancient ceremony, the high priest only could enter, and that but once a year, into the holy place, where stood the emblems of the divine glory and presence; but under the present bright and merciful dispensation, every true believer has access, with boldness, into the holiest of all; and he who now dwelleth in the secret place of prayer and communion with the God of salvation, shall find the divine mercy and care spread over him for his daily protection and solace. But each knows his own capability in this way. And it is as though the Psalmist feared lest (as is too often the case with us) we should, in dwelling on the promises and blessings of God, and applying them to ourselves, forget the condition to which they are annexed—the character of those who are to receive them. 12.). It is most desirable that we should not stumble, but as the way is rough, it is most gracious on the Lord's part to send his servants to bear us up above the loose pebbles. MY GOD! Yes, nigh him, but not so nigh as to hurt him: the power of God can bring us near to danger, and yet keep us far from harm. And these angels, seeing we are so dear to God, that for our sakes he spared not his own Son, take this charge with all their hearts upon them, and omit nothing of their duty from our birth to the end of our life. Why should we not always consider with ourselves and say, But am I in my way? Charge; charge is a strict command, more than a bare command; as when you would have a servant do a business certainly and fully, you lay a charge upon him, I charge you that you do not neglect that business; you do not barely tell what he should do, prescribe him his work, but you charge him to do it. "What, say they, is not the plague the dart of Almighty God, and can we escape the blow that he levels at us? Pestilence. Fifth. Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night. 1628 (4to). There is, else much more wretched were the race The diseases of all hot climates, and especially where vegetation is highly luxuriant, and marshes and miry swamps are abundant, as in the wilderness here referred to, proceed from the accumulating vapours of the night, or from the violence of the sun's rays at midday. In another life, after he shall be satisfied with this life. Bless ye the Lord, all ye his hosts, ye ministers of his that do his pleasure." Amongst the dead, amidst the graves.". The Omnipotent Lord will shield all those who dwell with him, they shall remain under his care as guests under the protection of their host. He shall give his angels charge, etc. He acknowledges that this plague is terrible to nature; and then by his trust in divine protection he promises himself this security, that he shall not fear the evil, which would otherwise make human nature quail. The more closely we cling to our Almighty Father the more confident may we be. Fear by night, nor shaft by day.". As God's providence is particular in regard of our persons, so it is universal in regard of our ways. So while these nurses so bear us, can we be ill danger? The Apostle shows us this snare, for he was not ignorant of the devices of these fowlers. W. Mompesson was rector of Eyam in Derbyshire, in the time of the plague that nearly depopulated the town in the year 1666. (2) But more especially in his clipping and mutilating of it. Nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness. "I will be with him in trouble." 4. The Ministry of Angels as employed by God. The life of Israel in the wilderness was shortened by Disobedience. 463-500. Verse 1. Observe the joyful contrast here to the mournful words in the foregoing Psalm. David Dickson. There is also a faith of reliance, whereby a man doth rely upon God for salvation; this is a justifying faith, true justifying faith; this is true faith indeed; but I do not find in this Psalm, that this promise of protection and deliverance in the time of a plague is entailed upon this, nor that this is here mentioned. Qui habitat in adjutorio Altissimi, in protectione Dei cæli commorabitur. As the Apostle assures all believers (Ro 16:20), "God shall tread down Satan (that old serpent) under your feet shortly." The sight of God's judgments softens the heart, excites a solemn awe, creates gratitude, and so stirs up the deepest kind of adoration. Verse 2. Bernard. Westminster Assembly's Annotations. Andrew A. Bonar. (b) Diversified: subtle and powerful—"lion and adder; " new and old—"young lion" and the" old dragon.". 2. And it is he who chooses to dwell in the secret place of the most High, who shall "abide under the shadow of the Almighty." -. (b) The evidence of his love to them: "I will deliver him"—from sin, from danger, from temptation, from every evil. The ignorance of that negro has just now preached to me a very useful sermon. To carry them in their hands is a metaphor, and signifies a perfect execution of their custody, to have a special care of them, and therefore is rather expressed so, than carrying them on their shoulders. Verse 3. The protecting shadow—security, peace, etc. And it is in allusion to this double source of mischief that the psalmist exclaims most beautifully on another occasion, Ps 121:6: "The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night." As he was walking through his hall with his hat on, his cane under his arm, and putting on his gloves, in order to step into his carriage, he overheard his negro, who served him as postillion, saying to another servant. Those who through rich grace obtain unusual and continuous communion with God, so as to abide in Christ and Christ in them, become possessors of rare and special benefits, which are missed by those who follow afar off, and grieve the Holy Spirit of God. God is our "refuge." hits. The man has known the attributes of God so as to trust in him, and then by experience has arrived at a yet deeper knowledge, this shall be regarded by the Lord as a pledge of his grace, and he will set the owner of it above danger or fear, where he shall dwell in peace and joy. Psalm 91. From how many falls and bruises have they saved us! Preservation from minor evils most precious because they are often most grievous, lead to greater evils, and involve much damage. If God would visit me here with, how could I avoid it? Thus he is with them as their physician and nurse, in pain and sickness; as their strength in weakness; as their guide in difficulty; their ease in pain; and as their life in death. He therefore pauses here to remind us of the opening verses of the Psalm, by repeating again their substance. Ever consider this, Am I in my way? We must make the Lord our habitation by choosing him for our trust and rest, and then we shall receive immunity from harm; no evil shall touch us personally, and no stroke of judgment shall assail our household. 1. "He, his shadowy plumes outspread. Hence we find safety attributed to the knowledge of the Lord. Mary B. M. Duncan, in "Under the Shadow", 1867. Verse 14. Konnam thaim anik kednam purtem zatolem? Remember that the voice which saith "thou shalt not fear" is that of God himself, who hereby pledges his word for the safety of those who abide under his shadow, nay, not for their safety only, but for their serenity. I think we sometimes discourage ourselves by a misconception of the exact meaning of the expression, "answer, "taking it to mean only grant. (Ps 49:12) Men are certainly beasts, wandering sheep, having no shepherd. In "UNDER THE SHADOW: being additional leaves from the Note Book of the late Mary B.M. Kelekar was instrumental in establishing ‘Novem Goem’, a fortnightly Konkani magazine post liberation in 1962. Well, what then were the angels with him for his protection; the very sea would not be quiet till he was thrown overboard: instead of angels to protect him, he had a whale to devour him. 2. William Bridge. Not with destruction before him black as night, but with salvation bright as noonday smiling upon him he shall enter into his rest. That arrow is not made which can destroy the righteous, for the Lord hath said, "No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper." How can I relieve thy pain and soften thy sufferings? Note, he who dwells in the secret place of the Most High is not he that conjures up one or two slight and fleeting acts of hope in Him, but the man that places in him an assiduous and constant confidence. They that will be rich (in this world?) Whole nations are infected, yet the man who communes with God is not affected by the contagion; he holds the truth when falsehood is all the fashion. Verse 16. But it is in the face of our Lord Jesus Christ, that God appears most delightful. The fears of night, the darts of day. Christ in us, by sympathy with our nature—Christ in us, by the indwelling of his Spirit in each individual heart—thus he knows all our needs. Nor is this more a terror to the ungodly, than to the righteous a comfort. G. R. 1. ; like hamlets of olden time clustered beneath castle walls. Or, if there be a difference, it is only that the peril to the soul from a slight injury is far greater than that to the body: the worst spiritual diseases might commonly be traced to inconsiderable beginnings. My delights, he says, are with the sons of men. Therefore does he beautifully join together these two things: the first, in saying, Thou shalt not be afraid;the second, by adding, For the terror. And the last letter of Psalm 91 is also “yod”! how few we find who can boast of freedom from this snare, how many who grieve that they seem to themselves too little enmeshed in the net, and who still labour and toil with all their strength to involve and entangle themselves more and more. And thou shalt tread on the lion and dragon. + Text Size —. This, indeed, is the emphasis of heaven's joy; those blessed souls never sin, never weep more; they shall not only be with the Lord, but ever with the Lord. Bythner. Robert Horn. By stones are meant all difficulties, objections, perils, both to the outward and inward man, as Christ is said to take care of hairs and sparrows, that is, of every thing even to a hair. 2 I will say 1 to the Lord, “My c refuge and my d fortress, my God, in whom I e trust.” 3 For he will deliver you from f the snare of the fowler . Interestingly, the first letter of the word, “yashav” is “yod,” which is a picture of a hand. Invisible protection from invisible dangers; wisdom to meet cunning, love to war with cruelty, omnipresence to match mystery, life to baffle death. I confess indeed, through the free grace and mercy of God, the belly of destruction was made a chamber of preservation to him, but he was out of his way; and instead of an angel to keep him that he dash not his foot, his whole body was thrown overboard. So nearly we participate of his Divine things, that we have his own guard royal to attend us. It is to the will to love and serve—it is to the setting the heart, that the promise is made—to the "full purpose of heart" that is set to cleave unto the Lord. I will be with him in trouble, or "I am with him in trouble." Verse 1. Mary B. M. Duncan. Their dominion over the powers of darkness makes them cry, "Lord, even the devils are subject unto us through thy word.". When once it is on the saint's head it can never fall, or be snatched off; it is a feast, but such a one that hath a sitting down to it but no rising up from it. He hath known my name. Faith appropriated the passage as her own. For if an angel would keep even a Balaam from sinning, how much more careful are all those glorious powers to prevent the miscarriages of God's children! If the expectation of the just be gladness, and such gladness, that no object of desire in the world is worthy to be compared with it, what will the thing itself be which is expected? Verse 13. It is here put for any large number. Verse 13. Verse 14. It was too full of activities. And hence the Israelites were miraculously defended against both during their passage through the wilderness by the pillar of a cloud in the daytime, to ward off the solar rays; and by the pillar of fire by night, to dissipate the collecting vapours, and preserve the atmosphere clear, dry, and healthy. 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