If I should count them, they are more in number than the sand: Every person has in his or her body sufficient proof that God exists. Do not I hate them, O Jehovah, that hate thee?
This teaches that death itself cannot hide people from the knowledge and ultimate judgment of God. And the light about me shall be night; Even the darkness hideth not from thee, But the night shineth as the day; The darkness and the light are both alike to thee.
All our actions are ventilated by the judgment of God, Ps. How precious also are thy thoughts unto me, O God! To say that something as finely balanced and complex as the human body is the result of sheer chance plus time is nothing short of ludicrous!
If I take the wings of the morning, And dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea; Even there shall thy hand lead me, And thy right hand shall hold me.
How precious are they! Equally forced is the meaning given to the words by others — Thou hast made me to get acquainted or accustomed with my ways; as if he praised God for being endued with wisdom and counsel. If there are about words on an ordinary page of printed type, this corresponds to about two million pages.
The omniscience of God reaches to all persons and things; but the psalmist only takes notice of it as respecting himself. Some forafar off read beforehand, in which signification the Hebrew word is elsewhere taken, as if he had said — O Lord, every thought which I conceive in my heart is already known to thee beforehand.
He acknowledges, with wonder and thankfulness, the care God had taken of him all his days, v. Thou hast beset me behind and before, so that, go which way I will, I am under thy eye and cannot possibly escape it.
By the way, even if you suffer from birth defects, God declares that He made you. AS Jebb said, there are a dozen such earmarks in this psalm. You have more than bones, each shaped for its function, connected intricately to one another through lubricated joints that cannot be perfectly duplicated by modern science.
Verse 19 "Surely thou wilt slay the wicked, O God,: When I awake, I am still with thee. Thou hast beset me behind and before, And laid thy hand upon me. Try me, and know my thoughts; And see if there be any wicked way in me, And lead me in the way everlasting.
If a typical book contains such pages, the information content of a single human chromosome corresponds to some 4, volumes.
When what is written here is understood of merely a single individual, it is "wonderful," but when it is multiplied by all of the individuals who ever lived on earth or who may yet live upon it, the immensity of this "wonder" is astronomically increased, surpassing all the laws of geometrical progression.
Spurgeon helpfully explains the balance: What principles guide how much we share with others?Read Psalm in your preferred Bible translation. The “rewrite” of Psalm below is an attempt to The “rewrite” of Psalm below is an attempt to capture the words that God would give Jeff to pray (Romans ).
Psalm Re-Written and Explanations Essay were made and where we came from so he does not discriminate. Characteristics of God God is all knowing, as he created everything with intentions for things to ultimately be the way things are.
Chapter Some of the Jewish doctors are of opinion that this is the most excellent of all the psalms of David; and a very pious devout meditation it is upon the doctrine of God’s omniscience, which we should therefore have our hearts fixed upon and filled with in singing this psalm.
Psalm No Escape From God That is the message of the beautifully-crafted Psalm It’s not a generic psalm; it’s intensely personal, between David and God (note the frequent “I” & “me”).
I believe God slaughtered a lamb and explained to Adam and Eve the coming Lamb of God who would take away the sin of the world.
Can. Coffman's Commentaries on the Bible. PSALM THE OMNISCIENCE; OMNIPRESENCE; AND OMNIPOTENCE OF GOD.
This writer's love of this psalm is enhanced by his remembrance of the frequent reading of it in the chapel services of Abilene Christian College by Dean Henry Eli Speck in the years of Commentaries for Psalm Chapter God knows all things.
God has perfect knowledge of us, and all our thoughts and actions are open before him View the entire commentary. He is every where present. We cannot see God, but he can see us View the entire commentary.Download