Psalms Chapter 102
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Matthew Henry's Psalms Chapter 102 Bible commentary...
A sorrowful complaint of great afflictions. (1-11) Encouragement by expecting the performances of God's promises to his church. (12-22) The unchangeableness of God. (23-28)
1-11 The whole word of God is of use to direct us in prayer; but here, is often elsewhere, the Holy Ghost has put words into our mouths. Here is a prayer put into the hands of the afflicted; let them present it to God. Even good men may be almost overwhelmed with afflictions. It is our duty and interest to pray; and it is comfort to an afflicted spirit to unburden itself, by a humble representation of its griefs. We must say, Blessed be the name of the Lord, who both gives and takes away. The psalmist looked upon himself as a dying man; My days are like a shadow.
12-22 We are dying creatures, but God is an everlasting God, the protector of his church; we may be confident that it will not be neglected. When we consider our own vileness, our darkness and deadness, and the manifold defects in our prayers, we have cause to fear that they will not be received in heaven; but we are here assured of the contrary, for we have an Advocate with the Father, and are under grace, not under the law. Redemption is the subject of praise in the Christian church; and that great work is described by the temporal deliverance and restoration of Israel. Look down upon us, Lord Jesus; and bring us into the glorious liberty of thy children, that we may bless and praise thy name.
23-28 Bodily distempers soon weaken our strength, then what can we expect but that our months should be cut off in the midst; and what should we do but provide accordingly? We must own God's hand in it; and must reconcile this to his love, for often those that have used their strength well, have it weakened; and those who, as we think, can very ill be spared, have their days shortened. It is very comfortable, in reference to all the changes and dangers of the church, to remember that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, to-day, and for ever. And in reference to the death of our bodies, and the removal of friends, to remember that God is an everlasting God. Do not let us overlook the assurance this psalm contains of a happy end to all the believer's trials. Though all things are changing, dying, perishing, like a vesture folding up and hastening to decay, yet Jesus lives, and thus all is secure, for he hath said, Because I live ye shall live also.
ALO SUNDAY's Psalms Chapter 102 comment about verse 13 on 8/20/2014, 5:22pm...
LISTEN IT IS SET TIME BUT YOU ARISE AND ENFORCE IT TO HAPPEN FOR YOU.WHEN THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL REFUSE TO ENFORCE IT THEY SPEND EXTRA 30YRS IN BONDAGE.SO RISE AND SAY OH LORD! DO NOT TARRYON MY SET TIME
Owojuyigbe johnson's Psalms Chapter 102 comment about verse 13 on 6/13/2014, 10:33am...
There is always a set time of favour but you need to wait for it because God is the only possible God.The vision may be delay but it will surely come and it is NOW.Hak 2 3
Feyisayo's Psalms Chapter 102 comment about verse 13 on 5/14/2014, 8:26am...
I woke up this passage on mind a day ago,I believe it is God 's word to me.i believe it,I receive it and will keep confessing it
Nkechi Caleb's Psalms Chapter 102 comment about verse 28 on 2/12/2014, 2:05pm...
The righeous and their seed shall live long and prosper
Faithfull's Psalms Chapter 102 comment about verse 26 on 2/05/2014, 4:22pm...
Psalms 102:26. They shall perish, but thou shalt endure: yea, all of them shall wax old like a garment; as a vesture shalt thou change them, and they shall be changed:
As the wicked hoped for the righteous to were them out to utterly put an end of them who love the Lord: Them of the faith and of the Spirit shall endure while the wicked wax old and are then cast into the fire as a worthless minstrel rag.
Ezekiel 22:20 As they gather silver, and brass, and iron, and lead, and tin, into the midst of the furnace, to blow the fire upon it, to melt it; so will I gather you in mine anger and in my fury, and I will leave you there, and melt you.
Amos 9:13 Behold, the days come, saith the LORD, that the plowman shall overtake the reaper, and the treader of grapes him that soweth seed; and the mountains shall drop sweet wine, and all the hills shall melt.
Exodus 15:15 Then the dukes of Edom shall be amazed; the mighty men of Moab, trembling shall take hold upon them; all the inhabitants of Canaan shall melt away.
Adeola Gbenga Adekeye's Psalms Chapter 102 comment about verse 26 on 2/05/2014, 10:51am...
psalms 102:26 is a revelational and prophetic declaration that gives the insight into what would happen to this sinful world at the end time.Also,it makes us to have a clear understanding about the transition into the new heaven and new earth that would take place after the millennia reign.
Chidinma Eziyi's Psalms Chapter 102 comment on 1/15/2014, 11:51pm...
for our God is n all generations and his yesrs sre un ending so
our times are in his hands we just have to look up to him who
has the power to keep and preserve our destines our fears
should be droped st his feet and total trust and confidence rest in him forever for he lives so much in this chapter as our brother David described him.
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