Psalms Chapter 65 (Original 1611 KJV Bible)
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1 Dauid prayeth God for his grace. 4 The blessednesse of Gods chosen, by reason of benefits.
View Wesley's Notes for Psalms Chapter 65
65:4 Approach - To draw near to God in his house and ordinance, by prayer and praise, and other acts of communion with him. Satisfied - With the blessings there conferred upon thy people, the favour and fellowship of God, remission of sins, renovation of heart and life, joy and peace, and well - grounded assurance of eternal life.
65:5 Righteousness - By virtue of thy faithfulness, and goodness. Wilt thou - Thou wilt graciously answer our prayers. The confidence - Thou art the stay and support of all mankind, by thy powerful and gracious providence.
65:7 Tumult - No less wild and impetuous.
65:8 Thy tokens - Terrible thunders and lightnings, and earthquakes, and comets or other strange meteors, or works of God in the air. Morning - The successive courses of the morning and evening; or of the sun and moon which go forth at those times. Thus the whole verse speaks of the natural works of God, the former clause, of such as are extraordinary and terrible, the latter of such as are ordinary and delightful.
65:9 River - With rain, which he very significantly calls a river for its plenty, and the river of God, of God's immediate providing. Them - The inhabitants of the earth. Provided - Or, disposed, the earth, which without this would be hard and barren.
65:10 Bringest down - For the rain dissolves the high and hard clods of earth.
65:12 Wilderness - Which though neglected by men, are furnished with food for beasts.
65:13 Sing - They are abundantly satisfied with thy goodness, and in their manner sing forth the praise of their benefactor.
Psalms Chapter 65 Sidenote References (from Original 1611 KJV Bible):
1 Heb. is silent.
3 Heb. words or matters of iniquities.
8 Or, to sing.
9 Or, after thou hadst made it to desire raine.
10 Or, thou causest raine to descend into the furrowes thereof. , Heb. thou dissoluest it.
11 Heb. the yeere of thy goodnesse.
12 Heb. are girded with ioy.
* Courtesy of Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania
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