It is not the water without a vessel, if it were as large as the Atlantic, that would sink it; but the water that gets in. Disappointments are sent us because God means to cite us something better than what we have chosen for ourselves. drying up the river Jordan, and giving them the law on Mount 1599-1645. therefore — that is, finding no comfort in myself, I turn to Thee, even in this distant “land of Jordan and the (mountains) Hermon, the country east of Jordan. Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. 3. A specification. Here is the fundamental principle of relief from crushing burdens of care. I will remember Thee, for I am not my own, but Thine. Are there not spots toward which you can look, where God perhaps freed your mind from a grievous snare and temptation, and made you free indeed--where perhaps God commanded a wonderful deliverance for you--where He turned the valley of death into the morning--where at evening-tide it was made light. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tcc/psalms-42.html. (Bishop Griswold.). Why, my soul, are you downcast? Jay. The NASB Study Bible (p. 781) has an interesting suggestion that the psalmist was a Korahite Levite taken captive by … 42 As the deer pants [longingly] for the water brooks, So my [ a]soul pants [longingly] for You, O God. Jonah evidently based his prayer (Jonah 2:7) on the prayer of David: "When my soul fainted within me I remembered the Lord: and my prayer came in unto thee, into thine holy temple." “David,” says Calvin, “represents himself here as divided into two parts. Now, Psalms 42:7 is an expansion of the thought: my soul is troubled, Psalms 42:8-10, an expansion of this: I think of thee. "The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge". It would seem from the following verse, however, that it was not far from the Jordan. O my God. I know that all you say about yourself is only too true; but, now, let me hear what you have to say about Christ.” What a change would come over our spirits if we were all to act thus! A skillful song, or a didactic or reflective poem, of the sons of Korah. Man's natural instinct, when his soul is cast down within him, is to forget God, and not to remember Him, to let God and the higher world slip out of his relaxing hand. A Christian merchant, some years ago, who had retired from business, and employed his substance in the cause of God, lately said to me, “I have found my troubles increase in life precisely in proportion to the number of my servants, and the growth of my property.” Paul says, “We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed.” This is well. Consider the reason, nature, and fruit of David's remembrance of God when "his soul was cast down within him." 1874-1909. The river Jordan, and the mountains of Hermon, were the most striking features of the holy land. The verse evidently gives in rapid outline, what in Psalms 42:7-10 is more fully delineated. 1870. ; which might be so in comparison of Hermon. propr. ἡ ψυχή μου ἐ ταραχθη, comp. Psalms 42:6 is understood to teach that David's place of exile was somewhere east of the Jordan headwaters in the vicinity of Mount Hermon. The little hill probably means Sion, which was little in comparison of the Hermons - Bishop Horsley. Translate, '(from the land) of the Hermons' - i:e., from the region beyond Jordan. He is a hostage so that he cannot go to the *temple and see God. Often, when I call to see a troubled Christian, do you know what he is almost sure to say? why go I mourning because of the oppression of the enemy? Copyright StatementThese files are public domain.Text Courtesy of BibleSupport.com. 1905-1909. We are ready to forget that there is a law of orderly development by which God works out His plans. enjoyed the divine Presence; or was indulged with some remarkable The words which follow are designed merely to give an idea of the desolation and sadness of his condition, and of the fact of his exile. Finally, the special mention of Hermon would be quite unsuitable here, since the Psalmist manifestly did not wish to determine exactly his place of sojourn in a geographical point of view, but only to indicate this in so far as to make it clear, how much reason on that account he had to think of the Lord. Psalm 42:6 tn Heb “my God, upon me my soul bows down.” As noted earlier, “my God” belongs with the end of v. 6. If, however, any would rather, as I have already observed, distinguish this verse into two parts, it must be understood as meaning that David thought of God in his exile, not to nourish his grief, but to assuage it. “I will remember thee from the land of Jordan,” etc. The sigh of religious depression. I will remember Thee, for I am not my own, but Thine. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/wen/psalms-42.html. flee, and where he had often met with God; and of the Hermonites; 4 My tears have been my bread day and night, c. as they ask me every day, “Where is your God?” d This was on the northeast of Palestine, beyond the Jordan. 3. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". dejection and despondency: and delightful it is to call to mind, In so far as he rests through faith in God’s promises, he raises himself, equipped with the spirit of an invincible valour against the feelings of the flesh, and at the same time blames his weakness.” David here--, God is the “health of my countenance.” He will clear away all the gloom, and make it bright with the sunshine of His love. those souls are highly favored of thee, who are most blessed with a conformity to the fellowship of thy sufferings. (Sketches of Four Hundred Sermons.). As to the word Mizar, some suppose that it was not the proper name of a mountain, and therefore translate it little, supposing that there is here an indirect comparison of the Hermons with the mountain of Sion, as if David meant to say that Sion, which was comparatively a small hill, was greater in his estimation than the lofty Hermons; but it appears to me that this would be a constrained interpretation. The Cisjordanic land was the land of Canaan in the proper sense, comp. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". This shows the English words related to the source biblical texts along with brief definitions. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". mentioned because the law was given there; and by the hill Mizar them as a reason why David's soul was cast down in him, he being The fruit of his remembrance of God in the depths--perfect peace. Were it not for this thorn in the flesh, we should be exalted beyond measure. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". I. But Bishop Hare observes, that Hermon being nowhere read in the plural, should not be so read here. And God was the health of his countenance, the spring of his everlasting joy. In the psalm, "not seeing God" means "not *worshipping God". Roberts.). 2. dejection, when he remembered how the Israelites came from those Psalm 42 – Honest Prayer from a Discouraged Saint. 2 As the deer longs for streams of water, a. so my soul longs for you, O God. Original setting not known. Every succeeding year they appear to themselves more sinful and less worthy than in years past. Evidently he was near the Hermon range of mountains that stood north of the Sea of Chinnereth (Galilee). "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". That their case is not so dangerous as they apprehend it, I shall endeavour to show by the following considerations. 42:3, 10 (cf. (Homilist.). 6. But the greater number of expositors render the word על-כן , al-ken, by forasmuch as, or because, so that it is employed to express the reason of what is contained in the preceding clause. 4. From bodily infirmities (Isaiah 38:14-15). manifest his love, apply some gracious promise, or deliver from 2. The psalmist cannot but say that, despite all this, he is sad. So the Septuagint, the Latin Vulgate, and Luther. 19:22 ) ; which was near Sodom and Gomorrah: Kimchi thinks it Remember — I will consider thy infinite mercy and power, and faithfulness. “O my God, my soul is cast down within me.” “Man is born to trouble as the sparks fly upward.” Observe, here, the speaker himself. Matt., and in this ver. Let us pass now from the most obvious to the more subtle causes of soul-dejection. Beitr. Sometimes it is pain of body; peradventure a wearying pain, which tries the nerves, prevents sleep, distracts our attention, drives away comfort, and hides contentment from our eyes. Psalms 42:7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of thy waterspouts: all thy waves and thy billows are gone over me. "E.W. 1905. But if one trouble follow hard after another, if all seem to combine for our ruin, let us remember they are all appointed and overruled by the Lord. It is a wise plan to say to such an one, “Oh yes! It seems to us more desirable to rejoice in the Lord than to mourn His absence. God often disappoints us to teach us submission to his will. 1790. . BibliographyTorrey, R. A. But that the thinking is of a consolatory, not of a painful sort, is clear from the following considerations—1. Psalm 42:6: The Remembrance of God the Result of Mental Depression: Sketches of Four Hundred Sermons: Psalm 42:6: De Prefundis Clamavi: J. Baldwin Brown, B. The word is used here with reference to the mountain-region to which the general name of Hermon was given on the northeast of Palestine, and on the east of the sources of the Jordan. Jordan. But the same looking back from Jordan, to the very spot where now arrived, and every step in the path strewed with mercies, again brings up the soul. Compare Psalms 42:11 with Psalms 43:5. Peter felt this same panic, when he tried to walk on the water to Jesus. BibliographyTrapp, John. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. I. Thomas Coke Commentary on the Holy Bible. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tbi/psalms-42.html. 2. Consider the reason, nature, and fruit of David’s remembrance of God when his “soul was cast down within him.”. Abilene Christian University Press, Abilene, Texas, USA. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/bul/psalms-42.html. 1909-1922. The principal summit, or Mount Hermon properly so called, rises to the height of ten or twelve thousand feet, and is covered with perpetual snow; or rather, as Dr. Robinson says (Biblical Researches, iii. That pious people are accustomed to pour out their complaints to God. Ernst Hengstenberg on John, Revelation, Ecclesiastes, Ezekiel & Psalms. Hope in God, for I will yet praise him, my Savior and my God. His troubles come rushing over his soul; they all return at once; his heart is oppressed, and he is constrained to confess that, notwithstanding his solemn purpose not to be sad, and the conviction that he ought to be cheerful, and his wish to be and to appear so, yet his sorrows get the mastery over all this, and his heart is filled with grief. DeWette renders it as a proper name. Some serious Christians complain of a want of inclination to holy things, and a coldness in their devotions. They think no one cares for them. On the Welsh coast there is a small rocky island with a lighthouse, and in the lighthouse a bell, which on stormy nights rings out its solemn warning to the approaching mariner. Even here, amidst these sorrows, I will lift up my heart in grateful remembrance of him, and will think of him alone. By the land of Jordan is to be understood that part of the country which, in respect of Judea, was beyond the river of that name. 3. Mount Mizar is one of the hills in that area. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/sbc/psalms-42.html. I would remark, yet further, that a man may actually be growing in grace while he is cast down; aye, and he may really be standing higher when he is cast down than he did when he stood upright. When a man has the toothache it is often very distressing, but it does not kill him. (120). * I. This complaint is very common among God’s people. Psalms 42:1-11. These desponding apprehensions are a powerful remedy for self-righteousness and spiritual pride. "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible". Which the psalmist repeats, partly to show the greatness of his BibliographyWesley, John. "Calvin's Commentary on the Bible". And God was his “rock,” enduring, unchangeable. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/bnb/psalms-42.html. From the land of Jordan—i.e., the uplands of the north-east, where the river rises. There are times when the soul is cast down within us like David’s. Often, too, has it been debility of body; some secret disease has been sapping and undermining the very strength of our life. When can I go and meet with God? The first case is of those who are apt to think that the reformation of their lives hath not proceeded from a sincere love of God, and an unwillingness to displease Him; but from a mere dread of those punishments which He hath threatened. Another benefit that we derive from being cast down is that it qualifies us to sympathize with others. A. Alexander. This would seem to have been the place where the psalmist took up his abode in his exile. "Coffman Commentaries on the Old and New Testament". BibliographyBeza, Theodore. 3. he is being taunted by his captors, Ps. or with reference to the appearance of the mountain as a ridge with a conspicuous peak at either end. The transjordanic region was regarded as in a measure separate from the Holy Land proper, as the transaction between Reuben, Gad, and half Manasseh on one side, and the rest of Israel on the other shows (Joshua 22:1-29). (3) The fruit of his remembrance of God in the depths. My soul is cast down within me — I am overcome with grief, while I am forced to hide myself in this wilderness beyond Jordan, and wander up and down on these solitary mountains, far distant from thy tabernacle; therefore — That I may revive my drooping spirits; I will remember thee from the land of Jordan — I will consider thy infinite mercy, and power, and faithfulness, and thy gracious presence in the sanctuary, from whence thou dost hear and answer all those that call upon thee. (Comp. 177.) The expression: "my soul is troubled in me," the Lord has appropriated to himself in Matthew 26:38, John 12:27, not without profound reason borrowing the words, which indicated his sorrow, from a Psalm rich in consolation, so that, whosoever should take these words from him, might with him also look into the back-ground. As the hart brays so his soul prays. The plural indicates, that Hermon comes into consideration only as a representative of the species. 2012. Jonah 2:7.). According to it, there must necessarily have existed an intercalated verse in the second strophe, and none excepting this can be found. David saw troubles coming from God's wrath, and that discouraged him. California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. (c) He remembered that God was the health of his countenance, and the spring of his everlasting joy. 1. The faithlessness of friends and kindred. Hermon was a mountainous district, which extended to a considerable distance; and because it had several tops, was called in the plural number Hermonim. All Rightes Reserved, Larry Pierce, Winterbourne, Ontario.A printed copy of this work can be ordered from: The Baptist Standard Bearer, 1 Iron Oaks Dr, Paris, AR, 72855. my soul is cast down within me, therefore will I remember thee, etc. 1999. BibliographyHawker, Robert, D.D. Literally it may be read thus: O my God! IV. 1. of "In the night His song shall be with me, and my prayer unto the God of my life.". "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". God was left if all else was lost. 1871-8. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfu/psalms-42.html. Bullinger's Companion bible Notes". https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/pmc/psalms-42.html. Psalms 42:6. His soul, his very self, his deepest life, was insatiable for a sense of the divine presence. 3. O my God, my soul is cast down - It is impossible for me to lighten this load; I am full of discouragements, notwithstanding I labor to hope in thee. 3. My soul thirsts for God, for the living God. and which was very high; Cocceius thinks the Geshurites are Advice for behaviour under these perplexing disorders of mind, and for recovery from them. ) ; a mountain upon the border of the land of Israel eastward, https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfb/psalms-42.html. Therefore will I.—Better, therefore do I remember thee. God. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". 4. BibliographyClarke, Adam. (Psalm 42:6-11). If you turn your back on God dark shadows will cross your path, thick darkness will be before you; but with your face towards God you will see light in His light, the darkness is past and the true light shineth. Do you ask, “Why?” Because, when we are cast down, it checks our pride. Why are you downcast, O my soul? (W. Mine by personal preference (Psalms 63:1-8; Psalms 72:25). And certainly it would be very appropriate in this sense, That as often as David, from the land of Jordan, in which he now lay hid as an exile, set himself to think of the sanctuary, his sorrow was so much the more increased. To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use our convenient, Therefore untill I remember thee from the land of Jordan -, "All thy waves and thy billows have gone over me", "Jehovah will command his lovingkindness in the daytime; and in the night his song shall be with me", John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, therefore will I remember thee from the land of Jordan, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, Therefore will I remember thee from the land of Jordan, Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible. O my God, my soul is cast down within me] Though before he had schooled himself out of his distempers yet now he is troubled again; such are the vicissitudes and interchanges of joy and sorrow that the saints are here subject unto; as soon as the spirit gets the better, as soon the flesh; sometimes good affections prevail, sometimes unruly passions. In this lone land; far away from the place of worship; in the midst of these privations, troubles, and sorrows; surrounded as I am by taunting foes, and having no source of consolation here, I will remember my God. Not that David was exactly at Hermon, but he was in the transjordanic region wherein 'the Hermons' - i:e., Hermon and its fellow-mountains-were; namely, at Mahanaim, north of the Jabbok, upon the borders of Gad and Manasseh (2 Samuel 17:24; 2 Samuel 17:27; 1 Kings 2:8). https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/hcc/psalms-42.html. Besides, when this downcasting comes, it sets us to work at self-examination. “Oh, sir, I do not feel this--and I do fear that--and I cannot help thinking the other!” That great I is the root of all our sorrows, what I feel, or what I do not feel; that is enough to make any one miserable. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/gsb/psalms-42.html. From the hill Mizar - מצער מהר mehar mitsar, from the little hill, as in the margin. DD. interpret these words; Jarchi, of David's remembrance of the From the hill Mizar - Margin, the little hill. The word is strong, and expresses that eagerness and fervency of desire, which yields three stanzas. Unless God impart strength to us, how shall we be able to subdue the many evil thoughts which constantly arise in our minds? Mudge reads, from the little mountain of the Hermons. III. Hebrew word doesn’t mean ‘spirit’ but a … (1) The reason. Hermonites—Mount Hermon bounded Palestine proper on the northeast, and the Hermonites inhabited the adjacent lower lands south and southeast of the mountain. From the state of mankind (Psalms 119:58; Psalms 119:136; Psalms 119:158; Philippians 3:18). (a) That the Lord was his portion, of which neither earth nor hell could rob him. The name of the hill is to the Psalmist an omen of the condition of the whole land, in which he is located. To many sensitive natures this is the most painful form of persecution. 1. This is the word of our Lord. The above interpreter thinks Zoar is meant, which Lot so BibliographyExell, Joseph S. "Commentary on "Psalms 42:6". II. Copyright StatementThese files are a derivative of an electronic edition prepared from text scanned by Woodside Bible Fellowship.This expanded edition of the Jameison-Faussett-Brown Commentary is in the public domain and may be freely used and distributed. Kimchi, and Ben Melech, understand them as a reason of his Do as the psalmist did; put your trust in God. Thus, Stier remarks: "This otherwise just sense does not fit itself well into the internal organism of the song, rising as it does, at this time, from lamentation into consolation. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ebc/psalms-42.html. Despair is reckless, and deep misery tends strongly to despair. It is not for consolation, but primarily for doleful longing, that the Psalmist here thinks of God, who once was his God, and appeared now to have forgotten him in his removal and banishment." “The Lord would have those who walk in the light never forget what it is to sit in darkness and the shadow of death. Psalms 42:6 O my God, my soul is cast down within me: therefore will I remember thee from the land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from the hill Mizar. And of the Hermonites - The land of the Hermonites. "George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary". They who seek God and endeavour to serve Him, in some instances, form too high expectations of assurance and of comfort. We must not regard this designation as separate, but must view it in connection with the following: and of the Hermons. Our sense of disappointment is unreasonable and foolish. Psalm 42:6, KJV: "O my God, my soul is cast down within me: therefore will I remember thee from the land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from the hill Mizar." I will say to God my rock If we read the preceding verse in the past tense, the meaning of this verse … SELECTED PSALMS FOR SUMMER PSALM 42 “AS THE DEER PANTS FOR STREAMS OF WATER…” A BIT OF BACKGROUND Psalm 42 and 43 almost certainly originally a single Psalm. What does this verse really mean? 1 To the choirmaster. He did not act the part of those who find no relief in their afflictions but in forgetting God; for although wounded by his hand, he, nevertheless, failed not to acknowledge him to be his physician. Mount Hermon was a ridge or spur of Antilibanus: Joshua 11:3, Joshua 11:17. And, assuredly, if meditation upon the promises of God do not lead us to prayer, it will not have sufficient power to sustain and confirm us. Translate, '(from the land) of the From the land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from the hill Mizar. 19:20 Genesis This appears still more clearly from the word Hermonim or Hermons. favour; from all which he concludes he had no just reason to be P. IL p. 120 ,—and 1 Kings 18:18, where the Baalim stand for, Baal and his companions; the Hermons=Hermon and the other mountains of the Transjordanic region. John Trapp Complete Commentary. Perhaps David also has purposely made use of the plural number on account of the fear by which he was forced frequently to change his place of abode, and wander hither and thither. The transaction related in that chapter between the Cisjordanic and Transjordanic tribes abundantly explain the painful emotions, with which the Psalmist mentions here "the land of Jordan and the Hermons." The remembrance of the Lord counterbalances the remembrance of the removal of past privileges. IV. Copyright StatementJames Burton Coffman Commentaries reproduced by permission of Abilene Christian University Press, Abilene, Texas, USA. Faith triumphing. Even according to that exposition, the Psalmist ascends from lamentation to consolation; but that the lamentation here does not figure so broadly as in the first strophe, that the consolation so immediately meets it, must appear highly natural, when the exhortation to "wait on God" had just preceded. III. "When I remember these [things], I pour out my soul in me: for I had gone with the multitude, I went … BibliographyJamieson, Robert, D.D. Article Images Copyright © 2020 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. That is why I will remember you in the land of Jordan, on the peaks of Hermon, on Mount Mizar. 1828. Psalm 137, which is also an exilic Psalm). “Therefore I will remember Thee.” At, this is not a natural resolution: we are naturally alienated from the life of God. David here follows out his own call to his soul to 'hope in God' (Psalms 42:5). (See Thomson, Land and Book, p. "Commentary on Psalms 42:6". Oppressive. BibliographyBenson, Joseph. What does the Incarnation mean, but that God claims us by a right, and holds us by a bond of infinite strength? dejection, though he had not lost his view of interest in God as God knew better than we did, and in His love He refused to give us what would have been unsuitable to us. When all is calm the bell is not heard, it hangs mute; but when the winds become fierce, and the waves dash high, the bell is set going. Or, I will remember thee, as I may, here at Mahanaim beyond Jordan, under the mount Hermon, and that other little hill (where I have found thee in my meditations and prayers propitious unto me), though I cannot now worship thee in the beauty of holiness, being driven out by my ungracious son Absalom from the place where thine honour dwelleth. All rights reserved. 2. For the trial of your faith. If you turn your back to the sun your shadow will be before you, but if you turn your face to the sun your shadow will be behind you, and you see it not. wonderful works God did for the people of Israel of old, in Nothing definite is known of it, but these references to place indicate that David’s flight would be northeastward if compelled to go beyond Mahanaim. “O my God.” In proportion as you feel your need of anything, and value it, you are anxious to make it your own. 2. 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