Even before a word is on my tongue, lo, O Lord, thou knowest it altogether. 1 O Lord, you have examined my heart. Thatâs what David is saying here: Look upon God: He knows you thoroughly; He is with you everywhere you go; He has wondrously created you and sovereignly ordained the days of your life. Working in coordination with your brain, it maintains your body at a steady 98.6 degrees under all weather conditions. I read it over four days, looking at about five or six verses each day. Every person has in his or her body sufficient proof that God exists. From 1977-1992 he was the pastor of Lake Gregory Community Church in Crestline, California. King David even survived murdering Uriah the Hittite. But in any case, the awesome thought that God skillfully made me and ordained the days of my life ought to make me see that I canât escape from His power and sovereignty. 4:11). You discern my going out and my lying down; you are familiar with all my ways. O LORD, thou hast searched me, and known me.--As though he said, "O LORD, thou art the heart searching God, who perfectly knowest all the thoughts, counsels, studies, endeavours, and actions of all men, and therefore mine." This is an excerpt from Spurgeon's Treasury of David, a classic commentary on the Psalms.âPsalm 139 is one of the most notable of the sacred hymns. Psalms 139 He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. You have searched me, LORD, and you know me. We fear being totally exposed. Like fugitives, we may run, but we cannot ultimately hide from the God who penetrates even the darkness with the gaze of His light. If there are about 300 words on an ordinary page of printed type, this corresponds to about two million pages. I must become a doer of the Word, not just a hearer who deludes myself (James 1:22). It is a clear and judicious explanation of the text, and cannot be dispensed with. For the director of music. Behold, O Lord, You know it all.. 5 You have enclosed me behind and before,. âIt is clear, then, that the sequence of rungs on our DNA ladders represents an enormous library of information. Browse Sermons on Psalm 139. And laid Your hand upon me. More than 500 muscles connect to these bones. Verses 1-24 One of the most notable of the sacred hymns. Do you want to escape God in the place of the dead (Sheol)? Whole Psalm. He is there! EXPOSITION VERSE 139 Verse 139.âIn the last two verses David spoke concerning his God and his law; here he speaks of himself, and says, "My zeal hath consumed me, because mine enemies have forgotten thy words:" this was no doubt occasioned by his having so clear a sense of the admirable character of God's word. How vulnerable should we be? However, the Lord understands perfectly how this truth fits into all other truths about the creation. You know everything Iâm going to say before I start the first sentence. That is the message of the beautifully-crafted Psalm 139. With David we must exclaim, âHow precious also are Your thoughts to me, O God!â (v. 17). David sings of the omniscience and omnipresence of God, which will overthrow the power of the wicked, dealing with them according to his justice. We canât love God properly and be complacent about sin. Second, I must constantly yield my whole life to God. And are intimately acquainted with all my ways. Your body is an efficient machine: to ride a bicycle for an hour at ten miles per hour requires only 350 calories, the energy equivalent of only three tablespoons of gasoline. Psalm 137 â The Mournful Song of the Exiles Because this psalm is a remembrance of Babylon, many commentators believe it was written after the return from exile. Jude 22-23 reflects the fine line between loving sinners but hating their sin: âAnd have mercy on some, who are doubting; save others, snatching them out of the fire; and on some have mercy with fear, hating even the garment polluted by the flesh.â Holiness means living apart from the wicked and staying undefiled from their sin, but reaching out to them with the message of salvation. He said weakly, âOh, hi, Momâ (Readerâs Digest [6/84], p. 32). These eight Psalms are the devout Israelite's Manual of private prayer and praise. Even the closest human relationships fall short of total knowledge. A David Psalm GOD, investigate my life; get all the facts firsthand. You know when I leave and when I get back; Iâm never out of your sight. It is equally clear that so rich a library is required to specify as exquisitely constructed and intricately functioning an object as a human being.â. A motherâs presence, even over the phone, has a way of straightening out wrong behavior! The Search OF the Savior: Why Jesus Came, Part 2 (Gal. The thought that darkness doesnât hide us from God leads David to consider that God formed him in his motherâs womb. It contains a brief chapter or devotional on each verse in the psalm. Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) provides a verse by verse commentary on this sacred hymn, Psalm 139. It sings the omniscience and omnipresence of God, inferring from these the overthrow of the powers of wickedness, since He who sees and hears the abominable deeds and words of the rebellious will surely deal with them according â¦ Psalm 139 Three headings: I. Since the human race fell into sin, that kind of total intimacy has been threatening to every person. What do you do with a God like this? One square inch of your skin has about 625 sweat glands, 19 feet of blood vessels, and 19,000 sensory cells. Psalm 139:24 (NIV84) â24See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting. This shows us two aspects of holiness which we must develop: Does the thought of âperfect hatredâ strike you as odd? AN EXPOSITION OF PSALM 139 by Charles H. Spurgeon One of the most notable of the sacred hymns. How much more would we live uprightly if we constantly kept in mind that God is present with us everywhere we go! Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary PSALM 139 Ps 139:1-24. Biblical faith boldly proclaims the inescapable presence of God in Psalm 139:7-12. He even knows my thoughts from afar (v. 2b). C. H. Spurgeon helpfully explains the balance: To love all men with benevolence is our duty; but to love any wicked man with complacency would be a crime. The threat of being known so intimately by God provokes the reaction, âWhere can I go to hide?â David pursues that thought in the second stanza: Where do you plan to run? 3 You see me when I travel. (v7-18) III. (Psalms 139:4 RSV) That God creates and ordains the days of each human life gives significance and value to each life and it strongly confronts the abortion of any baby, even if it is supposedly âdefective.â. JOSEPH A ALEXANDER Psalms Commentary (1864) Spurgeon had high praise for Alexander's work writing that it "Occupies a first place among expositions. Coupled with that, your lungs automatically breathe in the right amount of life-giving oxygen (about 438 cubic feet each day), which just happens to be mixed in the right proportions (about 20% oxygen, 80% nitrogen) in our atmosphere. Like a caged bird, Heâs got me surrounded, with His hand upon me (v. 5). Can we hide from God? In this sense a perfect hatred could be deemed compatible with a love for oneâs enemies. Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on Psalm 139. If I make my bed in Sheol, behold, you are there! Unless otherwise noted, all Scripture Quotations are from the New American Standard Bible, Â© The Lockman Foundation, Related Topics: Spiritual Life, Worship (Personal), Sanctification, Character of God, Steve served as the pastor of Flagstaff Christian Fellowship from May, 1992 through his retirement in December, 2018. So David is saying that you canât escape from God. This holyâ¦ So whatâs the bottom line? Itâs not a generic psalm; itâs intensely personal, between David and God (note the frequent âIâ & âmeâ). Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. The tears that fight irritants differ from the tears of sadness, which contain 24 percent more proteins. Can you imagine their shock at seeing death for the first time as they watched the blood spurt and the animal writhe as its life-blood drained from it? Your retina also has four other layers of nerve cells. Since we cannot escape from this all-knowing, all-present, all-wise Creator, we cannot escape from the need for holiness. I have been enjoying books by other Bible preachers of this time period and thought I would try Spurgeon, as well. You know when I sit down and when I stand up; you understand my thoughts from far away. Listen to this: A single human chromosome (DNA molecule) contains 20 billion bits of information. From a lowly shepherd boy watching over sheep to a mighty king shepherding the nation of Israel. ï To long for God is to come under His leadership. Your first reaction to that thought is probably, âWhere can I run to hide?â It seems to have been Davidâs thought (v. 7). Augustine observed, âMen go abroad to wonder at the heights of mountains, at the huge waves of the sea, at the long courses of the rivers, at the vast compass of the ocean, at the circular motions of the stars; and they pass by themselves without wonderingâ (in Readerâs Digest [1/92], p. 9). Then, scrutinize yourself by inviting the searchlight of Godâs Word into your innermost thoughts and feelings and by yielding yourself to be obedient to Godâs ways. Consider the miracle of the human body: Every second more than 100,000 chemical reactions take place in your brain. There has been considerable debate about the precise genre of this psalm. It would be perfect to the extent that it excluded sinful attitudes of malice, envy, bitterness, and other attitudes we normally associate with human hatred. You have more than 200 bones, each shaped for its function, connected intricately to one another through lubricated joints that cannot be perfectly duplicated by modern science. Before the fall, Adam and Eve enjoyed open intimacy with God and with one another. But, as Jeremiah 17:9 says, âThe heart is more deceitful than all else and is desperately wicked; who can understand it?â We canât know our own motives and inner drives apart from Godâs revealing it to us through His Word. It showed them in a graphic way that God takes sin seriously. Before a word is on my tongue you, LORD, know it completely. 1 O Lord, You have searched me and known me.. 2 You know when I sit down and when I rise up;. What would be its equivalent, if it were written down in an ordinary printed book in modern human language? Tucker and Grant consiâ¦ It sings the omniscience and omnipresence of God, inferring from these the overthrow of the powers of wickedness, since he who sees and hears the abominable deeds and words of the rebellious will surely deal with them according to his justice. As a man and woman live together in that lifelong commitment, they grow to know one anotherâs actions, words, and--to the degree that they openly communicate--thoughts and feelings. Happily, once we give up our flight and allow ourselves to be found by this relentless âHound of Heavenâ (as Francis Thompson described Him in his poem), we discover that His intention is not to harm but to bless us. Q. Do you want to head east (âwings of the dawn,â v. 9) or west (âremotest part of the seaâ)? Psalms 139:1. That information, incredibly, comes from the astronomer, Carl Sagan, who thinks it all happened by chance (The Dragons of Eden, Speculations on the Evolution of Human Intelligence [Ballentine Books], pp. R. C. Sproul explains along the same lines: If there is such a thing as perfect hatred it would mirror and reflect the righteousness of God. We have a syrupy, sentimental notion of love in our day. Or who makes him dumb or deaf, or seeing or blind? But as soon as they sinned, they tried to hide from God and they sewed fig leaves to hide their nakedness from one another. Bible teachers will tell you that of all the 150 Psalms, this is the one that best describes Godâs personal relationship with us. There is a point of contact between our knowledge and Godâs knowledge. If we manage to dodge Him in this life, we must still stand exposed before Him on that fearful day of judgment. Others insist the psalm is a prayer of an unjustly accused person, given the final strophe, while some have suggested it is a complaint uttered by a psalmist in the midst of hostility.Others still highlight the wisdom themes present and prefer a âmeditationâ or âwisdom meditationâ label. The inescapable conclusion of the fact that we canât escape from the living God is an inescapable commitment to holiness. Altogether the system makes the equivalent of 10 billion calculations a second before an image even gets to the optic nerve. If a typical book contains 500 such pages, the information content of a single human chromosome corresponds to some 4,000 volumes. Thus I want to express its main message and points in the first person singular: Since I cannot escape from God, I must commit myself to holiness. He knows everything about you; He is with you wherever you go; He has created you and ordained the days of your life. It has 10 billion nerve cells to record what you see and hear. Is it not I, the Lord?â (Exod. âSearch me, try me ....â David is inviting God to shine His pure light into the inner recesses of his thought life, where all sin originates. The first Soviet cosmonauts irreverently joked that they didnât see God from their spaceship. As David thinks about Godâs searching knowledge, His ubiquitous presence, and His infinite wisdom as seen in his own body, he is led first to cry out to God to destroy the wicked, affirming his own abhorrence of them (vv. Those Psalms were the united utterances of national devotion. Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) provides a verse by verse commentary on this sacred hymn, Psalm 139. In that case, the insistence that God has searched and known the psalm writer (the message and hope of Psalm 139, as noted by its use as a framework â¦ Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 139:1-6, 13-18" Since you canât escape from God, you must commit yourself to holiness. 5:5-6)? It is at its heart a personal relationship with the living God who knows you thoroughly. Of David. You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar. A comforting thought. If I ascend up into heaven, you are there. Part of your brain regulates voluntary matters, such as muscle coordination and thought processes. 139:21-22)? But to fear God is to hate evil (Prov. âAnother quality eBook from Chapel library. Some obey willful commands; others perform their duty in response to unconscious commands from the brain. How can I love them and hate them at the same time?â C. H. Spurgeon helpfully explains the balance: To love all men with benevolence is our duty; but to love any wicked man with complacency would be a crime. 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! God knows absolutely everything about me! 1:18-23). One evening the phone rang. The point of these verses is that there is nowhere that one can hide or escape from the presence of God. 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. David no sooner mentions the wicked and his hatred for their irreverence than he quickly realizes his own need for Godâs cleansing. (v1-6) II. You understand my thought from afar. We have a longing to know and be known, but only within safe limits. Or, he may be referring poetically to Godâs presence after death, in the resurrection. The Psalm may be thus summarized Ps 139:1. The Bible describes King David as a man after Godâs own heart (Act 13:22). There are two elements to a holy life in these verses: First, I must constantly expose my inner life to God. We wrongly think that Christians should not hate anything. Heaven (v. 8)? David sings of the omniscience and omnipresence of God, which will overthrow the power of the wicked, dealing with them according to his justice. and know everything about me. Would he say that the Viking spacecraft could evolve, given enough time? ïIf you are longing for intimacy, security, and purpose, your search begins and ends with God. Must we (Ps. Is theistic evolution a viable option for Christians? There is no escape from His thorough, penetrating knowledge. "You know me, Lord," says this man, "intimately -- inside and out." He points out that the Viking landers that put down on Mars in 1976, each had instructions in their computers amounting to a few million bits, slightly more than a bacterium, but significantly less than an alga. 3 You scrutinize my path and my lying down,. Although the Bible doesnât specify, 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. the idea that God is not far off, but is near to each of us. You hem me in behind and before, and you lay your hand upon me. Psalm 139:1â12. If there are approximately six letters in an average word, the information content of a human chromosome corresponds to about 500 million words. But the amazing thing is, this God who knows us so thoroughly, who knows every awful thought we ever have, desires to have a relationship with us. So David exclaims (v. 6): âSuch knowledge is too wonderful for me; it is too high, I cannot attain to it.â. Ps 139:2. Though hidden from human eyes in that day before sonograms, David was not hidden from Godâs eyes (v. 16). After presenting the sublime doctrines of God's omnipresence and omniscience, the Psalmist appeals to Him, avowing his innocence, his abhorrence of the wicked, and his ready submission to the closest scrutiny. 8:13). âThe hymnic nature of the first eighteen verses seems to support the claims of Hermann Gunkel and Claus Westermannâ (915). (Spurgeon, C. H. Lectures to my Students: Commenting and Commentaries)Rosscup adds: This is one of the more thorough older exegetical works on the â¦ Weâre continuing in our series on the greatest Psalms, and today weâre looking at Psalm 139. A great tragedy, some can spend years listening to sermons, reading the scriptures, even teaching the Bible but not enjoy a close relationship with God. One of the greatest truths in life which we all know, but which we all must come to learn, is that there is no escape from God. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews. O LORD, You have searched me and known me.You know my sitting down and my rising up;You understand my thought afar off.You comprehend my path and my lying down,And are acquainted with all my ways.For there is not a word on my tongue,But behold, O LORD, You know it altogether.You have hedged me behind and before,And laid Your hand upon me.Such knowledge is too wonderful for me;It is high, I cannot attain it.a. Why are we afraid to be known thoroughly? It must be paid for through death. In that case, David would be referring to Godâs hand on his life from conception through eternity. and when I rest at home. 4:4-7). 1-6); His omnipresence (vv. God knows us. From moments of victory over giants to moments of shame with a woman who wasnât his wife. Copyright 1993, Steven J. Cole, All Rights Reserved. In the conventional understanding, the Psalm in the weekly lectionary is chosen to meditate on the First Reading and, like that reading, to anticipate the Gospel. Then in verses 4 and 5 he contemplates the fact that God is concerned about him. Although Psalms 139 is just one of around 80 or more psalms authored by King David, it is the most utilized by those engaging in Negative Theology. Study the bible online using commentary on Psalm 139 and more! That information comes to your brain through the miracle of the eye, which has 100 million receptor cells (rods and cones) in each eye. With the first couple, God performed an object lesson that pointed ahead to His ultimate solution. ¨+ÑØæé ;}8öçÅI?ëûcÚLdå¾ê+'tyµiû¦jÛ¿ªÍ:V } m 2ÈÝôU-´~ ð`R¡ìÿ °Jl. 11-12). A Lasting Legacy: Choosing A Wife For Isaac (Gen. 24:1-67). 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