I will very briefly notice the main bearing of each. The first part presents to us naturally the great general principle. Psalm 32 gives the blessedness of forgiveness; this, of the walk with God on the return of the wanderer in spite of all difficulties and contempt. We have indeed another special blessing at the end of the first book, where Christ is so fully brought in.
In the last psalm of that book he is pronounced blessed who understands His position, be it in Himself or in those who walk in His footsteps; for the first psalm supposed blessedness under the government of God, making good all His will towards the just, and the reverse seemed to be true.
Hence true blessedness was shewn in discerning, in understanding, the position in which that true blessed One was as rejected by men—that true poor man—taking Himself practically the place He describes as blessed, as we have seen in the sermon on the mount, while the great truth of the law in the heart is laid down.
Secondly the word associates with God. Not only is one blessed who keeps it, but it is cleansing: the desire of the heart is positively fixed on it see the connection of Jehovah and His word, v. In the third part we find very distinctly the leaning on divine mercy in trial, connected with the law in the heart. In the fourth part the trial is more inward. His soul is cleaving to the dust, but he looks to divine relief according to the word. His desire looks to the effect of that living water from God.
He has been open before God—has declared his own ways: so it ever is. He desires all way of evil to be removed by God from him. He has held fast by the word— looks that God should not put him to shame. Such is the sure effect when under the discipline of God. A soul who has found delight in His will and holiness is yet looking to run in liberty. Though in the heart, the word here referred to is more of an outwardly expressed will, like Zacharias and Elizabeth, a beautiful moral expression of the remnant.
With the Christian it will be more absolute and inward, more holiness than testimonies though it may begin by them perhaps , whether in his first divine calling or under discipline. To apply this psalm directly is to lower the divine standard of thought for the saint now. The fifth part looks for divine guidance and teaching in the ways and law of God; the sixth, for manifest mercies in that path, that he may have courage before adversaries and hold fast the law of God. In the seventh, having been quickened by the word, he reckons on it, for God had caused him to trust it as His; so that now he leans on all its assurances.
In troubles, when there was no outward cheering of nature, it sustained his heart. This brings him to the eighth. Jehovah was thus his portion. He reckoned on Him, and would thank Him in the secret watches of the night, when his heart was left to itself. He was the companion of those that feared Jehovah.
This brightens up his thoughts, and he sees His power in mercy around. This is a beautiful picture of the working of the heart. The ninth brings out the circumstances of the psalm. These are much before our view that is, feelings about them in this part of the psalm. Jehovah has already dealt well with him according to His word, and he looks for divine teaching to understand the mind of God well. He had been under discipline: but before this he had gone astray, but now had got into the spirit and path of obedience.
The tenth part has two main thoughts. Jehovah is his Creator—has formed him. He looks to Him to guide His own poor creature as a faithful Creator. Those that fear Jehovah will be glad when they see Him, because they hope in His word. Secondly, he knows that thus in very faithfulness He has caused him to be afflicted, and now looks for mercies to come unto him, and the proud to be ashamed, and that those that fear Jehovah may turn to him.
In the eleventh the cry becomes more urgent. And the proud persecute him wrongfully—they heed not Jehovah nor His law. But, twelfth, creation is a witness to the abiding faithfulness of God; His word is settled in heaven, where nothing can reach or shake it. In truth, how precious to have the word in such a world!
We have more than commandments. But we can say, I have seen an end of all perfection. In the fourteenth it guides his path. Afflicted and oppressed, he looks for comfort to Him whose judgments he has taken as his path in spite of enemies and their snares. The fifteenth gives the horror of vain thoughts, and looking to God as his hiding-place, with his rejection of evildoers.
He looks to Jehovah to uphold him, that he may not be ashamed in his hope; and looks with solemn trembling on the sure judgment of the wicked. In the sixteenth he presses more earnestly the interference of Jehovah in deliverance. It was time for Jehovah to work.
The last part is more general as a closing one, though in the same spirit. It sums up, so to speak, the whole. It desires that the cry of the oppressed delighter in the law may come up before Jehovah; asks for understanding according to His word —for deliverance according to it; and assures praise when taught His statutes. His tongue will speak of His word. He has the sense of their righteousness—looks for the hand of Jehovah to help, because he has chosen His precepts. He owns finally his having gone astray, and looks for Jehovah as the Shepherd of Israel to seek him, for he has not forgotten His commandments.
Such is the moral state of Israel in the last days when in their land, I apprehend the law is written in their heart, but full deliverance and final blessing are not come. The psalm is, in fact, the moral development of the hearts of those that fear God in the circumstances prophetically brought out in Psalm We now come, Psalms , to the songs of degrees, which depict, I doubt not, the outward circumstances of the same period, when Israel is in the land, but the power of Gog not yet destroyed.
The first of this series begins with the statement of the cry sent up by the godly in his distress to Jehovah who heard. The special charge here is deceit and falsehood. Judgment should come on it. But it is against the godly himself, not the violence and oppression done to Jerusalem, or the apostate oppression of the people. His woe is to dwell in Mesech, and among the tents of Kedar.
Wrong is in their hearts; and, when the godly spoke of peace, they prepared for battle. It does not seem to me to be the oppression of Antichrist, or the beast at Jerusalem, but to apply to those who in the land found themselves where the last hostile power which had pretended to favour them, 67 and had led many to apostatise for quietness and prosperity, now shewed himself as only a deceitful oppressor.
In Psalm Jehovah is assuredly declared to be his protection. He who never slumbers nor sleeps—He will not suffer his foot to be moved. The general intention is plain. I am not quite sure what is the force of verse 1, unless to identify Jehovah, the Creator of heaven and earth, with the hill of Zion, 68 and the city of the great King. However this may be, Jehovah as the great security is the subject of the psalm. This is very distinct, and His name reiterated for the purpose.
He is referred to in the double character, Creator of heaven and earth, and the Keeper of Israel, especially of the godly: Jehovah would preserve him in all circumstances and for ever. Psalm celebrates Jerusalem. The saint is glad to go there. The tribes go there; the thrones of judgment, of the house of David, are there. His brethren and companions, and the house of Jehovah, the God of Israel, their God, made his heart cling to it.
It is a restoring of the associations with Jerusalem, recalling the old and establishing the new ones. The series then returns Psalm to their sorrows and resource. But they are filled yet with the contempt of those that are at ease and of the proud. The power of the enemy had been just now Psalm fully displayed against them—the godly in the land who trusted in Jehovah. But they had escaped, but only by Jehovah being on their side, or they had been utterly swallowed up, by the last power of the enemy, I apprehend, when the apostate beast and Antichrist were gone from the scene.
The position of those who trust in Jehovah is celebrated, in virtue of this intervention of Jehovah, who would now protect them for ever, and they abide for ever. Peace would be on Israel. Those that turned to their crooked ways— Jehovah would lead them forth with the open evildoers in judgment. The rod of wickedness would not rest upon the lot of the righteous. There would be an exclusion of the rod of wickedness what represented the wicked as a tribe , separation from its mischief, that the righteous might not go astray. All this, I apprehend, refers to the last inroad of the final power of Gog, or the last condition of the Assyrian, perhaps to Daniel 8 only that that gives its whole character, not merely its final one ; also to the final king of the north, who comes in after the wilful king in Daniel The heart of the godly now finds its centre in Zion, when deliverance has been learnt; for so it will be compare Isaiah , 7.
How low she was brought, according to Psalm ! Isaiah Compare Isaiah , and other passages. It was a dream—so full, so unlooked-for, the joy. But the godly look for the full blessing, and the captivity to be turned again in the fulness of possessed blessing. Still God had manifested Himself; and to the faithful, who had taken up His testimony in sorrow, and when it was shame and reproach, it was now a harvest of joy. So it ever is; for full joy only comes through sorrow: for the testimony of God is in a world of evil.
The blessing is distinctly Jewish. The blessings spoken of are declared to be the portion of whoever fears Jehovah. Psalm recurs now with joy to the sorrows and trials through which the children of Zion have gone. But Jehovah is righteous, and has cut asunder the cords of the wicked. The haters of Zion for Zion is here always the central thought are withered, without resource, and without being desired.
Psalm takes up another subject, of the place of which we have found clear traces before—the sins of Israel as between the people and God. It is not, however, now merely legal distress. Confidence in Jehovah characterises it, though accompanied by depth of distress and humiliation.
This is the effect of the connection of the sense of sin and of mercy in the soul. Mere legal distress is more selfish in its terror, though admirable for destroying confidence in self and throwing on mercy; conviction with the sense of mercy is more the sense of wronging the God of goodness.
It is a deeper work after all. Here there is forgiveness with Jehovah that He might be feared, and the soul waits on Jehovah, though it has cried out of the depths. There is desire, grace being looked to, as well as waiting for Jehovah, verse 6. The groundwork is stated in verse 7, while verse 8 shews confidence in the full results.
Verse 4 is the upright acknowledgment of where the need came from, grace meeting that need; verse 7, that which can be reckoned on in Jehovah; verse 8, the full counting on it for Israel, that is, redemption, not from troubles, but from iniquities. Psalm briefly states the humble absence of all self-confidence, that so he has walked. Israel is now to trust in Jehovah and for ever. Psalm is, in some respects, a very interesting psalm.
It is the restoration of the ark of the covenant to its resting-place, and the promises of Jehovah, in answer to the supplication of His servant. This, as we have seen in the historical books, has a very important place. Jehovah was entering into His rest— He and the ark of His strength. Before Num. But now, and this is what characterises the psalm, the enemies were scattered, and Jehovah arose to take His rest in Israel. The sovereign election of God is seen, verse 13; and, then, it will be remarked, that the promise, in answer to the supplication, goes each time beyond the request compare verses 14, 15, 8; 16, 9; 17, 18, This is of the highest interest as shewing the grace of the Lord, and how His love surpasses all the hopes of His people, His interest in them.
The people are now dwelling together in unity. It is as the anointing of Aaron, which, poured on the head, gave the odours of divine favour on all, as the abundant dew of the lofty hills, but which brought, however high its source, its refreshing power where God had ordained blessing and life for evermore. Psalm closes the series by calling on the servants of Jehovah to bless Him.
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Night and day should furnish praise to Him, and in the holy place holy hands be lifted up to bless. Jehovah was there, His servants there to praise Him. Jehovah, who made heaven and earth, blessed now not simply from heaven, but out of Zion. It is the place of blessing Jehovah, and Jehovah blessing.
I should be disposed to count the last verse rather the voice of Christ as the Son of David, something in the character of Melchisedec, who said, Blessed be the most high God, and blessed be Abraham of the most high God, only specially in connection with Jehovah as Zech. Psalms and celebrate Jehovah, who has delivered Israel and now dwells in Jerusalem, and give thanks to Him whose mercy has endured for ever—the Creator of all things in goodness who first delivered them, and remembered them to redeem them when brought low. Psalm is a very characteristic Psalm, giving a remarkable key to the interpretation of the book, and linking it with the early statements of Jehovah as to His relationship to Israel, so as to bind together their history in one whole.
The subject is Hallelujah—praise the name of Jehovah. He is good: it is pleasant to do it; for He has chosen Jacob and Israel for His peculiar treasure. He is then v. Now comes His name in connection with Israel and in contrast with idols; and the two passages, in one of which He first took up Israel for ever under the name of Jehovah, and, in the other, prophetically announced their deliverance when they should have wholly and utterly failed, are cited from Exodus , Deuteronomy The first takes the name of the Lord God of their fathers, God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, when He sends Moses to deliver them, and declares this is His name for ever, His memorial to all generations, and then promises deliverance and bringing into the land; then He takes the name of Jehovah.
Then, when they should be helpless and hopeless in themselves, Jehovah would judge His people, and repent Himself concerning His servants, execute judgments on the heathen, and then make them rejoice with His people. So that these two verses give the first deliverance and purpose of God, and the judgment and ways of God in the last days, to which the psalms have brought us. Thus they give a clear key to the application of the psalms themselves.
Then we have v. The psalm closes with the summons to those already generally specified—the divers parts of Israel and all that fear Jehovah—to bless Jehovah; the house of Israel, of Aaron, of Levi, and all that fear Jehovah; and this now out of Zion, even Jehovah, of whom now they could say that He dwelt in Jerusalem. Psalm may be considered as the answer to this summons.
This, in a certain sense, closes the historical psalms.
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Is she gone, or Oh, I'm sorry, all right. Go right I'm sorry, sir. Number 6, number 7? That's it; that's the way. Number 8, number 9, number 10? Now we're coming. E She had a blood issue, so she touched the border of His garment, and For she said in her heart She might've had to crawl between their feet till she touched the border of the garment. And said Then when she did that, she felt in her heart that her faith was satisfied, that she had been healed. She went back and set down and--or stood up, or whatever she was in the congregation. And Jesus stopped, and said, "Who touched Me?
And He looked around. All the power of the discernment was in Him. Now, when she touched the body Now, here for you people When she touched His body He was a man, He--he couldn't have felt it; He's had a garment on. The Palestinian garment has a underneath garment; it hangs The robe hung free. So she touched the border of His garment. Now, I couldn't tell it physically if you touched the end of my coat.
How about the Palestinian garment that hung way out?
They had a underneath garment was down close to on their feet here, because walking along the road, they picked up dust, and they got real dusty and dirty. They had a underneath garment, so that robe Could not have physically have felt it. But she didn't touch Him; she touched God. When he--she expressed that she believed that that was the Son of God. E She said no doubt , "I believe that Man. I don't care what the priest says or anybody else, I believe that Man.
If I can touch Him, I'll be made well. And it touched God in such a way, till Jesus turned around, and said, "Who touched Me? He said, "Why, You say such a thing as that? The very audacity. Why, why would You say such a thing as that? Why, everybody's touching You. Virtue's gone from Me. He said, "Thy faith has saved thee. The--the blood issue's gone. E Now, Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
Is that right? Now, you do not need a prayer card; the only thing you need is to have faith in God.
Now, you out there without your prayer cards, you look this a way. And you pray, and you believe with all your heart. That's handkerchiefs I'm to pray over. You pray with all your heart, say, "Lord, Brother Branham don't know me, but You know me. Let me touch Your garment, and speak through him. Let him call me out here in the audience some where. I don't care where you are. And see if it isn't just exactly the same. E Then, in this prayer line, as far as I see there's not nobody there that I know in that prayer line.
How many along that prayer line is strangers to me? Raise up your hand, that you know I don't know nothing about you. Look it there. How many out there knows that I know nothing about you? Raise up your hand. There's not a person in my sight, outside of Brother Pat and them setting here, that I--that I know in that audience. I can't see a person that I--I--I Brother and Sister Kidd. And I know this man setting here, him and his wife; I can't call his name, but this brother here, the missionary.
That man setting there Dauch, all right. That's right, that German name, don't get me Irishmen can't say that name. So I know he's a I've met him, and I prayed for him the other day when he was just having such an awful time. And the Lord healed him, and come right on to the meeting over at Brother Roberts or At Tulsa it was, that's right. You're the same man, aren't you?
See, standing up here you just have to look, and you can't hardly see out there, 'cause the lights are shining right down in my face. You can see me all right, but it's hard to see you. After it gets passed about one or two rows here, I can't see nothing; just like dots out in there like, where you're setting. E But now, here stands people that I don't know; there's people out there I don't know. Now, what did Jesus say? How many will admit that we're living in a wicked and adulternous generation?
We are. Jesus said that that generation would receive one sign. What sign would that be? The resurrection of Jonah. Exactly right, brother. The sign of the resurrection. How many will admit that? Then if Jesus Christ is raised from the dead, He That's the sign that's given to this generation. I say this in Jesus' Name: "Receive it. Be not afraid; it's Christ. Embrace it; have faith. E Lord, God of heaven and earth, the hours are creeping along. The night is growing dim; the light of the earth is going out.
Soon You'll be here; it's darkness soon and no man can work. There'll be a controlling powers in this country that'll shut up such meetings as this. Soon we won't be able to have this kind of a meeting; it'll finally grow out. You spoke in Your Bible that they'd confederate themselves together; You said they would do it, and they will. And there'll come a great shaking amongst the people. And just only those who are recognized in this great federation will be able to hold meetings. And it'll be an intellectual group; the Spirit will be pushed off in the minority. But You said, "Fear not little flock.
It's Your Father's good will to give you the kingdom. I pray that You'll anoint me tonight; help me, O Lord. I pray in Jesus' Name. E All right, nine and twenty-one Nine and twenty-one is missing; nine and twenty-one. They're not in the line. All right, if they come in, okay. Have to start, 'cause it's getting late. Now, how many's here that never was in one of these meetings before? Let's see your hand. Just look it there. Now, how many in here that never was here before one of our meetings that ever read Saint John 4, the woman at the well when she met the Lord Jesus?
Let's see your hands, if you've never been here before E Now, if He's the same Jesus, here's the same picture, a panoramic. The well is here of Everlasting Life, I believe that. Here's a woman that I never seen, and perhaps she's never seen me. She raised her hand she didn't know me, and I don't know her. Now, if He is the same Christ, He will know her. If He's the same Christ, He knows me. And if He does the same thing here that He did in Saint John 4, how many of you newcomers will receive Him and believe it with all your heart?
If the same thing Now, here's this lady now, never seen one another in our life. We are I might have looked out on the congregation, saw her; she might have looked up at the pulpit, and saw me. But we're strangers, aren't we, lady? We are total strangers. I--I don't know her, never seen her. Now, if she's sick, I couldn't heal her; God's already did that. You see? I just E Now, if Jesus is standing here with this suit on, that He had Brother Palmer out there somewhere and Sister Palmer to give it to me.
Now, if He was standing here wearing this suit, and would say And this woman would walk up, and say, "Lord Jesus, I need healing. But then, how would she know that was Jesus? No, anybody could have nail prints in their hand. No, no, there's many--been many fake that. But the real Jesus would have a The real spirit of Jesus would be in Him, and He would do the same things that He did to prove that He was the Messiah.
And what was the sign of the Messiah? The God Prophet. Now, you understand? Not me now, so you can get it close: I am a man, a sinner saved by grace, the least among you. But it's His Spirit. E Now, I can just let myself Like these microphones. Them microphones are completely a mute, unless somebody's speaking into them or some noise.
There's got to be vibration of waves to go through it; the same thing here. I don't know her, she don't know me. If anything takes place, it'll have to be some other vibration of waves, won't it? Have to be the Holy Spirit, the only thing it could be. Now sister, just to speak to you. Now, if the Lord Jesus If I could go over here and lay hands on you, after preaching the way I have, and say, "Jesus said these signs shall follow them that believe; lay hands on the sick, they shall recover.
You could go off the platform, saying, "Praise the Lord, I believe I'm going to get well. You could do that. But now, what if He stands here and tells you what you have been? Then if He knows what you have been, and then tells you what you will be, you certainly If that's true, you know whether that's true or not. Then you can believe that. Is that right, audience? If He can tell you what you have been, or what you're here for, or something just like the woman was at the well. All understanding now? May the Lord grant it.
If He will, you'll accept Him?
Would it help your faith, will it help you to believe? Will it help the audience to believe? May the God of heaven grant it. Now, if the audience can still hear my voice, the lady There's something wrong with her that comes more like a chronic case, because I see her under a tent, or a oxygen tent, or something another.
She has to breathe from an oxygen tent. It's an allergy; that's exactly right. There is a--a man with you; it's your husband. He's here now, and he's on your heart. Do you believe that God can tell me what's wrong with your husband? You believe it? All right, your husband is suffering There's something wrong with his eyes, and he's also got a blood condition, that's caused by complication of things.
You believe that? E Now, ask the woman if that was right. I don't know what I said. The only thing I That wasn't me; that was Him. I know nothing about it; that was Him. Well, you said The only way I ever know, is by these tapes. Now, you say, "Well, maybe you guessed We'll find out. Just stop just a minute; I want to ask you something. Just stand there a minute. You're a fine person; you are a Christian. Yes, I hear something rattling; it's an oxygen tent, something about an oxygen tent.
Yes, and I And a man, your husband, and he wanted to come up here. But he only You only had one prayer card. You didn't know which one to take it, you or him, so you come up and--yourself. Now, he's going to be healed too, both of you, and you're Now, that's just happened the last few minutes. And here's another thing, that you might know. If you You believe--believe me to be His prophet, or His servant? There's not a shadow of doubt. You know that something's around you, don't you; you know that something's anointing here, really sweet and humble. You're--you're not from here; you come from away from here.
You're from Canada, Ontario. You believe God knows who you are? If I tell you who you are by the Holy Spirit, will it help you? Buckner, go back and be well. Jesus Christ heals you and makes you well. E You believe on the Lord Jesus? Have faith in God. It's all over, brother.
Just believe it now. We are strangers to one another. Now, that ought to settle it for the whole group of you. Does that confirm that I'm preaching the truth? How would God let me tell something wrong, and stand up with my very message. These things are only to indicate a Divine a vindication that my theology is right. The Word of the Lord came to the prophets. You believe that with all your heart? I don't know you; Jesus knows you. You're a very fine person, and you're not here for yourself.
You're here for someone else. It's your daughter. You believe God can tell me what her trouble is? It's in her spine. That's true. If that's right, raise up your hand. Now, you believe with all your heart? E Now, remember that almost kills me. You don't realize what that does to you. Just a moment. She's a lovely person; let's speak to her again. Now, whatever it was, I do not know. Let's see again. Just--just be praying.
Just--just be asking Ever what I told you was right; it was right. Yes, I see it's a girl with something in her back: spine trouble. And you There's somebody else, I see a man appear, a man who's shadowed for death. It's a man you're praying for; he's got cancer. If I tell you, would it help you? All right, Mrs.
Glasgow, go ahead home, and be well. Jesus Christ make you well, believe now, go. E You believe with all your heart? You believe? We're strangers to one another. If I didn't say nothing to you, just passed through and laid hands on you You know that something here Ever who it is, who is taking pictures, I Please, don't any more. And I--I--I--I can't get it.
I can't catch the Spirit. It moves from me. Now, that's a I lost it just then. Now, just a minute. Now, is this the patient? You're the patient? If God will reveal to me what your trouble is, will you believe me to be His servant? Varicose veins. You believe He can heal them? You got something else you're very much worried about.
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If I'll tell you what it is through the Holy Spirit, will you believe it's Christ standing here doing that? You will? E Now, something happened in the audience just then. There's a different person appeared here. Somebody believed right--a whole lot just then.
What you crying about, lady? It was you. All right, you think that bowel trouble's going to leave now? It's a tumor. It was. I don't know you. You believe with all your heart? God bless you. There's a lady setting right next to you that's believing with all her heart too. I don't know you, lady. But you--you--you know God, and you'll believe Him. If I can tell you what your trouble is, will you believe me? You're suffering with a heart trouble. It's a hole in your heart; you just come from a hospital.
You're from Middletown. You believe God knows you? Ann Reed, believe with all your heart now, and go home and be well. E You believe God? What did she touch? See how her faith pulls out, right off the audience here. It's your faith that does it. I never seen those people.
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Now, you have faith out there. I want to ask you something. She can't touch me, she--she's thirty feet from me, or forty. But what did she touch? She was believing with all of her heart, and praying, and she touched the High Priest. I'm not the High Priest; He is. But He--He ain't got no lips but mine and yours. He only has hands as He can use mine and yours. You just believe somewhere like that, the same thing. E Let's see, was this the patient? Has He already told you what your trouble was? Do you believe, if He hasn't? Yes, varicose veins, and you got a lump in your breast.
Do you believe with all your heart? Now, go home and be well. Jesus Christ make you well. You believe with all your heart everybody? Have faith now. Don't doubt. How do you do? We're strangers to each other, so far as I know. E That little lady setting there, looking at me, praying for her husband. He's in Canada. You believe that God can tell me what's his trouble? Got diabetes and lung trouble. Believe with all your heart now.
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Oh, God, Great Jehovah How can you doubt? I challenge your faith in Christ's Name to believe that I've told you the truth. You believe God can tell me your trouble? The audience, it just keeps There's something keeps move Be reverent, be quiet, real quiet. There's people praying Keeps coming from this way; there's a lot of faith in the building tonight.
If you'll just keep believing E Let's see, this is the patient. I'm not beside myself, I'm just There's no need trying to explain it; you can't. See, there's no way of trying to explain it.