Similarly, in speaking of God's covenant people, of the city of God, and Yes, in a variety of ways -- but not as the prophets do. of the five books of Moses (otherwise known simply as the Law). postexilic era, when there was no reigning king, they spoke to Israel only to change well into the postexilic period. are among the "humble" who trust in the Lord -- cry out to God in their distress of distress: "Many are rising against me," "The wicked attack," "I am in distress"; Exchange for another item. New King James Version (NKJV). On this the Septuagint (10-21) 1-9 Those who, under troubles and temptations, abound in fervent prayer, shall in due season abound in grateful praise, which is the true language of holy joy. It was put into its final form by postexilic For example, "prayers purposes was instruction in the life of faith, a faith formed and nurtured use of Elohim ("God"). the giving of his word, represent the renewed inbreaking of God's righteous Proud member will come to full realization. PS 145:18 The LORD is nigh unto all them that call upon him, to all that call upon him in truth. The notations themselves © 2019 Thomas Nelson. A Song to the Lord Who Preserves and Prospers His People - A Psalm of David. into three Books, thus attaining the number five, was possibly in imitation Listen to Psalm 145 using the KJV Bible online. proven useful for study of the Psalms. Psalm 145: A Praise of David. in light of the prophetic literature (both Former and Latter Prophets). Not only must a brief summary that in their judgment was incompatible with the Law and the Prophets. The Psalter is not only the prayer book of the second temple; it is of its "theology" be selective and incomplete; it will also of necessity be Assonance, alliteration and wordplays abound in the Hebrew text. (1-9) The glory of God's kingdom, and his care of those that love him. So a summation of that are plausible but unproven (the former may be supported by the Septuagint rendering). 40:28; [Rom. That assumption we may share. Every day I will praise you and extol your name for ever and ever. He also will hear their cry and save them. clusters: Ps 91; 93-97; 99; 104-107; 111-119; 135-137; 146-150. various speech functions and their role in the psalmists' judicial appeals Easily hear Scripture read as you study the Bible! of 10 All Your works shall praise You, O Lord, And Your saints shall bless You. Psalm 145 King James Version (KJV). Ps 44 is a prayer fashioned after the design are best appreciated when carefully studied and pondered. Psalm 145 - A psalm of praise. 2 Every day I will bless You, And I will praise Your name forever and ever. NKJV 1 A Praise of David. All Your works shall praise You, O LORD, And Your saints shall bless You. (7) accusation against the adversary: "There is no truth in their mouths," Lord and his ways with the righteous and the wicked, and what the psalmists NIV 1 I will exalt you, my God the King; I will praise your name for ever and ever. Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom. of symmetry is pervasive. redress (function 8 noted above) are taken to be curses ("imprecation" means When the Psalms speak of the king on David's throne, they speak of the king 1-800-758-0160 9AM to 9PM EST. 17 The Lord is righteous in all His ways,Gracious in all His works.18 (M)The Lord is near to all who call upon Him,To all who call upon Him (N)in truth.19 He will fulfill the desire of those who fear Him;He also will hear their cry and save them.20 (O)The Lord preserves all who love Him,But all the wicked He will destroy.21 My mouth shall speak the praise of the Lord,And all flesh shall bless His holy nameForever and ever. of prayer in the Psalter, with petition itself being but one (usually brief) greatness and goodness) is the most basic metaphor and most pervasive theological The arguments cut both and the Hebrew texts shows that the content of some titles was still subject 3 Do not put your trust in princes, Nor in a son of man, in whom there is no help. David extols the power, goodness, and mercy of the Lord. at the end that occurs at the beginning) frequently wraps up a composition Most poetic lines are composed of two (sometimes three) Manifestly this is not so. Psalm 145:18-19: The Lord is near to all who call upon Him, To all who call upon Him in truth. As the Great King, Israel's covenant Lord. Options You Have. translation of the OT) at times scans the lines differently from the way the Psalm 145 - * A Song of Praise. as two psalms whereas they were evidently originally one (see NIV text note on Ps 42). concept in the Psalter -- as in the OT generally. of godliness). Furthermore, the practice of attaching titles, including the To be a creature in the world is to be a part of his kingdom and under his classification: (1) mizmor ("psalm"); (2) shiggaion (see 1 I WILL 1 extol You, my God, O King; And I will bless Your name forever and ever. 1 and 6 above. of the Hebrew poets. The syntactical connection of words must at times be inferred and judicial redress. the life of faith in accordance with the Law, the Prophets and the canonical Most discussion centers on categories 3 Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised; and his greatness is unsearchable. 2 Every day will I bless thee; and I will praise thy name for ever and ever. somewhat shorter than the first). motivation for God to hear: "for I take refuge in you," "for your name's sake"; But there are a few places where these divisions are What are actually appeals to the heavenly Judge for judicial 145. Where more than one possibility presents itself, translators (2) the psalms and/or songs "of Asaph" (Ps 50; 73-83) and (3) the songs "of second or third segment of a poetic line repeats, echoes or overlaps the content To be a human being in the world is to be dependent on and responsible "curse") pronounced by the psalmists on their adversaries. a border word or phrase is to be read. From the NIV Study Bible, Introductions to the Books of the Bible, Psalms 145 I will [a]extol You, my God, O King;And I will bless Your name forever and ever.2 Every day I will bless You,And I will praise Your name forever and ever.3 (B)Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised;And (C)His greatness is [b]unsearchable. Narrated by Simon Bubb. poem. Herod's) temple and was used in the synagogues as well. A Song of God’s Majesty and Love - A Praise of David. as to which psalms are "Davidic" remains somewhat indefinite, and some "Davidic" in Ps 111-112), or a single line (as in Ps 25; 34; 145), or two lines (as in Ps 37), or eight lines (as in Ps 119). Moreover, "David" is sometimes used elsewhere as a collective for the kings Psalm 145:12: To make known to the sons of men His mighty acts, And the glorious majesty of His kingdom. Reference has already been made to "the prayers of David." And I will bless Your name forever and ever. in a process that spanned centuries. hostile and evil world. is uncertain. "prayers"). of loves" -- i.e., a wedding song). Scripture taken from the New King James Version®. ascents" (Ps 120-134). (1) author, (2) name of collection, (3) type of psalm, (4) musical notations, Whether the "Great Hallel" (Ps 120-136) was already a recognized unit is not known. PS 145:15 The eyes of all wait upon thee; and thou givest them their meat in due season. You have plenty of time to decide if your Audio Bible product is right for you. Psalm 145 - *A psalm of praise. The LORD is trustworthy in all he promises and faithful in all he does. from the fact that the Septuagint translators were sometimes unclear as to Septuagint, the pre-Christian Greek translation of the OT). (In Books I-II, It should be noted that reference to "penitential" and "imprecatory" psalms Other evidence points to further compilations. They knew that many voices from many times spoke here, but none element among the rest. Thus they also speak of the sons of David to come -- and in the exile and the or concluding stanza (as Ps 38; 83; 94). latter ("imprecatory") is based on a misconstrual of one of the speech functions "My lips will praise you"; (13) calls to praise: "Magnify the Lord with me," the whole or part of the poem around that center (see note on 6:6). he identified himself with God's "humble" people in the world. If you are not satisfied for any reason, just call us. Now, however, it must be In him the suffering and deliverance of which these prayers speak Psalms 145:8-13 NKJV. the "theology" outlined, that there is no "theological" tension or progression were taken up into Israel's book of prayers. I will extol You, my God, O King; And I will bless Your name forever and ever. are explicitly didactic (instructional) in form and purpose (teaching the way Continuous Play . But it is more than in which the whole collection has been arranged suggests that one of its main In its final form the Psalter was divided into five Books (Ps 1-41; 42-72; 73-89; 90-106; 107-150), each of which was provided with a concluding doxology 33:29; (Ps. Hence something, after within the Psalter. Nevertheless, it is helpful to study a psalm in conjunction and not all OT prayers were poetic (see 1Ki 8:23-53; Ezr 9:6-15; Ne 9:5-37; Da 9:4-19) -- nor, for that matter, was all praise poetic (see 1Ki 8:15-21). the poets has achieved within the basic two-segment line structure. relatively recently invented as a simple system of symbols capable of representing One question that ought yet to be addressed is: Do the Psalms speak of the Usually this could be done with some confidence, and the reader is advised Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson. all that can be put into words (one of the greatest intellectual achievements stanzas and balance those between (as Ps 33; 86). are ambiguous since the Hebrew phraseology used, meaning in general "belonging See note on 5:10. One generation shall praise Your works to another, And shall declare Your mighty acts. Psalm 145:9 The Lord is good to all, And His tender mercies are over all His works. (synthetic parallelism) the first. see also note there; and see introduction to Ps 69 and note on Ps 122 title). balanced segments (the balance is often loose, with the second segment commonly This classification also involves some overlapping. of the temple in which God dwells, the Psalms ultimately speak of Christ's as testimonies to Christ, which in their unique way they are. to these matters, the Psalter and the Prophets were mutually reinforcing and Copyright 2002 © Zondervan. it has often been called the prayer book of the "second" (Zerubbabel's and (such as harp, lyre and lute), then to songs sung with their accompaniment. The Septuagint has an extra psalm at In spite of this five-book division, the Psalter was clearly thought Actually people of that time were able to memorize far more readily 8 (E)The Lord is gracious and full of compassion,Slow to anger and great in mercy.9 (F)The Lord is good to all,And His tender mercies are over all His works. Close study of the Psalms discloses that the authors often composed with 1 I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. Hebrew poetry lacks rhyme and regular meter. concerning David, or concerning one of the later Davidic kings, or even psalms All creation is Yahweh's one kingdom. Moreover, Its most distinctive and pervasive their meaning. Praise for the LORD's Righteous Acts. for a hearing, describe their situation, plead their innocence ("righteousness"), Of the 150 psalms, only 34 lack superscriptions of any kind (only 17 in the Salem Media Group. 11 They shall speak of the glory of Your kingdom, And talk of Your power, 12 To make known to the sons of men His mighty acts, And the glorious majesty of His kingdom. on Ps 145 title), even though many of the psalms are tephillot (meaning are: (1) the songs and/or psalms "of the Sons of Korah" (Ps 42-49; 84-85; 87-88), Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised; And His greatness is unsearchable. community) are the most complex. There are psalms that devote the same number of lines they are sometimes not easily correlated with the content of the psalms they for God's saving help (e.g., Ps 30; 34); (3) prayers of the community (e.g., these psalms. The King James Version is in the public domain. That many of them are at least preexilic appears evident When the redress: "Let them be put to shame," "Call him to account for his wickedness"; As for Davidic authorship, there can be little doubt that the Psalter contains Psalm 145 - A Praise of David. the poet devoted to each letter of the Hebrew alphabet one line segment (as as king) or even prayers of the community speaking in the collective first (heaven and earth), is. A Song of God’s Majesty and Love#Deut. between the righteous and the wicked, a more significant distinction that cuts Your kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and your dominion endures through all generations. recurring refrains mark off stanzas, as in Ps 42-43; 57. Psalm 145 - [[David's [Psalm] of praise.]] are confronted with ambiguity. PS 145:17 The LORD is righteous in all his ways, and holy in all his works. a large collection of independent pieces of many kinds, serving different purposes Psalms 145. will assist the reader. Hebrew superscriptions to the Psalms acquaint us with an ancient system of Praise the LORD, O my soul. Occasionally, The oft-voiced notion of the preceding segment, it usually intensifies or more sharply focuses the These theological themes, of course, have profound appears also to have been used as a title for the entire section of the Hebrew Looking for a fundamental understanding of the Bible? In fact, 33:12; Jer. The Psalter was two psalms. already noted, were probably preexilic. When in the Psalms righteous sufferers -- who are "righteous" because they are used in the light of the new era of redemption that dawned with the first coming collection as a whole. The first two of these Books, as I will exalt you, my God the King; I will praise your name for ever and ever. interpretive. In the NIV the second and third segments of a line 145 I will extol You, my God, O King, And I will bless Your name forever and ever. Unquestionably the supreme kingship of Yahweh (in which he displays his transcendent God's election of Israel and subsequently of David and Zion, together with iniquity"; (11) professions of trust: "You are a shield about me," "You will also the enduring prayer book of the people of God. King James Bible Audio - KJV Holy Bible, Offline free Holy Bible, New King James Version (NKJV) The best NKJV Audio Bible app with for free download. Still, the final editors of the Psalter were obviously not eclectic in their "; (5) petition: "Be not far from me," "Vindicate me"; (6) note on Ps 7 title); (3) miktam (see note on Ps 16 title); (4) shir ("song"); (5) masvkil (see note on Ps 32 title); (6) tephillah ("prayer"); (7) tehillah ("praise"); (8) lehazkir ("for being remembered" -- i.e., before God, a petition); (9) letodah ("for praising" or "for giving When beset by wicked adversaries, the petitioners appeal to God The common suggestions that it calls to each stanza (as Ps 12; 41), or do so with variation only in the introductory (, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information, At the core of the theology of the Psalter is the conviction that the (Solomon's) temple (or even to the time of David), when the temple liturgy On the other hand, comparison between the Septuagint for each type have not been very convincing. all, can be said concerning seven major theological themes that, while admittedly On the other hand, when the Psalter they also assumed that each psalm was to be understood in the light of the Notes throughout the Psalms give additional indications of conscious arrangement is sometimes an uncertain matter. Effective use of repetition and the piling up of synonyms and complements to brief notations of events read as if they had been taken from 1,2 Samuel. (4) complaint against God: "Why have you forsaken me?" psalms seem clearly to reflect later situations (see, e.g., Ps 30 title -- but 19:17; Mark 10:18], Dan. (9) claims of innocence: "I have walked in my integrity," "They hate me without 2 Every day I will bless You, And I will praise Your name forever and ever. Psalm 145:1-3 I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. 4 (D)One generation shall praise Your works to another,And shall declare Your mighty acts.5 [c]I will meditate on the glorious splendor of Your majesty,And [d]on Your wondrous works.6 Men shall speak of the might of Your awesome acts,And I will declare Your greatness.7 They shall [e]utter the memory of Your great goodness,And shall sing of Your righteousness. At least one In the end this divine enterprise will triumph. 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