Thoughts Upon the Hebrew Titles of the Psalms by George FenwickThoughts Upon the Hebrew Titles of the Psalms by George Fenwick

Thoughts Upon the Hebrew Titles of the Psalms

byGeorge Fenwick

Paperback | February 8, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1855 Excerpt: ... And then will every member of it be joyfully proclaiming and saying--for itself in particular--"Come, hearken, and I will tell you what God hath done for my soul"--verse 16. And thus, by taking the hint from this word, araoroo,ta;, we shall discern, I conceive, the true design and meaning of the Psalm. Psalm lxvii has been already considered, as far as relates to the lamenatstsayach binginoth; I pass on, therefore, to Psalm lxxii, which is inscribed riaWh. lishlomoh), and seems to speak chiefly, if not altogether, of the great Peace-maker, Christ. The very first verse, I conceive, sets Him before us, first absolutely as melek, the King--the Messiah--and then as ben, melek, the Son, the king; for so surely those words should be rendered, in the way of apposition, rather than the king's son. 'Tis David's prayer, I imagine, that God would send forth the Messiah; or, in his own words, that he would give His judgments, and His righteousness to that His blessed son, who vouchsafed to take the government on His shoulders, and be--emphatically--the King. And indeed, as far as I have observed, that word, melek, the king, absolutely put, does every where in the Psalms relate to the Messiah, and denote Christ. But, however that be, this psalm points so evidently to Him, and the expressions throughout are so high and strong, that I cannot believe David thought of applying them, in any sense, to Solomon. No, surely 'tis that gracious Son, the Son of God, who vouchsafed to be the King of Israel, taking them for His peculiar people, even till He came to dwell among them, "full of grace and truth;" 'tis He who is represented, verse 6, as "coming down like the rain and gentle showers that water the earth, as Him before whom all kings should fall down and all nations serve" ...
Title:Thoughts Upon the Hebrew Titles of the PsalmsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:36 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.07 inPublished:February 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217925189

ISBN - 13:9780217925181

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