Like the pilgrim on the path the psalm can turn on a dime. "The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge". Deliver me, O LORD, from lying lips, from a deceitful tongue. … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 126" Individual psalms, as well as selected verses from psalms, are featured in the “Verses of Song” (Pesukei D’Zimra) that precede the daily morning service . or, "what shall he add unto thee, thou false tongue?" Bible > Commentaries > Psalm 120:3 ... Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. BibliographyJamieson, Robert, D.D. - Margin, as in Hebrew, “added.” What must be the consequence of this? Gordon Churchyard. Whole Psalm. Psalm 119 Psalm 121 ... including complete notes from the NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible and the New Bible Commentary. or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue?. That is, either, (a) from the unprofitableness of such a course; or, (b) from the natural consequences to one‘s reputation and happiness; or. "F20ומה יסיף לך "et quid addet tibi", Montanus, Castalio; so Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius. Contra sycophantarum morsum non est remedium, saith Seneca. 3.What shall the tongue of deceit give thee? https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jtc/psalms-120.html. BibliographyTrapp, John. "George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary". "F19מה יתן לך "quid dabit tibi", Pagninus, Montanus, Musculus, Gejerus; so Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. The problem faced is that of lying, deceitful persons who cause him harm. ?—Literally, What will he give to thee, and what will he add to thee, deceitful tongue? As a song sung by travelers, this is particularly relevant for the trust placed in God through the journey. 2 Deliver my soul, O LORD, from lying lips, and from a deceitful tongue.. 3 What shall be given unto thee? The product is one of the grandest, most eloquent lyrical prayers in the Psalter. 120 In my distress I cried unto the Lord, and he heard me. As Spurgeon put it, "We have left the continent of that vast 119th Psalm for the islands and islets of the Songs of Degrees." "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". Deliver my soul (Psalms 116:4), O Lord, from lying lips - from the Samaritans, who, by lying slanders, sought to destroy Israel's national life ("soul"), by preventing the erection of the temple, the religious and political center of the theocratic nation. You cannot lie and expect to get away with it. Journeys tend to be significant times for those who take them. Woe to me that I dwell in Meshek, that I live among the tents of Kedar! The answer is as follows: Copyright StatementThe New John Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible Modernised and adapted for the computer by Larry Pierce of Online Bible. . This he seemeth to say to Doeg, who is here called a false fellow and a liar, though he spake but the truth against the Lord’s priests, because not for any love to the truth, nor for respect of justice, nor of the bettering either of Saul or the priests, but only to prejudice these and to incense the other. Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible. 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. Whereby are feet moved; whereby was the foot of him who was in Paradise moved? For the Hebrew word give with the sense of comparison, see 1 Samuel 1:16, “Count (Heb., give) not thine handmaid for a daughter of Belial.” Gesenius compares the use of the Greek τιθένμι, instead of νομίζειν. 120:3. EXEGESIS: SUPERSCRIPTION: A Song of Ascents. A gradual canticle. It is capable of giving thee a great deal of trouble, of doing thee a deal of mischief. Only here both images are elaborated. 4 Sharp arrows of the mighty, with coals of juniper. The consequence - the effect - of such a use of the tongue must be like sharp and piercing arrows, or like intensely burning coals. He will punish you with a warrior’s sharp arrows, with burning coals of the broom bush. The singer is far from Jerusalem, distant from God in a far away land. Psalm 123 is the fourth psalm in the collection of psalms held together by the common designation “of Ascents” in their titles (Psalms 120-134).1 These psalms were probably collected for use during pilgrimage to Jerusalem or to promote such pilgrimage. 120:4 The imagery of Ps. q.d. 3956. Passage Lookup; Keyword Search; Available Versions; … May God answer this his supplication as He has heard his praise, and interest Himself on behalf of His servant, the sheep that is exposed to great danger. 5 Woe is me, that I sojourn in Mesech, that I dwell in the tents of Kedar! חִצֵּי גִבּוֹר שְׁנוּנִים עִם גַּחֲלֵי רְתָמִים 120:4 chiTZ y giB r sh'n niym im Gach l y r't miym In the preceding Psalm, the Church touched on different merits of her children: beginners, proficient and perfect, so that God may be praised and glorified. Verse 1. A literal translation of this verse would be, “What shall the tongue of deceit give to thee, and what shall it add to thee?” - referring to the offender himself. No entry exists in Forerunner Commentary for Psalms 120:2. He complains of his wicked neighbours that were quarrelsome and vexatious (Psa 120:5-7). Sharp arrows with coals of juniper.--A figurative intimation of the punishment in reserve for slanderers. "Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged". What shall be given unto thee? Sharp arrows of the mighty - This is an answer to the question in Psalm 120:3.The consequence - the effect - of such a use of the tongue must be like sharp and piercing arrows, or like intensely burning coals. With Bible Gateway Plus, you gain instant access to a digital Bible study library, including complete notes from the NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible and the New Bible Commentary. Psalm 123 is the fourth psalm in the collection of psalms held together by the common designation “of Ascents” in their titles (Psalms 120-134). In Exodus, Israelite males are commanded to “see the face of the Lord YHWH” three times a year (Exodus 23:17), for the festivals of Passover and Unleavened Bread in early spring; … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 121" "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". The consequence - the effect - of such a use of the tongue must be like sharp and piercing arrows, or like intensely burning coals. "Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible". Deliver my soul, O LORD, from lying lips, and from a deceitful tongue. Psalms chapter 120 KJV (King James Version) 1 (A Song of degrees.) May. Christian Bible Study Resources, Dictionary, Concordance and Search Tools. 2 Everyone n utters lies to his neighbor; with o flattering lips and p a double heart they speak. Psalm 120:3: What will he do to you, and what more besides, you deceitful tongue? Ver. 120:0 This is the 120 th Psalm of the Psalter, the 20 th of the third part, and the first of the Gradual Psalms. They were in danger of slumbering, and they were in danger of idle reverie. "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". Tigurine version. 3. What shall be given… thee—It is more natural and consistent to take this grammatically obscure verse as an address to the tongue of guile: “What shall be given thee?” or rather, “What shall he [God] give to thee?” that is, as a punishment. That is, they make not a trade and common practice thereof. So let’s read this psalm together as we get started. &c.] That is (as Austin senseth it), what remedy is there for thee? &c.] That is (as Austin senseth it), what remedy is there for thee? What punishment will not he inflict upon thee, who hates lying lips? on StudyLight.org NIV I. 1832. In my distress I called to the LORD, and he answered me. The notes explain some of the words with a *star by them. The sense is not materially affected either way. Contra sycophantarum morsum non est remedium, saith Seneca. We should desire our Christian friends, when they have any good work in hand, to call for us, and take us with them. The answer to these questions is found in Psalm 120:4. 3. Romans 6:21 What fruit had ye then in those things whereof ye are now ashamed? Copyright StatementThese files are public domain.Text Courtesy of BibleSupport.com. This is how the Lord would deliver the psalmist from lying lips. What will he do to you,and what more besides,you deceitful 1599-1645. And to do mischief to another without benefit to thyself, is an inhuman and diabolical wickedness. or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue? 3 What shall be given to you, This is how YHWH will respond to these "lying tongues" (cf. These psalms may have been sung by pilgrims ascending the road to Jerusalem (which was on a mountain) for the three great festivals: Passover, the Feast of Weeks (which we know as Pentecost), and the Feast of Tabernacles. . Adam Clarke Commentary Psalms 120 Adam Clarke: Introduction The psalmist, in great distress, calls on the Lord for deliverance from calumny and defamation, Psalm 120:1, Psalm 120:2; shows the punishment that awaits his persecutor, Psalm 120:3, Psalm 120:4; deplores the necessity of his residence with the ungodly, Psalm 120:5-7. The question which the poet, sure of the answering of his cry for help, puts to the false tongue is designed to let the person addressed hear by … Psalm 120:3-4 The sojourner’s song is poetically terse and swift in transition. The psalmist, in great distress, calls on the Lord for deliverance from calumny and defamation, Psalm 120:1, Psalm 120:2; shows the punishment that awaits his persecutor, Psalm 120:3, Psalm 120:4; deplores the necessity of his residence with the ungodly, Psalm 120:5-7. But first consider whereby the feet of him who was among the Angels were moved: who when his feet were moved fell, and from an Angel became a devil: for when his feet were moved he fell. What will he do to you, and what more besides, you deceitful tongue? ... 120:3 The psalmist addresses his opponents directly. Used by Permission. The "sharp arrows of the mighty" are the arrows of the warrior - as … Psalm 3 – Peace in the Midst of the Storm. 120:3) How shall you be visited? so Jarchi. Psalm 120. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfu/psalms-120.html. 120:4 The imagery of Ps. 120:3 The psalmist addresses his opponents directly. So, too, the word “add” has a similar sense (1 Kings 10:7; see margin). 1871-8. This is the second of the series of psalms which are titled A Song of Ascents. Introduction. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/geb/psalms-120.html. and what shall He add unto thee?' Throughout the Psalm it may be noticed that sometimes the present tense is employed indicating present action: sometimes the perfect to indicate past and present time: Ps 119:10-11,13-14,21, 51-61,101-102,131,145,147. Psalms 120:3. 3 What shall be given to you, Or what shall be done to you, You false tongue? BibliographyBarnes, Albert. What shall be given unto thee? Don’t be fooled, he Psalm 120:3. For although thou mayst thereby obtain some favour and advantage from Saul, yet thou wilt assuredly bring upon thyself the curse and vengeance of God; and then thou wilt be no gainer by the bargain. 1865-1868. This is how YHWH will respond to these "lying tongues" (cf. "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ebc/psalms-120.html. What shall be given to you? Save me, LORD, from lying lips and from deceitful tongues. 1840-57. I call on the Lord in my distress,and he answers me. it shall increase thy sorrows and distress: or rather, what gain, profit, and advantage, shall the deceitful tongue get to itself by its lies and deceit? Psalm 120.3–4 | Sharp Arrows for Your Oppressors 3 What shall be given to you, Or what shall be done to you, You false tongue? "F21"Quid inferat tibi (Deus) aut quem rem adhibeat tibi, O lingua dolosa?" To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use our convenient, John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue, Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible, George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Commentary Critical and Explanatory - Unabridged, Kretzmann's Popular Commentary of the Bible, Lange's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. Study the bible online using commentary on Psalm 120:2 and more! "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". added; Nihil praeter plagas durissimas, as Psalms 120:4. The question is put sarcastically, and the anticipated answer is brought out in the next verse. "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". 4 Sharp arrows of the 1 warrior, With coals of the broom tree! &c.] That is (as Austin senseth it), what remedy is there for thee? Thou false tongue!--The strongest treatment is not too much to be meted out to those who forge lies. Compare 1 Samuel 3:17; 1 Samuel 20:13, &c. BibliographyBullinger, Ethelbert William. I call on the LORD in my distress, and he answers me. Or to thee, to anyone that hears and reads this psalm? 3. (Read Psalm 120:1-7 and pray.) or to thee, to anyone that hears and reads this psalm? Psalms 120:1 : Psalms 120:3 >> The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment Sign up for the Berean: Daily Verse and Comment, and have Biblical truth delivered to your inbox. Psalms 120:3 What shall be given unto thee? Learn More. 1 A song of ascents. What shall be given to you, and what more shall be done to you, you deceitful tongue? The psalmist speaks out loud to his deceitful enemies who are no where to be found within earshot. 1909-1922. Job 27:8 For what is the hope of the hypocrite, though he hath gained, when God taketh away his soul? added to. Psalm 121 is a “song of ascent.” It is the second psalm in a collection used by Israelites making pilgrimages to Jerusalem (Psalms 120-134). John Trapp Complete Commentary. or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue? It was Dorothy Day who wrote, “Whenever I felt the beauty of the world in song or story, in the material universe around me, or glimpsed it in human love, I wanted to cry out with joy. none at all; it may do harm to others, but gets no good to itself; see Isaiah 28:15; Or, "what shall he (God) give unto thee? Try it free for 30 days! Deliver Me, O LORD - A Song of Ascents. "Whedon's Commentary on the Bible". Thou art not like the maid whom Avicen speaketh of, who feeding herself with poison, was herself healthy, yet infected others with her venomous breath; but rather like the traitor of whom Augustus said, I like the treason, but hate the traitor. Try it free for 30 days! Sign up for an account to try it FREE for 30 days. "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". "The 1599 Geneva Study Bible". 120:4 is the answer to the question of Ps. The law of retaliation can hardly meet the case since none can slander the slanderer. Deliver me, O LORD, from lying lips, from a deceitful tongue. 7:13). Deliver my soul, O LORD, from lying lips, From a deceitful tongue. He applies himself severally to the consciences of every one of them. Psalm 120:3 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Psalm 120:3, NIV: "What will he do to you, and what more besides, you deceitful tongue?" or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue? None at all. (3) What shall . In Psalm 123 we look above the hills to the LORD in heaven. - Margin, “What shall the deceitful tongue give unto thee;” or, “what shall it profit thee?” Luther, “What can the false tongue do?” Others render this, “How will God punish thee?” Others, “What will he (God) give to thee?” That is, What recompence can you expect from God for these malignant calumnies? This psalm (as ye see) is but short, and therefore a very fit example to show the force of prayer not to consist in many words, but in fervency of spirit. There is a reference to the common oath, "God do so to thee and more also" (1 Samuel 3:17). His crime, in a certain sense, … Or what shall be done unto thee, &c.] Heb. Psalm 120 Deliver Me, O Lord. "The Adam Clarke Commentary". This is the first psalm with a title: A Psalm of David when he fled from Absalom his son. Psalms 120:2 - Deliver my soul, O Lord , from lying lips, From a deceitful tongue. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tsk/psalms-120.html. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/mpc/psalms-120.html. (Ps. 120 In my distress I called to the Lord, and he answered me. Today terrorists are killing folks they don’t even know supposedly in your name. "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". Deliver my soul, O LORD, from lying lips, From a deceitful tongue. Ver. A. The imperative identifies the verse as containing the content of the prayer offered. "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". What will he do to you, and what more besides, you deceitful tongue? q.d. Psalm 120:3, ESV: "What shall be given to you, and what more shall be done to you, you deceitful tongue?" He threatens the judgments of God against such (Psa 120:3, Psa 120:4). This is an answer to the question in Psalm 120:3. John Trapp Complete Commentary. 2 Deliver my soul, O LORD, from lying lips And from a deceitful tongue. what plagues will not he add unto thee, who knows all the deceit that is in thee, and spoken by thee? In this psalm, the theological theme of restoration is knitted together with the theme of rejoicing. Ps. 120:3. Matthew 16:26 For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? BibliographyGill, John. Psalms 120:3 What shall be given unto thee? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul? Journeys can involve challenging or even frightening destinations as well as eagerly anticipated returns home. What shall be given unto thee? 120:3 mah-YiT n l' kh mah-Yo iyf l kh' l sh n r'miY h 120:3 What x4100 shall be given 5414 z8799 unto thee? None at all. 4. He wrote it both for what Jerusalem was in his day, and for what it … III. All the gain that the Lord will 'give' them, and add in giving - i:e., give them again and again-is, He will make their slanders recoil on themselves to their ruin (cf. Study the bible online using commentary on Psalm 120:5 and more! https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/cal/psalms-120.html. or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue? For great and weighty matters may be comprised in a few words, if they proceed from the spirit and the unspeakable groanings of the heart, especially when our necessity is such as will not suffer any long prayer. It is capable of giving thee a deal of trouble, of doing thee a deal of mischief; and of injuring thy character, and hurting thy peace and comfort, if permitted; or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue? Ver. Thou false tongue?] 1870. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/bnb/psalms-120.html. Punishment of the Deceitful Psalm 120:3-4, What will he do to you, and what more besides, O deceitful tongue? Psalms 113-118 make up the Hallel, which is recited on various holidays. The Psalm before us was prepared for the priests who served the sacred place by night. Psalms 120:3 What shall be given unto thee? They had thought to gain by their slanders. 1905. —For the pregnant, “I peace,” see Note, Psalm 109:3.Both pronouns, I and they, are emphatic. BibliographyPoole, Matthew, "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". What shall be given unto thee? Psalm 122 – Coming to the House of the LORD and the City of God. Read Psalm 120:2 commentary using The Treasury of David. Psalm 120 is the first of these Psalms and it is a psalm about praying in times of trouble. or, "what shall the false tongue add unto thee? Study Psalm 120 using Charles H. Spurgeon’s Treasury of David to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. BibliographyBeza, Theodore. Psalm 122 carries the title A Song of Ascents.Of David.It is one of the four Songs of Ascents that is specifically attributed to King David. In my distress I cried unto the LORD, and he heard me. Save me, LORD, from lying lips and from deceitful tongues. … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 130" BibliographyEllicott, Charles John. Or, "what shall it give unto thee?" A song of ascents. "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". An EasyEnglish Translation with Notes (about 1200 word vocabulary) on Psalm 120. www.easyenglish.bible. Read Psalm 120 and then join us in prayer: Our Father, Father, we pray for peace in a world that has none. The Psalms were an outlet for this enthusiasm…”1 While the well-known Catholic writer was addressing the Psalms generally, … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 98" Go to. or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue? True to these, and all … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 121" Study Psalm 120 using Matthew Henry Bible Commentary (complete) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. It is first most readily suggested to consider Psalm 120:3 … Psalm 120:2, Save me, O Lord, from lying lips and from deceitful tongues. Words in boxes are from the Bible. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. None at all. (7) I am for peace. Psalms 120:4). etc. Ascents. Save me, LORD, from lying lips and from deceitful tongues. The "sharp arrows of the mighty" are the arrows of the warrior - as war was conducted mainly by bows and arrows. PSALMS 120-134. He however seems to express more than this, — he seems farther to intimate, that after they have poured forth all the venom of their calumnies, their attempts will nevertheless be vain and ineffectual. 1 In a my distress I cried to the LORD, And He heard me. Psalm 120:3, KJV: "What shall be given unto thee? - literally, 'What shall (He, the Lord) give unto thee? The eightfold Tav. 2 Deliver my soul, O Lord, from lying lips, and from a deceitful tongue. Sharp arrows of the mighty - This is an answer to the question in Psalm 120:3. Ezekiel 10:2. 3. That is, what shall the deceitful tongue give unto thee, O my soul? What shall be given unto thee? I call on the LORD in my distress, and he answers me. A warrior's sharp arrows, with glowing coals of the broom tree! Seven psalms form the core of the Kabbalat Shabbat(Friday night) service. That is, what shall the deceitful tongue give unto thee, O my soul? Seek whereby he fell: he fell through pride. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/acc/psalms-120.html. One of the 15 “Psalms of Ascent” (120-134), Psalm 130 begins with the familiar cry for help, “Out of the depths.” This is a prayer for help at a time of deep personal need; an individual’s prayer, that serves also as an invitation to the community of believers to hope in the promise of redemption. The essential idea is, What will be the result of such conduct? "Commentary on Psalms 120:3". As God is the maintainer of the innocence of his servants, David, inspired with hope from this truth, rises up against them with heroic courage, as if about to triumph over the whole crowd of his calumniators, (51) reproaching them for doing nothing else than betraying an impotent passion for evil speaking, which God at length would cause to recoil upon their own heads. (50) The Prophet aggravates the malice of his enemies by asserting that they were so wickedly inclined as to be driven to evil speaking when they saw no prospect of deriving any advantage from such a course of conduct. Psalm 120:4. Cancel any time. But others better, what gain gettest thou what profit makest thou of thy lying and slandering? "E.W. 4 Sharp arrows of the warrior, With coals of the broom tree! 120:3 The psalmist addresses his opponents directly. Hebrew, "he will not." Study Psalm 123 using Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. Or, "what shall it give unto thee? https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/hcc/psalms-120.html. what will follow? https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/whe/psalms-120.html. Verses from Psalms 34 and 99 accompany the procession for taking t… Ps. or what shall be done to you, you false tongue? BibliographyWhedon, Daniel. But others better, what gain gettest thou what profit makest thou of thy lying and slandering? What shall be given to you, and what more shall be done to you, You deceitful tongue? These psalms were probably collected for use during pilgrimage to Jerusalem or to promote such pilgrimage. PSALM 120. Or he designs Doeg or some other person in Saul’s court eminent for this wickedness. What must be expected to follow from it? 120:4 is the answer to the question of Ps. This is a study guide commentary which means that you are responsible for your own interpretation of the Bible. Like the foul skunk, he emits an odour of falsehood which cannot be endured by the true; and therefore he often escapes, unchastised by those whom he has most injured. Psalm 120:3 NIV Psalm 120:3 NLT Psalm 120:3 ESV Psalm 120:3 NASB Psalm 120:3 KJV Psalm 120:3 Bible Apps Psalm 120:3 Biblia Paralela Psalm 120:3 Chinese Bible Psalm 120:3 French Bible Psalm 120:3 German Bible Alphabetical: and be besides deceitful do done given he more O shall to tongue What will you He complains of his wicked neighbours that were quarrelsome and vexatious, Psalms 120:5-7. The term “ascents” comes from a Hebrew root meaning “to go up.” This word appears … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 123" A journey can lead to anything from a new home and a new beginning in life, to a memorable excursion with family or friends. James Montgomery Boice points out that since these titles are in the canonical text of the Hebrew Bible, “They are to be taken with absolute seriousness throughout.” Psalm 120 - NIV: I call on the LORD in my distress, and he answers me. He asserts that YHWH will give them what they deserve (AB, p. 196; UBS Handbook, p. 1048). 3. The expressions here are so concise and obscure, and it is possible to connect them in so many different ways, that the sense is highly doubtful. From addressing the Lord the Psalmist turns to the slanderers. or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue?. 2 Deliver me, O Lord, from lying lips, from a deceitful tongue. Or what shall be done unto thee? Verb - Qal - Imperfect - third person masculine singular, Verb - Hifil - Imperfect - third person masculine singular, Preposition | second person feminine singular, what will he add to thee, deceitful tongue, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, OT Poetry: Psalm 120:3 What will be given to you (Psalm Ps Psa.) A warrior's sharp arrows, with glowing coals of the broom tree! Woe to me, that I sojourn in Meshech, that I dwell among the tents of Kedar! https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/bul/psalms-120.html. Thou false tongue - This may be either an address to the tongue itself, or, as above, the word “tongue” may be used as the nominative to the verbs in the sentence. Dissertation Tenth. Psalm 121 – The God Who Keeps and Helps. Psalm 12:2; Psalm 120:3. What shall be given to you, and what more shall be done to you, You deceitful tongue? Psalm 120A song of ascents. 7:13). Psalm 120:2-3. "The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire Bible". Home × Home; Bible. Churches are being burned and Christians are being martyred to further the cause of a prophet you did not send and a book you did not inspire. Many psalms are employed in Jewish liturgy. Learn more today! For example: 1. A song of ascents. 1685. where it is better, as in the Authorised Version, to take the subject as indefinite, and so render by the passive. John Trapp Complete Commentary. Bible Commentary Early Church Fathers Medieval Patristic. Finding the new version too difficult to understand? Hence, as in the margin of our Bibles, the psalm assumes the dramatic form, and represents his fellow worshippers as asking the complainer: What evil, O servant of God, can the false tongue give to thee! Woe to me, that I sojourn in Meshech, that I dwell among the tents of Kedar! Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Psalm 123. INTRODUCTION TO SONGS OF ASCENTS. "Calvin's Commentary on the Bible". Psalm 120:3. In my distress I called to the LORD, and he answered me. 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