I looked up this verse when I first started seeing it EVERYWHERE and now it makes me so annoyed to see people misinterpreting scripture! In light of his repeated references to his sins, including the sins of his youth, he must have been older. The language expresses the confidence of the people in the time of the impending danger. Can we draw something from that? You see, Psalm 46 is a war Psalm specifically known as Zion Song. As a stand-alone promise, it appears as though God exists to make us all popular, rich, healthy, and powerfully well known! Read Psalm 37:4 commentary using The Treasury of David. I have written before about Psalm 46. 3 Though the waters thereof roar and be troubled, … The first and most obvious is that it rips 2 1/2 verses (verses 5-7) out of their context Psalm 37:4 (ESV) Today, we’re going to try to put that verse back into the larger context from which it’s constantly pulled. I keep seeing Psalm 46:10 pop up these days. "Possibly" there may be an allusion here to what occurred in the camp of the Assyrians, when the discovery that the angel of the Lord had smitten them was made early in the morning, or when men arose in the morning: "The angel of the Lord went forth, and smote in the camp of the Assyrians an hundred and fourscore and five thousand: and when they arose in the morning" (that is, when men arose in the morning), "behold, they were all dead corpses," Isaiah 37:36. she shall not be moved; though the earth may; and when it is, Psalm 46:2, neither from the heart of God, on which his people are set as a seal; nor from the hands of Christ, from whence they can never be plucked; nor from the covenant of grace, which is immovable; nor off of the rock Christ, on which they are built; nor from the state of grace, of justification, adoption, and sanctification, in which they stand; nor out of the world, by all the cunning and power of antichrist; God shall help her, and that right early: or "when the morning looks out" (x). The theology is true but it’s not honest to what Psalm … Literally, "in the faces of the morning," as the word is commonly used; or, more literally, in the "turning" of the morning - for the verb from which the word is derived means properly "to turn," and then "to turn to or from any one." Some have chastised women for not knowing the reason this Psalm was written and for taking it out of context and applying to their personal lives. ... or as it is seasoned (intermingled, and as it were besprinkled) with delight; and upon the same account, of all out other converse, so far as it is influenced by religion. We need to know the Bible in context to prevent misconceptions about truth. Its a pet peeve right up there with “claiming a life verse.” Really??? This is why he referred to God as a “very present help in trouble.” So let’s start with verse 1 and read through verse 7: 1 God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Stop cherry-picking verses to fit your mood, your situation, your desired outcome, your goals, your whatever. The Bible describes King David as a man after God’s own heart (Act 13:22). Trying to find more information on it , I came across your post , and it’s explained it further . Indeed, everyone seems to know that taking a verse in the Bible “out of context” is a bad thing, but apparently a lot of people do it any way. Although the example of Psalm 46:5 is minor, as Christians we need to know the Word of God. Illustrated Faith: Psalm 46:5. It says, “God is within her, and she will not fail.” PERFECT! Jesus lovin’, hubby smoochin’, kid huggin’ crazy mess of a girl with a heart to serve other crazy messy women. To shake or tremble (Psalm 46:5, Jer 49:21) 10. So, while this psalm is from David and about his trials, it is truly about the Lord Jesus and His dealings with His enemies. This thread runs throughout the psalm. I came across verse 5. It is about cosmic collapse, political turmoil, and divine intervention. While each psalm is a self-contained poem that ought to be read in its own right—and not twisted to say whatever we want it to say—”context” in the psalms is more fluid than in other books of the Bible. It’s rare that I don’t have something to say, but I … No…we cannot take Scripture out of context, even if it helps us. And “context” does not always work in exactly the same way. Psalm 34 - Of David. As I was looking for a verse to go along with the theme, I came across the verse Psalm 46:5 on Pinterest. My purpose is not to pick apart this song (rather it is to encourage you to stay true to the Word of God in every area of your life) so I will point out only two departures that it makes from Psalm 36 itself. Yesteday , after thoroughly reading from verse 1, i realized that the verse’s got nothing to do with women. Women are drawn to it like flies to honey, and unfortunately, it is always used out of context and to force law-like behavior down women’s throats (be still = a command to have a daily quiet time in order to “hear” from God). 9. The "she" is verse 5 is referring to Zion, the city of God. Out of Context: This verse is typically given to someone as a sentiment during a difficult time, or on a graduation card after crossing a stage receiving his or her diploma or degree. In fact, this song is the basis for  Martin Luther’s famous hymn “A Might Fortress is Our God” (ibid). This verse does not mean that God is in US and WE will never fall; it means that God is in Heaven, and Heaven will never fall. 3 Though the waters thereof roar and be troubled, … As I sit here during one of my most favorite times of day, morning coffee time, I am at a complete loss of what to say “about” me. Psalm 62:2,6 He only is my rock and my salvation; he is my defence; I shall not be greatly moved… Psalm 112:6 Surely he shall not be moved for ever: the righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance. 3 Though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging. Unless you have somehow become perfect (aka glorified and now reside in Heaven) then you will fall. she. To put the matter positively, we need to learn how to take biblical statements in context. I mean, this verse says that God is within ME, right? Study the bible online using commentary on Psalm 37:4 and more! The subject of Psalm 46 is Yahweh, the Eternal and Most High God. I will extol the LORD at all times; his praise will always be on my lips. PRIMARY CATEGORIES OF PSALMS Specifically, this is what is known as a “Zion Song:” this is a psalm about “cosmic collapse, political turmoil, and divine intervention.” (Reformation Study Bible, notes, page 883). About. The psalmist replies to this promise by calling God “My refuge and my fortress, my God in whom I trust” (Psalm 91:2). THE MISUSE OF PSM. If you are a regenerated believer, then, yes, you have the Holy Spirit living inside of you. I mean, who am I to think that God can’t or won’t use His entire Word to speak to me and change my life at any point? Thank you! Cities are referred to by the feminine pronoun in literature. - Psalm 46:5 (NIV) … Great post! Psalm 46:5. So if you read this entire section, it’s easy to see that this psalm is not a happy-go-lucky kind of worship piece; something seriously wrong is going on here. Fascinating to think about! We may apply it to spiritual enemies, and the encouragement we have that, through Christ, we shall be conquerors over them. It says, “God is within her, and she will not fail.” PERFECT! Illustrated Faith: Psalm 46:5. God’s promises in the Bible are powerful, but distorted scriptures are powerless. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. And what a great point you make about making their own religions by borrowing heavily from Christianity. So true. Great article. When it is night with the church, it is the hour and power of darkness with the enemies of it; and this is the time of the reign of antichrist, whose kingdom is a kingdom of darkness: but the "morning cometh, and also the night"; the former being about to break forth, and the latter to be at an end; yea, at eventide it shall be light: and the Lord will be a suitable, seasonable, and timely help to his people; for though weeping endures the night, joy comes in the morning. Read your Bible in context, and learn what it is God really means. I’m glad you are addressing this issue. Beautifully written and well researched. Well written and so important for people to study the word and its context. I’m amazed at the percentage of professing Christians who just do not understand how to read and apply the bible, and who fail to rightly understand the faith they claim to posses. God [is] in the midst of her The church and people of God; not merely by his essence, power, and providence, as he is in the midst of the world; but by his gracious presence, and which always continues, though not always perceived; and … Take, for example, the Psalms. ( Log Out /  This is language such as would be used in reference to a place that was besieged, and would well apply to the state of things when Jerusalem was besieged by the armies of Assyria under Sennacherib. Thank you! These foes are many in number and they hate David with violence (v. 19). So again, God with us, absolutely, but Psalm 46:5 is not a verse to use to claim that God is within us and we will never fall…because we women are not the “her” in the verse. Psalm 125:1 A Song of degrees. Psalm 46:5. Some have chastised women for not knowing the reason this Psalm was written and for taking it out of context and applying to their personal lives. So when the psalmist here says, “God is within her,” the “her” to which he is referring is the New Jerusalem, or Heaven. Psalm 125:1 A Song of degrees. It was written to a specific group of people about a specific situation, and it has a very specific meaning. Psalm 51:11 Another verse that is used without careful consideration of its context is Psalm 51:11: “Cast me not away from your presence, and take not your Holy Spirit from me” (ESV). We are studying Psalm 91 for Sunday, February 27 – a popular psalm of trust in God’s protection. Cry out and shout, thou inhabitant of Zion: for great is the Holy One of Israel in the midst of thee. Cry out and shout, thou inhabitant of Zion: for great is the Holy One of Israel in the midst of thee. As I was looking for a verse to go along with the theme, I came across the verse Psalm 46:5 on Pinterest. King David even survived murdering Uriah the Hittite. The poetic idea here seems to refer to the day as having turned away "from" us at night, and then as turning about "toward" us in the morning, after having gone, as it were, to the greatest distance from us. If you look at verse four, you can see that the focus switches from trouble and fear to a telling of the city of God – the place where the Most High dwells. Since his sin with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband led to the events of Absalom’s revolt, it probably was written during that episode.Note David’s situation: He has treacherous enemies that are seeking to exult in his demise (vv. About. July 16, 2017 April 29, 2019 adventureswithasideofespresso. I was recently convicted over this very thing. Yes. These quotations are applied to Yeshua despite their complete lack of association with him in their original setting and are repeatedly taken out of context by the writer. 7 The Lord Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress. We have an entire canon of Scripture that teaches us the God is with us, will never leave us, and will assist us as He sees fit. I cannot begin to tell you how many times I have seen this verse pop up lately, especially on jewelry and coffee mugs, obviously designed for women. July 16, 2017 April 29, 2019 adventureswithasideofespresso. The theology is true but it’s not honest to what Psalm … teaching compared to the teaching of Psalm 36. But then, I looked it up in my Bible to see the different phrasing and context of … We can’t be certain about David’s circumstances in this psalm. Verse Context See Psalm 46:5 with its adjacent verses in bold below. Psalm 46:5. To prompt (See 'move', American Dictionary of the English Language, Noah Webster, 1828, retrieved Feb 20, 2014 [webstersdictionary1828.com]) This word can mean to transfer from one location to another, or excite commotion, or influence, or make angry, or shake in its place. By quickly checking the context of that cross-reference, you can come back to your main passage with greater understanding. But if we read the surrounding verses, we discover Paul is talking about contentment, not achievements. Psalm 109:21-31 contain prayer and praise from David. As I sit here during one of my most favorite times of day, morning coffee time, I am at a complete loss of what to say “about” me. Can we believe that God is with us and will help is in times of trouble? Verse Context See Psalm 46:5 with its adjacent verses in bold below. People are afraid, the earth is crumbling, and they are searching desperately for hope and safety. 5 God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day. When he says “She will not fall,” he is referring to the eternality of Heaven: it will last forever, it will never ever fall, be moved, or any other interpretation you may have seen. I don’t know how much more plainly I can write that. So, while this psalm is from David and about his trials, it is truly about the Lord Jesus and His dealings with His enemies. 2 Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea. But then, I looked it up in my Bible to see the different phrasing and context of … ( Log Out /  Each of these is a literary unit and should be read as such. I keep seeing Psalm 46:10 pop up these days. It is he who “dwells in the shelter of the Most High” that will “abide in the shadow of the Almighty” (Psalm 91:1). (If you have time, read Psalm 37:1-9 now.) Psalms 46:5. Yes, but we’ll get back to that in a moment. Will you fall? Out of Context: Honestly, the most common travesty committed toward this verse is that only a piece of this verse is quoted. Out of Context: This verse is typically given to someone as a sentiment during a difficult time, or on a graduation card after crossing a stage receiving his or her diploma or degree. One must read around the verse in question in order to understand what is happening. A Quick History Lesson on Psalm 46 I have written before about Psalm 46. And it’s almost always used out of context. Quotations from Psalms flow one upon the other throughout the letter of Hebrews. ( Log Out /  Love your “cherry-picking” statement too. 6 Nations are in uproar, kingdoms fall; he lifts his voice, the earth melts. The first rule of properly reading and interpreting Scripture is…context. Our theme for yesterday’s Sunday service was ‘ Be still and know that i am God ’. We’re going to see what it means, what it doesn’t mean, and why taking it out of context can be so dangerous and damaging to our faith. The psalm has a pattern of development by which ideas are presented, developed, and brought to a conclusion. But before that , I was seeing women post it all over social media , out of context. ( Log Out /  “Rest in the presence of the Lord” is what most are meaning when they quote this verse. These quotations are applied to Yeshua despite their complete lack of association with him in their original setting and are repeatedly taken out of context by the writer. It’s right up there with Jeremiah 29:11! Women are drawn to it like flies to honey, and unfortunately, it is always used out of context and to force law-like behavior down women’s throats (be still = a command to have a daily quiet time in order to “hear” from God). And “context” does not always work in exactly the same way. When he pretended to be insane before Abimelek, who drove him away, and he left. Knowing the Bible can help guard against false doctrines and teachings. We need to understand what it means to take a statement out of context and how to avoid doing so. As our advocate (1 John 2:1), as our mediator (1 Timothy 2:5) and as our High Priest (Hebrews 4:15), the Lord is constantly interceding on our behalf. God shall help her - That is, in her danger, he will interpose to save her. It was written specifically to and about the Jews in Jerusalem. Thanks! Then there are going to be other Psalms that were very tied to the ''history of Israel'' in various ways. Yes, if taken IN CONTEXT, this is a perfect Psalm for our President, when you consider verses 1–8!!! As a stand-alone promise, it appears as though God exists to make us all popular, rich, healthy, and powerfully well known! But if we read the surrounding verses, we discover Paul is talking about contentment, not achievements. Lately it’s been bothering me to see this verse used out of context. Absolutely! You see, Psalm 46 is a war Psalm specifically known as Zion Song. Taken out of context, this verse suggests that whatever I want to do — run a marathon, make a million dollars, become famous, solve world hunger — I can accomplish it if I just believe! To understand one particular psalm it helps to read those that precede and follow. 97:7 BY THE WRITER OF HEBREWS. THE MISUSE OF PSM. As our advocate (1 John 2:1), as our mediator (1 Timothy 2:5) and as our High Priest (Hebrews 4:15), the Lord is constantly interceding on our behalf. This a a war psalm. God is within her; she will not be moved. Out of Context: This verse is typically given to someone as a sentiment during a difficult time, or on a graduation card after crossing a stage receiving his or her diploma or degree. This is another PERFECT example of God's Holy Word being taken out of context! Thank you so much for this post! Though this is a very true and practical spiritual application that can be drawn from Psalm 46:5, the context of the verse is very clear that the psalmist is not speaking of a “spiritual victory” but actual “physical triumph” over the perils of that particular time. I will glory in the LORD; let the afflicted hear and rejoice. Because of this one must be especially careful not to take individual verses out of context. Tithe-paying, Bible-believing, Holy Spirit-filled Christians have a Psalm 91 “protection policy” against COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, according to New Zealand\\'s popular multi-campus Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki. The Book of Psalms is a collection of 150 musical poems. It might be an individual psalm expressing something that happened in David's life, and David wrote this psalm, we're told, coming out of that experience in his life. Thank you so much for your kind encouragement. While each psalm is a self-contained poem that ought to be read in its own right—and not twisted to say whatever we want it to say—”context” in the psalms is more fluid than in other books of the Bible. Most use this verse as a quiet and peaceful silence before the Lord. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. And it’s almost always used out of context. I was never a fan of this verse before just because it is always taken out of context to make it seem like it’s written for women but the more that I hear it the more that I like it both out of context and in context. This psalm is not a promise for you, in modern America, to name and claim as your very own. [Study questions for this text.] Do you have a Bible verse for “God works in mysterious ways’? I sought the LORD, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears. Glorify the LORD with me; let us exalt his name together. (x) "respiciente mane", Pagninus; "ad prospectum aurorae", Musculus; "at the looking forth of the morning", Ainsworth; that is, "speedily and quickly", as Suidas interprets it in voce. So I will not fall? 5 God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day. That was a lot easier than I thought it would be. If we did, I could completely yank some Old Testament passage about child-rearing from Leviticus, and stone my child for disobedience, because, hey, it helps me. 2-3). I was never a fan of this verse before just because it is always taken out of context to make it seem like it’s written for women but the more that I hear it the more that I like it both out of context and in context. Originally, this psalm was a song written for the ethnic nation of Israel — both genders included. And Psalm 51 would be an example of that. Psalm 109:21-31 contain prayer and praise from David. Ladies, I am begging you, please start reading your Bibles, thoroughly. Again, this is a verse completely taken out of context and used to give false hope to countless women desperate for the real Truth that only Christ can bring. Just one problem. Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. It is the same with the Mass readings. Change ), Saturday Sampler: September 11 — September 17 « The Outspoken TULIP, Book Review: Evidence that Demands a Verdict, Book Review: Good Boy, Achilles (Eddie Ellis). I concluded that verse 5 was about ‘God within us , we will not fall’ . It was his chosen abode, and as long as such a Being dwelt in the city, they had nothing to fear. What It Doesn’t Mean It will be so much more beneficial to you. The "she" is verse 5 is referring to Zion, the city of God. – Psalm 46:10. 9. This is a psalm about war. 46:1-5 This psalm encourages to hope and trust in God; in his power and providence, and his gracious presence with his church in the worst of times. Psalm 46:5 finds its resting place nestled between verses 4 and 6, which all reside in the greater context of chapter 46. And that right early - Margin, "when the morning appeareth." Focusing on Psalm 46:1-11. Gospel passages read in context often have a sightly different emphasis from the one we assume when we hear them proclaimed at the ambo. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. 9 Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones. 4 There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God, the holy place where the Most  High dwells. It’s rare that I don’t have something to say, but I … Well, it means we must stop wearing this verse on our body as jewelry, apparel, and tattoos, for starters. To shake or tremble (Psalm 46:5, Jer 49:21) 10. 97:7 BY THE WRITER OF HEBREWS. Take, for example, the Psalms. This is the historical context of King David’s psalms. You must be responsible when handling God’s Word, and read it how He intended it to be read. she. You can’t read yourself into it – that is mishandling the Word. They are called to be confident that God is always with them, no matter what circumstances they are facing. as far as i know it, most people that are anti God, or atheist, do twist scriptures out of context and when they teach the uneducated, they lead them astray with false interpretations as well. Taken out of context, this verse suggests that whatever I want to do — run a marathon, make a million dollars, become famous, solve world hunger — I can accomplish it if I just believe! But if the words help us..why cant we use it..God works in mysterious way right? As a stand-alone promise, it appears as though God exists to make us all popular, rich, healthy, and powerfully well known! “Rest in the presence of the Lord” is what most are meaning when they quote this verse. Is God in us? This is not a personal psalm, a psalm of prayer and praise, or a psalm designed for personal interaction with the Almighty. Thanks. Follow either of the two large buttons below to see these verses in their broader context of the King James Bible or a Bible concordance. It is about cosmic collapse, political turmoil, and divine intervention. That was a lot easier than I thought it would be. Beautiful verses, but for Israel specifically , Thank you for this post. Jesus lovin’, hubby smoochin’, kid huggin’ crazy mess of a girl with a heart to serve other crazy messy women. That would be Heaven, or the New Jerusalem. God will help her when morning dawns. Search out good people from which to learn, and do not assume that just because a verse sounds like it’s promising you good things that you can automatically claim that in your life. Follow either of the two large buttons below to see these verses in their broader context of the King James Bible or a Bible concordance. The noun is applied to the face or countenance, because the person is "turned" to us when we see his countenance. To prompt (See 'move', American Dictionary of the English Language, Noah Webster, 1828, retrieved Feb 20, 2014 [webstersdictionary1828.com]) This word can mean to transfer from one location to another, or excite commotion, or influence, or make angry, or shake in its place. I fear that a great majority are constructing a religion of their own making that simply borrows heavily from the Christian faith. Verse five then, refers back to that: the New Jerusalem. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. That “interpretation” is taken out of context and totally self-focused. A close reader of the text has already pointed out the important tie between Jesus’ command to “keep awake” and the surrounding illustrative material. (a) he dwelt there by the visible symbol of his presence, the Shekinah; (b) he was there "actually" as a help and a protector. In order to understand the original meaning, let’s step back and consider the greater context of the verse – Psalm 37 – so we can better grasp the meaning of verse 4. Most use this verse as a quiet and peaceful silence before the Lord. Quotations from Psalms flow one upon the other throughout the letter of Hebrews. 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. Keep pressing on, Sister! I agree with the “life verse”! Psalm 62:2,6 He only is my rock and my salvation; he is my defence; I shall not be greatly moved… Psalm 112:6 Surely he shall not be moved for ever: the righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance. David as a quiet and peaceful silence before the Lord with me ; lifts. 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