Psalm 107 - Ready to Ride flac mp3
Psalm 107 New International Version (NIV). BOOK V. Psalms 107–150. Psalm 107. 1 Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever . 43 Let the one who is wise heed these things and ponder the loving deeds of the Lord. Footnotes: Psalm 107:3 Hebrew north and the sea. Psalm 107:29 Dead Sea Scrolls; Masoretic Text, their waves. Cross references: Psalm 107:1 : S 1Ch 16:8; S 2Ch 5:13. Psalm 107:1 : S 2Ch 7:3. Psalm 107:2 : S Ps 106:10; S Isa 35:9. Psalm 107:3 : S Ne 1:9. Psalm 107:4 : S Jos 5:6. Psalm 107:4 : ver 36. Psalm 107:5 : Ex 16:3. Psalm 107:5 : S Ex 15:22; S 17:2. Psalm 107:6 : S Ex 14:10.
Discussion for Psalms 107. 3 weeks Ago. BS. ; In this Psalm there are a number of very different kinds of troubles talked about, that men get into. Some were as the result of what happened in ancient times, and the matter of Nimrod and Babel; some have to do with stupid men who think its "manly" to scorn God's counsel and commandments; some are suffering for righteousness' sake, or just because they are good, and the world loves evil.
They that go down to the sea in ships - He says go down, because the sea is lower than the earth, as appears by the rivers which run down into it; that do business in great waters - Whose occupation lies there as mariners, merchants, or fisher-men; or, who go to take ship as passengers. 107:23-32 Let those who go to sea, consider and adore the Lord. Mariners have their business upon the tempestuous ocean, and there witness deliverances of which others cannot form an idea. How seasonable it is at such a time to pray!
He commands those who are delivered to celebrate the divine goodness in the congregation of the people and the assembly of the elders, Psalms 107:32, which is the mark of the true Church and her usual description. Lastly, instances of general providences are not wont to come under the name of dsx, grace, by which these deliverances are described, not do they require such great and such careful attention in their consideration, as here the sacred poet enjoins upon the pious and the wise: such things are easily observed, and are of every day occurrence.
Ticket to Ride is the first studio album by American music duo the Carpenters. At the time of its initial release in 1969, it was issued under the title Offering, with a completely different cover photo. It was a commercial failure and produced only one minor hit single, a ballad version of the Lennon-McCartney song "Ticket to Ride". After the Carpenters' subsequent breakthrough, however, the album was reissued internationally under the name Ticket to Ride and sold moderately