|Overview - Psalms 107|
|1||The psalmist exhorts the redeemed, in praising God, to observe his manifold providence,|
|17||over sick men;|
|33||and in divers varieties of life.|
Psalms 107:39 (King James Version)
Again, they are minished and brought low through oppression, affliction, and sorrow.
- The incidents detailed in these verses, which frequently occur, and mark the superintendence of a benign Providence, and the hand of a just God, appear to be brought forward to illustrate the return of the Israelites from captivity, and the punishment of their oppressors the Babylonians. Wherefore, at last, as in a common chorus, they conclude with exhorting each other to a serious consideration of these things, and to make a proper return to the Almighty.
- they are
- Psalms 30:6 Psalms 30:7 Genesis 45:11 ; Ruth 1:20 Ruth 1:21 ; 1 Samuel 2:5-7 ; 2 Kings 4:8 ; 8:3 Job 1:10-17
- Exodus 1:13 Exodus 1:14 ; Exodus 2:23 Exodus 2:24 Judges 6:3-6 ; 2 Kings 10:32 ; 2 Kings 13:7 2 Kings 13:22 14:26
- 2 Chronicles 15:5 2 Chronicles 15:6 ; Jeremiah 51:33 Jeremiah 51:34