Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Psalms 139|
| 1 ||David praises God for his all-seeing providence; |
|17 ||and for his infinite mercies. |
|19 ||He defies the wicked. |
|23 ||He prays for sincerity. |
Psalms 139:1 (King James Version)
O LORD, thou hast searched me, and known me.
- M. 2956. B.C. 1048. (Title.) A Psalm.
- This Psalm is supposed to have been composed by David when made king of Israel; though some think it was written by him when accused of traitorous designs against Saul. It is a most sublime ode on the wisdom, knowledge, presence, and justice of God: the sentiments are grand, the style highly elevated, and the images various, beautiful, and impressive.
- thou hast
- 23 ; Psalms 11:4 Psalms 11:5 17:3 44:21 1 Kings 8:39 ; 1 Chronicles 28:9 ; Jeremiah 12:3 ; Jeremiah 17:9 Jeremiah 17:10
- John 21:17 ; Hebrews 4:13 ; Revelation 2:18 Revelation 2:23