Psalm 60:11-12, NKJV. Look at the great achievements made in the last 100 years! We are joyous over the times we know God is close, and we see His hand in our lives every day. Psalm 59-60 Devotional on March 23, 2020 Get link; Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Email; Other Apps; Colorful, poetic, and explicit are the pleas for God's attention to rescue and more subtle plea to vindicate the enemy or "wicked transgressor." He invites the people to flee toward that banner, toward truth. A Miktam of David; for instruction; when he strove with Aram-naharaim and with Aram-zobah, and when Joab on his return struck down twelve thousand of Edom in the Valley of Salt. We pray, and we see His answers. The psalm itself seems to have been composed during this time of conquest by David. Interestingly, even though David was in a life-threatening situation, the psalm contains no prayer. ... To sign up for a free subscription to receive the PresbyCan Daily Devotional in your inbox every day, click here. Also, I’d love to hear your thoughts on this scripture so comment on th… It is as if God has given them an alcoholic beverage that caused them to stumble about, in a fog, shocked at what is happening to them. Search Results for: "Psalm 60:" Giants Or Grasshoppers? the Super script here here the the situation situation situation to to to the the the choir choir cho. Devotional: Psalm 40. The Devotional – Beginning a look at Psalm 60 (Part 1) The Devotional – Beginning a look at Psalm 60 (Part 1) Comment: One does not have to be in a military service to feel the effects of war or persecution. Having described the geography of Israel and implying the fulfillment of God’s covenant promise to give Abraham the land that he walked up, God turns to Israel’s neighbors to the east, south, and west. The language in these verses is appropriate for many nations for many times in history. In the midst of David’s battle, he was clearly focusing on … Who will lead me to Edom? Modern readers may be put off by this psalm, it’s promotion of conquest and its nationalism, but we shouldn’t be too quick to judge. Jesus fulfills this pledge in an unexpected way. 1-4: The misery of ambush; 5-8: The promise of God; 9-12: The hope of salvation; Image by Peggy und Marco Lachmann-Anke from Pixabay. It feels like He is angry and it looks like he has rejected them, abandoning them when they needed him most. This victory was won in the garden, in prayer, before the actual battle on the cross. David stood up to these four nations and the result was 40+ years of peace. The psalm concludes with a prayer and a prediction. Wes Auden talks to us about intercessory prayer whilst showing off his beautiful garden! When he fought Aram Naharaim [] and Aram Zobah, [] and when Joab returned and struck down twelve thousand Edomites in the Valley of Salt. We are his beloved and he will save us with his own right hand. Lately I have sensed a rising trend in people; civilian and military caught in IMPROPER fear. ... Daily Devotional | Psalm 68 (April 3, 2020) - Duration: 33:18. The response to Edom’s attack is to counter attack, invade their country and besiege their city. 12 With God we shall do valiantly; it is he who will tread down our foes. You cannot understand this text without looking at a map. And yet in this catastrophe God has set up a banner for those who fear him. Rosemary Renninson. The Psalms are too gritty and honest for that. 1 60:1 Probably musical or liturgical terms; 2 60:4 Or that it may be displayed because of truth; 3 60:6 Or sanctuary; 4 60:8 Revocalization (compare Psalm 108:10); Masoretic Text over me, … These verses suggest a national catastrophe as a result of a foreign invasion. By Leah Virgin • September 14, 2019 • 0 Comments. Psalm 80 A Bible Devotion from Psalm 80 Our Destiny 8 You have brought a vine out of Egypt; You have cast out the nations, and planted it. But we need to move on to recognize that God is still on the battlefield, his flag is still flying and we can rally around him, around truth. Today Today we we. Jesus is the salvation of God, his holy arm with whom he delivers his beloved. A setback can make us stagger and wonder what to do next. This could also be translated that Philistia is shouting, but that wouldn’t really make sense. No one created us, we evolved; that makes us the highest being! Communication is one of our common problems; what we say to others is often misunderstood. In keeping with ancient near eastern theology, the responsibility for this catastrophe rests with God, even though it was the result of purposeful human actions. Circumstances may suggest that we are alone, but David is fueled by the previous vision of reality - God is in control; He is sovereign over the nations; He is with us. In this spiritual realm, man is truly useless; his power comes from Christ or Satan, and there is no other! 33:18 Commentary on Psalm 60:6-12 (Read Psalm 60:6-12) If Christ be ours, all things, one way or another, shall be for our eternal good. He […] When he fought against Mesopotamia and Syria of Zobah, and Joab returned and killed twelve thousand Edomites in the Valley of Salt. Ephraim is described as the “helmet”, and represented the northern kingdom of Israel. As a nation, we have committed sin en masse and any judgment we are receiving from God is surely due us. What is true of the individual is also true of the nation. And so David speaks truth to the situation. Now the process of standing up to the bullies was bloody, deadly, and very ugly (including the killing of POWs). A miktam[ b] of David. We are reeling and need to rally around the banner of truth, the reality of God and his moral law. Don't be deceived by such thinking; God is not mocked. This may be what David is assuming here, there’s just no way to know. My son had just started walking when Psalm 60 became real in my life. Men marry men, men become women, boys become girls, babies are suctioned from their mother’s wombs in the name of sexual freedom, adult happiness is ultimate and the kids will be okay. They were initially dumbfounded at their defeat at Ai until it came to light that there was “sin in the camp”. Feel free to read along in the show notes below. Sin has consequences. The treading down of our foes recalls the prediction of Genesis 3 that the seed of woman would crush the serpent’s head. We all go through unexpected setbacks. 3 You have made your people see hard things; you have given us wine to drink that made us stagger. Everything you see around you is due to the glory of man. Miraculously we see his blessings in our lives. Contribute a Devotional. David asks rhetorically, “Who will lead us in this attack?”, and the implied answer is God, the one who has tossed his sandal on Edom and declared it “mine”. A Miktam of David; for instruction; when he strove with Aram-naharaim and with Aram-zobah, and when Joab on his return struck down twelve thousand of Edom in the Valley of Salt. 1 Gilead lies north of Succoth and represents the northeastern part of the country corresponding with Ephraim and Manasseh to the west of Gilead and north of Shechem. 5 That your beloved ones may be delivered, give salvation by your right hand and answer us! The remaining tribe is Judah who is described as being the scepter, the law-giver, literally, the “inscriber”. Christian, don't ever forget that! Perhaps the nation will be healed only when we pray with David and seek God’s help, believe in his sovereignty, and trust in his victory. Warfare is always rough on civilian populations, as the African proverb reminds us: When the elephants fight it is the grass that suffers. God is declaring complete victory in this conflict and a preemptive celebration is in order. God speaks, either more generally “out of his holiness” to the heart of David or specifically, “from his sanctuary” (presumably from a prophet at the temple communicating that message to David and the people through him). As Abraham Kuyper said, “There is not one square inch in all of creation over which Jesus, who is Lord of all, does not declare, ‘mine’”. This would certainly make sense strategically -- come in the back door while the owner of the house is away. Restore us O God. Some of them give us great comfort, and some of them make us uncomfortable, but in the end, all of them point us to Jesus.This is a 60-day devotional that deals with us right where we are because that is where the Psalms deal with us. Or watch it here. Psalms Audio courtesy of The Boston Catholic Journal. In doing so he extended the boundaries and influence of Israel to its farthest extent ever. In order to achieve this security, nations like to have the luxury of maintaining a buffer zone, an area around the nation where any fighting will happen, rather than happening in one’s own country. We know and understand perfectly our intended conversation to another. 9 Who will bring me to the fortified city? The Sinner/Saint Devotional: 60 Days in the Psalms: Amazon.es: Daniel Emery Price: Libros en idiomas extranjeros They are wonderful days, but something happens. 11 She sent out her boughs to the Sea, and her branches to the River. Psalm 60[ a]( A) For the director of music. A culture that has abandoned truth is stumbling drunk, questioning everything, seeing things that shouldn’t be, indeed, causing them. Psalm 60:11-12, NKJV. To the choirmaster: according to Shushan Eduth. David receives an immediate answer to his prayer. Israel has been worsted in fight, but still continues its campaign against Edom. He IS longsuffering which we tend to interpret as He is not there. David hasn’t given up on God even though it feels like God has given up on his people. You do have a guardian angel who never leaves your side. He shouts in triumph over Philistia, the nation to the west that had been a long-time enemy of Israel and David personally. When that flag falls you know that you have been overrun and the best thing you can do is try to get out alive. With this Psalm, David calls on Israel to once again fear … Next: Psalm 61, Lead Me to the Rock that is Higher than I, More Devotions on the 60th Psalm from my blog, Daily Bible Devotions, Psalm 60Psalms 1 - 40Psalms 41 - 84Psalms 85 - 118Psalm 119Psalms 120 -150 Daily Bible Devotions Home, linda@devotional-reflections-from-the-Bible.com, Psalm 61, Lead Me to the Rock that is Higher than I. David was not allowed to build the temple because there was so much blood on his hands. A miktam [] of David. He is God's servant ready to do God's bidding at all times, and he is not bound by the forces of nature. This is reflected in the Latin names for right (dexter) and left (sinister). The Devotional – Beginning a look at Psalm 60 (Part 2) Comment: When is the last time you thought about the way in which you communicate with others. Everything had a spiritual component to it. “Are you with us?” It’s a question that we often ask of God when things aren’t going well. Being a king in the ancient world was not for the faint hearted, and I will not presume to judge him from the comforts of my twenty-first century easy chair where I enjoy the fruits of peace and security that were bought with the blood of soldiers. As divided and battered as our country might feel this year in light of a global pandemic, there have been far worse times in our history and in the history of nations -- worldwide wars, genocide, communist tyranny. Humanity’s two primary foes would be defeated in the span of 3 days. 1 O God, thou hast cast us off, thou hast scattered us, thou hast been displeased; O turn thyself to us again. Helpful thoughts: Nothing else we might put our trust in comes close to the faithfulness and power of God. I grabbed a few paper towels that were on the coffee table, but without even starting to clean, I dropped those after realizing I needed something far more greater for the situation. Devotional Psalm 60:11. To the choirmaster: according to Shushan Eduth. The narratives in 2 Samuel and 1 Chronicles do not suggest this, but the superscription and the content of the psalm indicate the Edomites may have taken advantage of David’s absence while fighting the Syrians to invade Israel from the south. This psalm is titled To the Chief Musician. Devotional Journal Friday, January 30, 2009. H. C. Psalm 60 – Unforeseen discipline. The psalm opens with a very lengthy superscription linking this psalm with the events recorded in 2 Samuel 8:1-14 and its parallel in 1 Chronicles 18:1-13. This is a tricky verse to translate as the word “truth” only occurs here and in Proverbs 22:21. Things which once were unthinkable are now unquestioned. A Bible Devotion from Psalm 60The Help of Man is Useless. David doesn’t confess any national sins or pray a prayer of repentance, so perhaps he doesn’t connect the actions of God with a particular reason, other than to suggest that God is angry (presumably for good reason). We live in a culture today that believes the opposite: the help of God is useless. The first four verses of the psalm suggest this type of national disaster followed by a prayer for victory. 11 Give us help from trouble, for the help of man is useless. If we trust in God, we’re secure. To [the tune of] "The Lily of the Covenant." And so our victories will be won in prayer first as we call upon God for help against the foe, acknowledge our dependence on Him, and move courageously into action. 1 O God, you have rejected us, broken our defenses; you have been angry; oh, restore us. Each of the 150 Psalms comes under intense scrutiny as Lockyer mines its treasures for today's reader. God walked the land and declared all of it “mine” through Jesus. Sounds pretty convincing, doesn't it? And yet, David trusts that the nation is still “beloved” by God and that God will answer his prayer even now, that they will be delivered from this calamity, that they will see God’s strong right hand intervene and answer his appeal. Then we hear the voice of God, not the psalmist as He makes his boast. The seed of Abraham and the Root of Jesse (David) are both descriptive terms of Jesus, and the psalm reminds us of God’s certain victory even when it is still future. Psalm 60 Devotional. Psalm 60 1 Psalm 60 For the director of music. This was assumed. The help of man is useless. Recall the episode in Joshua 7:1 where one member of the community, Aachan, disobeys God and the entire nation suffers for it. It may also be likened to what happens to the bully on the playground. With that in mind he confidently states what will happen next. Nor should anyone else. I find it fascinating that this world is filled with stories of good witches and bad witches, good demons and bad demons, and good spirits and evil spirits. For teaching. Every nation wants security -- the ability to work the land without fear that someone is going to invade and steal it from you. What may seem impossible to man is always possible with God. All our devotionals are contributed by our readers on a voluntary basis. His son Solomon would maintain those borders and between the two of them, create what was the golden age of Israel -- wealth, peace, and cultural creation. These histories describe how David systematically subdued nations on all sides -- Philistia, Moab, Syria, and Edom. The psalmist lays blame for the nation’s woes at the hand of God, saying that he has made his people see hard things. Recall that it is the Edomites who are likely the attacking army in this psalm. This is the experience of a nation that has experienced a sucker punch out of nowhere, suddenly invaded with no defense. Psalm 60:11–12: “Give us help from trouble, / For the help of man is useless. Difficulties can be a major disturbance in our lives, and cause us to be in a confused state. For teaching. One can’t blame the Edomites for taking advantage of this situation, knowing that they are probably next on David’s list. David hasn’t seen this victory, but he can see God’s promise fulfilled to Abraham in the parceling of land, and this gives him assurance that God is a promise keeper and worthy of his trust. David has been wildly successful against the Philistines and Moabites, and is currently fighting the Syrians in the north. For teaching. Posted by Grace Fellowship Church on Friday, June 12, 2020. Don't look around you in discouragement and wonder where God is. This page is a part of Latin-English book of Psalms, Catholic Public Domain Version, a new translation of the Latin Vulgate, using the Douay-Rheims as a guide by SacredBible.org. 2 You have made the land to quake; you have torn it open; repair its breaches, for it totters. 7 Gilead is mine; Manasseh is mine; Ephraim is my helmet; Judah is my scepter. And sin is not an individual act; it always affects others. O God, thou hast cast us off, thou hast scattered us, thou hast been displeased; O turn thyself to us again.” Psalm 60:1. Of course David is from the tribe of Judah, the tribe predicted by Jacob to rule, even though Judah was the fourth son. There is a true spiritual realm in which God reigns with His angels, and Satan constantly attacks and devours with his evil angels. Psalm 60 is written as King David is about to lead Israel on one of his first military campaigns. Ask different groups of people and they will tell you different sins, but most everyone will acknowledge that as a society we have wronged others -- racism, abortion, pornography, rampant dishonesty (mostly on  Twitter) -- the list is long. “Every place you step your foot will be yours” -- this was the promise to Abraham. Where is He then? Psalm 60 also has one of the longest descriptive titles given to it. {60:9} So I will compose a psalm to your name, forever and ever, so that I may repay my vows from day to day. He is always there, and always ready to fight the forces of Satan to protect you. Always. If this disaster has a spiritual cause, David’s spiritual solution will come later in the psalm when he asks for God’s intervention, declares God’s sovereignty over the nations and trusts that victory will ultimately be theirs. master, master, according according according to Shoshone Edith, Edith a.m. A. a.m. a.m. … He cleans up his feet in Moab, the land to the east of the Dead Sea suggesting a dirty basin of water, indicating that they would be in service to Israel, and he tosses his shoes on Edom, a symbolic gesture of ownership. Daily Devotional | Psalm 60 (March 24, 2020) Trinity Bible Church. The psalmist clearly understands that God is in control of everything, the big word for it is sovereign. ( B) This is an apt description of western civilization today. Shechem is the heart of western half of the country that sat astride the great travel route through the land,  and the fertile Valley of Succoth lies east of the Jordan (representing the eastern half of the country). You do not go forth, O God, with our armies. The god of this world is man. The early verses of this Psalm give an overview of the history of Israel through the time of the judges and Saul’s reign. Set to “Lily of the Testimony.” A Michtam of David. It will be another 1,000 years before God fulfills his ultimate promise to bless Abraham’s seed (plural, descendants) through Abraham’s seed (singular, Jesus). Our assurance of victory is also secured by looking to the past, to the ultimate “God with us” experience -- the incarnation of Jesus, who literally walked these same lands. David’s assurance of this was past history, looking back to previous victories and the success of his armies in the past, securing vast swaths of land as buffers between Israel and potential rivals. Today’s devotional meditation is taken from Psalm 60. Even though you cannot see this angel, he is there. 10 Have you not rejected us, O God? What this geography lesson shows is that God keeps his promises to Abraham, even if it took a thousand years. There is something dissociative about the experience with alcohol, it both numbs and immobilizes, so that you are not fully there. However, the following verse recalls the earlier lament of the psalm, God had seemed to reject his people and stayed behind when their armies went out. He failed at the most basic function -- keeping them secure. The action hasn’t taken place, but David envisions it through the eyes of faith. We are told that this psalm’s background is when David “fought with Aram Naharaim and Aram Zobah, and when Joab returned and struck down twelve thousand Edomites in the Valley of Salt.” This descriptive title points us to the events of 2 Samuel 8:1-14. 12 Through God we will do valiantly, for it is He who shall tread down our enemies. A Bible Devotion from Psalm 60The Help of Man is Useless, 11 Give us help from trouble, for the help of man is useless. Speak to God about your adversary to living out today in peace and productivity. Today’s passage: Psalm 40. God’s ultimate beatdown of our enemies would take place one Passover weekend in Jerusalem. When he fought Aram Naharaim[ c] and Aram Zobah,[ d] and when Joab returned and struck down twelve thousand Edomites in the Valley of Salt. Psalm 60 – From Defeat to Victory in God. The man who is a new creature in Christ, may rejoice in all the precious promises God has spoken in his holiness. What is your adversary that is blocking peace or productivity? Psalm 60 Devotional. Knowing that Jesus is sovereign over creation and human history, gives us the courage to face a new day, even as it may seem like the world is staggering as under the effects of wine. This spiritual realm is not under the bidding of man; rather, man is led by this spiritual realm. 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