His talk is rather of living by the day, and letting the morrow take thought for the things of itself. Psalm 37:23-24. The separate steps!

2. He delighteth in his way - therefore it cannot but prosper, as in Joseph's case (Genesis 39:2-6; Genesis 39:21-23; Proverbs 16:7).

Is there, then, anything strange in our heavenly Father’s ordering the steps of His children? 2. In the two preceding verses, we have also some valuable details regarding such falls, such as the help with which God will uphold them, the flatteries with which the world will still beset, and hinder them from rising again; the outward troubles into which their fall shall lead them, as through a furnace; the high position (instructors of many) which yet shall not save them from their needed ordeal -- the time appointed -- and the end in view. This entire verse is quoted almost verbatim in Proverbs 24:19; and there's also an obvious reference to it in Proverbs 23:17.

I sat one evening in a window looking out on Charing Cross railway-station, with its trains arriving, and departing every few minutes, and its cross-tides of thronging people. Psalms 37 Commentary, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, by the leading authority in the Church of Christ, presents a verse level look at the Bible. In Psalm 37:23, the psalmist says that the steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord.As I look at this particular verse, I was enlightened by the Holy Spirit on the many things that you can say in Psalm 37:23.In Psalm 37:23, you can say: *The steps of a Christian man are ordered by the Lord The steps of a man; for good men only are reckoned of by God, Jeremiah 5:1. God exercises a special control over His chosen people. In front, through the great archways, I looked out into the misty night. 1905-1909. 1685.

The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord] Heb. BibliographyClarke, Adam. (8). Proud member 1. 1983-1999. "[19], According to Maclaren, this naturally forms the end of this psalm right here, "But the poet will not leave the stern words of destruction as his last. "Commentary on Psalms 37:23". Thus you see one law--the law of the steps--running through physical and moral nature alike. Furthermore, the new rendition speaks of "the glory of the pastures"; and where do they get that? Privacy Policy   Terms of Use. "The Adam Clarke Commentary". We are certain that the RSV rendition of this place is erroneous.

23The footsteps of a man are directed by Jehovah Some join together these two things, first, that the footsteps of the godly are ordered by the grace of God, since men do not in their own strength follow what is just and right, but only in so far as the Spirit of God directs them; and hence the second follows, namely, that God favors and approves what is his own.

He was no Christian, yet I suppose none will deny but he spake good divinity, who said, "If a man will choose God for his Friend, he shall travel securely through a wilderness that hath many beasts of prey in it; he shall pass safely through this world; for he only is safe that hath God for his guide." Then God’s sons and daughters are themselves all that nature is, and much more. The good man must expect to suffer, but not perish (verses 9, 10, 13, 15, 17, 20). But the path which God ordains for a good man lies through this world: and sin is in the world, no matter why or how; and a good man’s walk with God consists very largely in a fight with sin. 23. 1832.

And he will make thy righteousness go forth as the light. Others throughout Bible history have discovered that leaving the land was not a good thing for them – Naomi and her family come to mind. 2. "His faith that infinite love rules the universe, that righteousness is always gain, and that wickedness is always loss is grandly and eternally true."[5]. Love delights to surpass expectation, and to have greater and greater surprises in reserve. Let us face the fact squarely. xxvi. A man's goings are established of the LORD; and he delighteth in his way. "A man's goings are established of Jehovah; Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down; Yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken.