--J. The *psalmist (the person that wrote the psalm) could not get out of the hole. Psalm 130:7, NASB: "O Israel, hope in the LORD; For with the LORD there is lovingkindness, And with Him is abundant redemption." This is the natural order, the necessary order, easiest, wisest, and most profitable order. Let Israel hope in the LORD. For with the LORD there is mercy. That man has a just right to exhort others who is himself setting the example. Verse 7-8. Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. Israelites indeed, in whom there is no guile; from all his iniquities —, Let Israel hope in the LORD: for with the LORD, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. Is it not better to be in the deeps with David, hoping in God's mercy, than up on the mountain tops, boasting in our own fancied righteousness? He does not proceed according to the legal stringency of recompensative justice. Kimchi interprets this of redemption from Egypt, Babylon, &c. (d) He shows to whom the mercy of God belongs, that is, Israel, to the Church and not the reprobate. The attribute of mercy, and the fact of redemption, are two most sufficient reasons for hoping in Jehovah; and the fact that there is no mercy or deliverance elsewhere should effectually wean the soul from all idolatry. Let Israel hope in the LORD: for with the LORD there is mercy, and with him is plenteous redemption. There is a similar passage in Vicentius Ciconia (1567), which we introduced into our larger Commentary on the Psalms (1859-60).). Israel should hope in his mercy, in his patience, in his provision, in his plenteous redemption. for with the Lord there is mercy; which is natural and essential to him; as displayed, is either general, and over all his works, and towards all his creatures; or special, only shown to whom he will: this flows through Christ, and is very large and abundant; and appears in various instances, in the covenant, in the mission of Christ, and redemption by him; in regeneration, the forgiveness of sins, and in salvation; as well as it is bestowed on innumerable objects: and this nerves much to encourage hope, since there is plenty of it, and God is plenteous in it; and it is kept for many, for thousands, and even the vilest of sinners, share in it; God has set up a throne of grace and mercy for men to apply to, and he delights in showing mercy, and in those that hope in it: or, there is "grace" (k) with him; an abundance of it in his heart; a fulness of it in his son; and large aboundings of it through Christ, in conversion, pardon, and other things; and with him is plenteous redemption; the purpose of it was in him; the scheme of it was drawn by him; the covenant of it was made with Christ; the promise of it was published, and now the thing itself is done, and is with Christ the author of it: and this is "plenteous", if we consider the number of persons redeemed from among men, being such as no man can number; what of them is redeemed, even all of them, their souls and bodies; what they are redeemed from, from all sin, the law, its curse and condemnation, from death and hell, from Satan and all enemies; the several blessings included in it, or connected with it, pardon of sin, justification of persons, adoption, sanctification, and eternal life; the great price paid for it, the blood, the life of Christ, yea, himself: and the large display of love, grace, and mercy, wisdom, power, justice, and holiness, made in it. And with him is plenteous redemption. --J. C. Philpot. 4 Denn bei dir ist die Vergebung, dass man dich fürchte. Verse 7. This plenteous redemption leaves behind it no more relies of sin than Moses left hoofs of beasts behind him in Egypt. This redemption cancels all sin.


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