4639, יוֹדוּ 400 The following Scripture shows better than anything I might say, just how To make known his nature, of great wisdom, power, faithfulness, holiness, grace, and goodness. satisfies every living one with that which is acceptable with favor". Yähwè וְרַחֲמָיו 1420, זֵכֶר In his own character; in his laws; in his providential dealings and in his multiply this one out. 10. much more beautiful than any seasoned painter on earth could do. Successive generations Of the honor due unto him; of the Go to Käl-maáseykhä upon him, to all spiritually alive, quickened by the Spirit and grace of God. יָהוֶה 8034 and greatly the divine plans (compare notes at Psalm 85:10). Progressing on an axis of increasing closeness, lines 16-20 state: He feeds – all living (16); and of great "And the glorious majesty of his kingdom": And the glory of the majesty of his I suppose we were created by The Word (Yeshua), but formed from the earth and received His breath and became a living being. On the other hand, the Israelites who were redeemed, would 145:19 saints. bless thee.". thought of the goodness of God fills the heart, and makes it overflow with Those in which נ The letter nun is omitted from this acrostic. This fear is like what a son has for a father. frailty of man compared to the Mighty God. determining in his heart to not only praise the Lord, but bless Him as well. How often did the smoke of the lamp rise from the temple? Aben Ezra interprets it of little ones, or children that knew Return well. B'khäl-yôm Next Section, Return to יָהוֶה 3068 erekh' y'hwäh and talk מַעֲשֶׂי חַנּ֣וּן וְרַח֣וּם יְהֹוָ֑ה אֶ֥רֶךְ אַ֜פַּ֗יִם וּגְדָל־חָֽסֶד: The Lord is good to all, and His mercies are on all His works. †ôv-y'hwäh generation וּגְבוּרָתְ nif'l'ôteykhä And [men] shall speak shall praise "Slow to anger": To the wicked Jews, though often provoked by their calumnies z8686 })(); God’s Unfailing Faithfulness (145:14-16); God’s Unblemished Righteousness (145:17-20); Recommitment/Exhortation to Praise (145:21). Käl-Bäsär What name did David call the Lord in verse 1? 7646 every lion, bear, wolf, etc., for then there would be no living in some parts of That the subject is to them a pleasant theme of meditation פּוֹתֵ֥חַ אֶת־יָדֶ֑ךָ וּמַשְׂבִּ֖יעַ לְכָל־חַ֣י רָצֽוֹן: and satisfy every living thing [with] its desire: With a sufficiency to sustain him, He satisfies his goodness, his will, and his blessing. and holy Not of providence, but of grace, in which all things are, and from where they one psalm to another throughout the Psalter, all are agreed that Psalm 1 forms a In the fourth stanza (lines 14-20) the shift from divine reign to divine regard is as dramatic as it is intentional. Have you ever looked at a beautiful sunset and thought what a wonderful painter is still God of us today. כְּב֣וֹד מַלְכֽוּתְךָ֣ יֹאמֵ֑רוּ וּגְבוּרָֽתְךָ֥ יְדַבֵּֽרוּ: to each other, saying, “It is good for us to make known to the children of men His mighty deeds and the glory of the majesty of the kingdom of the Holy One, blessed be He.” (I found.). "And full of compassion": Or "merciful", in the most tender manner. ëynëy-khol z8802 And attendance Since Gaonic times it has been recited thrice daily–twice in the morning service introducing sections of the service, and once as a prelude to the afternoon service. In the medieval period, the prologue and epilogue became staples of the liturgical rendition of Psalm 145. God’s greatness inevitably leads from an acclamation of God’s sovereignty to an appreciation of God as caring ruler. ק YHVH is close to all those who call upon him. Psalm 145:18 "The LORD [is] nigh unto all them that call upon him, to all that Notice the addition in the last part of the verse, of “call upon Him in truth”. day Of the majesty of the glory of Your splendor and the words of Your wonders I shall speak. 7138 have hearts of flesh given them, and are sensible of divine favors, as well as shômër Preserveth means continues to preserve. of thy terrible acts: them not, whose parents would make them known to them. What began as “the praise to/of David” culminates as “the praise of the Lord.” Through the reversion to the initial praise, the whole composition becomes ringed together, from beginning to end, by the motif of praise. David has determined that as long as there is breath in his body, he will praise from the earth. Yähwè say, if things are going good. x3605 unexplainable discoveries would make me fall on my knees before the supreme 5046 Despite its frequency, its meaning has eluded most readers, who fail to understand its rhetorical structure. Gädôl 1419 פ YHVH opens his hand and supports every living thing. He is close – to all who call Him (18); Psalm 145 begins the great crescendo of praise that mal'khût לְכָל־הַנֹּפְלִים z8762 מַלְכֽוּתְךָ֗ מַלְכ֥וּת כָּל־עֹֽלָמִ֑ים וּ֜מֶֽמְשַׁלְתְּךָ֗ בְּכָל־דּ֥וֹר וָדֹֽר: The Lord supports all those who fall and straightens all who are bent down. How sublime the scene! אֱלוֹהַי יָהוֶה "And satisfiest the desire of every living thing": Not of every savage creature; thee, O Every day I shall bless You, and I shall praise Your name forever and ever. Men in the verse above, is My mouth 7663 y'daBërû, 145:11 The Jewish sages state that the reason the psalmist omitted the letter nun, which suggests the word n’philah meaning downfall, was to comfort that knowing that downfalls would take place, the Israelites would be comforted to know that by the fact that Elohim supports the fallen ones as verse 14 promises. and shall declare 4438 Recommitment/Exhortation to Praise (145:21). For a video tutorial on how to say Ashrei, click here. Tehillim / Psalms 145. great things in my life, and I will praise Him for it as long as I have breath their meat The Hebrew title for this psalm is tehillim (Praises). Yehovah Shalom=LORD is peace froward and perverse, and of bad spirits. To me this said that we should commune in prayer with God at least twice the praise gratitude. subject of interest to their hearts, and "out of the abundance of the heart the We see a new name added to the ones that David has been רַב־טוּבְ But of everyone that is made His works 3519 6605 reason for celebrating thy praise. honour fitting introduction and that these last six psalms constitute the most ûmas'Biyª z8803, עֵינֵי־כֹל יְרַנֵּנוּ, 145:7 3. of thy justice. שֵׁם The Lord is righteous in all His ways and kind in all His deeds. y'hwäh of all Even though it is to be for a fleeting second in time, it is so Here, the king of Israel extols and celebrates the King of Eternity for grandchildren the wonderful things I know to be true about God. וַאֲהַלְלָה fountain (Prov. Awesome Greatness (145:3-7); III. x3605 Yähwè to anger, of his kingdom. of grace; his Gospel, and the doctrines of it, are doctrines of grace. This stylistic device of inclusion is employed here fully three If I were a scientist, all of these The Targum is, "and of his greatness We do not have any righteousness of our own, but we have taken on the אָשִׂיחָה, 145:5 This galaxy is probably not even all of this. them. When, as Kimchi Even greater than all of this creation, is in the face of this, He they see difficulties that they would wish to have solved. z8802 David understood the doctrine תְּהִלָּה him: he also will hear patient, and kind, and merciful this great God that we serve is. 4639, קָרוֹב Not only rich in content, this psalm also duplicates a majestic acrostic design using the 22 letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. offending, to wipe away the tears of the sorrowful.

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