Thirdly, he imprints it in our hearts and maketh us obedient to the same; for the servant who knoweth the will of his master, and doeth it not, shall be beaten with many stripes: Luke 12:47 . II. The Psalmist pleads with God a double motive-His relation to us and His own perfectness, ‘Thou art my God; therefore teach me.’ ‘Thy Spirit is good; therefore lead me into the land of uprightness.’ I can but glance for a moment at these two pleas of the prayer. He knew that He had pleasure in the prosperity--spiritual and temporal--of His servants (Psalms 35:27). ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. Now he prayeth for his soul’s health; and would be as well delivered from his corruptions within as from his enemies without. Verse 10. Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. It was a practical deficiency--. The enemy pursues me, he crushes me to the ground; he makes me dwell in the darkness like those long dead. We see in the Psalms how it has learned to look into itself, how it has learned the need of the inward watch, the inward struggle, the inward self-disclosure. His leadings tend to the land of uprightness. For this to happen, we must open our hearts to the will of God. Psalms 143 Commentary, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, written by 29 eminent scholars, is one of the most-recognized standards of expository commentaries ... Psalms 143:10 b is best taken as a continuous sentence, embodying a prayer for guidance. For the enemy has pursued me, crushing my life to the ground, “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.” In the creation of man, as in all else, God the Spirit was engaged, as well as God the Father and Christ the Son. Note, secondly, the divine teaching and touch which are required for this conformity. Finding the new version too difficult to understand? For all honest attempts to make the will of God our wills, the one secret of success is confident and continual appeal to Him. Psalm 143:2 PSALM 143 OVERVIEW. The Spirit of promise is bound to be a good Spirit, for He is God’s promise and Christ’s promise. Lead me into the land of uprightness, into the communion of saints, that pleasant land of the upright; or into a settled course of holy living, which will lead to heaven, that land of uprightness, where holiness will be in perfection, and he that is holy will be holy still. Who else can teach me as thou canst? It is not enough that we should have communicated to us, as from without, the clearest knowledge of what we ought to be. --Andrew A. Bonar. The mere hearing of the word would serve no purpose, nor is it enough that we understand it; there must be besides the willing’ obedience of the heart. Bible Commentaries / The Treasury of David / Psalm / Psalm 143 / Psalm 143:1; Share Tweet. Secondly, he illuminates our minds by the Spirit. He insists upon the same thing in the next clause, when he says, Let thy good Spirit lead me, etc. This Spirit is good because He is the Spirit of God, He is God Himself. When he says, Because thou art my God, he shows that his confidence of obtaining his request was founded entirely upon the free favor and promises of God. But, then, let us remember that we shall most imperfectly apprehend the whole sweep and blessedness of this great supreme aim of the devout soul, if we regard this doing of God’s will as merely the external act of obedience to an external command. They are the first great teachers and patterns of prayer. Lead me. "George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary". I emphasize that this is a lesson for those who, like David, can say, “You are my God” (v. 10) and “I am your servant” (v. 12; cf. For thou art my God. The last clause may either be read, “Thy Spirit is good; lead me,” or “Let Thy good Spirit lead me.” In either case the goodness of the Divine Spirit is the plea on which the prayer is grounded. Grant me “that” spirit, and I shall be certain that I am going in the right path. (Thomas Spurgeon.). (10) Thy spirit is good; lead me.—Or, rather, let thy good spirit lead me. And where is that? 3. Verse 10. 1. It is a daring thought. “No … 1905-1909. How practical "Teach me to do"! It is not a matter lying within our own power to make him our God, but it rests with his free preventing grace. God, who is good, can best conduct us to the goodly land. 2. What God hath done, God can do. The great and characteristic ideas of the Psalms reappear in the Prophets, but in the Psalms they come in devotion addressed to God; the Prophets turn them back upon men, and expand and develop them in instruction, and encouragement, and rebuke. Something is to be done. It was a true principle when David laid the base of everything in the kindness of the Spirit. Psalm 143:3 also recalls Psalm 7:6, but as to the words it sounds like Lamentations 3:6 (cf. (2) Be sure of your motive. But be that as it may, whosoever wrote the psalm, was a man in extremest misery and peril, and as he says of himself, ‘persecuted,’ ‘overwhelmed,’ ‘desolate.’ The tempest blows him to the Throne of God, and when he is there, what does he ask? Our Christianity brings to us glorious hopes that flash lustre into the darkness, and make the solitude of the grave companionship, and the end of earth the beginning of life, but it is a poor affair if the mightiest operation of our religion be relegated to a future, and flung on to the close. Psalms 143:10 Teach me to do thy will; for thou [art] my God: thy spirit [is] good; lead me into the land of uprightness.. Ver. If He be our God, where is His love and obedience? A law has been given which can give life. Home × Home; Bible. "The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge". BibliographyWhedon, Daniel. As the modeller will take a piece of wax into his hand, and by warmth and manipulation make it soft and pliable, so Jesus Christ, if we let Him, will take our hard hearts into His hands, and by gentle, loving, subtle touches, will shape them into the pattern of His own perfect beauty, and will mould all their vagrant inclinations and aberrant distortions into “one immortal feature of loveliness and perfection.”, III. 1. Desire expressed. You know that fire is a good servants, if a bad master, but the Holy Ghost as fire is good both as master and servant. 1. R. W. Church, Christian World Pulpit, vol. So that the thought just comes to this-we have the right to expect that we shall be made participant of the divine nature for so sweet, so deep, so tender is the tie that knits a devout soul to God, that nothing short of conformity to the perfect purity of God can satisfy the aspirations of the creature, or discharge the obligations of the Creator. Into the place where I shall be safe. The term leading, which I have already adverted to, proves also that David did not hold that middle species of grace which Papists talk so much about, and which leaves man in a state of suspension or indecision, but asserts something much more effectual, agreeably to what Paul says, (Philippians 2:13,) that, “it is God who works in us both to will and to do Note, then, first, God’s personal relation to the devout soul, as the guarantee that that soul shall be taught, not merely to know, but also to do His will. Why is he so often called the good Spirit, but that all his operations tend to make men good and holy? (l) That is, justly and aright, for as soon as we decline from God's will, we fall into error. Thy law is within my heart.’ Only when thus the will yields itself in loving and glad conformity to the will of God is true obedience possible for us. The knowledge is not in itself religion; but the Christian is “that faithful and wise servant whom the Lord, when He cometh, shall find so doing.” Hence perfection of character consists not in knowledge, but obedience, because--, 1. Our religion brings to us sweet and gracious consolations, but it is a poor affair if we only use it as an anodyne and a comfort. BibliographyBeza, Theodore. Copyright StatementThese files are public domain.Text Courtesy of BibleSupport.com. gracious and holy, Spirit. Let us both test and trust His power. Psalms 143:11 - For the sake of Your name, O LORD, revive me. Psalm 143:10 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Psalm 143:10, NIV: "Teach me to do your will, for you are my God; may your good Spirit lead me on level ground." (3) Obey trustingly. 3. Thy Spirit is good - The Author of every good desire and holy purpose. We have no righteousness of our own to plead, therefore must plead God's righteousness, and the word of promise which he has freely given us, and caused us to hope in... View the entire commentary. I put the reins into Thy hand; do Thou inspire and direct and sanctify.’. "Commentary on Psalms 143:10". His very enemies declared that they could discover no sort of fault in Him. 1871-8. II. Through ages and generations the Bible sets before us the slow growth, the unfolding and ripening, of this character, till, after long preparation and many steps, and still with many shortcomings, it became such that when Jesus Christ came it was able and qualified to welcome Him; to recognise, however dimly, His Divine glory; to follow Him; and from strength to strength and grace to grace, to rise to something of His likeness. It must be our prayer in the minute detail of life to fulfil the will of God. Psalms 143:10 Context. How childlike - "teach me"! Psalm 119:5-7,12,35 O that my ways were directed to keep thy statutes! Cyril gathereth from this text, that the good Spirit is God, because none is good but God. He guides into all truth: truth of thought first, truth of feeling next, truth of action afterwards. --Cunningham Geikie, in "Hours with the Bible", 1884. Like the psalmist, we must seek to be taught obedience to God’s will. His teaching is inward and deep and real, and answers to all the necessities of the case. He feels that his life is being pounded and pulverised into the ground. Copyright StatementThese files are a derivative of an electronic edition prepared from text scanned by Woodside Bible Fellowship.This expanded edition of the Jameison-Faussett-Brown Commentary is in the public domain and may be freely used and distributed. Verse 10. Teach me to do thy will. It follows that nothing which is dictated by the judgment of the flesh is good or sound. In the Book of Psalms we see the growing up in the religious character of these high gifts of the Spirit of God: devotion, worship, self-knowledge. A life of obedience to the will of God is likened to some far stretching plain, easy to traverse, broken by no barren mountains or frowning cliffs, but basking, peaceful and fruitful, beneath the smile of God. All our obedience has to do with the activities of love. With Bible Gateway Plus, you gain instant access to a digital Bible study library, including complete notes from the NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible and the New Bible Commentary. The great essential to a religious life is active obedience to God’s will. 1. What He does, as well as what He is and whence He comes, substantiates this fact. How undivided in obedience -- "to do thy will"! Psalms 143 Commentary, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary is from the most widely read and often quoted preacher in history, Charles Haddon Spurgeon Teach me to do thy will Revealed in the word; which saints desire a greater knowledge of in order to do it, and in which they delight; and also are desirous of being taught, and to practise submission to the will of God under afflictions; which was now the case of the psalmist; https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jtc/psalms-143.html. The superscription says that it was David’s, and although its place in the Psalter seems to suggest another author, the peculiar fervour and closeness of intimacy with God which breathes through it are like the Davidic psalms, and seem to confirm the superscription. Whole Psalm. Psalm 22:1 To the chief Musician upon Aijeleth Shahar, A Psalm of David. Learn more today! He knows the ills and difficulties of life, and He will help us to overcome them. He now rises to something higher, praying not merely for deliverance from outward troubles, but, what is of still greater importance, for the guidance of God’s Spirit, that he might not decline to the right hand or to the left, but be kept in the path of rectitude. We should desire to be led and kept safe to heaven, not only because it is a land of blessedness, but because it is a land of uprightness; it is the perfection of grace. It will not lead astray. But the main burden of his prayer is for a closer knowledge of God, the sound of His lovingkindness in his inward ear, light to show him the way wherein he should walk, and the sweet sunshine of God’s face upon his heart. Christ’s heart cannot be satisfied, Christ’s Cross cannot be rewarded, the divine nature cannot be at rest, the purpose of redemption cannot be accomplished, until all who have trusted in Christ be partakers of divine purity, and all the wanderers be led by devious and yet by right paths, by crooked and yet by straight ways, by places rough and yet smooth, into ‘the land of uprightness.’ Where and what He is, there and that shall also His servants be. 1871-8. The Psalms bring before us, in all its fulness and richness, the devotional element of the religious character. "And enter not into judgment with thy servant: for in thy sight shall no man living be justified." BibliographyClarke, Adam. ‘Thy Spirit is good lead me into the land of uprightness.’ There is only one power that can draw us out of the far-off land of rebellious disobedience, where the prodigals and the swine’s husks and the famine and the rags are, into the ‘land of uprightness,’ and that is, the communicated Spirit of God, which is given to all them that desire Him, and will lead them in paths of righteousness for His name’s sake. Do you see to it that you walk in ways of righteousness which are paths of peace; and look for all the help you need, with assured faith, to Him who shall ‘guide us by His counsel and afterwards receive us to His glory.’. Try it for 30 days FREE. Simple doing is not enough; the deed must be the fruit of love. Matthew Henry :: Commentary on Psalms 143 ← Back to Matthew Henry's Bio & Resources. David would fain be among the godly, in a land of another sort from that which had cast him out. The Spirit of life doth free us from the law of sin and death; but not from the holy, and pure, and good, and righteous law of God. "Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers". https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ebc/psalms-143.html. For the prayer of our text is not ‘Teach me to know Thy will.’ The Psalmist, indeed, has asked that in a previous clause-’Cause me to know the way wherein I should walk.’ But knowledge is not all that we need, and the gulf between knowledge and practice is so deep that after we have prayed that we may be caused to know the way, and have received the answer, there still remains the need for God’s help that knowledge may become life, and that all which we understand we may do. We have the full birth of religious affection in the Psalms and of religious thought and reason in the Prophets. The more we do what we have been taught, the more will the Lord our God reveal to us of His will. John Trapp Complete Commentary. 1909-1922. And they show this side of the religious character not, as hitherto, in outline, but in varied and finished detail, in all its compass and living and spontaneous force. Secondly, that if He be our God, and we will call upon Him in our troubles, it were requisite we should frame ourselves to obey Him. A Psalm of David. I. II. Christianity is a revelation of truth, but to accept it as such is not enough. He is compared to the wind, a mighty rushing wind. Learn more. His teaching is by inward impulses and communications of desire and power to do, as well as of light to know. Perhaps we have not sufficiently considered the lovingness of the character of the Third Person in the Holy Trinity. Ephesians 5:9 , "The fruit of the Spirit is in all goodness and righteousness and truth." And so desiring, He does it, not from any masterfulness or love of dominion, but only from love to us. In this semblance He lighted upon Jesus. Think not that we can step one right step to heaven but by the conduct and convoy of God's Holy Spirit. I spread out my hands to you; I thirst for you like a parched land. Lord, save me from that naughty man myself, said an ancient. He is willing to serve us as well as to employ us, and as fire He lights, and cheers, and warms us. (1) Clear away the dust which is always gathering round a command to mystify and confound it. See this use of the word in the following places where it is rendered “plain,” meaning a level country, Deuteronomy 3:10; Deuteronomy 4:43; Joshua 13:9, Joshua 13:16-17, Joshua 13:21; 1 Kings 20:23, 1 Kings 20:25; Psalm 27:11; Jeremiah 21:13; Jeremiah 48:8, Jeremiah 48:21; Zechariah 4:7. Title. (Comp. Thou hast given me thyself, thou wilt surely give me lily teaching. from whom does He proceed? 2. He is spoken of as a fire. By Jesus Christ the world was made, and “without Him was not anything made that was made,” but the Spirit co-operated with Him. How practical - "Teach me to do"! Copyright StatementThese files are public domain. He saith not, Teach me to know thy will, but to do thy will. And his prayer for “teaching” is deepened in the second clause of our text into a petition which sets the felt need and the coveted help in a still more striking light, in its cry for the touch of God’s good spirit to guide, as by a hand grasping the psalmist’s hand into the paths of obedience. ‘He shall guide you,’ said the Master, ‘into all truth’-not merely into its knowledge, but into its performance, not merely into truth of conception, but into truth of practice, which is righteousness, and the fulfilling of the Law. New York. The later writer maybe did this to make the psalm better. , easy to be found, in which he should not err, and where would be no occasion of stumbling; or, "through the way of life", as the Syriac version; the way to eternal life, to heaven and happiness; the land where only truly righteous and upright persons dwell: such will be the new heavens and the new earth, as well as the ultimate state of glory, 2 Peter 3:13; and to this the Spirit of God is the leader and guide of his people, Psalm 48:14. God teaches us in three ways. He has not forsaken His task of comforting the sorrowful: He is to this day the Paraclete. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/mpc/psalms-143.html. First, we shall, I hope, be disposed to say “Thy Spirit is good” when we remember His relationships. Describe it, and declare its glories. Such a prayer is proper, but it is not the prayer offered here. In the particular circumstances of life. How vast the dishonour done to God, when, with a perfect knowledge of duty, the man is neglectful of his privilege, and refuses the obedience which of right he owes to God l The possession of the knowledge will be but an aggravation of the offence. Psalm 142 Psalm 144 ... Advance your knowledge of Scripture with this resource library of over 40 reference books, including commentaries and Study Bible notes. And this He desires, not from any masterfulness or love of dominion, but only from love to us. Teach me to do thy will - רצונך retsonecha, thy pleasure. … Psalm 139:24 And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting. He is spoken of as the Spirit of promise. That practical conformity to the divine will requires, still further, the operation of the divine Spirit as our Guide. III. Psalm 143:10. So that the thought just comes to this--we have the right to expect that we shall be made participant of the Divine nature. The psalmist’s prayer. Thy spirit is good, lead me; or rather, as it is exactly in the Hebrew, and as many both ancient and modern translators render it. 1859. land. His teaching goes deeper than example. Psalm 143:10(NASB) Verse Thoughts. And whoever, humbly trusting to that great Father in the heavens, feels that he belongs to God, and that God belongs to him, is warranted in praying, ‘Teach me, and make me, to do Thy will,’ and in being confident of an answer. (1-6) He prays for comfort, guidance, and deliverance. Teach me to do thy will; for thou art my God: thy spirit is good; lead me into the land of uprightness. Palpably the fourth clause corresponds to the first, as the third answers to the second. (2) In the awful volume of Isaiah, in which thought and imagination are allowed to master the vision of the world, wherein is embodied all that most concerns man in the present and the future, and in which the tremendous severity of judgment mingles so strangely with a gracious and inexpressible sweetness which even still takes us by surprise—through all these Divinely inspired utterances we may trace, with a fulness, and richness, and depth unequalled in the Old Testament, the personal lineaments of one who not only by faith and self-discipline, but also by thought, and reason, and knowledge, had become fitted to be one of the company of that Redeemer whose person, whose coming, whose life of suffering and glory, he was going to foretell, and in whose perfection man was to be made perfect. “Land of uprightness” is Hebrew for “a level country,” one in which he can see a long distance, and determine his course with ease and safety. How undivided in obedience—"to do thy will"! Psalms 143 Commentary, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this seven volume magnum opus was first published in weekly installments in The Sword and the Trowel Hi, Sign out. Hear my prayer, O LORD,Give ear to my supplications!In Your faithfulness answer me,And in Your righteousness.Do not enter into judgment with Your servant,For in Your sight no one living is righteous. ii., p. 198; S. Baring-Gould, One Hundred Sermon Sketches, p. 163; G. Matheson, Moments on the Mount, p. 219; Preacher's Lantern, vol. Into such a garden of the Lord the Psalmist prays to be led. The chief and highest name of the Holy Spirit is "Comforter," and not a comforter, as though He were one among many, but exclusively so that whatever comfort there is in all the world dates itself in Him: "the Comforter.'' Teach me to do thy will. ), “Thy will be done” is not a prayer of resignation only. Used by Permission. 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