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Psalms book 5: Songs for coming home

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The main parts of Psalms book 5
Poetically this is poetically like Deuteronomy which was the last month of Moses life and as the promised land was about ot be entered
Book 5 of the Psalms can be looked at as songs of longing of going home, home ultimately being heaven

The main parts being, the Hallal passover psalms, the psalms of ascent, David's last run of Psalms where we are moved from laying down are harps and weeping to all kings singing of God and a final example of Davids praise and one prase Psalm for each book as a fitting end.

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Psalms book 5: Songs for coming home

  1. 1. Isaiah 35:10 And the ransomed of the Lord shall return     and come to Zion with singing; everlasting joy shall be upon their heads;     they shall obtain gladness and joy,     and sorrow and sighing shall flee away.
  2. 2. Book 5 of the Psalms Poetically like Deuteronomy Deuteronomy was written the month before entering the promised land and the final month of Moses life
  3. 3. PSALM 107: OH GIVE THANKS TO THE LORD, FOR HE IS GOOD,   FOR HIS STEADFAST LOVE ENDURES FOREVER!   LET THE REDEEMED OF THE LORD SAY SO,     WHOM HE HAS REDEEMED FROM TROUBLE  AND GATHERED IN FROM THE LANDS… COMING HOME BOOK 5 OF THE PSALMS BEGINS WITH THANKS
  4. 4. First Psalm
 What might redemption look like? The last two Psalms of book 4 started with “Give thanks to the Lord…” Ps 105 and 106 and so does the first Psalm of Book 5 Ps 107 “Give thanks to the Lord…”
  5. 5. 4 pictures of obstacles to coming home, overcome by God Psalm 107 Four portraits Of redemption Deliverance from four dangers
  6. 6. 4 pictures of obstacles to coming home, overcome by God Psalm 107 Four portraits Of redemption Deliverance from four dangers Like the 40 years of wandering in the desert Rebelled in the dessert fiery snakes sent looked to the bronze snake God told moses to make for healing Sent to Babylon for 70 years Solomon's ships lost Jonah lost at sea The world seems to be against you until you repent
  7. 7. Then, Redemption songs follow Between two “hot spots” Of the New Testament Most quoted verse from the Psalms in the New Testament is form Psalm 110 Most quoted chapter from the Psalms quoted in the New Testament is Psalm 118 The Lord said to my Lord Sit at my right hand until I make your enemies a footstool… The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone
  8. 8. A song to awaken the dawn
 Psalm 108 A song of coming victory and a sandal is thrown at Edom Then a short pageant about rescue of a poor man to follow.
  9. 9. Psalm 108 My heart is steadfast 2 Awake, O harp and lyre!     I will awake the dawn! 3 I will give thanks to you, O Lord, among the peoples;  I will sing praises to you among the nations. 4 For your steadfast love is great above the heavens; your faithfulness reaches to the clouds. 5  Be exalted, O God, above the heavens! Let your glory be over all the earth! 6  That your beloved ones may be delivered,  give salvation by your right hand and answer me! 7  God has promised in his holiness: “With exultation I will divide up Shechem  and portion out the Valley of Succoth. 8  Gilead is mine; Manasseh is mine;  Ephraim is my helmet,  Judah my scepter. 9  Moab is my washbasin;     upon Edom I cast my shoe;     over Philistia I shout in triumph.” 10  Who will bring me to the fortified city?     Who will lead me to Edom? 11  Have you not rejected us, O God?  You do not go out, O God, with our armies. 12  Oh grant us help against the foe,     for vain is the salvation of man! 13 With God we shall do valiantly;     it is he who will tread down our foes.
  10. 10. 
 Help for a poor man
 and decisive help from God’s right hand
 Psalms 109-110 
 A betrayer, The one betrayed The betrayed finds help. Seated at God’s right hand And then made like the priest king Melchizedek A short pageant regarding deliverance of a poor man:
  11. 11. A triplet of Psalms – a coming redemption
 God reaches down and helps the poor man A Judas figure not returning love in kind and the plight of a a poor man The poor man lifted to the right hand of God and victory over his enemies
  12. 12. 
 Songs of victory at God’s right hand
  13. 13. A second triplet of Psalms
 God reaches down and helps the poor Ps 111, 112 are both acrostic , the second echoing the first in many ways HALLELUJAH HALLELUJAH HALLELUJAH Each beginning with: HALLELUJAH Psalm 113 is the first Hallal, Passover Psalm God’s name be blessed sunrise to sunset
  14. 14. Then, Redemption songs Between acrostic Psalms P S A L M 1 1 1 P S A L M 1 1 2 P S A L M 1 1 9 Some psalms are acrostic and probably meant to be learned and memorized. Here we have a pair of small ‘interlocking’ acrostic Psalms : 111 and 112 and the very large 119 T H E B L E S S E D G o d THE BLESSED MAN THY WORD IS A LAMP TO MY FEET
  15. 15. A pair of side by side acrostic psalms • Psalm 111 and 112 have phrases that start with the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet • Psalm 111 is about the Blessed God • Psalm 112 is about the Blessed Man • 112 picks up where 111 leaves off (Jesus is both ‘Blessed God’ and ‘Blessed man’ But the church is also in union with Christ and 112 can apply to believers as well )
  16. 16. Psalm 113:7-9 He raises the poor from the dust     and lifts the needy from the ash heap; He seats them with princes,     with the princes of his people. He settles the childless woman in her home     as a happy mother of children. Praise the Lord. The saving of the poor man (singular) in Psalm 109, seated to the right hand of God is echoed in the first Hallal Psalm (113) with the raising of the poor (plural) and being seated with princes of God’s people
  17. 17. ----- The Hallal Psalms ------ 6 Hallal songs Deliverance songs And a movement, towards Songs of remembrance of deliverance ….
  18. 18. The Hallal Psalms 6 songs from the Passover
  19. 19. The Passover ‘Hallal’ Psalms
 a little more detail ^ ^ ^ Ps 111 Ps 112 Ps 113 (the first Hallal Psalm) All three start with a Hallelujah tying the three together ----- The Hallal Psalms ------ Ps 113 Who is like the Lord our God, Seated above the heavens Looking down on the poor and needy, lifting them up to be With the princes of My people
  20. 20. ^ ----- The Hallal Pslms ------ Ps 114 When Israel went out of Egypt Judah became God’s sanctuary And when nature saw it the sea fled and the mountains shook. Tremble earth at God’s presence
  21. 21. ( John Milton’s paraphrase of Psalm 114 Which he wrote when 15 years old ) See http://www.luminarium.org/ sevenlit/milton/psalm114.htm
  22. 22. ----- The Hallal Psalms ------` ^ Ps 115 Not to us, O Lord, not to us, but to your name give glory  for the sake of your steadfast love and your faithfulness! Why should the nations say,  “Where is their God? Our God is in the heavens; he does all that he pleases. Their idols are silver and gold, the work of human hands.
  23. 23. The Passover ‘Hallal’ Psalms ----- The Hallal Psalms ------ ^ I love the Lord, because he has heard  my voice and my pleas for mercy. A psalm in the first person of deliverance from death   And in 2 Cor Paul says though this applied to the one, implying it was Jesus, because God spirit is at work in us too ‘we believe and we speak’ as well
  24. 24. Since 116 may be taken as Jesus speaking in the 1st person. We have an oblique reference to Mary as the maidservant of God
 in this song of deliverance from death of the singer
 
 O Lord, I am your servant;
     I am your servant, the son of your maidservant.
     You have loosed my bonds.
 Psalm 116:16
 
 Luke 1:38
 And Mary said, “Behold, I am the servant of the Lord; let it be to me according to your word.” And the angel departed from her. __________________________________________
 
 Interestingly, Mary quoted a number of psalms from this section of Psalms both before and after 11 in her Magnificat song in Luke, where her soul ‘magnifies the Lord.’ Namely. 
 
 Ps. 111:9 He sent redemption unto his people: he hath commanded his covenant for ever: holy and reverend is his name.
 Ps. 113:9 He maketh the barren woman to keep house, and to be a joyful mother of children. Praise ye the LORD.
 Ps. 118:15 The voice of rejoicing and salvation is in the tabernacles of the righteous: the right hand of the LORD doeth valiantly

  25. 25. Shortest of all Psalms Large invitation list
  26. 26. Psalm 118 begins and ends with a priestly saying Ezra 3:10 When the builders laid the foundation of the temple of the Lord, the priests in their vestments and with trumpets, and the Levites (the sons of Asaph) with cymbals, took their places to praise the Lord, as prescribed by David king of Israel. 11 With praise and thanksgiving they sang to the Lord: “He is good; His love toward Israel endures forever.” And all the people gave a great shout of praise to the Lord, because the foundation of the house of the Lord was laid.
  27. 27. Psalms 117-119 a dramatic contrast
 around Psalm 118 Ps 117 Ps 118 Ps 119
  28. 28. Psalms 117-119 a dramatic contrast
 around Psalm 118 Ps 117 Ps 118 Ps 119 Shortest Psalm Longest Psalm 117 is really really short 119 is really really long And in between?
  29. 29. Psalms 117-119 a dramatic contrast
 around Psalm 118 Ps 119 An invitation to the nations in Psalm 117 The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone in Psalm 118 This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it Walking in covenant: a relentless dependency on God in Prayer and a relentless reception of God’s words
  30. 30. And stepping back a bit
 The Passover redemptions songs are ‘book-ended’ Ps 119 The book-ends being ‘the blessed man’
  31. 31. And they sang a hymn (Psalm 118) and went up to the mount of Olives The book-ends being ‘the blessed man’
  32. 32. Psalm 118 The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone The book-ends being ‘the blessed man’
  33. 33. Psalm 118 This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it. The book-ends being ‘the blessed man’
  34. 34. Psalm 118 This is the gate of the Lord;  the righteous shall enter through it. The book-ends being ‘the blessed man’ ( Both 112 and 119 being acrostics about the blessed man )
  35. 35. Psalm 118 This is the gate of the Lord;  the righteous shall enter through it. The book-ends being ‘the blessed man’ ( Both 112 and 119 being acrostics about the blessed man )
  36. 36. Psalm 118 This is the gate of the Lord;  the righteous shall enter through it. The book-ends being ‘the blessed man’ ( Both 112 and 119 being acrostics about the blessed man )
  37. 37. And the ‘right hand of God’
 comes back in Psalm 118 The right hand of God mentioned at start (108-110) and now 3 times in 118
  38. 38. On Psalm 119
 That longest of Psalms • Probably written to be memorized by children and others • Contains every type of Psalm (lament, praise, thanksgiving, etc..) • Almost every line is about the word. A relentless reception of God’s word. • Almost every line is a prayer. A relentless dependency on God. • Some look at it as a progression in the Christian life • 7 times the writer prays ‘teach me Thy law’
  39. 39. And then the ‘Psalms of Ascent’ ^ In distress and dwelling with the people of Meshech and Kedar barbaric nomads metaphorically being far from God Psalm 120 Moving from outside Israel -! to Israel -! to journeying to the temple -! to the temple
  40. 40. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent to ‘the house’ ^ In prayer, lifting eyes to the hills looking for help from the Lord Ps 121 Moving from outside Israel -! to Israel -! to journeying to the temple -! to the temple
  41. 41. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ The singer is in the countryside of Israel and hears of people going to the temple ‘the house’ , ‘the house of God’ Psalm 122 Moving from outside Israel -! to Israel -! to journeying to the temple -! to the temple
  42. 42. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ The singer is lifting up his eyes not to the hills but to God’ Psalm 123
  43. 43. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ A remembrance. If the Lord had not been on our side Psalm 124
  44. 44. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ Psalm 125 Those who trust in the Lord are like the mountains (we lelfted our eyes up to in Psalm 121)
  45. 45. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ A remembrance….When the Lord restored out fortunes we were like those who dream Psalm 126 Moving from outside Israel -! to Israel -! to journeying to the temple -! to the temple
  46. 46. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ Psalm of Solomon: Psalm 127 “Unless the Lord builds the House they labor in vain”
  47. 47. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent Psalm of Solomon: Psalm 127 Unless the ‘greater than Solomon – Jesus’ Lord builds the ‘greater than the temple – the church’ they labor in vain
  48. 48. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ ^ 129 , 130 concern personal difficulties and suffering ‘out of the depths I cry to you’
  49. 49. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ Psalm 127 can first apply to the house of God, but also a home or a city. Psalm 128 directly applies to a home and family
  50. 50. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ ^ ^ ^ 131 | 133 134 | 132 remember David in all his sufferings and remember the promise to his descendents Psalms 131, 133, 134 are the next shortest Psalms after the shortest Psalm 117 and help emphasize the much longer Psalm 132 in contrasting size. Psal 132 is the largest Psalm of Ascent "-- one long 3 short !
  51. 51. Songs of the pilgrimage: songs of ascent ^ Metaphorically at the temple and blessed are the night shift who work at the temple Moving from outside Israel -! to Israel -! to journeying to the temple -! to the temple
  52. 52. About those ‘Psalms of Solomon’ 72 and 127…
 pause for a memory device • There are two Psalms of Solomon: Ps 127 (middle Psalm of Ascent) and Ps 72 (end of book 2) • There are 15 Psalms of Ascent with Solomon’s being the middle Unless the Lord builds the house
  53. 53. Traveled to the temple and the call for praise shifts to others at the temple Psalm 135 Praise the Lord! Praise the name of the Lord,   give praise, O servants of the Lord, who stand in the house of the Lord,   in the courts of the house of our God! Blessed is the night shift in your sanctuary !
  54. 54. Psalm 135 The name of the Lord stands forever It is he who remembered us in our low estate, for his steadfast love endures forever;
  55. 55. Psalm 136 The love of the Lord stands forever It is he who remembered us in our low estate, for his steadfast love endures forever;
  56. 56. And a discordant sound before resolving into a greater beauty…
  57. 57. An interlude and harps are set down sadly • Psalm 137, perhaps the last song written • By the rivers of Babylon we laid down our harps and wept
  58. 58. David’s last run We laid down our harps And someone from the deep past picks his up
  59. 59. And David picks up his harp
 and has one final run
 All kings will sing of His glory 
 Psalm 138-145
  60. 60. Psalm 138 4 All the kings of earth will praise you, LORD, when they hear the words of your mouth. 5 They will sing of the ways of the LORD: “How great is the glory of the LORD!” 6 The LORD is on high, but cares for the lowly and knows the proud from afar.
  61. 61. Psalm 139 139  O Lord, you have searched me and known me! 2  You know when I sit down and when I rise up; you discern my thoughts from afar. 3  You search out my path and my lying down and are acquainted with all my ways. 4  Even before a word is on my tongue,  behold, O Lord, you know it altogether
  62. 62. In contrast to Psalms 9-10 ‘the death of a son’
 Psalm 144 has a resurrection of sorts regarding ‘the rescue of David’ and the well being of the nation, plants, animals, security, crime, peace is all wrapped up in the rescue of David, portending the greater David, Jesus Christ and His resurrection
  63. 63. The ABC’s of praise:
 Psalm145 is 
 1) an acrostic and 
 2) the only Psalm called ‘a praise Psalm’ by title the and 
 3) the last of David’s Psalms
  64. 64. singing singing Everything and everyone praising Singing a new song With tumbrel and dance Phrasing with every Known instrument of music Ps 146 Ps 147 Ps 148 Ps 149 Ps 150
  65. 65. singing singing Everything and everyone praising Singing a new song With tumbrel and dance Phrasing with every Known instrument of music Ps 146 Ps 147 Ps 148 Ps 149 Ps 150
  66. 66. singing singing Everything and everyone praising Singing a new song With tumbrel and dance Phrasing with every Known instrument of music Ps 146 Ps 147 Ps 148 Ps 149 Ps 150
  67. 67. singing singing Everything and everyone praising Singing a new song With tumbrel and dance Phrasing with every Known instrument of music Ps 146 Ps 147 Ps 148 Ps 149 Ps 150
  68. 68. singing singing Everything and everyone praising Singing a new song With tumbrel and dance Phrasing with every Known instrument of music Ps 146 Ps 147 Ps 148 Ps 149 Ps 150
  69. 69. Each final praise cascades into the next 146 Put not your trust in princes,     in a son of man, in whom there is no salvation When his breath departs, he returns to the earth;  on that very day his plans perish. The Lord sets the prisoners free; 8  the Lord opens the eyes of the blind. The Lord lifts up those who are bowed down;     the Lord loves the righteous. I will praise God and you should too He sets prisoners free And opens the eyes of the blind He helps the broken
  70. 70. Each final praise cascades into the next 147 He heals the brokenhearted   and binds up their wounds.  He determines the number of the stars;   he gives to all of them their names. He strengthens the bars of your gates. He gives snow like wool;   he scatters frost like ashes He heals the brokenhearted He delights in those who fear Him He sends his word
  71. 71. Each final praise cascades into the next 148 Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord from the heavens;  praise him in the heights! Praise him, all his angels; praise him, all his hosts! Praise him, sun and moon, Young men and maidens together, old men and children! By his word also made the stars and angels too- so praise Him you up there And he rules on earth Even over animals And so let all the people praise him Men, women, children
  72. 72. Each final praise cascades into the next 149     let the children of Zion rejoice in their King! Let them praise his name with dancing, making melody to him with tambourine and lyre! For the Lord takes pleasure in his people;     he adorns the humble with salvation. Let the godly exult in glory;     let them sing for joy on their beds Let the high praises of God be in their throats and two-edged swords in their hands, There will be Joy of the godly And triumph over the wicked
  73. 73. Each final praise cascades into the next 150.Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens Let everything that has breath praise the Lord! Praise the Lord! Worship with every known instrument. And dance! Let everything that has breath praise the Lord! And no mention of the wicked
  74. 74. Fin’ • This is a brief glimpse and doesn’t really even qualify as an overview. The purpose is to give a starting glimpse of book 5 and a brief idea of the flow of thought.
  75. 75. The five books of Psalms • Book 1 - The song of the blessed man • Book 2 - Songs for the outcast • Book 3 - The dark book of the Psalms • Book 4 - Songs for the wanderer • Book 5 - Songs for coming home

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