The poet recognises God’s relation to the whole of mankind as to the whole material creation. the great subject of this Psalm. Heb. Excellent.—The LXX. The name of God, as I explain it, is here to be understood of the knowledge of the character and perfections of God, in so far as he makes himself known to us. This Psalm is pure gospel from beginning to end, for it celebrates the glories of Jesus, as the Monarch of his people, and of heaven and earth. BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD: The Holy Bible: King James Version. God’s glory is displayed on earth in His name, His real glory is above the heavens. What does Psalm 8:1 mean? You have set your glory above the heavens. all the earth. ; / . See note on verses: Psalms 8:4, Psalms 8:6. In fact, all three psalms that are designated as "according to gittith" (psalms 8, 81, and 84) are joyful psalms, so we can infer that this designation in some way defines a joyful style of music. 1.Our Lord—Equal to the New Testament “Our Father.” David speaks not as a private individual, but for the human race. - Upon Gittith. Jehovah, the one God, who is Lord of all angels and men, and in To try to comment on verse 1 is kind of like commenting on the splendor of the Grand Canyon. And His name is all-excelling, majestic over all the earth (compare Psalms 104:1 onwards, where that majesty is clearly revealed), for He is Lord of the whole earth and is its Creator. Here it is YHWH, ‘the One Who is’, ‘the One Who causes to be’, Lord of Being, Lord of Creation. It cannot 6.) Copyright © 2021, Bible Study Tools. In Psalm 19:1-3, David wrote of the nighttime glory and splendor of God’s handiwork in the heavens. The Septuagint must have read a v for i. O LORD, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! O Lord, our Lord,how majestic is your #Ps. Gospel times; for not in his time, nor in any period under the The doctrine is against polytheism, which makes the heavenly bodies the abodes of the gods; and the idea is, that the heavens are, to all the earth, the reflection of the divine glory, even though it awakens no echo in millions of hearts. which he is called; but either himself, his nature and 3 with the mouths of babes a and infants. Psalm 8. Rhet. See Isaiah 40:5 Malachi 1:5, &c. Who hast set thy glory above the heavens. The meaning here is, that in what is referred to, there was, as it were, some basis or foundation for what is called “strength;” that is, that what is here meant by “strength” rested on that as a foundation - to wit, on what was done by babes and sucklings. Psalm 27 1 Meaning – The LORD is the strength of my life. God's glory is magnified by his works, and by his love to man. OUTLINE I. It will be noted that we went back to the KJV in the first line of Psalms 8:1. The psalm foretells the recovery by the Second Adam of the dominion over the earth and all nature, forfeited by the tint Adam. The third line expresses a parallel thought. an especial manner Lord and King of saints; how excellent [is] thy name in all the earth! to Jacob; but as for the Gentiles, they were without them, and 1. i. c. 11). Its two sides stand for God's eternal glory outside of creation, strong and immoveable as the eternal shores which support the bridge. The writer has a thrill of pride as he recognises that YHWH istheirLord, the Lord of His people. shone out, and appeared gloriously to Gentiles as well as Jews. particularly his Gospel; see ( John 17:6 ) ( Acts 9:15 ) ; this is These are sufficient considerations to interest our hearts, as we enter upon the perusal of this most blessed Psalm. Title. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more. There may be an enigmatical reference to Messiah treading the wine-press (Isaiah 63:3; Revelation 19:15). how truly hath Jehovah exalted his glory, even in the person of the Lord of glory, Christ Jesus, far above all heavens. him at the right hand of God; where angels, principalities, and [⇑ See verse text ⇑] As David looks on nature, he exclaims that the Lord's name is majestic in all the earth. note, Psalms 5:11, "thy name") - namely, in "the heavens," which "declare the glory of God" (Psalms 19:1) to men, "in all the earth" (cf. It relates, however, more eminently to our Blessed Saviour's victorious resurrection from the grave, and his triumphal ascension into heaven, whereby our human nature was exalted above all the creatures in the world. How great, how illustrious, how magnificent is the glory of this Being in all the earth! Under the spirit of prophecy, and with an eye to Christ, the sacred writer of it expresseth his astonishment at the incarnation of Jesus, and then soars in the loftiest strains of adoration and joy at his wonderful glory. In our restoration by Christ; which last is the true end of this psalm, as appeareth, Matthew 21:15, 1 Corinthians 15:27, Hebrews 2:8. 16., 1 Corinthians xv. This exclamation of David implies, that when all the faculties of the human mind are exerted to the utmost in meditation on this subject, (130) they yet come far short of it. Other Psalms are clearly classified on account of content, and they may be in themselves laments or Psalms of thanksgiving. (Berthier) --- St. Augustine applies the expressions to the good and bad in the Church. Among the “royal” Psalms that deal directly with the currently reigning king, are Ps 20, 21, and 72. Psalms 8:1. glory; in whom is all the fulness of the Godhead, the glory of How Majestic Is Your NameTo the choirmaster: according to The #Ps. See Job 40:15-16, &c., {See Trap on "Job 40:15"} {See Trap on "Job 40:16"} The philosophers make Iris, or the rainbow, the daughter of Thaumas, or admiration (Plato); but because that when they knew God, sc. Psalm 1 1 Meaning: “Counsel” And you know, if that was all there was to these kinds of men, they might not be so difficult to deal with. Roman Catholic official liturgical texts, such as the … Always. well be said how glorious it is; it is marvellously excellent; I do not approve of the subtle speculations of those who think the name of God means nothing else but God himself. As to what is meant by these wine-presses, says Houbigant, we are utterly ignorant. David, it is true, sets before his eyes the wonderful power and glory of God in the creation and government of the material universe; but he only slightly glances at this subject, as it were, in passing, and insists principally on the theme of God’s infinite goodness towards us. See, John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, Ernst Hengstenberg on John, Revelation, Ecclesiastes, Ezekiel & Psalms, Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible, Joseph Benson's Commentary of the Old and New Testaments, George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers. O Lord our Lord, &c.] The scope of this whole psalm is, to set us a wondering at and magnifying the majesty and magnificence of the Almighty; together with his inexpressible goodness to mankind; 1. .—The. Possibly both may be reconciled and put together, and the controversy, if rightly stated, may be ended. David, therefore, says that the earth is full of the wonderful glory of God, so that the fame or renown thereof not only reaches to the heavens, but ascends far above them. and Vulg., “wonderful.” Better, great or exalted. This psalm begins and ends with the same expression of wonder (inclusio) as David reflected on the splendor and magnificence of God as Creator. There is here a contrast between the small (‘our’) and the great (all the earth’) which continues throughout the psalm. To sum up the entire Psalm 23 meaning: God is good. Admiratio peperit Philosophiam, saith another, Admiration brought forth philosophy: let it breed devotion in us, and a desire to praise God, who hath therefore displayed his excellencies in his works, that we might give him his due glory. Isaiah 1:3. were endowed with girls qualifying them to carry the Gospel into The angels shouted at the creation, Job 38:4-6, and shall we be dull and dumb? In this view of it, Fenwick supposes that Gittith refers to Christ suffering, and to his consequent trampling his enemies in the wine-press of God's wrath. by the "name" of God is not meant any particular name of his, by * You have established a bulwark * against your foes, to silence enemy and avenger. There is presented to us in the whole order of nature, the most abundant matter for showing forth the glory of God, but, as we are unquestionably more powerfully affected with what we ourselves experience, David here, with great propriety, expressly celebrates the special favor which God manifests towards mankind; for this, of all the subjects which come under our contemplation, is the brightest mirror in which we can behold his glory. Thus the hymn appropriately lent itself to the use of the congregation in public worship, though it does not follow that this was the object of its composition. Psalm 8 is like one of those ornate bridges. His name (character) exalted in all the earth 2. But if we remember what is said in other passages of Scripture, respecting the impossibility of expressing in words the works of God, we will not be surprised that David, by this exclamation, acknowledges himself unequal to the task of recounting them. How to use psalmody in a sentence. 1 For the leader; “upon the gittith.” * A psalm of David. The psalmist, however, seems to look forward to the times of the gospel, when the name of God, which was before great in Israel only, should be made known by divine revelation to all the earth, the very ends of which are to see his great salvation. good things, which display the love, grace, mercy, and kindness Psalm 8:1 In Hebrew texts 8:1-9 is numbered 8:2-10. per species Creaturarum, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful, but became vain in their imaginations - therefore were they given up to a reprobate sense, Romans 1:21; Romans 1:28. Today it is like going camping on a high mountain top and sleeping out under the stars on a summer night. 13. thy glory or praise reacheth to the heavens, and indeed above all the visible heavens, even to the heaven of heavens; where thy throne of glory is established, where the blessed angels celebrate thy praises, where Christ sitteth at thy right hand in glorious majesty, from whence he poureth down excellent gifts upon babes, &c., as it followeth. Compare Psalms 5:11. the earth: i.e. Yes: the original meaning of Psalm 8:6 does not quite fit what the resurrection reveals about Jesus. Thus the splendour, the majesty, the overall excellence of His name is being declared (compare Psalms 148:13). David addresses God using the Hebrew term YHWH, also known as the tetragrammaton. A Psalm of David. Set thy glory above’ heavens— “Set” is here used in the royal sense, Thou hast enthroned thy majesty above the heavens. This is the first aim of the psalmist, to ascribe praise to YHWH, the One Who is the great and mighty Overlord over His people, the One Whose name and nature is revealed as excellent throughout all the world, by nature if not by man. The verb תנה, tenah, has been rendered by some in the preterite tense, hast set, but in my judgment, those give a more accurate translation who render it in the infinitive mood, to place or to set; because the second clause is just an amplification of the subject of the first; as if he had said, the earth is too small to contain the glory or the wonderful manifestations of the character and perfections of God. Who hath set thy glory above the heavens] Nam in eis robur Dei maxime apparet; for in the heavens (how much more above them) doth the glory of God chiefly appear. Oh! Thy name—The manifestations of Thyself, by which thou art known. Psalm 8:5 Or him; Psalm 8:5 Or than God; Psalm 8:5 Or him; Psalm 8:6 Or made him ruler . O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee: my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is; Psalm 145:1 David's Psalm of praise. Psalms 8:1. The psalm begins and ends with the same statement of praise, that God's majesty is manifest throughout the earth. So the great Creator had become their Deliverer. Yet St. Jerome and Pagnin agree with them; (Haydock) and that sense seems as plausible as any other. for such a portion of his blessed Spirit to be upon the mind both of writer and reader, that while we behold what he did for us, when he was made a little lower than the angels, we may find faith in his finished salvation, and trust in him that he is and will be our Jesus still, now that he is exalted above all height; angels, principalities, and powers, being made subject unto him! Oh! 3., and Apocalypse xix. thy fame or glory, as it is explained in the next clause, and as the name commonly signifies, as Genesis 6:4 Ecclesiastes 7:1 Philippians 2:9. How excellent is thy name — That is, thy glory, as it is explained in the next clause; in all the earth — The works of creation and providence evince and proclaim to all the world that there is an infinite Being, the fountain of all being, power, and perfection; the sovereign Ruler, powerful Protector, and bountiful Benefactor of all creatures. In the second line (Gr. Ver. . See Dr. Hammond's first note upon it. How excellent (glorious) is thy manifestation of thyself (cf. PSALM 8 * Divine Majesty and Human Dignity. of O Lord our Lord - Hebrew, 'O Yahweh our Lord' [ 'Adoneeynuw (Hebrew #113)]. Whether גתית, Gittith, signifies a musical instrument or some particular tune, or the beginning of some famous and well-known song, I do not take upon me to determine. Additional Resources: Another interpretation of Psalm 23 can be found here, “Praying the 23rd Psalm.” Jesus Calling by Sarah Young. The Gittith was an instrument, or possibly a tune, invented in Gath, whence David brought it after his sojourn there with Achish (1 Samuel 27:2); or else it is derived from gat (Hebrew #1660), a wine-press, being used on occasions of joy, like the vintage. How excellent is your name in all the earth. psalm definition: 1. a holy poem or song, especially one of the 150 collected together in the Bible 2. a holy poem or…. A Psalm of David. Where a man cannot look beside a miracle, so full of God are all places. Not only is God above the heavens, but His splendor exceeds that of the heavens. Now in Psalms 8:1-9, you find there Adam's world, the type of a world to come; he was the first Adam, and had a world, so the second Adam hath a world also appointed for him; there is his oxen and his sheep, and the fowls of the air, whereby are meant other things, devils perhaps, and wicked men, the prince of the air; as by the heavens there; the angels, or the apostles, that were preachers of the gospel. Vv.1-9.-God's glory seen in the starry heavens enhances His grace in raising seemingly insignificant man, in the person of the Messiah, above all creations. Thy glory or praise reacheth to the heavens, and indeed above all the visible heavens, even to the heaven of heavens; where thy throne of glory is established, where the blessed angels celebrate thy praises, where Christ sitteth at thy right hand in glorious majesty, from whence he poureth down excellent gifts upon babes, as it follows. 1 The Prophet considering the excellent liberality and Fatherly providence of God toward man, whom he made as it were a god over all his works, doth not only give great thanks, but is astonished with the admiration of the same, as one nothing able to compass … It is natural to appreciate beauty in nature. God, as existing in Himself, is nameless. There is plainly some error in the text since it is ungrammatical. each of the parts of the world. Some take the clause to refer to the praises raised in Jehovah’s honour higher than the heavens, a thought parallel to the preceding clause; others, to the visible glory spread over the sky. comforting and reviving of drooping saints. » O LORD our Lord, how excellent [is] thy name in all the earth! stich; Lat. In all the earth— Whether men perceive and respond to it or not, thy name is excellent. According to this view, אשר, asher, will not be a relative, but will have the meaning of the expletive or exegetic particle even, which we use to explain what has preceded. the setting of him above the heavens designs the exaltation of In our creation in Adam. Psalms 8:3). (Calmet) Gothuth. Let these things, however, be as they may, the several scriptures which refer to this Psalm so decidedly explain it upon the principles of the gospel, that the most ordinary reader cannot but be led to observe how much it treats of Jesus and his glories. See Psalms 20:1. Salmos 63:1 Oh Dios, tú eres mi Dios; te buscaré con afán. Title. GOD'S MAJESTY IN CREATION (8:1-2) A. (Worthington) --- It might be sung during the feast of tabernacles, after the vintage. heavens, ( Hebrews 7:26 "O Lord, our Lord, how magnificent is your reputation throughout the earth! . And this glory of God is most eminent in the gospel and the work of redemption. of God to men, as well as his wisdom, power, truth, and to one infinitely higher than the chief musician in the temple service, it should seem that this would be more in correspondence to the divine truths of the gospel expressed through every part of it. Others see an antithesis. In all the earth; not only in Israel, to which the name and knowledge of God was confined, Psalms 76:1 2 147:19, but among all nations; which shows that this Psalm speaks of the Messias, and the times of the New Testament. Gittith.— lamnatseach al haggittith הגתית על למנצח The word גתית gittith, signifies wine-presses; Ληνων, the LXX. Thy name, i.e. meaning his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, the brightness of his 1 Corinthians 2:8. Then it means to establish, appoint, ordain, constitute, etc. Many of the royal Psalms were given a messianic interpretation by Christians. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. The doctrine is against polytheism, which makes the heavenly bodies the abodes of the gods; and the idea is, that the heavens are, to all the earth, the reflection of the divine glory, even though it awakens no echo in millions of hearts. who hast set thy glory above the heavens. ык Его святое имя? Jehovah Himself; "name" being put by Figure of speech Metonymy (of Adjunct), App-6, for His character, person, and attributes. 2:6-8). 1 Gittith= "winepress," and so, of the harvest, in the sense of judgment Isaiah 63:3; Revelation 19:15; Psalms 7:1, to which the title of Psalms 8. properly belongs, is a Psalm of judgment. Perhaps it was while David was attending sheep on a clear night with the stars brightly shining that he picked up his Gittith, a stringed instrument in the shape of a winepress. were sent by Christ with it, into all the world; where it has This was especially true of former shepherd-boy turned king. God tells Job of his own great works (the elephant and whale especially), and thereby brings him to a right temper. O Lord our God --- We may explain it also fo the natural prerogatives of man, (Calmet) though (Haydock) this weakens the force of the prophecy. Gospel was spread throughout the earth; for upon Christ's Psalms 8:2. Psalms 8:1. This is the biblical name of the One True God, the God of Israel. The ancient versions also disagree. our. . How excellent is thy name] This David speaketh as one swallowed up with admiration at that Nomen illud Magnificum et Maiestativum, that glory, honour, power, wisdom, goodness, &c., that being invested in God, and manifested in the creature (God’s handywork), should make us both wonder and inquire into God’s excellencies, according to that of Aristotle, to admire and learn at once is a pleasant thing; and sure that which is admirable stirreth up desire to see further into it, το θαυμαστον ετοθυμητον (Arist. David begins with the exclamation, “O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is Your name in all the earth, who have displayed Your sp… 2:12 ) ; but this was true of the first times of the Gospel; Old Testament, was the name of the Lord glorious and excellent in И в трепете святом благоговею. . “Set” is here used in the royal sense, Thou hast, thy majesty above the heavens. It is, however, strange why he begins the psalm with an exclamation, when the usual way is first to give an account of a thing, and then to magnify its greatness and excellence. But the ascription of praise, which might at first sight appear only to stress the glory of His name, also stresses His close relationship with His people. Words really can’t do it justice. The sun, moon, and stars in "the havens" manifest God's "glory" (Psalms 8:3). Gospel of the blessed God, and excels the law in glory. Reader! Psalm 7:17) is high above all creation; He is much greater than anything He has made. Probably only a general sense of the majesty of Him “that is higher than the highest” (Ecclesiastes 5:8), and “whom the heaven of heavens cannot contain” (1 Kings 8:27), occupied the poet’s mind. And it was in consequence, and by virtue of this, that the perfections; or rather that by which he is made known, and who hast set thy glory above the heavens. exaltation the Spirit was poured down upon the apostles, and they Psalms are usually identified by a sequence number, often preceded by the abbreviation "Ps." precious promises it contains; and in its usefulness for the Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou established strength, Because of thine adversaries, That thou mightest still the enemy and the avenger." In all the earth!] Psalm 72:17-19 2 O L ord my God, I u cried to you for help, and you have v healed me. Article Images Copyright © 2021 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. blessings of grace it publishes, and the exceeding great and So Christ is the principal subject of this Psalm, of whom it is interpreted, both by Christ himself, Matthew 21:16, and by his holy apostle, 1 Corinthians 15:27 Hebrews 2:6,7. 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