sangat > terjepit >, ... BIS: 1 Samuel (Pendahuluan Kitab) I SAMUEL PENGANTAR Buku I Samuel berisi sejarah Israel dalam masa peralihan dari zaman Hakim-hakim kepada zaman Raja-raja. Yes, for they will pour into his lungs; and yet his brother will be none the poorer. Yet was his distress the more severe on another account, for David had sided with the enemies of the Lord’s people. they thought that he we indebted to them for all that he possessed! English Standard Version 6 And David was greatly distressed, for the people spoke yof stoning him, because all the people were bitter in soul,2 each for his sons and daughters. 1 Samuel 30:6-15. Here is one of the many eloquent ‘buts’ of the Bible. David ‘strengthened himself in the Lord,’ and if he had not doggedly set about resisting the pressure of circumstances, and flinging himself as it were, by an effort, into the arms of God, circumstances would have been too strong for him, and despair would have shrouded his soul. "The Adam Clarke Commentary". And David was greatly distressed; for the people spoke of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God. David encouraged himself in the Lord his God. The language of its triumph then is the meek, “Thy will be done.” But faith is active, lively. 3 Dan Daud 4 sangat 1 terjepit, karena rakyat 2 mengatakan hendak melempari dia dengan batu. He “strengthened himself in the Lord,” and if he had not set doggedly about resisting the pressure of circumstances, and flinging himself as it were, by am effort, into the arms of God, circumstances would have been too many for him, and despair would have shrouded his soul. 1. Charles Simeon's Horae Homileticae. Stone him, as the author of all their losses, because he had not left a sufficient garrison at Siceleg, and had irritated the Amalecites. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". "E.W. If we have God in our hearts, we have enough for courage and for strength. The words of the original convey even more forcibly than those of our translation the thought of David’s own action in securing him the hold of God as his. I need not remind you, I suppose, how this darkest moment of David’s fortunes was the moment at which the darkness broke. Then he would go over all the past deliverances which he had experienced. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/acc/1-samuel-30.html. Reader! David, with the help of his God, on whose mercy he had thrown himself, obtained his brilliant success over Amalek, and restored his prestige not only among his own immediate followers, but through all the cities and villages of Southern Canaan. God will give it, but He will not give it unless the man strains after it. 1832. Reader! hope thou in God; for I will yet praise him.” David encouraged himself. David did not always do what was right. ‘But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.’. IN seasons of prosperity the superior happiness of a Christian is not visible to all, but in adverse circumstances he has a manifest advantage over others. He had gathered around himself a band of desperate men, and was living very much like a freebooter. Genesis 32:7 Then Jacob was greatly afraid and distressed: and he divided the people that was with him, and the flocks, and herds, and the camels, into two bands; Psalm 25:17 The troubles of my heart are enlarged: O bring thou me out of my distresses. II. Just think of the difference between the attitude of mind and heart expressed in the names that were more familiar to the Israelitish people, and this name for Jehovah. The book is about how confinement affected the lives of those interned in Shantung Compound, an old church encampment hardly suited for the task, when the Japanese overran China during the Second World War and all western foreigners residing in China were interned there. BibliographyWesley, John. The grand assurance which this man gripped fast at such a time. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. 1685. Notwithstanding his great sorrow and distress. 2 Samuel 17:8 For, said Hushai, thou knowest thy father and his men, that they be mighty men, and they be chafed in their minds, as a bear robbed of her whelps in the field: and thy father is a man of war, and will not lodge with the people. It was no time to lie upon the earth; there was something to be done, and done at once. See Habakkuk 3:17-18. 4 Then David and the people that were with him lifted up their voice and wept, until they had no more power to weep. 1865-1868. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfb/1-samuel-30.html. David was greatly distressed. Wesley's 1-samuel 30:6 Bible Commentary 30:6 Stoning him - As the author of their miseries, by coming to Ziklag at first, by provoking the Amalekites to this cruelty, and by his forwardness in marching away with Achish, and leaving their wives and children unguarded. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfu/1-samuel-30.html. He ‘strengthened himself in the Lord his God.’ The Hebrew conveys the notion of effort, persistent and continuous; and it tells us this, that when things are as black as they were round David at that hour-it is not a matter of course, even for a good man, that there shall well up in his heart this tranquillising and victorious conviction; but he has to set himself to reach and to keep it. (6) And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God. Was he agitated? "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". Put a little candle in a room, and you will not see the lightning when it flashes outside, however stormy the sky, and seamed with the fiery darts. It is not by accident, nor if it a mere piece of tautology, that we read “the Lord his God.” For, if you will remember, the very keynote of the psalms which are ascribed to David is just that expression, “My God,” “My God.” So far as the very fragmentary records of Jewish literature go, it would appear as if David was the very first of all the ancient singers to grapple that thought that he stood in a personal, individual relation to God, and God to him. Cling to Him by faith: hold fast by Him in hope. He had come through many perils in the past, but he had never been nearer a fatal end than he was at that moment. In addition you can use the Interlinear Bible and much more to enhance your understanding of God's word. BibliographyGill, John. His wives were gone. Are not these then grounds of encouragement to us as well as to David?]. 3. 1599-1645. 2. But we cannot occupy ourselves with these truths unless we have a distinct and resolute purpose running through our lives, of averting our eyes from the things that might make us lose sight of them and of Him. He had reason, not only on his own personal account (1 Samuel 30:5), but on account of the vehement outcry and insurrectionary threats against him for having left the place so defenseless that the families of his men fell an unresisting prey to the enemy. II. But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God. The reality of David’s faith. Browse Sermons on 1 Samuel 30:6-8. The people spake of stoning him — As the cause of this calamity, by coming to Ziklag at first, by provoking the Amalekites so grievously as he had done, and by his forwardness in marching away with Achish, and leaving the town, their wives and children unguarded. The man who contents himself with the generality of a Gospel for the world, and who can say no more than that Jesus Christ died for all, has yet to learn the most intimate sweetness, and the most quickening and transforming power, of that Gospel, and he only learns it when he says, ‘Who loved me, and gave Himself for me.’, So do not let us be content with saying, ‘the God of Israel,’ and its many thousands, or ‘the God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob,’ who filled the past with His lustre, but let us bring the general good into our own houses, as men might draw the waters of Niagara into their homes through pipes, and let us cry: ‘My Lord and my God!’ ‘David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.’. But the Amalekites had not stolen God from him. 2. Are we then discouraged by outward difficulties or inward corruptions? No marvel that God remembereth David in all his troubles, since David did in all his troubles thus remember his God. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". He had lost everything that his heart clung to; wives, children; Abigail and Abinoam were captives in the arms of some Amalekites; his house was left to him desolate; his heart was bleeding. Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, OT History: 1 Samuel 30:6 David was greatly distressed (1Sa iSam 1 Sam i sa) Christian Bible Study Resources, Dictionary, Concordance and Search Tools. 1 Samuel 30:6 Context. Had I but trusted my God and remained in Judah, or even had I stayed here in Ziklag, this would not have come to pass.” He did not simply make an effort to encourage himself, he actually encouraged himself, found encouragement for himself, in the Lord his God. David’s encouragement: “And David encouraged himself.” That is well, Davids He did not at first attempt to encourage anybody else; but he encouraged himself. ], 2. BibliographyEllicott, Charles John. ], We have beheld more astonishing exercises of his love—, [The history of the Jews records many instances of God’s love towards them: but what were these when compared with the gift of his dear Son to die for us, and of his Holy Spirit to renew us? He has been driven away by the Philistine lords with words of contempt; his men have been sneered at--“What do these Hebrews here? I. There is no mystery about the road to the sweetness and holiness and power that may belong to a Christian. {See Trapp on "Habakkuk 3:17"} {See Trapp on "Habakkuk 3:18"}. On the one hand is piled up a black heap of calamities, loss, treachery, and peril; and opposed to them is only that one clause: “But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.” God is enough: whatever else may go. Now I am not putting too much into a little word when I insist upon it that the very essence and nerve of what strengthened David, at that supreme moment of desolation, was the conviction that welled up in his heart that, in spite of it all, he had a grip of God’s hand as his very own, and God had hold of him. No. “How comes a professing Christian to be acting as we do?”. Teks -- 1 Samuel 30:6 (TB) Tampilkan Strong. From the covenant which God had made with him—, [God had covenanted with him to give him the throne of Israel; hence he was assured that his life should be spared till this promise was accomplished. David’s answer of peace. "Whedon's Commentary on the Bible". Because the soul of all the people was grieved.] Search using our Online Bible by Topic, Verse Reference or Phrase. "6 Moreover David was greatly distressed because the people spoke of stoning him, for all the people were embittered, each one because of his sons and his daughters” (1 Samuel 30:6a). A. 1. Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Aug 16, 2020. based on 1 rating. shall I overtake?”, 3. Encouraged himself — That is, in this that the all-wise, and all-powerful Lord, was his God by covenant and special promise, and fatherly affection, as he had shewed himself to be in the whole course of his providence towards him. This is what happened now to David at Ziklag, while about the same time Saul, alone and distrustful, fought and fell on the bloody day of Gilboa. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". BibliographyExell, Joseph S. "Commentary on "1 Samuel 30:6". Copyright StatementThe New John Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible Modernised and adapted for the computer by Larry Pierce of Online Bible. As the chief cause of their calamity, by carrying them all after Achish to no purpose; whereby their city was exposed to the spoil of the enemy. And then when we look up into the heavens thus submissive, thus obedient, thus owning His authority and His rights, as well as claiming His love and His tenderness, and cry: ‘My Father,’ He will bend down and whisper into our hearts: ‘Thou art My beloved son.’ Then we shall be ‘strong, and of a good courage,’ however weak and timid, and we shall be rich, though, like David, we have lost all things. 1 Samuel 30:7 NKJV. Think, too, of the contrast of the thoughts and emotions suggested by ‘My God,’ and by ‘the God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob.’ Great as that name is, it carries the mind away back into the past, and speaks of a historical relation in former days, which may or may not continue in all its tenderness and sweetness and power into the prosaic present. (1 Samuel 30:6 NIV) Sometimes life can be like going 15 rounds with boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. Inconstant people! Persistent health problems, chronic pain, and doctor visit after doctor visit with no answers weakens us like a flurry of body blows. Let us then look to Christ, that through him we may find acceptance with God; so shall God be our Friend, our Father, and our “eternal great Reward [Note: Genesis 15:1; John 1:12; 2 Corinthians 6:18. Here is one of the many eloquent “buts” of the Bible. David encouraged himself in the Lord his God! David was greatly distressed, for he had been acting without consulting his God. Does he not, Himself say, “Let him lay hold on My strength?” I remember old Master Quarles has a strange picture of one trying to strike another with a flail, and how does the other escape? Yes. In the darkest moment it is possible for a man to surround himself with God’s light, but even in the brightest it is not possible to do so unless he makes a serious effete. His turbulent followers rose against him, a mutiny broke out-a dangerous thing amongst such a crew-and they were ready to stone him. This shows the English words related to the source biblical texts along with brief definitions. "Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged". 1 Samuel 30:6 Moreover David was greatly distressed because the people spoke of stoning him, for all the people were embittered, each one because of his sons and his daughters. 1 Thessaloniciens 2 Thessaloniciens 1 Timothée 2 Timothée Tite. The sufficiency of this one conviction and assurance. We may also see much of his goodness in our own experience. We have many conspicuous examples of this; for instance, in the lives of Samson and Saul, how, when with weeping and with mourning, they returned to their allegiance, and again leaned on the "Arm," success and victory returned to them. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/mac/1-samuel-30.html. David was greatly distressed — He had reason, not only on his own personal account (1 Samuel 30:5), but on account of the vehement outcry and insurrectionary threats against him for having left the place so defenseless that the families of his men fell an unresisting prey to the enemy. BibliographyWhedon, Daniel. Preposition-l | Noun - proper - masculine singular, David -- perhaps 'beloved one', a son of Jesse, Conjunctive waw | Verb - Qal - Consecutive imperfect - third person feminine singular, Be distressed, be narrow, be straitened in straits, be vexed, A people, a tribe, troops, attendants, a flock, Verb - Qal - Perfect - third person common plural, Preposition-l | Verb - Qal - Infinitive construct | third person masculine singular, A soul, living being, life, self, person, desire, passion, appetite, emotion, Verb - Qal - Perfect - third person feminine singular, Noun - masculine plural construct | third person masculine singular, Noun - feminine plural construct | third person masculine singular, Conjunctive waw | Verb - Hitpael - Consecutive imperfect - third person masculine singular, To fasten upon, to seize, be strong, obstinate, to bind, restrain, conquer, Preposition-b | Noun - proper - masculine singular, LORD -- the proper name of the God of Israel, gods -- the supreme God, magistrates, a superlative. 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English Standard Version 6 And David was greatly distressed, for the people spoke yof stoning him, because all the people were bitter in soul,2 each for his sons and daughters. 1 Samuel 30:6-15. Here is one of the many eloquent ‘buts’ of the Bible. David ‘strengthened himself in the Lord,’ and if he had not doggedly set about resisting the pressure of circumstances, and flinging himself as it were, by an effort, into the arms of God, circumstances would have been too strong for him, and despair would have shrouded his soul. "The Adam Clarke Commentary". And David was greatly distressed; for the people spoke of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God. David encouraged himself in the Lord his God. The language of its triumph then is the meek, “Thy will be done.” But faith is active, lively. 3 Dan Daud 4 sangat 1 terjepit, karena rakyat 2 mengatakan hendak melempari dia dengan batu. He “strengthened himself in the Lord,” and if he had not set doggedly about resisting the pressure of circumstances, and flinging himself as it were, by am effort, into the arms of God, circumstances would have been too many for him, and despair would have shrouded his soul. 1. Charles Simeon's Horae Homileticae. Stone him, as the author of all their losses, because he had not left a sufficient garrison at Siceleg, and had irritated the Amalecites. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". "E.W. If we have God in our hearts, we have enough for courage and for strength. The words of the original convey even more forcibly than those of our translation the thought of David’s own action in securing him the hold of God as his. I need not remind you, I suppose, how this darkest moment of David’s fortunes was the moment at which the darkness broke. Then he would go over all the past deliverances which he had experienced. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/acc/1-samuel-30.html. Reader! David, with the help of his God, on whose mercy he had thrown himself, obtained his brilliant success over Amalek, and restored his prestige not only among his own immediate followers, but through all the cities and villages of Southern Canaan. God will give it, but He will not give it unless the man strains after it. 1832. Reader! hope thou in God; for I will yet praise him.” David encouraged himself. David did not always do what was right. ‘But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.’. IN seasons of prosperity the superior happiness of a Christian is not visible to all, but in adverse circumstances he has a manifest advantage over others. He had gathered around himself a band of desperate men, and was living very much like a freebooter. Genesis 32:7 Then Jacob was greatly afraid and distressed: and he divided the people that was with him, and the flocks, and herds, and the camels, into two bands; Psalm 25:17 The troubles of my heart are enlarged: O bring thou me out of my distresses. II. Just think of the difference between the attitude of mind and heart expressed in the names that were more familiar to the Israelitish people, and this name for Jehovah. The book is about how confinement affected the lives of those interned in Shantung Compound, an old church encampment hardly suited for the task, when the Japanese overran China during the Second World War and all western foreigners residing in China were interned there. BibliographyWesley, John. The grand assurance which this man gripped fast at such a time. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. 1685. Notwithstanding his great sorrow and distress. 2 Samuel 17:8 For, said Hushai, thou knowest thy father and his men, that they be mighty men, and they be chafed in their minds, as a bear robbed of her whelps in the field: and thy father is a man of war, and will not lodge with the people. It was no time to lie upon the earth; there was something to be done, and done at once. See Habakkuk 3:17-18. 4 Then David and the people that were with him lifted up their voice and wept, until they had no more power to weep. 1865-1868. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfb/1-samuel-30.html. David was greatly distressed. Wesley's 1-samuel 30:6 Bible Commentary 30:6 Stoning him - As the author of their miseries, by coming to Ziklag at first, by provoking the Amalekites to this cruelty, and by his forwardness in marching away with Achish, and leaving their wives and children unguarded. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfu/1-samuel-30.html. He ‘strengthened himself in the Lord his God.’ The Hebrew conveys the notion of effort, persistent and continuous; and it tells us this, that when things are as black as they were round David at that hour-it is not a matter of course, even for a good man, that there shall well up in his heart this tranquillising and victorious conviction; but he has to set himself to reach and to keep it. (6) And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God. Was he agitated? "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". Put a little candle in a room, and you will not see the lightning when it flashes outside, however stormy the sky, and seamed with the fiery darts. It is not by accident, nor if it a mere piece of tautology, that we read “the Lord his God.” For, if you will remember, the very keynote of the psalms which are ascribed to David is just that expression, “My God,” “My God.” So far as the very fragmentary records of Jewish literature go, it would appear as if David was the very first of all the ancient singers to grapple that thought that he stood in a personal, individual relation to God, and God to him. Cling to Him by faith: hold fast by Him in hope. He had come through many perils in the past, but he had never been nearer a fatal end than he was at that moment. In addition you can use the Interlinear Bible and much more to enhance your understanding of God's word. BibliographyGill, John. His wives were gone. Are not these then grounds of encouragement to us as well as to David?]. 3. 1599-1645. 2. But we cannot occupy ourselves with these truths unless we have a distinct and resolute purpose running through our lives, of averting our eyes from the things that might make us lose sight of them and of Him. He had reason, not only on his own personal account (1 Samuel 30:5), but on account of the vehement outcry and insurrectionary threats against him for having left the place so defenseless that the families of his men fell an unresisting prey to the enemy. II. But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God. The reality of David’s faith. Browse Sermons on 1 Samuel 30:6-8. The people spake of stoning him — As the cause of this calamity, by coming to Ziklag at first, by provoking the Amalekites so grievously as he had done, and by his forwardness in marching away with Achish, and leaving the town, their wives and children unguarded. The man who contents himself with the generality of a Gospel for the world, and who can say no more than that Jesus Christ died for all, has yet to learn the most intimate sweetness, and the most quickening and transforming power, of that Gospel, and he only learns it when he says, ‘Who loved me, and gave Himself for me.’, So do not let us be content with saying, ‘the God of Israel,’ and its many thousands, or ‘the God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob,’ who filled the past with His lustre, but let us bring the general good into our own houses, as men might draw the waters of Niagara into their homes through pipes, and let us cry: ‘My Lord and my God!’ ‘David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.’. But the Amalekites had not stolen God from him. 2. Are we then discouraged by outward difficulties or inward corruptions? No marvel that God remembereth David in all his troubles, since David did in all his troubles thus remember his God. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". He had lost everything that his heart clung to; wives, children; Abigail and Abinoam were captives in the arms of some Amalekites; his house was left to him desolate; his heart was bleeding. Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, OT History: 1 Samuel 30:6 David was greatly distressed (1Sa iSam 1 Sam i sa) Christian Bible Study Resources, Dictionary, Concordance and Search Tools. 1 Samuel 30:6 Context. Had I but trusted my God and remained in Judah, or even had I stayed here in Ziklag, this would not have come to pass.” He did not simply make an effort to encourage himself, he actually encouraged himself, found encouragement for himself, in the Lord his God. David’s encouragement: “And David encouraged himself.” That is well, Davids He did not at first attempt to encourage anybody else; but he encouraged himself. ], 2. BibliographyEllicott, Charles John. ], We have beheld more astonishing exercises of his love—, [The history of the Jews records many instances of God’s love towards them: but what were these when compared with the gift of his dear Son to die for us, and of his Holy Spirit to renew us? He has been driven away by the Philistine lords with words of contempt; his men have been sneered at--“What do these Hebrews here? I. There is no mystery about the road to the sweetness and holiness and power that may belong to a Christian. {See Trapp on "Habakkuk 3:17"} {See Trapp on "Habakkuk 3:18"}. On the one hand is piled up a black heap of calamities, loss, treachery, and peril; and opposed to them is only that one clause: “But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.” God is enough: whatever else may go. Now I am not putting too much into a little word when I insist upon it that the very essence and nerve of what strengthened David, at that supreme moment of desolation, was the conviction that welled up in his heart that, in spite of it all, he had a grip of God’s hand as his very own, and God had hold of him. No. “How comes a professing Christian to be acting as we do?”. Teks -- 1 Samuel 30:6 (TB) Tampilkan Strong. From the covenant which God had made with him—, [God had covenanted with him to give him the throne of Israel; hence he was assured that his life should be spared till this promise was accomplished. David’s answer of peace. "Whedon's Commentary on the Bible". Because the soul of all the people was grieved.] Search using our Online Bible by Topic, Verse Reference or Phrase. "6 Moreover David was greatly distressed because the people spoke of stoning him, for all the people were embittered, each one because of his sons and his daughters” (1 Samuel 30:6a). A. 1. Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Aug 16, 2020. based on 1 rating. shall I overtake?”, 3. Encouraged himself — That is, in this that the all-wise, and all-powerful Lord, was his God by covenant and special promise, and fatherly affection, as he had shewed himself to be in the whole course of his providence towards him. This is what happened now to David at Ziklag, while about the same time Saul, alone and distrustful, fought and fell on the bloody day of Gilboa. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". BibliographyExell, Joseph S. "Commentary on "1 Samuel 30:6". Copyright StatementThe New John Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible Modernised and adapted for the computer by Larry Pierce of Online Bible. As the chief cause of their calamity, by carrying them all after Achish to no purpose; whereby their city was exposed to the spoil of the enemy. And then when we look up into the heavens thus submissive, thus obedient, thus owning His authority and His rights, as well as claiming His love and His tenderness, and cry: ‘My Father,’ He will bend down and whisper into our hearts: ‘Thou art My beloved son.’ Then we shall be ‘strong, and of a good courage,’ however weak and timid, and we shall be rich, though, like David, we have lost all things. 1 Samuel 30:7 NKJV. Think, too, of the contrast of the thoughts and emotions suggested by ‘My God,’ and by ‘the God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob.’ Great as that name is, it carries the mind away back into the past, and speaks of a historical relation in former days, which may or may not continue in all its tenderness and sweetness and power into the prosaic present. (1 Samuel 30:6 NIV) Sometimes life can be like going 15 rounds with boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. Inconstant people! Persistent health problems, chronic pain, and doctor visit after doctor visit with no answers weakens us like a flurry of body blows. Let us then look to Christ, that through him we may find acceptance with God; so shall God be our Friend, our Father, and our “eternal great Reward [Note: Genesis 15:1; John 1:12; 2 Corinthians 6:18. Here is one of the many eloquent “buts” of the Bible. David encouraged himself in the Lord his God! David was greatly distressed, for he had been acting without consulting his God. Does he not, Himself say, “Let him lay hold on My strength?” I remember old Master Quarles has a strange picture of one trying to strike another with a flail, and how does the other escape? Yes. In the darkest moment it is possible for a man to surround himself with God’s light, but even in the brightest it is not possible to do so unless he makes a serious effete. His turbulent followers rose against him, a mutiny broke out-a dangerous thing amongst such a crew-and they were ready to stone him. This shows the English words related to the source biblical texts along with brief definitions. "Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged". 1 Samuel 30:6 Moreover David was greatly distressed because the people spoke of stoning him, for all the people were embittered, each one because of his sons and his daughters. 1 Thessaloniciens 2 Thessaloniciens 1 Timothée 2 Timothée Tite. The sufficiency of this one conviction and assurance. We may also see much of his goodness in our own experience. We have many conspicuous examples of this; for instance, in the lives of Samson and Saul, how, when with weeping and with mourning, they returned to their allegiance, and again leaned on the "Arm," success and victory returned to them. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/mac/1-samuel-30.html. David was greatly distressed — He had reason, not only on his own personal account (1 Samuel 30:5), but on account of the vehement outcry and insurrectionary threats against him for having left the place so defenseless that the families of his men fell an unresisting prey to the enemy. BibliographyWhedon, Daniel. Preposition-l | Noun - proper - masculine singular, David -- perhaps 'beloved one', a son of Jesse, Conjunctive waw | Verb - Qal - Consecutive imperfect - third person feminine singular, Be distressed, be narrow, be straitened in straits, be vexed, A people, a tribe, troops, attendants, a flock, Verb - Qal - Perfect - third person common plural, Preposition-l | Verb - Qal - Infinitive construct | third person masculine singular, A soul, living being, life, self, person, desire, passion, appetite, emotion, Verb - Qal - Perfect - third person feminine singular, Noun - masculine plural construct | third person masculine singular, Noun - feminine plural construct | third person masculine singular, Conjunctive waw | Verb - Hitpael - Consecutive imperfect - third person masculine singular, To fasten upon, to seize, be strong, obstinate, to bind, restrain, conquer, Preposition-b | Noun - proper - masculine singular, LORD -- the proper name of the God of Israel, gods -- the supreme God, magistrates, a superlative. 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1 samuel 30:6

BibliographyHawker, Robert, D.D. Has He not ordained me to be king in Israel? 1 Samuel 30:6-10. Nothing. Also included links to commentaries, concordances, dictionaries, encyclopedia and lexicons. ], 1. 2. Under the pressure of so unexpected and widespread a calamity, of which he was upbraided as the indirect occasion, the spirit of any other leader guided by ordinary motives would have sunk; but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God — His faith supplied him with inward resources of comfort and energy, and through the seasonable inquiries he made by Urim, he inspired confidence by ordering an immediate pursuit of the plunderers. The golden rule in David’s day was, “Do others, for others will certainly do you.”. ]; and henceforth say with him, “In the day of my trouble I will call upon God [Note: Psalms 86:7.].”]. God in Christ is an ocean that never dries, never lessens, never abates. (A. Maclaren, D. D.). It is to be remarked, however, that David does not expect that God is going to help him without his doing his best. It was “the Lord his God,” in whom he encouraged himself. Job 13:15 Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him: but I will maintain mine own ways before him. No. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". The Lord his God was the sufficient portion for this man when he stood a homeless pauper. The only way to get them is to be occupied, far more than most of us are, with the plain truths of God’s revelation in Jesus Christ. But, naturally, the Philistine soldiers doubted their ally, and he was obliged to take himself and his troops back again to their temporary home. While we admire the conduct of David in this particular, let us consider, Certainly the grounds of David’s encouragement are equally calculated for our support—, [God is still the same almighty and gracious Being as ever: his arm is not shortened, nor is his ear heavy with respect to us. Follow the buttons in the right-hand column for detailed definitions and verses that use the same root words. And the glory of the LORD appeared in the tabernacle of the congregation before all the children of Israel. He only wants to know how it is to he done. The Biblical Illustrator. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". Though reduced to the greatest extremities, David derived encouragement, 1. Close in with God. 1832. ], We have experienced more abundant proofs of his faithfulness—, [How many promises, made to the Church at large, have been accomplished by the mission of Christ, and the gift of the Holy Spirit! https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/whe/1-samuel-30.html. BibliographyJamieson, Robert, D.D. And so it was his God that he laid hold of at that dark hour. 2. BibliographyBullinger, Ethelbert William. But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God. “In the Lord,” observe. If you never think about them they cannot affect you, and they will not make you sure that God is yours. ], and it is beautifully exemplified in the history before us. a. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tsk/1-samuel-30.html. Exodus 17:4 And Moses cried unto the LORD, saying, What shall I do unto this people? Did you know that sometimes the most powerful motivational speech you’ll ever hear is the one you give yourself? 1874-1909. In the Lord his God, i.e. Was he cast down? BibliographySimeon, Charles. That effort must consist mainly in two things. David encouraged himself in the Lord — Betook himself to prayer, and through the ephod of the priest, as narrated in the following verses, received counsel and promise from Jehovah. ‘The God of Israel’-that is wide, general; and a man might use it and yet fail to feel that it implied that each individual of the community stood by himself in a personal relation to God. He who speaks to everybody except himself is a great fool. Now let us look at the difficult circumstances under which David did what is here ascribed to him. 1 Samuel 30:6 And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God. Search results for '1 Samuel 30:6' using the 'New American Standard Version'. David encouraged himself in the Lord his God. We sometimes think that soldiers have not hearts, but we cannot read this chapter and think so. And so it was his God that he laid hold of at that dark hour. 1 Samuel 30:6-10 KJV. 1871-8. David went to fight for the Philistine with his men, but after some time the Philistine commanders, knowing that he was an officer of Saul and fearing him for that, sent him home. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". 1871-8. New York. Believe also in his Son Jesus. See 1 Samuel 22:2. Abarbinel is of opinion that it was his excess of sorrow for his two wives, and his remissness and backwardness to take vengeance on their enemies, that provoked them, and put them on talking after this manner: because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters; as well as David; and they were very desirous of recovering them if possible, and of taking vengeance on those who had carried them captive: but David encouraged himself in the Lord his God; took all patiently, and exercised faith on his God; he encouraged himself in the power and providence of God; in the promises of God, and his faithfulness in keeping them; in a view of his covenant relation to God; in remembrance of the grace, mercy, and goodness of God, and his former experiences of it; hoping and believing that God would appear for him in some way or another, and work salvation for him. In Jesus Christ He is our Lord and our God. The people spake of stoning him — As the cause of this calamity, by coming to Ziklag at first, by provoking the Amalekites so grievously as he had done, and by his forwardness in marching away with Achish, and leaving the town, their wives and children unguarded. (Calmet) --- David, without being too much dejected, sought out for an immediate remedy, and led them on to battle. Yes! Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on 1 Samuel 30:6-8. Finding the new version too difficult to understand? You have carved for yourselves, and you have cut your own fingers; you have obtained your heart’s desire, and while the meat is yet in your mouth a curse has come with it. Can you not see its application to yourselves? The Amalekites had attacked part of the south of Judah's land. Sermon Notes for 1 Samuel 30:20 Next Section → Sermon Notes for Ruth 1:16,17; 2:12 ← Prior Book. 1 Samuel 30:6 NKJV. 1 Samuel 30:6 Now David was greatly distressed ... but David strengthened himself in the Lord his God. We are not told so, but there must have been a voice there which said, “All this is my own doing. SABDAweb 1Sam 30:6. Joseph Benson's Commentary. He had that which supported him in the fail of outward comforts - viz., the power, promises, and fatherly providence of God; who is here called his God, as being in covenant with him, never to fail him nor forsake him. When He lilts his arm, as it were, to execute vengeance, lay hold upon it and He will spare you. the Lord his God, properly so called. Bullinger's Companion bible Notes". Some of the things that he did in life were questionable at best. You may have a strong impression that in certain you shall be helped, delivered, but the impression may be all a delusion, “the baseless fabric of a vision,” a hallucination of the mind. "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible". 1 Samuel 30:6-8 King James Version (KJV). It was not enough for him, in his time of need, to stay himself upon a vague universal goodness, but he had to clasp to his burdened heart the individualising thought, ‘the God of Israel is my God.’. Under the pressure of so unexpected and widespread a calamity, of which he was upbraided as the indirect occasion, the spirit of any other leader, guided by ordinary motives, would have sunk; "but David encouraged himself in the Lord his God." 1 Samuel 30:6 Translation & Meaning. We have many conspicuous examples of this; for instance, in the lives of Samson and Saul, how, when with weeping and with mourning, they returned to their allegiance, and again leaned on the “Arm,” success and victory returned to them. If you are in trouble, and your trouble is mixed with sin, if you have afflicted yourselves by your backslidings and perversities, nevertheless I pray you look nowhere else for help but to the God whom you have offended. IN seasons of prosperity the superior happiness of a Christian is not visible to all, but in adverse circumstances he has a manifest advantage over others. 3. 1 Samuel 30:6 And David was greatly distressed because the people spoke of stoning him, because the soul of every man grieved for his sons and daughters. Now I am not putting too much into a little word when I insist upon it that the very essence and nerve of what strengthened the king, at that supreme moment of desolation, was the, conviction that welled up in his heart that, in spite of it all, he had a grip of God a hand as his very own, and God had hold of him, I would not go to the length of saying that the living realisation, in heart and mind, of this personal possession of God is the difference between a traditional sad vague profession of religion and a vital possession of religion, but if it is not the difference, it goes a long way towards explaining the difference. At the back of this came bereavement. 30:6 Dan Daud > sangat > terjepit >, ... BIS: 1 Samuel (Pendahuluan Kitab) I SAMUEL PENGANTAR Buku I Samuel berisi sejarah Israel dalam masa peralihan dari zaman Hakim-hakim kepada zaman Raja-raja. Yes, for they will pour into his lungs; and yet his brother will be none the poorer. Yet was his distress the more severe on another account, for David had sided with the enemies of the Lord’s people. they thought that he we indebted to them for all that he possessed! English Standard Version 6 And David was greatly distressed, for the people spoke yof stoning him, because all the people were bitter in soul,2 each for his sons and daughters. 1 Samuel 30:6-15. Here is one of the many eloquent ‘buts’ of the Bible. David ‘strengthened himself in the Lord,’ and if he had not doggedly set about resisting the pressure of circumstances, and flinging himself as it were, by an effort, into the arms of God, circumstances would have been too strong for him, and despair would have shrouded his soul. "The Adam Clarke Commentary". And David was greatly distressed; for the people spoke of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God. David encouraged himself in the Lord his God. The language of its triumph then is the meek, “Thy will be done.” But faith is active, lively. 3 Dan Daud 4 sangat 1 terjepit, karena rakyat 2 mengatakan hendak melempari dia dengan batu. He “strengthened himself in the Lord,” and if he had not set doggedly about resisting the pressure of circumstances, and flinging himself as it were, by am effort, into the arms of God, circumstances would have been too many for him, and despair would have shrouded his soul. 1. Charles Simeon's Horae Homileticae. Stone him, as the author of all their losses, because he had not left a sufficient garrison at Siceleg, and had irritated the Amalecites. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". "E.W. If we have God in our hearts, we have enough for courage and for strength. The words of the original convey even more forcibly than those of our translation the thought of David’s own action in securing him the hold of God as his. I need not remind you, I suppose, how this darkest moment of David’s fortunes was the moment at which the darkness broke. Then he would go over all the past deliverances which he had experienced. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/acc/1-samuel-30.html. Reader! David, with the help of his God, on whose mercy he had thrown himself, obtained his brilliant success over Amalek, and restored his prestige not only among his own immediate followers, but through all the cities and villages of Southern Canaan. God will give it, but He will not give it unless the man strains after it. 1832. Reader! hope thou in God; for I will yet praise him.” David encouraged himself. David did not always do what was right. ‘But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.’. IN seasons of prosperity the superior happiness of a Christian is not visible to all, but in adverse circumstances he has a manifest advantage over others. He had gathered around himself a band of desperate men, and was living very much like a freebooter. Genesis 32:7 Then Jacob was greatly afraid and distressed: and he divided the people that was with him, and the flocks, and herds, and the camels, into two bands; Psalm 25:17 The troubles of my heart are enlarged: O bring thou me out of my distresses. II. Just think of the difference between the attitude of mind and heart expressed in the names that were more familiar to the Israelitish people, and this name for Jehovah. The book is about how confinement affected the lives of those interned in Shantung Compound, an old church encampment hardly suited for the task, when the Japanese overran China during the Second World War and all western foreigners residing in China were interned there. BibliographyWesley, John. The grand assurance which this man gripped fast at such a time. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. 1685. Notwithstanding his great sorrow and distress. 2 Samuel 17:8 For, said Hushai, thou knowest thy father and his men, that they be mighty men, and they be chafed in their minds, as a bear robbed of her whelps in the field: and thy father is a man of war, and will not lodge with the people. It was no time to lie upon the earth; there was something to be done, and done at once. See Habakkuk 3:17-18. 4 Then David and the people that were with him lifted up their voice and wept, until they had no more power to weep. 1865-1868. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfb/1-samuel-30.html. David was greatly distressed. Wesley's 1-samuel 30:6 Bible Commentary 30:6 Stoning him - As the author of their miseries, by coming to Ziklag at first, by provoking the Amalekites to this cruelty, and by his forwardness in marching away with Achish, and leaving their wives and children unguarded. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfu/1-samuel-30.html. He ‘strengthened himself in the Lord his God.’ The Hebrew conveys the notion of effort, persistent and continuous; and it tells us this, that when things are as black as they were round David at that hour-it is not a matter of course, even for a good man, that there shall well up in his heart this tranquillising and victorious conviction; but he has to set himself to reach and to keep it. (6) And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God. Was he agitated? "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". Put a little candle in a room, and you will not see the lightning when it flashes outside, however stormy the sky, and seamed with the fiery darts. It is not by accident, nor if it a mere piece of tautology, that we read “the Lord his God.” For, if you will remember, the very keynote of the psalms which are ascribed to David is just that expression, “My God,” “My God.” So far as the very fragmentary records of Jewish literature go, it would appear as if David was the very first of all the ancient singers to grapple that thought that he stood in a personal, individual relation to God, and God to him. Cling to Him by faith: hold fast by Him in hope. He had come through many perils in the past, but he had never been nearer a fatal end than he was at that moment. In addition you can use the Interlinear Bible and much more to enhance your understanding of God's word. BibliographyGill, John. His wives were gone. Are not these then grounds of encouragement to us as well as to David?]. 3. 1599-1645. 2. But we cannot occupy ourselves with these truths unless we have a distinct and resolute purpose running through our lives, of averting our eyes from the things that might make us lose sight of them and of Him. He had reason, not only on his own personal account (1 Samuel 30:5), but on account of the vehement outcry and insurrectionary threats against him for having left the place so defenseless that the families of his men fell an unresisting prey to the enemy. II. But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God. The reality of David’s faith. Browse Sermons on 1 Samuel 30:6-8. The people spake of stoning him — As the cause of this calamity, by coming to Ziklag at first, by provoking the Amalekites so grievously as he had done, and by his forwardness in marching away with Achish, and leaving the town, their wives and children unguarded. The man who contents himself with the generality of a Gospel for the world, and who can say no more than that Jesus Christ died for all, has yet to learn the most intimate sweetness, and the most quickening and transforming power, of that Gospel, and he only learns it when he says, ‘Who loved me, and gave Himself for me.’, So do not let us be content with saying, ‘the God of Israel,’ and its many thousands, or ‘the God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob,’ who filled the past with His lustre, but let us bring the general good into our own houses, as men might draw the waters of Niagara into their homes through pipes, and let us cry: ‘My Lord and my God!’ ‘David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.’. But the Amalekites had not stolen God from him. 2. Are we then discouraged by outward difficulties or inward corruptions? No marvel that God remembereth David in all his troubles, since David did in all his troubles thus remember his God. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". He had lost everything that his heart clung to; wives, children; Abigail and Abinoam were captives in the arms of some Amalekites; his house was left to him desolate; his heart was bleeding. Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, OT History: 1 Samuel 30:6 David was greatly distressed (1Sa iSam 1 Sam i sa) Christian Bible Study Resources, Dictionary, Concordance and Search Tools. 1 Samuel 30:6 Context. Had I but trusted my God and remained in Judah, or even had I stayed here in Ziklag, this would not have come to pass.” He did not simply make an effort to encourage himself, he actually encouraged himself, found encouragement for himself, in the Lord his God. David’s encouragement: “And David encouraged himself.” That is well, Davids He did not at first attempt to encourage anybody else; but he encouraged himself. ], 2. BibliographyEllicott, Charles John. ], We have beheld more astonishing exercises of his love—, [The history of the Jews records many instances of God’s love towards them: but what were these when compared with the gift of his dear Son to die for us, and of his Holy Spirit to renew us? He has been driven away by the Philistine lords with words of contempt; his men have been sneered at--“What do these Hebrews here? I. There is no mystery about the road to the sweetness and holiness and power that may belong to a Christian. {See Trapp on "Habakkuk 3:17"} {See Trapp on "Habakkuk 3:18"}. On the one hand is piled up a black heap of calamities, loss, treachery, and peril; and opposed to them is only that one clause: “But David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.” God is enough: whatever else may go. Now I am not putting too much into a little word when I insist upon it that the very essence and nerve of what strengthened David, at that supreme moment of desolation, was the conviction that welled up in his heart that, in spite of it all, he had a grip of God’s hand as his very own, and God had hold of him. No. “How comes a professing Christian to be acting as we do?”. Teks -- 1 Samuel 30:6 (TB) Tampilkan Strong. From the covenant which God had made with him—, [God had covenanted with him to give him the throne of Israel; hence he was assured that his life should be spared till this promise was accomplished. David’s answer of peace. "Whedon's Commentary on the Bible". Because the soul of all the people was grieved.] Search using our Online Bible by Topic, Verse Reference or Phrase. "6 Moreover David was greatly distressed because the people spoke of stoning him, for all the people were embittered, each one because of his sons and his daughters” (1 Samuel 30:6a). A. 1. Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Aug 16, 2020. based on 1 rating. shall I overtake?”, 3. Encouraged himself — That is, in this that the all-wise, and all-powerful Lord, was his God by covenant and special promise, and fatherly affection, as he had shewed himself to be in the whole course of his providence towards him. This is what happened now to David at Ziklag, while about the same time Saul, alone and distrustful, fought and fell on the bloody day of Gilboa. "Commentary on 1 Samuel 30:6". BibliographyExell, Joseph S. "Commentary on "1 Samuel 30:6". Copyright StatementThe New John Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible Modernised and adapted for the computer by Larry Pierce of Online Bible. As the chief cause of their calamity, by carrying them all after Achish to no purpose; whereby their city was exposed to the spoil of the enemy. And then when we look up into the heavens thus submissive, thus obedient, thus owning His authority and His rights, as well as claiming His love and His tenderness, and cry: ‘My Father,’ He will bend down and whisper into our hearts: ‘Thou art My beloved son.’ Then we shall be ‘strong, and of a good courage,’ however weak and timid, and we shall be rich, though, like David, we have lost all things. 1 Samuel 30:7 NKJV. Think, too, of the contrast of the thoughts and emotions suggested by ‘My God,’ and by ‘the God of Abraham, and of Isaac, and of Jacob.’ Great as that name is, it carries the mind away back into the past, and speaks of a historical relation in former days, which may or may not continue in all its tenderness and sweetness and power into the prosaic present. (1 Samuel 30:6 NIV) Sometimes life can be like going 15 rounds with boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. Inconstant people! Persistent health problems, chronic pain, and doctor visit after doctor visit with no answers weakens us like a flurry of body blows. Let us then look to Christ, that through him we may find acceptance with God; so shall God be our Friend, our Father, and our “eternal great Reward [Note: Genesis 15:1; John 1:12; 2 Corinthians 6:18. Here is one of the many eloquent “buts” of the Bible. David encouraged himself in the Lord his God! David was greatly distressed, for he had been acting without consulting his God. Does he not, Himself say, “Let him lay hold on My strength?” I remember old Master Quarles has a strange picture of one trying to strike another with a flail, and how does the other escape? Yes. In the darkest moment it is possible for a man to surround himself with God’s light, but even in the brightest it is not possible to do so unless he makes a serious effete. His turbulent followers rose against him, a mutiny broke out-a dangerous thing amongst such a crew-and they were ready to stone him. This shows the English words related to the source biblical texts along with brief definitions. "Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged". 1 Samuel 30:6 Moreover David was greatly distressed because the people spoke of stoning him, for all the people were embittered, each one because of his sons and his daughters. 1 Thessaloniciens 2 Thessaloniciens 1 Timothée 2 Timothée Tite. The sufficiency of this one conviction and assurance. We may also see much of his goodness in our own experience. We have many conspicuous examples of this; for instance, in the lives of Samson and Saul, how, when with weeping and with mourning, they returned to their allegiance, and again leaned on the "Arm," success and victory returned to them. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/mac/1-samuel-30.html. David was greatly distressed — He had reason, not only on his own personal account (1 Samuel 30:5), but on account of the vehement outcry and insurrectionary threats against him for having left the place so defenseless that the families of his men fell an unresisting prey to the enemy. BibliographyWhedon, Daniel. Preposition-l | Noun - proper - masculine singular, David -- perhaps 'beloved one', a son of Jesse, Conjunctive waw | Verb - Qal - Consecutive imperfect - third person feminine singular, Be distressed, be narrow, be straitened in straits, be vexed, A people, a tribe, troops, attendants, a flock, Verb - Qal - Perfect - third person common plural, Preposition-l | Verb - Qal - Infinitive construct | third person masculine singular, A soul, living being, life, self, person, desire, passion, appetite, emotion, Verb - Qal - Perfect - third person feminine singular, Noun - masculine plural construct | third person masculine singular, Noun - feminine plural construct | third person masculine singular, Conjunctive waw | Verb - Hitpael - Consecutive imperfect - third person masculine singular, To fasten upon, to seize, be strong, obstinate, to bind, restrain, conquer, Preposition-b | Noun - proper - masculine singular, LORD -- the proper name of the God of Israel, gods -- the supreme God, magistrates, a superlative.

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