The repentance of David was the repentance of a fallen child of God. But in all sin is the parent of the sorrow, sorrow is the parent of the joy, and joy is the parent of holiness. Grace and the God of grace are the same yesterday, to-day, and for ever, ‘all in all.’, ‘I would cherish the sense of sin’s ugliness. 2 Rois 22:19Parce que ton coeur a Ã©tÃ© touchÃ©, parce que tu t'es humiliÃ© devant l'Eternel en entendant ce que j'ai prononcÃ© contre ce lieu et contre ses habitants, qui seront un objet d'Ã©pouvante et de malÃ©diction, et parce que tu as dÃ©chirÃ© tes vÃªtements et que tu as pleurÃ© devant moi, moi aussi, j'ai entendu, dit l'Eternel. 19 Then shalt thou be pleased with the sacrifices of righteousness, with burnt offering and whole burnt offering: then shall they offer bullocks upon thine altar. Psalm 51:17 "The sacrifices of God [are] a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise." 73). In verses 4-5, it's saying that people who don't live well - who are ungodly - will not be saved. Psaumes 51.17. aie pitié de moi dans ta bonté; Selon ta grande miséricorde, efface mes transgressions; Lave-moi complètement de mon... Read verse in Louis Segond 1910 (French) The sacrifices: this is instead of or of more value than many sacrifices. Psaumes 51.17. In order to exclude every idea of a pretended satisfaction, David represents contrition of heart as comprehending in itself the whole sum of acceptable sacrifices. Les sacrifices agréables à Dieu, C’EST UN ESPRIT BRISÉ. Such a heart as lieth low, and heareth all that God saith; such a sacrifice or service as is laid on the low altar of a contrite heart, which sanctifieth the sacrifice (Mr Abbot); such a person as with a self-condemning, self-crucifying, and sin-mortifying heart, humbly and yet believingly maketh out for mercy and pardon in the blood of Christ, this, this is the man that God expects, accepts, and makes great account of. I. The work begins in personal consecration. This is opposed to that hard or stony heart, of which we read so oft, which signifies a heart insensible of the burden of sin, stubborn and rebellious against God, imminent and incorrigible. The history of the Ninevites stands out with this signalising mark, that our Lord Himself adduced it as the very standard of true repentance, by which others at the last great day shall be measured and condemned. Psaumes 51:16 O Dieu, toi le Dieu qui me libères, viens me délivrer du poids de mon crime, alors, par mes chants, je proclamerai ton salut. Avant le pardon, David avait les lèvres fermées. Mark the connection between true personal holiness and true worldwide benevolence. The difference between good and bad men in Holy Scripture may be said to consist in this: whether they have or have not "a broken and a contrite spirit;" the degrees of their acceptance with God seem to depend on this; and in consequence we! 2 Chroniques 33:12,13 14 (51:16) Pa kite yo tire revanj sou mwen, Bondye, se ou k'ap sove lavi m'. "Against Thee, Thee only, have I sinned," etc. Le fait qu'un homme en vue, comme l'était David, ne s'est pas contenté d'une humiliation secrète, mais a voulu que sa prière devînt publique, en en faisant le sujet d'un cantique destiné, à être chanté dans les solennités religieuses, montre la réalité et la profondeur de sa repentance. He has suffered from it Himself. And the effect of a careless, thoughtless, sinful life, and indeed of every sin, is to close the eyes, so that we cannot see, and the ears, that we cannot hear. Psaume 51:10 Interlinéaire • Psaume 51:10 Multilingue • Salmos 51:10 Espagnol • Psaume 51:10 Français • Psalm 51:10 Allemand • Psaume 51:10 Chinois • Psalm 51:10 Anglais • Bible Apps • Bible Hub Version Louis Segond 1910 La Bible David Martin 1744 … The history of the Ninevites stands out with this signalising mark, that our Lord Himself adduced it as the very standard of true repentance, by which others at the last great day shall be measured and condemned. IV. âIf the contrite heart,â it may be said, âhold a higher place in the estimation of God than all sacrifices, does it not follow that we acquire pardon by our penitence, and that thus it ceases to be gratuitous?â In reply to this, I might observe, that David is not speaking at this time of the meritorious condition by which pardon is procured, but, on the contrary, asserting our absolute destitution of merit by enjoining humiliation and contrition of spirit, in opposition to everything like an attempt to render a compensation to God. 17 Sacrifice to God is a broken spirit, a broken, contrite heart you never scorn. The broken heart. Garbett, The Soul's Life, p. no; Bishop Temple, Rugby Sermons, 3rd series, p. 99; J. E. Vaux, Sermon Notes, 1st series, p. 40; R. M. McCheyne, Memoir and Remains, p. 393. Ð¸ÑÐ°ÐµÑ. It is certain that the Holy Spirit will depart from those who reject Him; that it is He who darkens the eyes, and shuts up the ears, and hardens the heart. Bring but a broken heart, and God will receive you graciously, pouring the oil of his grace into your broken vessels, This comforted Bernard on his deathbed, he died with this sentence in his mouth. (51:3) O Dieu! Un acte de la grâce divine peut seul le purifier et le renouveler. Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, and done this evil in thy sight: that thou mightest be … David's words all come, as it were, from the centre of his being. "For I acknowledge my transgressions." The sacrifices of God, &c.— The sacrifices of God are either, such as were fit to be offered to God in consequence of such grievous offences as David had committed, or such as God would regard, or as could be in any degree available to secure his forgiveness through the alone merit of the great Atonement. Compare Isaiah 57:16; Isaiah 66:2. not despise. It is emphatically and exclusively his own. P. Stanley, Sermons on Special Occasions, p. 328. Psalm 51:17 "The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit—a broken and a contrite heart, O God, you will not despise." When the broken heart makes confession, it does so in the plainest language possible. Psalm 51:17. (9) A broken heart is an agonised heart. Psalms 51:1-17 NIV. I cannot omit even Mr. Boyle's remarks upon this head: "David's amour with the wife of Uriah," says he, "and the orders he gave to destroy her husband, are two most enormous crimes; but he was so grieved for them, and shewed forth so admirable a repentance, that this is not the passage in his life wherein he contributes the least to the instruction and education of the faithful. I praise God for Him.’. Psaume de David. Amos 5:21Je hais, je mÃ©prise vos fÃªtes, Je ne puis sentir vos assemblÃ©es. 3 Si tu sondes mon coeur, si tu le visites la nuit, Si tu m'éprouves, tu ne trouveras rien: Ma pensée n'est pas autre que ce qui sort de ma bouche. 50 Psaume d'Asaph. ", John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible, Commentary by J.C.Philpot on select texts of the Bible. (Louis Segond 1910 - French Holy Bible) Popular Articles 6 Ways to Store Up Treasures in Heaven Ruth Clemence How and Why Should I Pray for Leaders? The heart that feels the burden of, sin, that suffers under temptation, that groans beneath Satan"s fiery assaults, that bleeds under the wounds inflicted by committed evil, is broken and contrite. Luc 18:11-14Le pharisien, debout, priait ainsi en lui-mÃªme: O Dieu, je te rends grÃ¢ces de ce que je ne suis pas comme le reste des hommes, qui sont ravisseurs, injustes, adultÃ¨res, ou mÃªme comme ce publicain;…. The plural number is used in the verse to express more forcibly the truth, that the sacrifice of repentance is enough in itself without any other. Psalms 51:17 The sacrifices of God [are] a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise. Have mercy on me, O God, according to your unfailing love; according to your great compassion blot out my transgressions. Broken spirit means "to be overwhelmed with sorrow. II. shall find in those who are most of all approved some expression that implies this temper. Commentary on Psalm 51:7-15 (Read Psalm 51:7-15) Purge me with hyssop, with the blood of Christ applied to my soul by a lively faith, as the water of purification was sprinkled with a bunch of hyssop. 51:14-17 This strophe continues the thought of 1. deliver — BDB 664, KB 717, Hiphil imperative , the psalmist was sinful and needed to be forgiven. Psaume de David. Lorsque Nathan, le prophète, vint à lui, après que David fut allé vers Bath-Schéba. Voici sur qui je porterai mes regards: Sur celui qui souffre et qui a l'esprit abattu, Sur celui qui craint ma parole. Psaume 51:17 French: Louis Segond (1910) Les sacrifices qui sont agréables à Dieu, c'est un esprit brisé: O Dieu! Psaume 51:17 Psaume 51 Psaume 51:19. 7 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Confession is in reality a multitudinous act; it is many acts in one; it is a convergence of right judgment, right feeling, and right action. Psaumes 50-51 Louis Segond (LSG). Wash away all my iniquity and cleanse me from my sin. Matthieu 5:3Heureux les pauvres en esprit, car le royaume des cieux est Ã eux! Yahweh, entends la justice, écoute mon cri; prête l'oreille à ma prière, qui n'est pas proférée par des lèvres trompeuses. 8 Make me to hear joy and gladness; that the bones which thou hast broken may rejoice. Psaumes 51.1 Au maître chantre . 18 # [Ps. The repentance of David was the repentance of a fallen child of God. That this should be represented by David as constituting all which God desires in the shape of sacrifice, need not excite our surprise. The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit] i.e. Mary was saved at Jesus' feet, Peter by a look from Jesus' eye. I. He does not exclude faith, he does not condescend upon any nice division of true penitence into its several parts, but asserts in general, that the only way of obtaining the favor of God is by prostrating ourselves with a wounded heart at the feet of his Divine mercy, and supplicating his grace with ingenuous confessions of our own helplessness. "The sacrifices of God are a broken spiritâa broken and a contrite heart, O God, you will not despise." IV. Luc 7:39-50Le pharisien qui l'avait invitÃ©, voyant cela, dit en lui-mÃªme: Si cet homme Ã©tait prophÃ¨te, il connaÃ®trait qui et de quelle espÃ¨ce est la femme qui le touche, il connaÃ®trait que c'est une pÃ©cheresse.…, Luc 15:2-7,10,21-32Et les pharisiens et les scribes murmuraient, disant: Cet homme accueille des gens de mauvaise vie, et mange avec eux.…. ouvre mes lèvres, Et ma bouche publiera ta louange. But here a difficulty may be started. 15 (51:17) Seyè mwen, mete pawòl nan bouch mwen pou m' ka fè lwanj ou. V. Up to the twelfth verse the Psalmist confines his intercessions to subjects which relate immediately to his own spiritual condition; but in ver. II. For I know my transgressions, and my sin is always before me. The Louis Segond 1910 is in the public domain. We have His royal word for it. (1) A broken heart is one which renounces all idea of merit and seeks alone for mercy. The case of Manasseh, the son of Hezekiah, was as dissimilar to that of David as it is possible for the manifestation of the same grace to be in two places. sacrifices. The very ease and indifference with which we are apt to hear, and see, and act affords us a reasonable cause for apprehension.