This Psalm is the record of Moses feelings when he saw the people dying in the wilderness, and it ought not to be read as exactly descriptive of the feelings of godly men, whose death is not a judgment of God’s wrath, but a falling asleep in God’s arms, that they may depart out of this present evil world to be where Jesus is.
A Prayer of Moses the Man of God
We wander in tents, but, like our fathers, we dwell in thee. Sweet thought, in every age God is the home of his people.
Though men. die, Thou ever livest; though nature itself expire, Thou art the same.
One word from thee is enough. When thy fiat has gone forth, the spirits of men return to thee.
What are ages to eternity? The drop is more in relation…
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