Let’s begin lesson 3 with a look at Psalm 19: 1-7 NKJ…
The heavens declare the glory of God; And the firmament shows His handiwork. Day unto day utters speech, And night unto night reveals knowledge….( These Scriptures say that the stars speak, and they are full of knowledge.)
There is no speech nor language where ‘their voice’ is not heard…( This scripture is saying that no matter what your language, if you desire, you can understand the deep secrets of the stars…& that there is really no denying them.) Their line has gone out through all the earth. And ‘their words‘ to the end of the world. In them He has set a tabernacle for the sun.Which is like a bridegroom coming out of his chamber, and rejoices like a strongman to run its race…(the bridegroom appears shining and as happy as the sun)… Its rising is from one end of heaven, and it’s circuit to the other end; And there is nothing hidden from its heat. The law of the Lord is perfect converting the soul…[ The above is the Perfect Revelation of the Lord.]…( There is a school of thought that the stars are a witness to the Creative and Redemptive power of God…. because they tell the story of mankind ( the struggle between Good and Evil) and God’s Redemption in the Coming One, namely Jesus….[ so that man is really without excuse concerning the salvation of God]
In verses 1–7… the structure line emphasizes the elaboration of the design: in the first half of this Psalm, verses 1 through 7… all terms are literary….in the latter half of psalm 19 the terms are astronomical, thus welding the two portions of the psalm into one harmonious whole.
Comments: I hope everyone is finding this Psalm as absolutely beautiful as I am… God has left a witness… the Stars stretched out across the sky is a beautiful Witness… could it be that God is more powerful glorious and beyond our wildest imaginations?… this Pilgrim says a hearty ‘yes’…. part 4 coming soon… visit me at my blog…littleraventhepoet.blog… and hats off to the great E.W. Bullinger… and his great work the Companion Study Bible… interjections by me as I am inspired…Sincerely, Frank Payton.