We see the scene of the crucifixion especially clearly in the words, “A company of evildoers encircles me; they have pierced my hands and feet—I can count all my bones—they stare and gloat over me; they divide my garments among them, and for my clothing they cast lots” (vv. All the prosperous of the earth eat and worship; before him shall bow all who go down to the dust” (vv. To you they cried and were rescued; in you they trusted and were not put to shame” (vv. Am I not flesh and blood? The rabbis shortened the last Hebrew letter of the word, and by doing so, changed the word from “Ka’aru”=“they have pierced” to the word “ka’ari” = “like a lion”. They prefer to contradict the Sages than allow the prophecy to apply to Jesus. These are the identical words to what Jesus said on the cross, and it's recorded in Matthew 27. This ardent praise is for the success of the cause of God. Psalm 22:24 (first clause) - A common fear dispelled. There is a reason why they call the Messiah “Son of David”.). Question: "Which psalms predict the coming of Jesus Christ?" 7, 12–13) and that his body is in dreadful pain (vv. 4–5). It constitutes one of the most amazing predictions of all time. Keep them there throughout this study, for we will be looking back and forth, comparing texts. Psalm 22, a Psalm written by King David, is dramatic and unusual in a number of ways. Psalm 22:8—“He trusts in the LORD; let him deliver him . Title. In 2 Samuel 22, David delivers Psalm 18 after being saved from his enemies and Saul. It's a psalm which David wrote, and it clearly prophesies about Jesus' death on the cross, an event which would not take place for hundreds of years. 15: “my strength is dried up like a potsherd, and my tongue sticks to my jaws; you lay me in the dust of death”: I am dried out and powerless, my tongue sticks in my mouth, you laid me on the dust of death. Rather, He was quoting Psalm 22:1. On you was I cast from my birth, and from my mother’s womb you have been my God” (vv. ~ David Praises God. They will do anything in order to keep Jesus a secret from you. Originally the verse read like this: “For dogs encompass me; a company of evildoers encircles me; they have pierced my hands and feet.” Meaning, they made holes in my hands and my feet. Do you understand? Jesus does deliver us by becoming our substitute and the sacrifice for our sins. His suffering was unique at that point as He offered Himself up for the sins of His people. Jesus was not inventing unique words to interpret His suffering. Fix that problem! As we seek to understand Psalm 22 so that we can appropriate it and use it, we need to see in it the direction of the history of the church: first suffering and then glory. We are standing here on holy ground. 6: “But I am a worm and not a man, scorned by mankind and despised by the people”: I am like a worm, my People humiliate me and are ashamed of me. 7: “All who see me mock me; they make mouths at me; they wag their heads”: They look at me and mock me, curse me and reject me. The failure that at the beginning of the psalm seemed certain is now swallowed up in victory. Why are you so far from saving me, from the words of my groaning?”: My God, why do you leave me, why don’t you save me and ignore my cries? In many ways this is the most amazing of all the psalms. (Sam Harris). A messianic psalm of David—He foretells events in the Messiah’s life—The Messiah will say, My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?—They will pierce His hands and feet—He will yet govern among all nations. One doesn't need to know much about Hebrew poetry to recognize that the chapter is structured through familiar musical terms like "Selah" (v. 3, 9, 13) that are common throughout the Psalms. He calls on his brothers to join him in praise: “You who fear the LORD, praise him!” (v. 23). During this time, the Holy One, blessed be He, will say to him: Ephraim, My true Messiah, long ago, ever since the six days of creation, thou didst take this ordeal upon thyself. And you know who else did? But later in this chapter, God raises Him from the dead, He comes back to life and conquers death; just as Jesus rose again on the third day. Great Jewish commentators like Rashi understood that in this chapter David is not only speaking about himself, but about the coming Messiah. His anguish leads him to prayer, and the first words of the prayer are “My God.” Even in his suffering and wondering about the ways of God, he does not let go of his knowledge that God is his God. Your gift enables our worldwide outreach. Psalm 22 begins with the most anguished cry in human history: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” These are the words that Jesus took on His lips at the depth of His suffering on the cross. David was often a "godly sufferer"—one who was about God's business but was suffering at the hands of God's enemies. . I will praise you in the congregation. The Hebrew of Psalm 22:1 reads “eli eli lamah azabthani”. In the second part of this psalm, the mood and tone change dramatically. It must first be noted that Psalms can most certainly be predictive prophecies. Then, David remembers God’s past care in his own personal life: “Yet you are he who took me from the womb; you made me trust you at my mother’s breasts. The pattern is this: The real and inescapable problems of life in this fallen world should lead us to prayer. These very words would be uttered about 1,000 years later by the Son of David, Jesus Christ when he was hanging on the cross. Which may be considered either as … Yet you are enthroned as the Holy One; you are the one Israel praises. While the Jewish commentary tries to explain the meaning of Psalm 22 as pertaining only to David, the sufferings described clearly exceed what David suffered during his life. Psalm 22 is a famous example of Christians referring back to the Hebrew Bible for messianic prophecies. While God uses instruments to accomplish His purposes, the glory is His alone, for it is He who acts through them and ensures their success. Remembering the promises of God will help us to praise Him as we ought. We can say that this is a Psalm sung to the Greatest Musician, to an unknown tune, but by the Sweet Psalmist of Israel. Why are You so far from … 1–21). We also need to see something of a pattern of piety for the church and for the individual Christian. In fact, the Midrash explicitly states that: “it was because of the ordeal of the son of David, that David wept, saying: “My strength is dried up like a potsherd, and my tongue sticks to my jaws; you lay me in the dust of death.” (Ps. But King David’s prophecy about the Messiah sounded “too Christian” so they simply changed a letter in order to change it’s meaning. Did you catch that? Why are you so far from saving me, so far from my … Psalm 22 was written a … Originally, this verse was written as: “Ka’aru My hands and my feet” “Ka’aru”, and not “Ka’ari”. Here is the most intense suffering God’s servant can know—not just that enemies surround him (vv. King David, whose figure is the prototype of the Messiah, prophesied that the people of the Messiah would reject him, mock him, see him as a traitor and cause him to suffer to his death. In the New Testament, Matthew describes what happened: “And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a loud voice, saying, ‘Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?’ that is, ‘My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?’” (Mt. Even while suffering continues in this world, we have seen Christ’s promise realized: “I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it” (Matt. As Calvin wrote, “God begets and multiplies his Church only by means of the word.” Those who have experienced God’s mercy must tell others about it. Is Blood Necessary for Atonement of Sins. Psalm 22 is the prayer of a suffering martyr, who suffers unto death for the sake of his people, and is about salvation and resurrection by God as an answer to prayer. It is no surprise, then, that throughout the Psalms there are numerous references to events and persons in David’s own life. The picture here is not of a brief time of success for the cause of the Lord, but the assurance that the time of suffering will lead to a time of great spreading of the knowledge of God throughout the earth. To him be glory forever. Psalm 22. Whole Psalm. After suffering comes the glory of a worldwide kingdom. The last part doesn’t make sense, right? Jesus revealed that all of Psalm 22 is about him. This Psalm, as it sets out the sufferings of Christ to the full, so also his three great offices. “From him and through him and to him are all things. In Matthew 27:46 we have recorded: from W. Robert Godfrey That his enemies surround him, and so on... Psalms 22:1My God, … Prayer should lead us to remembering and meditation on the promises of God, both those fulfilled in the past and those that we trust will be fulfilled in the future. 9–10). The psalm begins with a section dominated by the agonized prayer of David (vv. v22 I will tell your name to my brothers. As we praise Him, we can continue to face with grace and faith the problems that come daily into our lives. He shouted in Aramaic: “Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?” which means: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”, Both Jesus and Matthew direct us to call to mind Psalm 22. These words were first uttered by David, and David was speaking for all of God’s people. This excerpt is adapted from Learning to Love the Psalms by W. Robert Godfrey. Reading the words of Psalm 22 makes one immediately take notice—David's words were taken, often verbatim, by another "godly sufferer." Does the Bible really endorse slavery (as Sam Harris claims)? Jesus Christ your Lord. For that reason, this psalm ends with this firm certainty: “He has done it” (v. 31). As we begin this study, it will be helpful if you’ll get 4 bookmarks or slips of paper and place one each at Ps 22, Matt 27, Mark 15, & Luke 23. Answer: The book of Psalms is a collection of inspired songs used in worship of God, and many of them foretell the coming of the Messiah and predict events that were fulfilled in the life of Jesus Christ. Psalm 22 speaks of a man who cries out to God for deliverance from intense persecution. The Ligonier Ministries site requires Javascript, but you’ve got Javascript disabled. In Latin, it is known as "Deus, Deus meus". David is expressing in the first place his own experience of feeling abandoned by God. Well the thing is that this isn’t what King David really wrote, but a later change that the rabbis made to the text. My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me? We see David’s hope also in the earnestness of his prayer for present relief. 27:46). PSALM 22 OVERVIEW. A Psalm of David. We wonder how our loving heavenly Father can stand idly by when we are in such distress. Yet in it David sings as more than an artist, but as one of the greatest prophets ever to speak, pointing more to his Greater Son, Jesus the Messiah, than even to himself. Jesus also is the speaker in verse 22, as we are told in Hebrews 2:12 (this citation shows again how fully the New Testament sees Jesus speaking in the Psalter). This includes the words from the Psalm mentioned at the start of this message. Jesus addressed the crowd in their spoken language, in Aramaic, so that they would hear and understand. How much can my limbs suffer? Do you think we just invented all of this? The psalm forms a regular p Posted March 28, 2018 by Steve Cowart Uncategorized.. It’s All About Jesus. The greater David, Jesus Messiah, was delivered out of death by his resurrection. . According to this Rabbinic Midrash, King David described the future suffering and death of Messiah Son of David in this Psalm. By quoting the opening line of David’s psalm, Jesus revealed to those present at his crucifixion and to all who would later hear of and read about his death that every line of Psalm 22 is about the Messiah. He knew He was fulfilling what David said a thousand years before the event. In total, twenty-five different psalms (one out of every six psalms) include at least one messianic prophecy. Psalm 22:1a. Seeing Jesus in the Psalms Psalm 2, 16, 22, 110. Ka’aru in biblical Hebrew means “to make a hole” while Ka’ari means “like a lion”. Psalm 22 was written by David around 1000 BC. 14–16), but that he feels that God does not hear him and does not care about his suffering. 13: “they open wide their mouths at me, like a ravening and roaring lion”: Like a predator lion, they yell at me. In other words, Jesus wasn’t asking God for help, but he was deliberately quoting King David’s words in Psalm 22. ONE FOR ISRAEL is an initiative of native-born Israelis on the forefront of high-tech media evangelism, proclaiming salvation to Israel, raising up spiritual leaders through ONE FOR ISRAEL’s Bible College and equipping them with the tools they need to transform our communities. Amen” (Rom. He knows that God can help, and he turns to God as the only one who will help: “But you, O LORD, do not be far off! This success will not just be personal or individual but will be worldwide. It has hyperbole or exaggeration about David that finds expression about the greater David, Messiah. This of course, didn’t suit the rabbis, so they decided, about 1,000 years ago, to change that one Hebrew letter. How much my breath before it ceases? What are they so afraid of, you might wonder? Actually, Matthew gives the answer to Rabbi Mizrachi’s claim when he says, “Jesus cried out with a loud voice”… Jesus was not addressing God, but was shouting so that the crowd could hear him. At the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice, "My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?" in all its fullness to as many people as possible. "To the chief Musician upon Aijeleth Shahar. "Arabs are the enemy". He remembers God’s past faithfulness in Israel’s history: “In you our fathers trusted; they trusted, and you delivered them. These are the very words that King David wrote at the beginning of Psalm 22. Then he will cry and weep, and his voice will rise to the very height of heaven, and he will say to God: Master of the universe, how much can my strength endure? The psalmist, indeed, proclaims the name of God, particularly in terms of His saving mercy: “For he has not despised or abhorred the affliction of the afflicted, and he has not hidden his face from him, but has heard, when he cried to him” (v. 24). Even in His last hours Jesus continued with this teaching tool that also served the purpose of acknowledging the fact that He was the true Messiah, fulfilling every single prophecy about Himself from the Old Testament. Agonized prayer turns to ardent praise. King David, who wrote Psalm 22 under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, saw that one of his Jewish descendants would suffer like him, and even much more. Here are a few reasons why…, Rashi says about Psalm 22: “‘Lema sabachthani?’ They are destined to go into exile, and David recited this prayer for the future.” He says that about verse 2 and he also attributes verse 27 to “the time of our redemption in the days of our Messiah.”, The famous Midrash from the eighth-century, Pesikta Rabbati, places some of the words of Psalm 22 on the lips of the suffering Messiah. However, modern rabbis, like Rabbi Tovia Singer, Rabbi Yosi Mizrachi and Rabbi Daniel Asor (who are known for their hatred toward Messianic Jews) decided to re-interpret this section… According to them, David simply spoke about himself… Not about the future, and not about the Messiah. AWAKEN ISRAEL TO THE HOPE OF MESSIAH: Help with our end of year need! The prophetical office of Christ, from verse 22 to verse 25. He is the active One who ultimately gives victory to His cause. The mission, passion and purpose of Ligonier Ministries is to proclaim the holiness of God The scriptures should vanquish any question we have as to whether this is referring to the Christ. Jesus knew this psalm and quoted its first words to identify with us in our suffering, since He bore on the cross our agony and suffering. These scrolls were written long before the time of Jesus. (1-2) The cry of the forsaken. In the Dead Sea Scrolls, scrolls from over 2,200 ago, that contain Psalm 22 among other scriptures, we can see that in this chapter, in verse 16, it says “Ka’aru” (they have pierced), and not “Ka’ari” (like a lion). "Slavery is endorsed in the Bible, it's explicitly endorsed in the Old Testament." for He delights in him.” In Psalm 22 the … You've got to keep that in mind. Such proclamation is vital to the mission of God in the world. We must never stop praying, even in our deepest distress. It is also specifically addressed to the choir director to be perf… This success is the Lord’s doing, “for kingship belongs to the Lord, and he rules over the nations” (v. 28). III. He even taught that in the month of Nisan our Patriarchs will arise and say of the Messiah: “Ephraim, our true Messiah, even though we’re thy forbears, thou art greater than we because thou didst suffer for the iniquities of our children, and terrible ordeals befell thee that did not befell the firsts or the lasts.” (Pesikta Rabbati 37:1) And he said: and thine eyes grew dim from fasting, and thy strength was dried up like a potsherd, all these afflictions on account of the iniquities of our children.” (Pesikta Rabbati 37:1). The Psalm of the Crucifixion. Rather, He was quoting Psalm 22:1. My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? A Psalm of David." Christian commentary on Psalm 22 differs from the Jewish commentary. “During the seven year period preceding the coming of the son of David, iron beams will be brought low and loaded upon his neck until the Messiah’s body is bent low. To the tune of “The Doe of the Morning.” A psalm of David. That which is foretold about his vows (verse 25), hath respect to his priestly function. There is quite a bit of debate whether this psalm refers to the Christ or not. At this moment, thy pain is like my pain. Psalm 22 is the 22nd psalm of the Book of Psalms, generally known in English by its first verse, in the King James Version, "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" It is amazing to me that there is even such a discussion. Rabbi Yosi Mizrachi believes that Jesus begged God to save him, but that is not quite what Matthew described. Let’s look at Psalm 22. 2:14). Jesus’ life ends disappointedly, whereas the psalmist, after metaphorically describing his trials and tribulations, concludes on a … This entire description sounds too much like Jesus crucified on the cross, after he was rejected and tortured. 16–18). We encourage you to sit down and read the entire chapter, but pay attention to some of the key verses in the chapter, in which King David, who died of old age in the arms of Abishag, describes the future death of the Messiah; a death full of rejection, torture and humiliation: 1: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Psalm 22 - For the worship leader. But in His suffering and death, the Messiah would take upon Himself the punishment and suffering that we deserve. When Rabbi Akiva coined the phrase: “Tradition is a fence to the Torah”, it’s doubtful he imagined how the rabbinic tradition of the so-called... Because the best way to bless Israel is with Yeshua (Jesus)! Psalm 22 I've been looking at the connection between David and Jesus, and Psalm 22 is a pretty massive connection! For example, David's hands and feet were never "pierced" (Psalm 22:16), and nobody "cast lots" (Psalm 22:18) for David's clothes. I. … Son of David: King David, who wrote Psalm 22 under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, predicted that the Messiah – who would be his descendant – would suffer, be rejected and killed. And now comes the climax, pay attention to verse 16: “For dogs encompass me; a company of evildoers encircles me; Like a lion my hands and feet.”. And surely, since the time of Pentecost, we have seen the fulfillment of this promise. A fitting object - "of thee." In this Psalm, we find the author lamenting that God has forsaken him and doesn't help him. Psalm 22:23 - Glory to God the fruit of the tree on which Jesus died. Also the Septuagint, which was written by Jewish scribes during the 3rd century BC – before Jesus, the word is “Ka’aru” (they have pierced) and not “Ka’ari” (like a lion). At these words, the Messiah will reply: Master of the universe ‘Now I am reconciled. 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