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Not to Worry: Part 1

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October 29, 2021 8:00 am

Not to Worry: Part 1

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October 29, 2021 8:00 am

It can be hard to wait on God when we see evil all around, and the wicked seem to go unpunished. But if we look up to God and look ahead to the fulfillment of His promises, we can be sure that God won’t forget. Today on The Bible Study Hour, we’re studying the first half of Psalm 37, where David is comparing the way of wickedness and the way of righteousness. We’re reminded to fix our eyes on God, and to take the long view. The Lord has promised to sustain the righteous, and deal with the wicked in His time.

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Look up and look ahead today on the Bible study our we're examining the first half of Psalm 37 where David is comparing the way of wickedness in the way of righteousness, we are reminded to fix our eyes on God and to take the long view. The Lord has promised to sustain the righteous and deal with the wicked in his time.

Welcome to the Bible study our radio and Internet broadcast with Dr. James Boyce preparing you to think and act biblically can be hard to wait on God when we see evil all around and the wicked seem to go unpunished. But if we look up to God and look ahead to the fulfillment of his promises. We can be sure that God won't forget to grab your Bible now and turn to Psalm 37 verses one through 21 of the principles that guides a study of the Bible inferior part of it is progressive revelation.

What that means is that doctrine will be introduced in early portion of the Bible but not fully explain the we got the explanation increasingly as we move along. So later portions of the Bible, throw light on what comes earlier. One example that would be the doctrine of the afterlife. I find in the Old Testament that there are places in which the Old Testament saints anticipated a life with God after death.

But you have to admit, that's not a strong theme and it's not fully developed.

It's not until after the death and resurrection of Christ, of those things are unfolding more completely. Or you can take the matter of the atonement itself. Atonement is taught in the Old Testament, in part, from the earliest times, but not as completely as later and therefore were right to say that the Old Testament saints. Look forward to a deliverer, but they probably didn't understand the full ramifications of what Jesus Christ was to do require the revelation of God in history, and the interpretation of that by the apostles of the Holy Spirit spoke through them for us to understand it fully.

That's what aggressive revelation means. Now that's not surprising. The surprising thing is that sometimes it happens the other way around. I mean by that is sometimes a New Testament text is explained in the Old Testament so you find Old Testament exposition of what is not fully expositor the maneuver known example of that is this all you notice the 11th verse of the Psalm you have a reference to the meet the meek will inherit the land of the earth.

Now that's one of the Beatitudes.

As a matter fact that's where Jesus Christ got you look in the fifth chapter of Matthew in the fifth verse you will find where the Jesus talks in the midst of the Beatitudes about this very thing. The meek will inherit the earth. $0.20 but doesn't explain it.

There is matter fact you don't find much explanation of what it means to be meek, specifically anywhere in the New Testament, but that's what the Psalm does. Here's a case in which the Old Testament really unfolds something that we find in the new. It's an interesting Psalm. It's an acrostic again. We've seen a number of those Psalms line in town together made up an acrostic that is a Psalm in which successive verses begin with successive letters of the Hebrew alphabet.

I was probably done as an aid to helping people memorize it, you can always remember what verse came second because it began with a B in the verse that came third began with a C salon we've seen.

Psalm 25 Psalm 34. Those were acrostic. This is the fourth in the series and then got Psalm 111, 112, 119 very near the end. Psalm 145 is another acrostic poem.

This song is very well-known as we read through and I'm sure the versus ring true in your mind. Some of you will memorize these verses like yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart. The Christian memorize that find it encouraging, commit your way to the Lord trusted him. He will do it. That's another one and are better little of the righteous have than the wealth of many wicked or I suppose this when were going to come to it next week.

I was young and now I am old, yet I have never seen the righteous forsaken or their children begging bread is a well-known popular verses that maybe others that you find particularly helpful hard to outline this song.

It's always hard to outline the acrostic Psalms because the structure is determined by the author that so they seem at times to be mostly a string of proverbial kind of sayings the way many chapters of the book of Proverbs seem to be put together and that maybe forcing an outline upon it to try and treat it in any other way. As I look at it. It seems to me that there are certain emphases that emerge different portions of the Psalm, and it does suggest an outline would go like this. You make notes that may suggest this is a possibility first 11 verses really belong together. I think there's not much question about that.

They describe the quiet spirit, spirit of quiet trust in God. In the end with the beatitude. Meek shall inherit the earth.

They are the best exposition of what that phrase meek shall inherit the earth really means when you have a second section which describes the way of the wicked.

That's what I would call it verses 12 through 23rd section, the ways of the righteous and the ways the wicked contrasted vibe act and the one of the Psalms, verses 21 to 26. Find an old man's's counsel to the young following that verse I read a moment ago.

Verses 27 through 33, and then finally an emphasis upon taking the long view. Versus 3440 only problem with that outline is that you find many of the things that I've identified as being an emphasis of one particular section and other sections to you don't find helpful. Discard the outline and make your own, but it is a guide, I think, to help us through it. What were going to do is look at the first two sections of that five-part outline in this study verses one through 20 and then were going to look at the last three sections. Verses 21 through 40 in our second study.

Now the theme of the first part is set right at the beginning. It's a strong note is emphasized and is this, do not fret because of evil men or be envious of those who do wrong verse.

Interestingly enough, is repeated in Proverbs 7 Proverbs 24 verse 19 and it has echoes and other places and it's emphasized here that phrase do not fret which Psalm begins occurs again in verse seven do not fret when men succeed in their ways and again in verse eight. Do not fret, it leads only to evil so obviously that's why these first verses are about the Hebrew behind that is interesting. It really means don't get heated and the reason I mention that is because we think along those lines ourselves and have expressions like that, we would say don't get all hot and bothered over it say that would be a colloquial expression comes pretty close to the Hebrew or don't get all worked up or if we put on the other side positively rather than negatively. Was it be cool I think when you translate into very colloquial language and you always knew something I don't think what David is saying here is exactly be cool because all the way we use it means don't get excited about anything. It doesn't matter name is not saying that they was very concerned that one reason why is writing a song and it does matter matters of the Lord is one thing is going to say to us, but he is saying something that we can identify with wheat we get so worked in band ways over things. It's unproductive and what he saying here is that we have to learn to trust God to lay the concerns before him, knowing that he's more concerned about the injustices of the world that we can possibly be because it is what is going to talk about later on in the Psalm is going to talk about the wicked in the ways of the wicked and the fact that the wicked take advantage of the righteous is going to say that's what you have to leave with God. I think it's worth asking the question, how do you do that one thing to say is called down and leave it to the Lord. How do you do that if you have any conscience or concern of all they don't care. Well, that's fine. You don't care about anything. That is what it's talking about of you do care when people take advantage of the innocent.

You should care when you get worked up in something like that you're really leave it with the Lord little later on. Here is going to say the meek will inherit the land, but when we look at it. It seems like it's the wicked and inherent at least they get there fair share or more and they take what they get from other people wheat we say nice guys finish last. How can you not get worked up heated when you see that all about you when you do that, we see it. That's what our culture is like you only have to look out the window it's going on. Well, that's what they were talking about gives us an answer uses are number things we have to do a numbing put it into categories. First, he says we have to look up and secondly says we have to look ahead. When I say he says look up what he means is we have to get our minds off the wicked and on the God and even more, we have to get our minds off ourselves and on the God doesn't mean we won't be concerned because God is concerned, but it is going to change the whole perspective because now we're going to see what happens not as being irrational and uncollectible violence, but were going to see that God himself is going to order it in his time, but his own good, and he certainly is going to judge the wicked. So he says get your eyes off things up to God and begin to take your perspective from their mothers. A number things he tells us to do. And these things are probably the best-known verses of the song he says in verse three.

Trust in the Lord and do good.

He says in verse four.

Delight yourself in the Lord says in verse five, commit your way to the Lord is in verse seven we still before the Lord and finally in verse eight he says refrain from anger.

I think about each of those very all Telus Howard to look up trust in the Lord. What that means is faith.

That's the proper starting point trust is faith means that were to have faith in God and trust him. But notice faith is always coupled with good works. That's what's the unique thing about the biblical perspective say nobody would ever thought this up.

If this were human religion we would either say trust God and don't worry. Don't do anything or we so you have to do it by yourself like trust God. The Bible always combines the two have faith in God, but do good works is what the society. So when you get your eyes off the wicked and on the God is mean that you cease to do anything but you do good works as he's directing. That means your thinking your acting, your programs are going to be guided by the word of God. Trust in the Lord and do good is the teaching I talk about faith and I do it many times I repeated because I think there's a great deal of misunderstanding about faith today always say were justified by faith alone were justified by faith.

Justification is the only thing that happens is no justification without regeneration means that we have a new life in us because we have a new life within the we believe in the first place.gives new understanding and out of the new understanding we respond. Trust in God because we have the new life are going to behave in a way consistent with that new life and that we don't behave in a way consistent with that new life we don't have that new life regardless of what we profess is safe by mere profession can stand up in the testimony meeting and say all the wonderful things that they believe they don't live that way doesn't mean anything at all.

Real faith produces action way has been talked about in theology is by the Latin word's motifs. He producing and synthesis. No teaching has to do with content. It's like putting up a notice information and faith has to do with information content. You don't believe nothing you believe certain doctrines truths about God and that census is consents to an agreement with his information, but now you look at is that's right. I agree with that second stage is where it touches you personally. Then there's the third stage, the most important of all, I do see we got our word faith related to it from the word what it really means is commitment that which we now understand, be true. That's what this verse is saying you know about God because the teaching is there. You consented to it mentally, but not trusting them because God is a God and can be trusted. That's the first thing secondly they were says delight yourself in the Lord. One of the reasons why nonbelievers won't, chief reason why nonbelievers won't come to God is that they don't think God is someone in who they candlelight you know it's it's a great step forward in our Christian life. When we begin to realize something about the nature of sin say sometimes when were first saved us and that we don't understand that God's work in our lives actually change so that we different people and that's why we respond we find the gospel so exciting wittingly just go tell anybody about it and anybody will believe.

Of course, because it is a wonderful message at such good news and we do, we can understand why they don't respond well. The reason is that they have an unregenerate nature and you talk about God benevolent God, I mean God is kind of individual they think of as being repressive, laying down all those rules of things you shouldn't do it when they come to that God is they don't do this, don't do this, this don't have any fun and I don't want that kind of God.

All that's why we have difficulty witnessing. That's what you have to pray that God will change the heart to see God doesn't regenerate our messages hopeless, but it's through the message that he regenerates you see when you come to God you find that it's entirely the other way around.

The God to whom we come as a delightful God. I would screw.

He's not a God to trifle with is not a buddy he is a sovereign, all wise, awesome, holy God trifle with a God like that you don't treat them lightly. Nevertheless, the better you get to know in the more delightful you find them to be one reason why so many Christians don't find God delightful is that they really don't know the reason I don't know is I don't spend any time with them and what that really means is they don't study the Bible because it's in the Bible to find out what God is like Seaview spend time studying the Bible and especially getting the words of the Bible into your head so you begin to think in those categories rather than the categories are being forced upon us all the time by the world by the repetition of dull, mindless repetition. We hear on television and in otherwise well then your mind will become a Christian line, you begin to realize what God is like and your season is wonderful this wonderful at the most basic thing in existence. In all reality the whole universe is God who is a merciful, loving and gracious God, and you find yourself getting delight in such want to experience something just a little while in the Christian life.

Before you begin to understand how delightful God really is times like that in your study. You should have learned to spend time with God and find to be true is a promise attached with this says delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart. What is that mean does it mean you delight in God who gave you any stupid thing you ask for me that all what what will you be desiring if you're delighting in the Lord let you be desiring to see and what diverse means is that if you delight in God to give you himself great promise you will withhold himself on site. Now you wait in line like at the supermarket are waiting for food stamps and I get to you in time. None of you if you delight in him you'll find God going out of his way to give himself to you because God delights to share himself with his people is the third thing, commit your way to the Lord. The idea of commitment is involved in faith and so we might look at that fifth verse of several that's only repeating what in verse three, 101 since it may be, but obviously is going beyond it and so we say what is involved here. Have faith in Paul's commitment on is David actually talking about when he says commit your way to the Lord in verse five. Here's a case in which it helps to know what the Hebrew says the Hebrew verb. There is such a way verb that suggests the mental idea.

It says well your way on the Lord. One of the commentators says that literally means you got a bird menu does roll off your shoulders on the God.

That's what it's saying and that's what Peter was saying in his first letter I think is chapter 5 verse seven he says cast all your care upon him for he cares for you.

I think that's where Peter got it is a says you are carrying a lot of burdens your life and one of them is if you're bothered by all these things, a David is going to be talking about in the song are all agitated about in your all worked up only says if you trust the Lord and are delighting in him. The next step is to learn to put those burdens on the Lord work and carry them burdens don't bow him down and break his back into what your burdens on him find that is able to bear them able to bear them for you. Verse seven says be still before the Lord and wait patiently for him. One of my favorite quotations from classical literature is from Blaise Pascal great French writer and thinker. Christian apologist. His works were not preserving the final form because he didn't live long enough to actually put it together but there called the Fox pense and in one section of the Pascal's pense says the trouble of the world is that people don't know how to sit in their room and be still. I think it's neat. Everybody's always causing trouble is what by scholars.

I was aspiring for something, or any business aspiring Lord.

So as counselors need to learn to sit your room and be still.

But with all due respect to Prescott what David is saying here in the song actually goes beyond that he string secret is not merely to be still to be still before the Lord and that is to be waiting patiently for him. You see the difference in all the agitation out there in the world. And if you're not thinking is a Christian yes I will. I'm just not gonna bother about that.

That's is more than I can handle. I am just just go inside of close shutters, be still. Well, it's a response that will isolate you from what's going on. That's not the Christian response to the response is to come before the Lord wait before him cast your burden on him, and then wait to see what God will do and because you're also told not only to trust in the Lord to do good. Perhaps you going to do something through you to actually help us as he is quite a different thing. But then you go back to the situation with quite a different frame of mind before you were out there by yourself are you been with the Lord to see and so you go in the strength of the Lord and trusting the Lord to accomplish what he will. That's what they would say that in the eighth verse.

The last thing refrain from anger and turn from wrath, don't fret.

It only leads to evil is easy to be angry, but what he says here is that that's not the way the job gets done.

Refrain from anger and trust God now going to go on to the next section here. The next section tells us that instead of only looking up to God were also to look ahead to see what he will do and what it says is that if we look ahead, that is, take the long view. We're going to find that evil men are going to be cut off wicked will be no more.

But the meek will inherit land now that framework. Let me give an illustration example of meekness from the Old Testament breaking into this, you say there's a chapter in the book of Numbers switches dealing with Moses in an incident in Moses life in which it says Moses was the meekest.

Our translation says most humble man who ever lived. Nobody is meeker as humble as Moses upon the face of the earth reason I turn to that story is that it becomes an illustration of meekness that's described here in the verses we been studying what is a story about well, it's this Moses had left Egypt when he had to flee early in his life and he had gone to Midian, where he had married a woman named Zephyr of the son of the priest of Midian was a Semite and she fit right in with his family, but by the time of the story described in this chapter numbers of 12 chapters a for a had died and Moses had married another wife who is described as a Cushite. Now push you have to understand something about this push was the agent name for Ethiopia and what that means is that his wife was black.

All that was something that bothered us immediate family or siblings.

Erin didn't like it at Miriam, especially her sister didn't like it and so it became the occasion of a revolt against Moses. They said things like this. I said is God only spoken to Moses present got also spoken through us and they were trying to instigate a little revolt there among the people. But the real causes that they thought that somehow their family had been selling because Moses married a black woman I God didn't like it and God called them to meet with them before the tent of the meeting was pitched outside the camp.

God would come down in the form of a pillar of cloud upon tent of meeting Moses will often go out there to meet with God and speak to him and he would come back with what God said this occasion God came down he called Miriam and Aaron out to the tent beaten. He rebuked them. He said Moses is my prophet, and there is none like him.

I've established him to be the leader of the people, and then God pronounced judgment upon Miriam because she was the one who would been behind it and it says that when the color of cloud raised itself off the tent of meeting. Once again there was Miriam and she was a leper. You say that substantiates the interpretation of the story because it meant that her skin became white as if God was saying the Miriam you're proud of your Semite blot your brown, sort of. You don't like black you think being white is better than being dark while and be lighter and he became a leper say that's what was going on was a horrible judgment then Karen was aghast and Aaron interceded to Moses you Moses, pray for her and Moses didn't and she was cured, but she had to stay outside the camp for seven days in disgrace, usually because of what you've done.

I asked the question what was Moses conduct during that entire story here. His wife was insulted as authority was challenged to be retaliating at every right to.

I suppose, but he didn't do it. This is why is called in the context of that story. The meekest man to ever live.

What did Moses do we get exactly what David is talking about in the 37 song he trusted in the Lord delighted him committed his way to the Lord was still before the Lord, and he refrain from anger, God intervened in the story reestablished as authority and brought judgment on those who had stood against them. You say that is what it is to trust God.

It's not to take your hands off and say I don't care about what's going on. Moses cared a great deal, but it's the trust God to work things out and to work through us since he often does well is a second section here only to suggest a way in which you can deal with it. I think the easiest way is to go down the page and circle the verses in which the word occurs word but introduces a contrasting address four times in these verses from 12 to 20 divided verse 13 first word in verse 15, the first word second half of verse 17. The first word in the first word in verse 20. Here are the contrasts what you find from this point on in the Psalm is a contrast between the wicked and the righteous. In fact, virtually every verse from this point on, mentions either one of the other or both. Later on, the contrast between the wicked and the righteous in here. The contrasts are of a slightly different order. They explain a little more early on the way of the wicked itself and here's what they say number one the wicked plot against the righteous but the Lord laughs at the wicked verses 12 and 13 say when the wicked are plotting that seems a very scary thing because the wicked are often powerful and we look on and we sail in the world are we going to do.

It helps to know that it doesn't trouble the Lord's likeness laughter you have here is not a frivolous laughter as we will laugh at something that doesn't really matter.

It's kind laughter you find in Psalm two where the kings of the earth take their arms against the Lord's anointed and it says that God in heaven laughs that he scoffs out to think that mere human beings can stand against the Almighty. What a ridiculous thing, and God last because he knows you going to pronounce judgment doctors what is going on here plots of the wicked don't trouble the Lord at all. I apply it this way. You see, if God can laugh at the wicked. Well, it may not be possible for us to laugh at the wicked, but we can at least cease from frantic, which is what the Psalms, telling us to do and we can say or do I leave this in your hands. If you are in trouble by Apple, then I won't be troubled by it either and I look to you to access a first and secondly were told that the wicked draw their weapons against the righteous sword in the bow is a way as described here, there out to bring down the poor and needy. Today they do it in different ways.

Usually if by money, finances, power, and such things, verse 15, but their swords will pierce their own hearts, and their bows will be broken. That's an interesting principle, one that works itself out in history, though it takes a little while to see it. Sometimes, that is, people fall by their own weapons, you take somebody as crafty as using that I'll do other people. Well, it's quite likely that somebody's going to deceive him in time or somebody is oppressing somebody else because a stronger, sooner or later somebody's going to come along stronger than he is and he's going to experience the same thing. Butterfield, an English historian, wrote a whole book on history called Christianity in history after World War II that establish that as a principal what he said is that if you look at history and the longer you know you find that those who were evil eventually fall so he was referring to Hitler primarily with all the might of the Empire that Hitler was trying to build but to see the seeds of destruction were within the wicked Empire itself and eventually it collapsed.

So it is in history. You can see that we've seen it very much. In recent times and the collapse of communism.

All the might that existed in the communist state was a corrupt system and so in time to collapse the class from within the very arms that were used to oppress others were used to bring down those were the oppressors. We've seen it. It's true must take time to see it because case of communism was a 70 year span. You had two generations of oppression. Many people suffered many people died, but usually in the end wicked fell by her own arms is what these verses say is next one. The wicked will lose their wealth but God will sustain the righteous. Verses 16 and 17. Wicked certainly can accumulate money and they seem to be those were thriving. Everything seems great for them but they lose it fortunes are lost and in the meantime, God sustains righteous later on here. David's going to say I was young and now I'm old and yet I've never seen the righteous forsaken other children begging bread on, says she'll take care of those who trust him always in spectacular ways and not always ways that match the affluence of the mighty going to see that they are preserved during the course of their lives. Then there's the last contrast verses 18 through 20.

The righteous are going to survive but the wicked are going to perish. Verse 20 wicked will perish.

Lord's enemies will be like the beauty of the fields I will vanish I will vanish like smoke.

I like that verse from the way it talks about the smoke but also because it uses that word beauty. We have a phrase in our day.

We talk about the beautiful people. I'm told by those of my friends in California who occasionally rub shoulders with the beautiful people of the beautiful people really are beautiful on a rare occasion I have been with somebody was in the entertainment industry and it is true they are not like us.

They are perfect their teeth are perfect or bone structure is perfect their hair is immaculate. Even if it's not their own hair and that they they really are beautiful people to say what this verse tells us, as it were not in the such people because that beauty is like the beauty of the fields, what being really means you got these beautiful flowers on the field. Out on the last leg and last of the afternoon and then the sun comes up when they wither away as way it is. Lots of people are living with her eyes on Hollywood because ours is a Hollywood culture and they think all I can only be like that. One of the beautiful people would not be wonderful. Be like beautiful people I listen. Beauty of this world fades from the might of the beauty of the Lord last forever.

The beauty of the Lord is the beauty of character which only Jesus Christ is able to develop within his or you can be as beautiful as possible and as handsome as possible to successful as possible house of the character of Jesus Christ is being formed in you that's going to last only for this life is going to last forever so set your eyes on those things. That's what the psalmist saying get your eyes off the wicked don't envy those who seem to prosper because you evaluate things the way the world evaluates lymph drives on God to begin to evaluate things the way evaluates the because I see eternal things. That's the real thing and aspire to be like that because if you trust God and lighten him and commit your way to him and are still before all the other things that's what you do with you as you continue in the Christian why you will see in time that the spoil of the wicked will be taken away. The beauty will fade, and the evil will be judged some years ago I heard a story of a farmer on the Midwest who was no believer, and who did what you weren't allowed to do in those days that sort of Christian culture. He used to work on Sunday and it feels right across from the church and the people of God would be there worshiping in the church and he'd be out plowing his field during service so they be singing hymns in the tractor to be going up and down the field and forth like this and the end of the of the summer when the harvest came in he had a good harvest and nothing had gone wrong with his fields and so he wrote a letter to the newspaper, pointing out that he had worked on Sunday after the summer and he had prospered and say where is the God of the Bible and the editor of the newspaper was a Christianity had a little note to that letter and the note said that Scott does not settle his accounts of October. Now that's what David say say. He says take the longer you learn the way to keep your eyes on God and you will see below, things are often bad here and they are in for a time to be quite grim.

In the end God sustains a righteous and thank God that saw the awful.

It was different when it would be no justice in the universe would be folly to try to do any good. We would say the only thing that is worth doing in a world like that is get all you can course, that's the way the world acts of God's in control than it's worth waiting upon God because he will surely move in his time with prayer our father, we find ourselves worrying. We worry about all kinds of things probably more about ourselves and about wickedness, but we don't have our eyes upon you, and what we need to learn is not to worry but not to worry in the right way and here's a song that teaches us about that.

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