The LORD Delivers from Trouble

1071 O give praise to the Lord, for he is good: for his mercy is unchanging for ever.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Psalm 107:1

Commentary on Psalm 107:1-9

(Read Psalm 107:1-9)

In these verses there is reference to the deliverance from Egypt, and perhaps that from Babylon: but the circumstances of travellers in those countries are also noted. It is scarcely possible to conceive the horrors suffered by the hapless traveller, when crossing the trackless sands, exposed to the burning rays of the sum. The words describe their case whom the Lord has redeemed from the bondage of Satan; who pass through the world as a dangerous and dreary wilderness, often ready to faint through troubles, fears, and temptations. Those who hunger and thirst after righteousness, after God, and communion with him, shall be filled with the goodness of his house, both in grace and glory.