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C.H. Spurgeons's The Treasury of David

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Chapter 65
Verse 12
Chapter 67

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Verse 11. Thou broughtest us into the net. The people of God in the olden time were often enclosed by the power of their enemies, like fishes or birds entangled in a net; there seemed no way of escape for them. The only comfort was that God himself had brought them there, but even this was not readily available, since they knew that he had led them there in anger as a punishment for their transgressions; Israel in Egypt was much like a bird in the fowler's net.

Thou laidest affliction upon our loins. They were pressed even to anguish by their burdens and pains. Not on their backs alone was the load, but their loins were pressed and squeezed with the straits and weights of adversity. God's people and affliction are intimate companions. As in Egypt every Israelite was a burden bearer, so is every believer while he is in this foreign land. As Israel cried to God by reason of their sore bondage, so also do the saints. We too often forget that God lays our afflictions upon us; if we remembered this fact, we should more patiently submit to the pressure which now pains us. The time will come when, for every ounce of present burden, we shall receive a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory.



Verse 11. Thou broughtest us into the net, etc. Our enemies have pursued us (like to wild beasts taken by the hunter) into most grievous straits (1 Samuel 13:6). They have used us like beasts of burden, and laid sore loads upon us, which they have fast bound upon our backs. Thou laidest affliction upon our loins. Coarctationenem in lumbis; we are not only hampered, as in a net, but fettered, as with chains; as if we had been in the jailor's or hangman's hands. John Trapp.



Verse 11-12. The hand of God should be acknowledged.

  1. In our temptations: Thou broughtest us.
  2. In our bodily afflictions: Thou laidest, etc.
  3. In our persecutions: Thou hast caused, etc.
  4. In our deliverances: Thou broughtest us out, etc. G. R.


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Bibliography Information
Spurgeon, Charles H. "Commentary on Psalms 66:11". "C.H. Spurgeons's The Treasury of David". <>. 1865-1885.


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