Psalm 107:7-9 The Message (MSG) 4-9 Some of you wandered for years in the desert, looking but not finding a good place to live, Half-starved and parched with thirst, staggering and stumbling, on the brink of exhaustion. 2 All of you set free by God, tell the world! you put to sea to do business in faraway ports. And you were so glad when the storm died down. 1 Oh, thank God —he's so good! Genesis 9:21 (Read all of Genesis 9) He drank from its wine, got drunk and passed out, naked in his tent. Dr. Lori de Laplante, C. Psych. your bodies feeling the effects of your sin; so miserable you thought you’d be better off dead. Then he changed wasteland into fresh pools of water. Read more Share Copy Show footnotes A service of Faithlife / Logos Bible Software . Tell how he freed you from oppression, 3 Then rounded you up from all over the place, from the four winds, from the seven seas. If you are really wise, you’ll think this over— it’s time you appreciated GOD’s deep love. ... See Gill on Psalm 107:9. return to 'Jump List' Barnes' Notes on the Bible. because of the evil of the people who lived there. His love never runs out. 2 All of you set free by God, tell the world! 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002 Eugene H. Peterson by NavPress Publishing. Psalm 107 1 Psalm 107 1 Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever. He blessed them and they prospered greatly; as he heaped scorn on princes and sent them away. 2 Let the redeemed. MSG 1 Oh, thank God - he's so good! 2 Let the redeemed of the LORD say this-- those he redeemed from the hand of the foe, 3 those he gathered from the lands, from east and west, from north and south. 4 Some wandered in desert wastelands, finding no way to a city where they could settle. A City Of Habitation. Understand: Psalm 107 is a psalm of praise. Psalm 107:33 (The Message Bible) Genesis 9:20 (Read all of Genesis 9) Noah, a farmer, was the first to plant a vineyard. 17-22 Some of you were sick because you’d lived a bad life,    your bodies feeling the effects of your sin;You couldn’t stand the sight of food,    so miserable you thought you’d be better off dead.Then you called out to God in your desperate condition;    he got you out in the nick of time.He spoke the word that healed you,    that pulled you back from the brink of death.So thank God for his marvelous love,    for his miracle mercy to the children he loves;Offer thanksgiving sacrifices,    tell the world what he’s done—sing it out! Psalm 107 King James Version (KJV) 107 O give thanks unto the Lord , for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever. They sowed the fields, they planted vineyards. A hard sentence, and your hearts so heavy. saw his breathtaking ways with the ocean: You shot high in the sky, then the bottom dropped out; You were spun like a top, you reeled like a drunk. Toggle navigation Menu. Psalms 107–150. The psalmist wants to teach his readers how God uses trials (like the exile) to drive us to trust Him. Psalm 107 is a psalm of Thanksgiving unto God. saw his breathtaking ways with the ocean: You shot high in the sky, then the bottom dropped out; You were spun like a top, you reeled like a drunk. that took you straight to a good place to live. Psalm 107 The Message (MSG) 107 1-3 Oh, thank God—he’s so good! looking but not finding a good place to live. Then he changed wasteland into fresh pools of water. As all men should … 107 1-3 Oh, thank God—he’s so good! Psalm 107 1-3 Oh, thank God—he’s so good! 10-16 Some of you were locked in a dark cell,    cruelly confined behind bars,Punished for defying God’s Word,    for turning your back on the High God’s counsel—A hard sentence, and your hearts so heavy,    and not a soul in sight to help.Then you called out to God in your desperate condition;    he got you out in the nick of time.He led you out of your dark, dark cell,    broke open the jail and led you out.So thank God for his marvelous love,    for his miracle mercy to the children he loves;He shattered the heavy jailhouse doors,    he snapped the prison bars like matchsticks!