“Keep me safe, O mighty God.
I run for dear life to you, my Safe Place.
So I said to the Lord God,
‘You are my Maker, My Mediator, and my Master.
Any good thing you find in me has come from you.”
And he said to me, ‘My holy lovers (saints) are wonderful,
My majestic ones, my glorious ones,
Fulfilling all my desires.’” (Ps. 16: 1-3) – Passion Translation
“(A Michtam of David) Preserve me O God, for in You I put my trust.
O my soul, you have said to the LORD,
‘You are my Lord,
My goodness is nothing apart from you.’
‘As for the saints who are on the earth,
They are the excellent ones, in whom is all my delight.’” (Ps. 16: 1-3) NKJV
The Hebrew word Michtam has several translations. The major ones are golden, graven, a permanent writing, precious, hidden, or jewel. The Septuagint renders this, “a sculptured writing of gold.” Perhaps the most accepted translation of Michtam is engraved in gold.”
This speaks of the divine nature engraved into our hearts by the Word. A new humanity, the one new man, is now stamped with God-life engraved in his golden glory.
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