He was incomplete without someone to complement him in fulfilling the task of filling, multiplying, and taking dominion over the earth. Textus Receptus. If we will but trust in God, invisible spirits shall fight for us, the great wheels of providence shall revolve for our good, and God the Eternal himself, dressed in robes of war like a valiant champion, shall come forth to espouse our quarrel. The New Testament A verification email has been sent to the address you provided. He has described his own weakness, and the strength and fury of his foes, and by these two arguments he urges his appeal with double force. My heart trusts in Him, and I am helped ('azar; LXX = boetheo). Webster says to help means to aid, to assist, to succour (see below), to lend strength or means towards effecting a purpose.

(Treasury of David), Warren Wiersbe asks: Has God ever been slow in your life?

NEB, NRSV], while not totally inaccurate, do not reflect the nuance of correspondence and/or suitability.)

Spurgeon comments: Delay would prove destruction.

Lord, deal thou thus with us evermore, so will we glorify thee, world without end. -------------------- To be quiet in expectation, patient in hope, single in confidence, is one of the bright attainments of a Christian.

We are slow to meet him, but he is never tardy in helping us. Wisdom Literature It is his need for help, and the support that he can be given, which is in view. In gratitude and recognition of the Source of their victory, the prophet Samuel "took a stone and set it between Mizpah and Shen, and named it Ebenezer, saying, “Thus far the Lord has helped (run to our aid upon hearing our cry) us.

He is their all in all.

From the immediately preceding context we learn that the Ethiopians were coming against Judah with "a million men and 300 chariots", which is what prompted godly King Asa to cry out for help) Asa called (LXX = boáo) to the LORD his God, and said, "LORD, there is no one besides Thee to help ('azar) in the battle between the powerful and those who have no strength; so help ('azar) us, O LORD our God, for we trust in Thee, and in Thy name have come against this multitude. Please see Blue Letter Bible's Privacy Policy for cookie usage details. Comment: The High Places refers to the elevated sites of abominable idolatrous worship which the LORD hated but which Israel failed to eradicate and in which tragically the choose to participate. Our God, our help in ages past, A short and comprehensive petition, available at all seasons, let us use it full often.

God's glory was tarnished in the eyes of the heathen by the defeat of his people, and the profanation of his temple; therefore, his distressed servants implore his aid, that his great name may no more be the scorn of blaspheming enemies." Help or aid comes from a variety of sources: Thirty-two kings “helped” Ben-hadad (1Ki 20:6); one city “helps” another (Josh 10:33); even false gods are (unfortunately) believed to be of “help” (2Chr 28:23 - In America we call that "false god" money!) The New Testament