You will not be afraid of the terror by night, or of the arrow that flies by day; of the pestilence that stalks in darkness, or of the destruction that lays waste at noon. A thousand may fall at your side and ten thousand at your right hand, but it shall not approach you.
- Psalm 91:5–6: are seen by many Jewish scholars as a reference not merely to pestilence and natural dangers but to the realm of spiritual darkness that would come against God’s servants. These spirits are equated to “arrows that fly in the daytime” or “a pestilence that stalks” in the darkness. God’s sheltered ones are kept from the harm that could come from natural sources or supernatural sources.
- Psalm 91:5–6: the terror by The Hebrew word used here, pachad, describes a debilitating fear.
- by night Describes the vulnerability of being in darkness.
- the arrow that flies by day Introduces the context of a battle or the destruction that comes during an invasion. The psalmist envisions protection throughout the day and night.
- These verses portray some sort of chaotic situation—perhaps a battle. Though thousands of people are dying, the faithful person doesn’t need to fear harm.
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