The Context of this Psalm. Browse Sermons on Psalm 126:6. He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed Which he sows in tears. Intro: Ill. Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and PowerPoints for Preaching on Psalm 126:1-6. But though it begins, as so many of the psalms do, with a local reference, it ends with a general application to universal human life. Psalms 126:6. This text, taken in its largest significance, is to be classed with those passages of Scripture which speak of the reward of good works, and use that reward as a motive to their performance. Psalm 126:5-6 THE PASSION AND THE PROMISE. I. If you restore a painting, it is because layers of… Volume: Download sermon 00:00. Sermon Bible Commentary. A farmer may weep due to the drudgery of his labor, but after the ground has been tilled, the seed planted and the harvested brought in, the same farmer returns from the same field rejoicing in the fruit he has received. Rev. 52:49. Psalm 126 The problem with restoration is having to go through the desperation that calls it forth. Psalms 126:6. Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on Psalm 126:6. This is but a repetition and confirmation of what is before expressed in different words; and may be applied, as to a praying saint, so to a faithful preacher of the word. Play Pause. If you restore a friendship, it is because it was once broken. If you restore the roof of your house, it is because you have been leaked on. Psalm 126:6This is a song of grateful remembrance celebrating the return of the Jews from exile. H. Hofman sr. († 2007) on Psalm 126 : 6 Play. Browse Sermons on Psalm 126:1-6.