91:11 all thy ways. The key significance of this psalm is pointed up by the fact that Satan recognized it as a Messianic psalm and quoted from it in seeking to tempt Jesus to bypass the cross (Matthew 4:6). He misquoted the Scripture, however, in omitting the qualifier “in all thy ways.”
91:12 up in their hands. Although this promise applied most specifically to Jesus, it is also a marvelous representation of the available ministry of angels on behalf of the heirs of salvation (Hebrews 1:14) when so directed by God.