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A Commentary On The Psalms From Primitive and Mediæval Writers Volumes 1 To 4 by Rev. J.M. Neale D.D.

ARG. THOMAS. That CHRIST causeth the mind to rejoice by His spiritual strength. This Psalm is to be read with the lection of the Acts of the Apostles, and with the Gospel or lection of S. Mark. The Prophet speaks of CHRIST to the Church, and the same LORD CHRIST speaks to the same Church. The Voice of the Apostles. The Voice of the faithful.

VEN. BEDE. [After explaining the title.] That CHRIST appears in the midst of the Church, Who hath founded her as on a most solid rock. And from that—the rivers of the flood thereof—the multitude of them that believe are invited to behold the miracles of Divine power; of that might which breaketh the bow, and knappeth the spear in sunder.

S. ATHANASIUS. A Psalm of thanksgiving.

SYRIAC PSALTER. A Psalm which David sang concerning his affliction and that of his people in the great plague. Mystically, the preaching of the Apostles.

S. JEROME. The Psalm teacheth that we ought to put our hope in Him Who only can deliver us from our afflictions.








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