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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 after His Passion was glorified by GOD the FATHER. The prophet blameth the Jews. Of admonishing our neighbour.

VEN. BEDE. CHRIST is the End of the law for righteousness unto every one that believeth, the glorious perfection of all good; or as others will have it, it is said of us, “Upon whom the ends of the world are come.” Through the whole Psalm holy Mother Church speaks. In the first part, she makes supplication that her prayers may be heard, and blames unbelievers, who, adoring false Gods, neglected the worship of the true LORD. In the second, she admonishes the Gentile world to forsake their false superstition, and to offer the Sacrifice of Righteousness; and in order that she may convert them by holding forth a promise, she commemorates the blessings which the LORD hath bestowed on Christians.

ARNOBIUS. That the GOD of justice heard His SON on the Cross, against Whom the Jews in their rage sin even to this very day.








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