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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 is the GOD of Gods, and severs the righteous from the unrighteous. This Psalm is to be read with S. Matthew.1 The Prophet speaketh concerning the advent of CHRIST and the future Judgment. A rebuke of the Jews. Concerning martyrdom.

VEN. Bede. [After explaining who Asaph was.] In the first part of the Psalm, the synagogue of the faithful speaks2 concerning the First and the Second Advent of the LORD CHRIST: The Lord even. In the Second, the LORD JESUS CHRIST Himself admonishes the people that, leaving such victims as bullocks and goats, they offer to Him the sacrifice of praise: Hear, O ye people. And in the third, the synagogue replies, imputing our iniquities to the sinners in the midst of her: But not the ungodly.

SYRIAC PSALTER. Named from Asaph the Prophet, this Psalm treateth of the legal sacrifices in the law of Moses, and how they have been done away. And us it admonishes that, unless we follow out GOD’S commandments, we shall be held in abomination by Him.

S. JEROME. This Psalm divides the righteous from the wicked, the celestial from the terrene, saints from sinners: the Prophet protesteth that he speaketh not from himself, but that the LORD speaketh by him.








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