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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 which CHRIST bestoweth on Israel, by His coming. The prophet blameth the Jews and the infidels. This Psalm is to be read with the Gospel of S. Matthew.1 The voice of the HOLY GHOST blaming Judas and the unbelieving Jews, and all those who deny2 the works of GOD. The Advent and monition of the SAVIOUR.

VEN. BEDE. In the first clause of the Psalm, the Church speaks, blaming those who, whether in word or deed, fear not to be corrupted: the foolish body. In the next he speaketh of the evils which they will receive, the same evils which they have inflicted on Christians, “Are they not all,” &c. In the third, he warneth the faithful to bear with good courage the hardships of this world, till the judgment-seat of Majesty shall be set, when it shall be given to all those that have done righteously, to receive good things. Who shall give.

S. ATHANASIUS. A Psalm that accuseth the impious and iniquitous.

ARABIC PSALTER. A prophecy of David concerning Babel and Sennacherib, ver. 4 (that is, the last clause of our eighth verse).








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