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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.

VEN. BEDE. For the end, CHRIST: in the songs, in spiritual joys: an instructive of David: to instruct us that He was to be incarnate through Whom the Prophet expected to be delivered from trouble. Through the whole Psalm they use the words of the LORD. In the first part He asketh that, in His tribulation His prayer may not be overlooked, His petition may be speedily despatched. In the next place, that the iniquities of the Jews may be put an end to, because in their city was the contradiction of truth. Thirdly, He predicted the evils which He foreseeth to impend over the Jews. After this a pious consolation is introduced.

EUSEBIUS. A Revelation of those things which were cruelly done against CHRIST.

S. JEROME. This Psalm contains the words of the Mediator, Who, being God, took on Himself for our freedom the form of a servant.








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