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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.

TITLE: Bible Version: To the Chief Musician, Altaschith, Michtam of David, when he fled from Saul in the cave. Vulgate: To the end; destroy not; David for the inscription of the title. Or better: To the GOD of frustration; a golden Psalm of David when he fled from Saul in the cave.

VEN. BEDE. To the end signifieth the LORD, Who remaineth the perfection to us of all good things; because, when we shall have attained to Him, none occasion will there be for us to seek anything further. Destroy not. It is forbidden that David should be destroyed by Saul, seeing that he was ordained by GOD to the kingdom. For the inscription of the title. This applieth not to David, but to the LORD, that the title once written on the Cross should ont be changed. When he fled. As David, when he fled from Saul, hid himself in a cave, so the Divinity of CHRIST was hidden from the perfidious Jews within the Temple of His Body. It may also be said, that the LORD so long suffered from the Jews, till He entered into the cave of the Sepulchre, especially seeing that this Psalm pertaineth not only to His Passion, but also to His Resurrection.








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