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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, by means of His Resurrection in the morning, hath given to us a life turned from sorrow to joy. The Voice of CHRIST to the Jews.

VEN. BEDE. The title has been more than once explained before; when the Passion of CHRIST is described, and His kingdom that can never be removed. When Saul sent and watched his house that he might slay him: when the Chief Priests sent and watched the sepulchre of CHRIST, unto the end that they might, as it were, keep Him in death, having closed every door to His Resurrection. In the first place, the LORD makes His petition, that His enemies may not prevail against Him to hurt Him: Deliver Me from Mine enemies. Next, He prophesies how in the end of the world, the Jews shall be converted, and, with wonderful love, offers for them this petition; in the evening they will return. Thirdly, He prophesies what they will do after they have returned, and how He and His Saints will rejoice thereat: As for me I will sing of Thy power.

EUSEBIUS. The vocation of the Gentiles, and the rejection of the Jews.

SYRIAC PSALTER. David made this Psalm when he heard that the Priests had been slain by a sword; but to us it declares the conversion of the Gentiles to the true faith, and the reprobation of the Jews.








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