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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: To the chief musician upon Shushan-eduth, Michtam [or, a golden Psalm] of David, to teach, when he strove with Aramnaharaim and with Aram-zobah, when Joab returned, and smote of Edom in the valley of salt twelve thousand. Or, to the Supreme, for the Lily of Testimony, [that is, a lily-shaped instrument of music] a golden Psalm of David, for instruction, when he strove with Aram of the two rivers, and Aram of Zobah, &c.

LXX. Vulgate: To the end, for them who shall be changed. In the inscription of the title, to David for instruction, when he wasted with fire Mesopotamia of Syria and Syria of Sobal, and Joab turned, and smote of Edom in the valley of salt-pits twelve thousand. Syriac Psalter: Which David put forth, saying, If I fall into the hands of Saul, I perish, and took to flight, and they that were with him. To us it expresses the conversion of the Gentiles, and the abolition of Judaism.








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