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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 is a most strong tower set against the face of the enemy. The Voice of the Church. The Voice of Paul the Apostle to the LORD concerning CHRIST. The Voice of the whole Church, asking that it may be sheltered under the covering of CHRIST’S wings. The Voice of CHRIST to the FATHER. The Prophet gives thanks. And information who they are that shall believe in CHRIST.

VEN. BEDE. In the hymns, is Greek, and is interpreted, In the praises, because the whole Psalm will sound the laudations of CHRIST. In the first part the faithful people makes its prayer from the ends of the earth, that its petition may be heard, in order that, persevering in the holy Church, it may be protected under the covering of His wings, Hear my crying, O God. In the second, it gives thanks, because He hath given His heritage to the righteous, and hallowed His Name for everlasting glory: whence it promises that it will ever give thanks to the LORD. For Thou, O Lord, hast heard my desires.

EUSEBIUS OF CÆSAREA. Prayer with thanksgiving.

S. ATHANASIUS. A Psalm of address, and prayer, and supplication.








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