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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 the Conqueror of our enemies. The voice of CHRIST to the FATHER. That the creature may praise the Creator, and it has to do with penitence. Read it with the resurrection of Lazarus.

VEN. BEDE. For the eighth1 signifies the coming of the LORD, when the work of the world being finished, He shall come to judge the earth, whence this Psalm begins with the greatest trembling. He that composed this Psalm prays in a fourfold manner. In the beginning he excites the good-will of the Judge, speaking of His power of judgment, of His wont to spare, and of his own infirmity. In the second division he relates his own miseries. In the third he separates himself from evil men, which separation he knows to be likely to win the favour of the good Judge. Lastly, he repudiates all the wicked, with whom he refuses to have any portion.

EUSEBIUS OF CÆSAREA. A pattern of confession.








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