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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 always lightens our eyes that we should not sleep in death. The voice of CHRIST to the FATHER concerning the devil, and his members. The voice of the Church expecting the Advent of CHRIST. It has to do with Mark.

VEN. BEDE. The whole Psalm speaketh of the love of the LORD JESUS CHRIST. The Prophet beholding nearly all the world given up to idolatry, in the first part makes a request that its incredulity may be removed by the approach of the holy Incarnation; that Paganism even thus at length put to shame, might be able to recognise its own Creator: How long wilt Thou forget me, O Lord? In the second part he vehemently desires that his soul may be enlightened to put up his petitions in such a manner as to be heard, and not to give way to any temptations to the enemy.

EUSEBIUS OF CÆSAREA. The insurrection of our enemies and the expectation of CHRIST.

SYRIAC PSALTER. Exultation over the enemy and expectation of the LORD and of His succour.

S. JEROME. The thirteenth Psalm contains the voice of the faithful soul that seeketh after GOD.








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