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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: Septuagint and Vulgate: To the end. Destroy me not. David, for the inscription of the title, when Saul sent and watched his house that he might slay him.* On this title, S. Augustine and S. Hilary, among the western, and S. Gregory Nyssen, among the eastern doctors, hare written the most fully. They show how the story of David, for whom, around his house, they laid wait, by night, is with the story of the Son of David, in the same night in which He was betrayed. And therefore S. Gregory Nyssen says boldly, that those words, Destroy them not, are the most sweet and gentle utterance of our LORD Himself: FATHER, forgive them, for they know not what they do.

Or perhaps, rather, to the Supreme, GOD of frustration: a golden song of David; on the sending of Saul when they watched about the house to kill him.








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