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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, having brought the slanderer low, is to be adored by all kings of the earth. The Voice of the Church concerning CHRIST. The Voice of the Church concerning CHRIST to the FATHER.

VEN. BEDE. Solomon is interpreted Peaceful, signifying CHRIST the LORD, of Whom it is said, Of His dominion and peace there shall be no end. Throughout the Psalm the Prophet speaks, foretelling the Advent of CHRIST. In the first part he addresses the FATHER, asking for the SON judgment to judge the nations, which thing, however, he knew to be predestined before the world, Give the King Thy judgments, O God. In the second place, he declares that the children of the poor shall be saved in the judgment of the LORD, and the pride of the devil be humbled; and also explains in parables the child-bearing of the Virgin. He shall keep the simple folk by their right. Thirdly, he narrates the blessings which are to come when CHRIST the LORD is born of the HOLY GHOST and the Virgin Mary. In His time shall the righteous flourish. Fourthly, he says He is to be worshipped by all kings, because He hath redeemed mankind from the power of the devil. All kings shall fall down before Him. In the fifth place he declares that CHRIST, made visible to human eyes, hath been the defence of believers, and without doubt the profit of the righteous. He shall live, and unto Him shall be given of the gold of Arabia. Sixthly, he affirms that praise is to be given by the assent of the whole world to the everlasting LORD. His Name shall remain under the sun. In the seventh place, he offers, with purest devotion, a hymn to CHRIST. Blessed be the LORD God, even the God of Israel: which only doeth wondrous things.

SYRIAC PSALTER. Of David, when he made Solomon king, and a prophecy of the Coming of CHRIST and the calling of the Gentiles.

EUSEBIUS OF CÆSAREA. A prophecy of the kingdom of CHRIST and the calling of the Gentiles.

S. ATHANASIUS. A psalm of prophecy. Hortatory to endurance.








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