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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, breaking the snare of death, delivered us by the help of His Name. The Voice of the Apostles and remaining believers. Here is the fifth step. It pronounces the voices of the Apostles and Martyrs. The Voice of the Apostles concerning the ungodly Jews, and unbelievers who walk in sins. The Voice of the Apostles and Martyrs.

VEN. BEDE. Because one single Church and countless members of hers man by man ascend these steps together, sometimes the Psalmist speaks in them in the singular, sometimes in the plural number. The Holy Confessors, remembering how many perils, like a rushing torrent, they have escaped through the mercy of the LORD, at the very beginning confess that they have been delivered from so many troubles by GOD’S mercy alone. If the Lord Himself, &c. In the second part, they give thanks, because they have not been deceived by their persecutors, but contrariwise have been rescued from their broken snares. Blessed he the Lord Who hath not given us, &c.

SYRIAC PSALTER. Anonymous. A Thanksgiving. A going-up.

EUSEBIUS OF CÆSAREA. Of thanksgiving.

S. ATHANASIUS. A Psalm of thanksgiving.








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