A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments Volume 1 PDF EBook Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ...to give them their portion In due season; download; C) to His protecting hand, to right them when wronged.; "' to His correcting hand (Isaiah 9.18; 1 Peter 5. 6; cf. Genesis 16.6); (5.) to His rewarding hand. 3. The contempt a that of the heathen, and, perhaps, Samaritans (Ketre- PDF. mah 1.3; 2.19.) 4. of those that are at ease—self-corn-. placently, disregarding God's law, and despising His people. PSALM CXXIV. Ver. 1-8. The writer, for the Church, praises God for past, and expresses trust for future, deliverance from foes. 1, a. on our side—for us (Psalm 56.9). mow—or, oh.' let Itrael, 4c. rose... against, Ac—(Psalm 3.1; 56.11). Then—i. e.. The time of our danger, quick—lit., living (Numbers 16.82, S3), description of ferocity. 4, a. (Cf. Psalm 18. 4,16.) The epithet proud added to water denotes insolent enemies. 6, T. The flgure Is changed to that of a rapacious wild beast (Psalm 8.7), and then of a fowler (Psalm 91.8), and complete escape Is denoted by breaking the net. 8. (Cf. Psalm 121. 2). name—In the usual sense (Psalm 5. 11; 20.1). He thus places over against the great danger the omnipotent God, and drowns, as it were In an anthem, the wickedness of the whole world and of hell. Just as a great Are consumes a little drop of water. lutheu. PSALM CXXV. Ver. 1-5. God honours the confidence of His people, by protection and deliverance, and leaves hypocrites to the doom of the wicked. 1, it. Mount Zion—as an emblem of permanence, and locality of Jerusalem as one of security, represent the firm and protected condition of God's people (cf. Psalm 46.5), supported not only by Providence, but by covenant promise. Even the mountains shall depart, and the hills be removed, but God's kindness shall not depart, nor His covenant of peace be... Like this book? Read online this: Exercises Upon the First Psalm, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans.

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