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    PSALMS 58

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      1  David reproves wicked judges;
     3  describes the nature of the wicked;
     6  devotes them to God's judgments;
    10  whereat the righteous shall rejoice.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - (Title.)  {Al-taschith.}  or, Destroy not.  A golden Psalm.
       * Ps 57:1; 59:1 *titles
    
    - Do.
       * :1 72:1-4 De 16:18,19 2Sa 23:3 2Ch 19:6,7 Isa 11:3-5; 32:1
       * Jer 23:5,6
    - O congregation.
       * :1 82:1,2 Nu 11:16 De 1:15,16 2Sa 5:3 Mt 26:3; 27:1 Lu 23:50,51
       * Ac 5:21
    - O ye.
       * :6 82:6,7
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - in heart.
       * Ps 21:11 Ec 3:16 Isa 59:4-6 Jer 22:16,17 Eze 22:12,27
       * Mic 3:1-3,9-12 Joh 11:47-53
    - weigh.
       * :20 94:20 Isa 10:1; 26:7
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - estranged, etc.
       * Ps 51:5 Job 15:14 Pr 22:15 Isa 48:8 Eph 2:3
    - as soon, etc.  Heb. from the belly.
       * Ps 22:10 Isa 46:3
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - poison.
       * :3 140:3 Ec 10:11 Ro 3:13 Jas 8 3:8
    - like.  Heb. according to the likeness of.  serpent.
       * Mt 3:7; 23:33
    - the deaf.
       * Jer 8:17
    - adder or asp.--
      {Pethen,} is no doubt the {boeten} of the Arabians, which M.
      Forskal describes as spotted with black and white, about one
      foot in length, nearly half an inch thick, oviparous, and its
      bite almost instant death.  It is the aspic of the ancients,
      and is so called the literati of Cyprus, though the common
      people call it [            ,] deaf.
    
       * Job 20:14,16 Isa 11:8
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - Which.
      That serpents might be charmed or rendered harmless was well
      known to the ancients.  Virgil, and many others state the
      fact:--{Frigidus in pratis cantando, rumpitur anguis.}  "In
      the meadows the cold snake is burst by incantation."
    
    - charming never so wisely.  or, be the charmer never so
      cunning.
       * De 18:11 Isa 19:3
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - Break their.
       * Ps 3:7; 10:15 Job 4:10,11; 29:17 Eze 30:21-26
    - young.
       * Ps 17:12; 91:13 Nu 23:24 Isa 31:4 Ho 5:14 Mic 5:8
    
    VERSE 7
        * Ps 22:14; 64:7,8; 112:10 Ex 15:15 Jos 2:9-11; 7:5 2Sa 17:10
       * Isa 13:7
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - a snail.--
      {Shabbelool,} in Chaldee {tivlala,} the snail, is probably so
      called from the Arabic {balla,} to wet, moisten, because of
      the glutinous slime emitted from its body, by which it appears
      to waste itself away in its own motion; and in the same manner
      the wicked prove their own destruction.
    
    - pass.
       * Ps 37:35,36 Mt 24:35 Jas 1:10
    - untimely.
       * Job 3:16 Ec 6:3
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - thorns.
       * :12 118:12 Ec 7:6
    - as.
       * Ps 10:2,5; 55:23; 73:18-20 Job 18:18; 20:5-29 Pr 1:27; 10:25; 14:32
       * Isa 17:13; 40:24 Jer 23:19
    - both living, etc.  Heb. as living as wrath.
       * Nu 16:30
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - righteous.
       * Ps 52:6; 64:10; 68:1-3; 107:42 Jud 5:31 Pr 11:10 Re 11:17,18; 18:20
       * Re 19:1-6
    - wash.
       * :23 68:23 Job 29:6 Re 14:20
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - Verily there is.
       * :13 73:13-15 15 92:15 Mal 3:14 Ro 2:5
    - a reward for.  Heb. fruit of the, etc.
       * Isa 3:10 Ro 6:21,22
    - verily he.
       * Ps 9:16; 64:9; 67:4; 33:18; 96:13; 98:9 Mal 2:17 2Pe 3:4-10
    
    
    
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