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LXX- Greek Septuagint - Psalms 92:1

εις 1519 την 3588 ημεραν 2250 του 3588 προσαββατου οτε 3753 κατωκισται η 2228 1510 5753 3739 3588 γη 1093 αινος ωδης τω 3588 δαυιδ ο 3588 3739 κυριος 2962 εβασιλευσεν 936 5656 ευπρεπειαν ενεδυσατο ενεδυσατο κυριος 2962 δυναμιν 1411 και 2532 περιεζωσατο και 2532 γαρ 1063 εστερεωσεν 4732 5656 την 3588 οικουμενην 3625 ητις 3748 ου 3739 3757 σαλευθησεται

Douay Rheims Bible

The Lord hath reigned, he is clothed with beauty: the Lord is clothed with strength, and hath girded himself. For he hath established the world which shall not be moved.

King James Bible - Psalms 93:1

The LORD reigneth, he is clothed with majesty; the LORD is clothed with strength, wherewith he hath girded himself: the world also is stablished, that it cannot be moved.

World English Bible

Yahweh reigns! He is clothed with majesty! Yahweh is armed with strength. The world also is established. It can't be moved.

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Npnf-101 vi.I_1.VII Pg 6, Npnf-108 ii.XCII Pg 1, Npnf-108 ii.XCII Pg 3

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Psalms 92:1

Early Christian Commentary - (A.D. 100 - A.D. 325)

Anf-02 vi.iii.ii.iv Pg 11.1

Anf-02 vi.iv.i.xvi Pg 4.1

Anf-01 viii.ii.xli Pg 2
Ps. xcvi. 1, etc. This last clause, which is not extant in our copies, either of the LXX, or of the Hebrew, Justin charged the Jews with erasing. See Dial. Tryph., c. 73. [Concerning the eighteen Jewish alterations, see Pearson on the Creed, art. iv. p. 335. Ed. London, 1824.]

Anf-01 Pg 4
Ps. xcvi. 1.

and Esaias, “Sing unto the Lord a new hymn. His beginning (initium), His name is glorified from the height of the earth: they declare His powers in the isles.”3902


Anf-01 viii.iv.lxxiii Pg 0

Anf-01 viii.iv.lxxiv Pg 0

Anf-02 vi.ii.i Pg 7.1
Repentance, men understand, so far as nature is able, to be an emotion of the mind arising from disgust8421

8421 “Offensa sententiæ pejoris;” or possibly, “the miscarriage of some,” etc.

at some previously cherished worse sentiment: that kind of men I mean which even we ourselves were in days gone by—blind, without the Lord’s light.  From the reason of repentance, however, they are just as far as they are from the Author of reason Himself. Reason, in fact, is a thing of God, inasmuch as there is nothing which God the Maker of all has not provided, disposed, ordained by reason—nothing which He has not willed should be handled and understood by reason. All, therefore, who are ignorant of God, must necessarily be ignorant also of a thing which is His, because no treasure-house8422

8422 Thesaurus.

at all is accessible to strangers. And thus, voyaging all the universal course of life without the rudder of reason, they know not how to shun the hurricane which is impending over the world.8423

8423 Sæculo. [Erasmus doubted the genuineness of this treatise, partly because of the comparative purity of its style. See Kaye, p. 42.]

Moreover, how irrationally they behave in the practice of repentance, it will be enough briefly to show just by this one fact, that they exercise it even in the case of their good deeds. They repent of good faith, of love, of simple-heartedness, of patience, of mercy, just in proportion as any deed prompted by these feelings has fallen on thankless soil.  They execrate their own selves for having done good; and that species chiefly of repentance which is applied to the best works they fix in their heart, making it their care to remember never again to do a good turn. On repentance for evil deeds, on the contrary, they lay lighter stress. In short, they make this same (virtue) a means of sinning more readily than a means of right-doing.

Npnf-201 iii.xvi.iv Pg 33

Npnf-201 iii.xvi.i Pg 9

Anf-01 Pg 5
Isa. xlii. 10, quoted from memory.

And Jeremiah says: “Behold, I will make a new covenant, not as I made with your fathers”3903


Anf-02 vi.ii.i Pg 22.1

Anf-01 viii.iv.cxiv Pg 5
Ps. viii. 3.

unless I understand His method of using words,2380

2380 Literally, “the operation of His words.” Editors have changed τῶν λόγων into τὸν λόγον or τοῦ λόγου: but there is no need of change.

I shall not understand intelligently, but just as your teachers suppose, fancying that the Father of all, the unbegotten God, has hands and feet, and fingers, and a soul, like a composite being; and they for this reason teach that it was the Father Himself who appeared to Abraham and to Jacob. Blessed therefore are we who have been circumcised the second time with knives of stone. For your first circumcision was and is performed by iron instruments, for you remain hard-hearted; but our circumcision, which is the second, having been instituted after yours, circumcises us from idolatry and from absolutely every kind of wickedness by sharp stones, i.e., by the words [preached] by the apostles of the corner-stone cut out without hands. And our hearts are thus circumcised from evil, so that we are happy to die for the name of the good Rock, which causes living water to burst forth for the hearts of those who by Him have loved the Father of all, and which gives those who are willing to drink of the water of life. But you do not comprehend me when I speak these things; for you have not understood what it has been prophesied that Christ would do, and you do not believe us who draw your attention to what has been written. For Jeremiah thus cries: ‘Woe unto you! because you have forsaken the living fountain, and have digged for yourselves broken cisterns that can hold no water. Shall there be a wilderness where Mount Zion is, because I gave Jerusalem a bill of divorce in your sight?’2381


Anf-01 Pg 11
Matt. xxi. 16; Ps. viii. 3.

—thus pointing out that what had been declared by David concerning the Son of God, was accomplished in His own person; and indicating that they were indeed ignorant of the meaning of the Scripture and the dispensation of God; but declaring that it was Himself who was announced by the prophets as Christ, whose name is praised in all the earth, and who perfects praise to His Father from the mouth of babes and sucklings; wherefore also His glory has been raised above the heavens.

Anf-02 vi.ii.iv Pg 41.1

Anf-01 vi.ii.xii Pg 20
Ex. xvii. 14.

Behold again: Jesus who was manifested, both by type and in the flesh,1624


Anf-01 Pg 2
1 Sam. xv. 22.

David also says: “Sacrifice and oblation Thou didst not desire, but mine ears hast Thou perfected;4008


Anf-03 v.iv.iii.iii Pg 11
Gen. i. 14.

Previous, then, to this temporal course, (the goodness) which created time had not time; nor before that beginning which the same goodness originated, had it a beginning.  Being therefore without all order of a beginning, and all mode of time, it will be reckoned to possess an age, measureless in extent2734

2734 Immensa.

and endless in duration;2735

2735 Interminabili.

nor will it be possible to regard it as a sudden or adventitious or impulsive emotion, because it has nothing to occasion such an estimate of itself; in other words, no sort of temporal sequence.  It must therefore be accounted an eternal attribute, inbred in God,2736

2736 Deo ingenita “Natural to,” or “inherent in.”

and everlasting,2737

2737 Perpetua. [Truly, a sublime Theodicy.]

and on this account worthy of the Divine Being, putting to shame for ever2738

2738 Suffundens jam hinc.

the benevolence of Marcion’s god, subsequent as he is to (I will not say) all beginnings and times, but to the very malignity of the Creator, if indeed malignity could possibly have been found in goodness.

Anf-03 Pg 12
Gen. i. 14, inexactly quoted.

it clearly follows that the ages belong to the Creator, and that nothing of what was fore-ordained before the ages can be said to be the property of any other being than Him who claims the ages also as His own. Else let Marcion show that the ages belong to his god. He must then also claim the world itself for him; for it is in it that the ages are reckoned, the vessel as it were5436

5436 Quodammodo.

of the times, as well as the signs thereof, or their order. But he has no such demonstration to show us. I go back therefore to the point, and ask him this question: Why did (his god) fore-ordain our glory before the ages of the Creator? I could understand his having predetermined it before the ages, if he had revealed it at the commencement of time.5437

5437 Introductione sæculi.

But when he does this almost at the very expiration of all the ages5438

5438 Pæne jam totis sæculis prodactis.

of the Creator, his predestination before the ages, and not rather within the ages, was in vain, because he did not mean to make any revelation of his purpose until the ages had almost run out their course. For it is wholly inconsistent in him to be so forward in planning purposes, who is so backward in revealing them.

Anf-03 v.ix.xii Pg 10
Gen. i. 14; 16.

But all the rest of the created things did He in like manner make, who made the former ones—I mean the Word of God, “through whom all things were made, and without whom nothing was made.”7902


Anf-01 viii.iv.cxxi Pg 3
So Justin concludes from Deut. iv. 19; comp. chap. lv. [The explanation is not very difficult (see Rom. i. 28), but the language of Justin is unguarded.]

as it is written, but no one ever was seen to endure death on account of his faith in the sun; but for the name of Jesus you may see men of every nation who have endured and do endure all sufferings, rather than deny Him. For the word of His truth and wisdom is more ardent and more light-giving than the rays of the sun, and sinks down into the depths of heart and mind. Hence also the Scripture said, ‘His name shall rise up above the sun.’ And again, Zechariah says, ‘His name is the East.’2414


Anf-01 Pg 2
Deut. iv. 19, an apparent [i.e., evident] misinterpretation of the passage. [But see St. John x. 33–36.]

God has given to the nations to worship as gods; and oftentimes the prophets, employing2120

2120 Or, “misusing.”

this manner of speech, say that ‘thy God is a God of gods, and a Lord of lords,’ adding frequently, ‘the great and strong and terrible [God].’ For such expressions are used, not as if they really were gods, but because the Scripture is teaching us that the true God, who made all things, is Lord alone of those who are reputed gods and lords. And in order that the Holy Spirit may convince [us] of this, He said by the holy David, ‘The gods of the nations, reputed gods, are idols of demons, and not gods;’2121


Anf-01 ix.iv.vii Pg 32
Deut. iv. 19.

And Moses himself, being a man of God, was indeed given as a god before Pharaoh;3356


Anf-02 iv.ii.ii.xxxv Pg 4.1

Anf-02 Pg 15.1

Anf-01 ix.iv.xiv Pg 3
Rom. x. 15; Isa. lii. 7.

he shows clearly that it was not merely one, but there were many who used to preach the truth. And again, in the Epistle to the Corinthians, when he had recounted all those who had seen God3529

3529 All the previous editors accept the reading Deum without remark, but Harvey argues that it must be regarded as a mistake for Dominum. He scarcely seems, however, to give sufficient weight to the quotation which immediately follows.

after the resurrection, he says in continuation, “But whether it were I or they, so we preach, and so ye believed,”3530


Anf-03 Pg 8
Isa. lii. 7.

For the herald of good, that is, of God’s “grace” was well aware that along with it “peace” also was to be proclaimed.5392

5392 Pacem quam præferendam.

Now, when he announces these blessings as “from God the Father and the Lord Jesus,”5393


Anf-03 v.iv.iv.xxii Pg 3
Isa. lii. 7 and Rom. x. 15.

not of war nor evil tidings. In response to which is the psalm, “Their sound is gone through all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world;”3401


Anf-03 v.iv.v.xiii Pg 9
Our author’s reading of Isa. lii. 7.

So one of the twelve (minor prophets), Nahum: “For behold upon the mountain the swift feet of Him that bringeth glad tidings of peace.”3911

3911 Nahum i. 15.

Moreover, concerning the voice of His prayer to the Father by night, the psalm manifestly says: “O my God, I will cry in the day-time, and Thou shalt hear; and in the night season, and it shall not be in vain to me.”3912


Anf-03 v.iv.v.xxxiv Pg 55
See Isa. lii. 7, xxxiii. 14 (Sept.), and Amos ix. 6.

Down in hell, however, it was said concerning them: “They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them!”—even those who did not believe them or at least did not sincerely4856

4856 Omnino.

believe that after death there were punishments for the arrogance of wealth and the glory of luxury, announced indeed by Moses and the prophets, but decreed by that God, who deposes princes from their thrones, and raiseth up the poor from dunghills.4857


Anf-03 Pg 19
Isa. lii. 7.

—even proclaiming the gospel to the Gentiles, because He also says, “In His name shall the Gentiles trust;”5253


Edersheim Bible History

Lifetimes viii.xvii Pg 48.1, Lifetimes xi.ix Pg 368.8, Temple v Pg 16.4, Temple x Pg 39.7, Temple xi Pg 2.3, Temple xi Pg 2.5, Temple xi Pg 20.3

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