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    PSALMS 79

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    1 The psalmist complains of the desolation of Jerusalem. 8 He prays for deliverance; 13 and promises thankfulness. VERSE 1 - A.M. 3416. B.C. 588. (Title.) A Psalm. This Psalm is supposed, with much probability, to have been written on the destruction of the city and temple of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar. - of Asaph. or, for Asaph. * :1 74:1 *title, marg: - the heathen. * :3 74:3,4 80:12,13 2Ki 21:12-16; 25:4-10 2Ch 36:3,4,6,7,17 * Lu 21:24 Re 11:2 - into. * :2 74:2 78:71 Ex 15:17 Isa 47:6 - holy. * :7 74:7,8 2Ki 24:13 La 1:10 Eze 7:20,21; 9:7 - have laid. * 2Ki 25:9,10 2Ch 36:19 Jer 26:18; 39:8; 52:13 Mic 3:12 VERSE 2 * Jer 7:33; 15:3; 16:4; 34:20 VERSE 3 - Their. * :10 Mt 23:35 Ro 8:36 Re 16:6; 17:6; 18:24 - and there, etc. Either there was no friend or relation left to bury them, or none was allowed to perform this last sad office. The despotism of eastern princes often proceeds to such a degree of extravagance as to fill the mind with astonishment and horror. In Morocco, no person dares to bury the body of a malefactor without an order from the emperor; and Windus, speaking of a man who was to have been sawn in two, informs us, that "his body must have remained to be eaten by the dogs, if the emperor had not pardoned him." * :7 141:7 Jer 8:1,2; 14:16; 15:3; 16:4; 25:33; 34:20 Re 11:9 VERSE 4 - become. * Ps 44:13,14; 80:6; 89:41 De 28:37 Jer 24:9; 25:18; 42:18 La 2:15,16 * La 5:1 Eze 35:12; 36:3,15 - scorn. * 1Ki 9:7 Ne 2:19; 4:1-4 VERSE 5 - How long. * Ps 13:1,2; 74:1,9,10; 80:4; 89:46 Re 6:10 - wilt. * :5 85:5 103:9 Isa 64:9 Mic 7:18 - jealousy. * De 29:20; 32:16,22 Eze 36:5 Zep 1:18; 3:8 VERSE 6 - Pour. * :24 69:24 Isa 42:25 Re 16:1-21 - upon. * Isa 13:1-22; 21:1-17; 23:1-18 Jer 10:25; 25:29; 46:1-64 51:64 - not known. * Ps 9:16,17 Isa 45:4,5 Joh 16:3; 17:25 Ac 17:23 Ro 1:28 2Th 1:8 - not called. * Ps 14:4; 53:4; 145:18 Ro 10:12-14 1Co 1:2 VERSE 7 - For they. * :13 80:13 Isa 9:12 Jer 50:7; 51:34,35 Zec 1:15 - laid. * 2Ch 36:21 Isa 24:1-12; 64:10,11 VERSE 8 - remember. * Ps 25:7; 130:3 Ex 32:34 1Ki 17:18 Isa 64:9 Ho 8:13; 9:9 Re 18:5 - former iniquities. or, the iniquities of them that were before us. * Ge 15:16 Eze 2:3 Da 9:16 Mt 23:32-36 - let thy. * Ps 21:3; 69:16,17 - we are. * :43 106:43; 116:6; 142:6 De 28:43 VERSE 9 - for the. * :1 115:1 2Ch 14:11 Mal 2:2 Eph 1:6 - purge. * Ps 25:11; 65:3 Da 9:9,19 - for thy. * Jos 7:9 Isa 43:25; 48:9 Jer 14:7,21 Eze 20:9,14 VERSE 10 - Wherefore. * Ps 42:3,10; 115:2 Joe 2:17 Mic 7:10 - let him. * Ps 9:16; 58:11; 83:17,18 Ex 6:7; 7:5 Eze 36:23; 39:21,22 - by the. * Jer 51:35 Re 18:20 - revenging. Heb. vengeance. * Ro 12:19 VERSE 11 - sighing. * Ps 12:5; 69:33; 102:20 Ex 2:23,24 Isa 42:7 - according. * :6 146:6,7 Nu 14:17-19 Mt 6:13 Eph 3:20 - thy power. Heb. thine arm. * Isa 33:2 - preserve thou those that are appointed to die. Heb. reserve the children of death. * :20 102:20 *marg: VERSE 12 - render. * Ge 4:15 Le 26:21,28 Isa 65:5-7 Jer 32:18 Lu 6:38 - wherewith. See on Ps. * Ps 44:16; 74:18-22 VERSE 13 - thy people. * :1 74:1 97 5:7 3 100:3 - we will. * Ps 45:17; 74:18,22; 145:4 Isa 43:21 - all generations. Heb. generation and generation. GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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