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  • JOHN WESLEY'S BIBLE COMMENTARY
    NOTES - PSALMS 126

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    PS 126 This psalm was probably composed by Ezra, at the return of Israel from Babylon. Those who are returned, are called upon to be thankful; those who still remain there, are prayed for and encouraged, ver. 1-6. A song of degrees.

    Verse 1. Turned - Brought the captive Israelites out of Babylon into their own land. Dream - We were so surprized and astonished.

    Verse 4. Turn - As thou hast brought us home, bring also the rest of our brethren. As - As thou art pleased sometimes to send floods of water into dry and barren grounds, such as the southern parts of Canaan were.

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