SEV Biblia, Chapter 45:10 ΒΆ Oye, hija, y mira, e inclina tu oído; y olvida tu pueblo, y la casa de tu padre;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 44:10 Verse 10. Hearken. O daughter, and consider ] This is the beginning of the address by the companions of the bride to their mistress; after having, in the preceding verses, addressed the bridegroom; or, rather, given a description of his person, qualities, and magnificence. Suppose the daughter of Pharaoh to be intended, the words import: Thou art now become the spouse of the most magnificent monarch in the universe. To thee he must be all in all. Forget therefore thy own people-the Egyptians, and take the Israelites in their place. Forget also thy father's house; thou art now united to a new family. So shall the king-Solomon, greatly desire thy beauty-thou wilt be, in all respects, pleasing to him. And it is right thou shouldst act so; for he is now become thy lord- thy supreme governor. And worship thou him-submit thyself reverently and affectionately to all his commands.
Taken in reference to Christ and the Gospel, this is an address to the Gentiles to forsake their idolatrous customs and connexions, to embrace Christ and his Gospel in the spirit of reverence and obedience, with the promise that, if beautified with the graces of his Spirit, Christ will delight in them, and take them for his peculiar people; which has been done.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-17 - If we desire to share these blessings, we must hearken to Christ' word. We must forget our carnal and sinful attachments and pursuits. He must be our Lord as well as our Saviour; all idols must be thrown away that we may give him our whole heart. And here is good encouragement thus to break off from former alliances. The beauty of holiness, bot on the church and on particular believers, is, in the sight of Christ of great price, and very amiable. The work of grace is the workmanshi of the Spirit, it is the image of Christ upon the soul, a partaking of the Divine nature. It is clear of all sin, there is none in it, nor an comes from it. There is nothing glorious in the old man or corrup nature; but in the new man, or work of grace upon the soul, every thin is glorious. The robe of Christ's righteousness, which he has wrough out for his church, the Father imputes unto her, and bestows upon her None are brought to Christ, but those whom the Father brings. Thi notes the conversion of souls to him. The robe of righteousness, an garments of salvation, the change of raiment Christ has put upon her Such as strictly cleave to Christ, loving him in singleness of heart are companions of the bride, who partake of the very same grace, enjo the same privileges, and share in one common salvation. These, ever one, shall be brought to the King; not one lost or left behind. Instea of the Old Testament church, there shall be a New Testament church, Gentile church. In the believing hope of our everlasting happiness in the other world, let us always keep up the remembrance of Christ, a our only way thither; and transmit the remembrance of him to succeedin generations, that his name may endure for ever __________________________________________________________________
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