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Commentary Critical And Explanatory On The Whole Bible by Robert Jamieson

Ps 43:1-5. Excepting the recurrence of the refrain, there is no good reason to suppose this a part of the preceding, though the scope is the same. It has always been placed separate.

Ps 43:1-5. Excepting the recurrence of the refrain, there is no good reason to suppose this a part of the preceding, though the scope is the same. It has always been placed separate.

1. Judge -- or, |vindicate| (Ps 10:18).

plead, &c. -- (Ps 35:1).

ungodly -- neither in character or condition objects of God's favor (compare Ps 4:3).

2. God of my strength -- by covenant relation my stronghold (Ps 18:1).

cast me off -- in scorn.

because -- or, |in,| that is, in such circumstances of oppression.

3. light -- as in Ps 27:1.

truth -- or, |faithfulness| (Ps 25:5), manifest it by fulfilling promises. Light and truth are personified as messengers who will bring him to the privileged place of worship.

tabernacles -- plural, in allusion to the various courts.

4. the altar -- as the chief place of worship. The mention of the harp suggests the prominence of praise in his offering.

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