died on me, like Robb and Ygritte and all the rest. I’ve
Does this allude to any real tradition? The Psalms appears to have been composed shortly before the captivity of Judah.
The reference which our Lord made to these mysterious verses gives them an especial interest. The first apostasy, the fall of the angels, is, perhaps, intimated.
I would fain understand this Psalm; but first I must collate it word by word with the original Hebrew. It seems clearly Messianic.
Vv. 10-12. Dost thou show wonders among the dead, or shall the dead rise up again and praise thee? &c.
I think the Bible version might with advantage be substituted for this, which in some parts is scarcely intelligible.
V. 6.--the waters stand in the hills.
No; STOOD ABOVE THE MOUNTAINS. The reference is to the Deluge.
V. 3.--LET THE HEART OF THEM REJOICE THAT SEEK THE LORD.