Psalms 271:1 seat (a-27) Or 'in the company.'27:1 afraid? (e-28) 'Fear' and 'be afraid' are nearly the same, but it seems that the latter is more 'terror,' even used of Jehovah. see 1Sam. 11.7; Ps. 36.1; 'fear' more in a godly sense, as Prov. 1.7, yet ver. 3 here does mean simple 'fear.' 27:2 enemies, (f-7) See Notes, Ps. 8.2. 27:4 beauty (g-31) Or 'graciousness,' and so in Ps. 90.17. 27:10 up. (a-15) Or 'For my father and my mother have forsaken me, but Jehovah hath gathered me.' 27:11 enemies. (b-16) Or 'those that lie in wait for me.' 27:14 courage. (c-11) Or 'he will strengthen thy heart.'
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