Psalms 1131 An exhortation to praise God for his excellency;6 for his mercy. (Title.)This and the following five Psalms form what is called by the Hebrews the great Hallel, or praise; which was sung on their most solemn festivals, and particularly after the celebration of the Passover. (See Mt 26:30. Mr 24:26.) This and the following were probably composed after the return from the captivity. Praise ye the Lord. Heb. Hallelujah.112:1Praise, O.33:1,2; 103:20,21; 134:1; 135:1-3,20; 145:10; Eph 5:19,20; Re 19:5 41:13; 106:48; 1Ch 16:36; 29:10-13; Da 2:20; Eph 3:21; Re 5:13 72:11,17-19; 86:9; Isa 24:16; 42:10-12; 49:13; 59:19; Hab 2:14Mal 1:11; Ro 15:9,10; Re 11:15 high.97:9; 99:2; Isa 40:15,17,22his glory.8:1; 57:10,11; 1Ki 8:27; Isa 66:1 like.89:6,8; Ex 15:11; De 33:26; Isa 40:18,25; 16:5; Jer 10:6dwelleth. Heb. exalteth himself to dwell. humbleth.11:4; Job 4:18; 15:15; Isa 6:2in heaven.Bp. Lowth observes that the two members of this line are to be referred severally to the two preceding lines; as if it were, "Who is exalted to dwell in the heavens; and who humbleth himself to inspect the things on earth." in the earth.138:6; Isa 57:15; 66:2 raiseth.75:6,7; 107:41; Job 5:11,15,16; Eze 17:24; 21:26,27; Lu 1:52,53Jas 2:5out of.22:15; Isa 26:19; Da 12:2,3; Ac 2:31-33; Eph 1:20,21; 1Pe 3:21,22needy.1Sa 2:7,8; 24:14; 2Sa 7:8,9; Job 2:8; 36:6,7 45:16; 68:13; Ge 41:41; Php 2:8-11; Re 5:9,10 maketh.68:6; Ge 21:5-7; 25:21; 30:22,23; 1Sa 2:5; Isa 54:1; Lu 1:13-15Ga 4:27keep house. Heb. dwell in an house.
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