Psalms 1171 An exhortation to praise God for his mercy and truth. (Title.)This Psalm, the shortest in the whole collection, is written as a part of the preceding in thirty-two MSS.: it celebrates the deliverance from the Babylonian captivity, the grand type of the redemption of the world by the Messiah. O praise.66:1,4; 67:3; 86:9; Isa 24:15,16; 42:10-12; Ro 15:11; Re 15:4praise him.148:11-14; 150:6; Re 5:9; 7:9,10 85:10; 89:1; 100:4,5; Isa 25:1; Mic 7:20; Lu 1:54,55; Joh 14:6Ro 15:8,9; 1Jo 5:6
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