Psalms 1311 David, professing his humility,3 exhorts Israel to trust in God. (Title.) A Song of degrees.Some think that this Psalm was composed by David when accused by Saul and his courtiers that he affected the crown; though others refer it to the time of the captivity; and consider it as containing a fair account of the manner in which the captives behaved themselves. 122:1; 124:1; 133:1; *titles my heart.Nu 12:3; De 17:20; 1Sa 16:13,18,22; 17:15,28,29; 18:23; Mt 11:29Ac 20:19; 1Th 2:6,7,10neither.78:70-72; Jer 17:16; 45:5; Am 7:14,15; Ro 12:16exercise. Heb. walk. high for me. Heb. wonderful for me.139:6; Job 42:3; Ro 11:33 quieted.42:5,11; 43:5; 62:1; *marg:1Sa 24:10; 25:32,33; 30:6; 2Sa 15:25,26; 16:11,12; Isa 30:15La 3:26myself. Heb. my soul.Lu 21:19; Joh 14:1,2as a child.Mt 18:3,4; Mr 10:15; 1Co 14:20 Let Israel.115:9-11; 130:7; 146:5; Jer 17:7,8from henceforth. Heb. from now.115:18; Isa 26:4
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