Psalms 1331 The blessedness of unity among brethren. (Title.) A Song of degrees.This Psalm was probably composed when David was made king over all Israel. 122:1; 124:1; 131:1; *titles how good.122:6-8; Ge 13:8; 45:24; 2Sa 2:26,27; Isa 11:6,9,13; Jer 32:39Joh 13:35; 17:21; 1Co 1:10; Eph 4:3-6; Php 2:2-5; Heb 13:1; 1Pe 3:81Jo 3:14-19together. Heb. even together. It is like.141:5; Pr 27:9; So 1:3; Joh 12:3that ran down.Ex 30:25-30; Le 8:12 As the dew of Hermon.Mr. Maundrell says, "We were sufficiently instructed by experience what the holy Psalmist means by 'the dew of Hermon,' our tents being as wet with it as if it had rained all night." Some suppose that Zion here means a part of Mount Hermon (De 4:48); but it is not written Sion here, but Zion, which is at Jerusalem. De 3:8,9; 4:48; Jos 13:11for there the Lord.42:8; Le 25:21; De 28:8even life.16:11; 21:4; Joh 4:14; 5:24,29; 6:50,51,68; 11:25,26; Ro 5:21Ro 6:23; 1Jo 2:25; 5:11; Re 1:18
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