Psalms 149The horn - In scripture commonly denotes strength, victory, glory, and felicity. The Lord - He rejoiceth over them to do them good. Beautify - Heb. adorn, make them amiable and honourable in the eyes of the world, who now hate and despise them. The meek - All true Israelites are such. In glory - For the honour which God putteth upon them. Beds - By night as well as by day. Vengeance - For all their cruelties and injuries towards God's people. This was literally accomplished by David upon the Philistines, Ammonites, Syrians and other neighbouring nations. Written - Appointed and declared in the holy scripture. Chapter CL An exhortation to praise God with all sorts of musical instruments, ver. 1 - 6.
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