The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire BiblePsalms 130:8
And he shall redeem Israel from all his iniquities.
] The Lord
shall do it; in whom Israel is encouraged to hope; with whom grace and
redemption were; or who was appointed to be the Redeemer. Redemption
was then future, when these words were said, but certain, by the
promise of God and agreement of Christ; and would be of the whole
Israel, or elect of God; and that from "all" their iniquities, original
and actual; sins, secret and open, of heart, lip, and life: and which
is no small encouragement for Israel to hope in the Lord, for the sake
of which this is added; as well as for the further illustration of the
nature of redemption by Christ; which is complete, and now obtained,
and is an eternal one.