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John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
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PSALM XLIV. Chapter Overview

The church commemorates past mercies, verse 1-8.
Complains of present troubles, verse 9-16.
Professes her integrity, verse 17-22.
Prays for succour, verse 23-26.
To the chief musician for the sons of Korah, Maschil.

Verse 4
My king - The whole people speak as one man, being united in one body.

Verse 11
Scattered - Those who were not slain are carried into captivity, and dispersed in several places.

Verse 16
Avenger - Who executeth both God's and his own vengeance upon me.

Verse 17
Yet - Although we cannot excuse ourselves from many other sins, yet through thy grace we have kept ourselves from apostacy and idolatry, notwithstanding all examples and provocations.

Verse 18
Turned - From thy worship to idols.

Verse 19
Broken us - By inflicting upon us one breach after another, thou hast at last brought us to this pass. The place - A place extremely desolate, such as dragons love, Isaiah 13:21,22, and therefore full of horror, and danger. Covered us - With deadly horrors and miseries.

Verse 22
Yea - Because we are constant in thy worship, which they abhor.

Verse 25
Our soul - Our persons. Our belly - We are not only thrown down to the earth, but we lie there like dead carcases.


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Wesley, John. "Commentary on Psalm 44". "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
on the Whole Bible". <http://classic.studylight.org/com/wen/view.cgi?book=ps&chapter=044>. 1765.  

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