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John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
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PSALM XCIV. Chapter Overview

The danger and folly of persecuting the children of God, verse 1-11.
Assurance given to the persecuted, that God will deliver them, verse 12-23.

Verse 4
Utter - Or pour forth freely, constantly, abundantly, as a fountain doth waters (so this Hebrew word signifies.) Hard things - Insolent, and intolerable words against thee and thy people.

Verse 7
Of Jacob - He who takes that name to himself, but has no regard to his people.

Verse 9
Planted - The word is emphatical, signifying the excellent structure of the ear, or the several organs belonging to the sense of hearing. Formed - By which word he intimates the accurate and curious workmanship of the eye.

Verse 10
Know - Mens thoughts and words and actions.

Verse 11
Thoughts - Yes, he knoweth all things, even the most secret things, as the thoughts of men; and in particular your thoughts; much more your practices.

Verse 12
Blessed - Those afflictions which are accompanied with Divine instructions are great and true blessings.

Verse 15
But - God will declare himself to be a righteous judge, and will again establish justice in the earth. Follow - They will all approve of it, and imitate this justice of God in all their actions.

Verse 16
Rise - To defend and help me. I looked hither and thither, but none appeared; God alone helped me.

Verse 17
Dwelt - In the place of silence, the grave.

Verse 19
Thoughts - While my heart was filled with various and perplexing thoughts, as this Hebrew word signifies. Comforts - Thy promises, and the remembrance of my former experience of thy care and kindness.

Verse 20
Shall - Wilt thou take part with the unrighteous powers of the world who oppress thy people. A law - By virtue of those unrighteous decrees which they have made.


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Bibliography Information
Wesley, John. "Commentary on Psalm 94". "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
on the Whole Bible". <http://classic.studylight.org/com/wen/view.cgi?book=ps&chapter=094>. 1765.  

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