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John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
on the Whole Bible

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PSALM LXVI. Chapter Overview

The psalmist calls on all people to praise God, for his sovereign power over the whole creation, verse 1-7.
For his special favour to his people, verse 8-12.
Praises him for his goodness to himself in particular, verse 13-20.
To the chief musician, A song or psalm.

Verse 1
All lands - Ye people of all nations. He invites the Gentile world, to the contemplation and celebration of God's works.

Verse 6
We - Our nation, or our ancestors, in whose loins we then were.

Verse 10
Proved us - As it were in a burning furnace; and with a design to purge out our dross.

Verse 11
Net - Which our enemies laid for us.

Verse 12
To ride - To use us like slaves.

Verse 15
I will go - One speaks in the name of all the rest. Incense - With the fat of rams, which is no less pleasing to God than incense.

Verse 18
Iniquity - Any sin. In heart - If my heart had been false to God, although I might have forborne outward acts. If I had been guilty of that, by heart was set upon sin, or I desired only that which I resolved in my heart to spend upon my lusts.


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Bibliography Information
Wesley, John. "Commentary on Psalm 66". "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
on the Whole Bible". <http://classic.studylight.org/com/wen/view.cgi?book=ps&chapter=066>. 1765.  

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