Alleluia, alleluia. V. The Lord hath sent redemption to His people.
Verse 9. Redemption. Under Moses, Cyrus, and Jesus Christ, of whose redemption the former were figures. C. — Christ redeemed man, in order that he might be able to observe the law. W. — Terrible. Holy to the just, and terrible to sinners. S. Jer. — Most are lost by too much security. S. Chrys. hom. xix. — The Hebrews treat the name of God with a respect, which might appear superstitious, (C.) as they will not blot it out, or lean upon the book where it is written, &c. Schikard, Jus. ii. Theor. v. 6. — The Turks have nearly the same regard for the Koran, which should make Christians ashamed of their irreverence and want of faith.