Ps 65:1
65:1 <> {a}
     Praise waiteth for thee, O God, in Sion: and unto thee
     shall the vow be performed.

     (a) You daily give new opportunities to your Church to
         praise you.

Ps 65:2
65:2 O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all {b} flesh

     (b) Not only the Jews but also the Gentiles in the kingdom
         of Christ.

Ps 65:3
65:3 Iniquities {c} prevail against me: [as for] our
     transgressions, thou shalt purge them away.

     (c) He imputes it to his sins and to the sins of the people
         that God who was accustomed to afflict them withdraws
         his help from them.

Ps 65:5
65:5 [By] terrible things in righteousness wilt thou {d} answer
     us, O God of our salvation; [who art] the confidence of all
     the ends of the earth, and of them that are afar off [upon]
     the {e} sea:

     (d) You will declare yourself to be the preserver of your
         Church in destroying your enemies, as you did in the
         Red Sea.
     (e) As of all barbarous nations, and far off.

Ps 65:7
65:7 Which stilleth the {f} noise of the seas, the noise of
     their waves, and the tumult of the people.

     (f) He shows that there is no part or creature in the world
         which is not governed by God's power and providence.

Ps 65:9
65:9 Thou {g} visitest the earth, and waterest it: thou greatly
     enrichest it with the {h} river of God, [which] is full of
     water: thou preparest them corn, when thou hast so provided
     for {i} it.

     (g) That is, with rain.
     (h) That is, Shiloh or the rain.
     (i) You have appointed the earth to bring forth food to
         man's use.

Ps 65:10
65:10 Thou {k} waterest the ridges thereof abundantly: thou
      settlest the furrows thereof: thou makest it soft with
      showers: thou blessest the springing thereof.

      (k) By this description he shows that all the order of
          nature is a testimony of God's love toward us, who
          causes all creatures to serve our need.

Ps 65:13
65:13 The pastures are clothed with flocks; the valleys also are
      covered over with corn; they shout for joy, {l} they also

      (l) That is, the dumb creatures will not only rejoice for
          a time for God's benefits, but will continually sing.

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