Commentary On The Psalms (1910) by Emanuel Swedenborg, Robert S. Fischer

By Emanuel Swedenborg, Robert S. Fischer

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The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant places; Yea, I have a goodly heritage. I will bless Jehovah, who hath given me counsel; Yea, my heart instructeth me in the night seasons. I have set Jehovah always before me: Because he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved. Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory rejoiceth: flesh also shall dwell in safety. Nor 5. my for the saints that are in the earth, They 4. of David. O God; for in thee do I take refuge. thou hast said unto Jehovah, Thou art i.

His the Divine is See Psalm the reins By also is vii. 10. God, attributed to A. 5385. meant to ascribe to Him all blessing, He would bless, and by giving thanks is by praying that He P. P. is clear. blessing because and Divine power. Add: that chastening R. 289. has blessed. Night seasons signify the state of man when falsities psalm xvn. The combat rise up. is signified By 8. " E. 167. omnipotence and omnithe Lord from Divine good by Di- reins instruct hand are science pertaining to signified E.

Coro. 60. That 3. in the also plain Word a sucking child signifies from other passages (Matthew infants stand for celestial love, innocence xxi. 16), and sucklings is where for innocence. A. 3183. By "Out of the mouth hast perfected praise" is m and sucklings Thou that praise can come to of babes signified Lord by no other way than through innocence, for by this alone is effected all communication and all influx, A. 5236. and consequently access. No one can see the face of God (Matthew xviii. 10) exthe cept from innocence.

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