Look upon my affliction and my pain; and forgive all my sins.
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Augustine of Hippo
18. "See my humility and my travail" (ver. 18). See my humility, whereby I never, in the boast of righteousness, break off from unity; and my travail, wherein I bear with the unruly ones that are mingled with me. "And forgive all my sins." And, propitiated by these sacrifices, forgive all my sins, not those only of youth and my ignorance before I believed, but those also which, living now by faith, I commit through infirmity, or the darkness of this life. ...
See. The word kum, "arise "may be wanting, as the verse should begin with k, (Calmet) unless it be lost. Manuscript 2, repeats the former verse, perhaps to fill up the space. (Kennicott)
Forgive. Hebrew or "bear. "(Berthier; St. Jerome; Menochius)
If the cause be removed, the affliction will have an end. (Worthington) ...