Lead me in your truth, and teach me: for you are the God of my salvation; on you do I wait all the day.
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Augustine of Hippo
5. "In Thy truth guide me:" avoiding error. "And teach me:" for by myself I know nothing, but falsehood. "For Thou art the God of my salvation; and for Thee have I waited all the day" (ver. 5). For dismissed by Thee from Paradise, and having taken my journey into a far country? I cannot by myself return, unless Thou meetest the wanderer: for my return hath throughout the whole tract of this world's time waited for Thy mercy. ...
And teach. If the verse were to commence thus, (Calmet) v would not be out of its place. (Haydock)
Without God's direction, we cannot walk in the narrow path. (Berthier)
Long. We must never cease to desire the knowledge of true doctrine. (Worthington)