And the daughter of Tyre shall be there with a gift; even the rich among the people shall entreat your favor.
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Augustine of Hippo
25. "And the daughters of Tyre shall worship Him with gifts" (ver. 12). It is that selfsame "King, who is thy God," that the daughters of Tyre shall worship with gifts. The daughters of Tyre are the daughters of the Gentiles; the part standing for the whole. Tyre, a city bordering on this country, where the prophecy was delivered, typified the nations that were to believe in Christ. Thence came that Canaanitish woman, who was at first called "a dog;" for that ye may know that she was from thence, the Gospel speaks thus. "He departed into the parts of Tyre and Sidon, and behold a woman of Canaan came out of the same coasts," with all the rest that is related there. She who at first, at the house of her "father," and among her "own people," was but "a dog," who by coming to, and crying after that "King," was made beautiful by believing in Him, what did she obtain to hear? "O woman, great is thy faith." "The King has greatly desired thy beauty. And the daughters of Tyre shall worship with...
Daughters of Tyre; the city, with her dependant villages. (Bossuet)
Tyre might send presents on this grand occasion, or might even pay tribute, 2 Paralipomenon ix. 26. (Calmet)
Idolatrous nations submitted to Christ. (Berthier)