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Psalms 69:19

You have known my reproach, and my shame, and my dishonor: my adversaries are all before you.
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Augustine of Hippo

AD 430
22. "Thou knowest my reproach, and my confusion, and my shame" (ver. 19). What is reproach? What is confusion? What shame? Reproach is that which the enemy casteth in the teeth. Confusion is that which gnaweth the conscience. Shame is that which causeth even a noble brow to blush, because of the upbraiding with a pretended crime. There is no crime; or even if there is a crime, it doth not belong to him, against whom it is alleged: but yet the infirmity of the human mind ofttimes is made ashamed even when a pretended crime is alleged; not because it is alleged, but because it is believed. All these things are in the Body of the Lord. For confusion in Him could not be, in whom guilt was not found. There was alleged as a crime against Christians, the very fact that they were Christians. That indeed was glory: the brave gladly received it, and so received it as that they blushed not at all for the Lord's name. For fearlessness had covered the face of them, having the effrontery of Paul, sa...

George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Shame, (reverentiam.) St. Augustine, read verecundiam. (Calmet) Christ was covered with all sorts of reproach. (Haydock) (Eusebius)

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. - 2 Peter 1:20

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