In his hand are the deep places of the earth: the strength of the hills is his also.
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Augustine of Hippo
6. What doth the Psalm add?"In His hand are all the corners of the earth" (ver. 4): we recognise the corner stone: the corner stone is Christ. There cannot be a corner, unless it hath united in itself two walls: they come from different sides to one corner, but they are not opposed to each other in the corner. The circumcision cometh from one side. the uncircumcision from the other; in Christ both peoples have met together: because He hath become the stone, of which it is written, "The stone which the builders rejected, hath become the head of the corner." ...
Ends. Hebrew, "depths. "
Are his. This is grandeur, that "he beholds "as in the Roman psalter. (Berthier) (Isaias xl. 15., and xlv. 18.)
Virgil (Geor. 4.) says: Deum, namque ire per omnes Terrasque et tractusque maris, coelumque profundum.