Psalms 8:1

O LORD our Lord, how excellent is your name in all the earth! who have set your glory above the heavens.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
O Lord, (Jehova) our Lord, (Adonenu). (St. Jerome) Dominator noster, "our Ruler. "(Haydock) God is Lord of all by creation, and still more of those who believe. (Worthington) Adonai is pronounced by the Jews, and sometimes applied to men. But they have lost the pronunciation of the first term, which some read Jehovah, (Calmet) or Jaho, (St. Jerome) Jave (Haydock) Admirable. It expresses all that He is. (Exodus iii. 14.; Berthier) Essence itself. (Haydock) Earth. This was verified after the incarnation; (St. Chrysostom) for before, the Gentiles knew it not, and the Jews caused it to be blasphemed. (Berthier) Now all confess the glory of Jesus Christ, the master-piece of God. (Calmet) Heavens; which are nothing in comparison, (Menochius) for he hath created them. (Worthington) (Habacuc iii. 3.)
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