Psalms 45:1

My heart is overflowing with a good matter: I speak of the things which I have made concerning the king: my tongue is the pen of a ready scribe.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Uttered. Hebrew rachash, "boileth "as one unable to contain himself. (Berthier) Speak, or "dedicate "dico, (Haydock) though here it only means to speak. (Calmet) He addresses the object of his praise, instead of invoking the muses. (St. Jerome) Swiftly. I have not to meditate. (Calmet) The Holy Spirit moves my tongue, (2 Peter i. 21.) as fast as my hands can write, Jeremias xxxvi. 18., and 4 Esdras xiv. 39. (Haydock) High mysteries, in honour of the great king, occupy my thoughts, and to him I refer this canticle. (Worthington)
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