Attend unto me, and hear me: I mourn in my complaint, and make a noise;
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George Leo Haydock
Hear me. He repeats the same petition four times, (Haydock) to testify his fervour, and humility, Ecclesiasticus xxxv. 21.
Exercise, among the wicked, (St. Augustine) or while I consider the sufferings of Christ. (Eusebius)
David was perplexed what course to take, when he first heard of his son's revolt. Our Saviour was sorrowful unto death, Matthew xxvi. 37. (Calmet)
This life is a warfare. (Worthington)
Ldoleschia. Hebrew sichi, denotes serious (Haydock) meditation, Genesis xxiv. 63. (Menochius)