Psalms 126:4

Turn again our captivity, O LORD, as the streams in the South.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
South. As the Egyptians hope for the overflowing of the Nile; (Hammond) or as the south wind melts the snow, so as to make the Jordan overflow its banks. (Theodoret) The return of our brethren will be as agreeable to us as water to a thirsty soil. (Chaldean) (Muis) Make them come quickly, and in great numbers, Isaias lx. 3., and lxvi. 12. (Calmet) Esdras brought back some, and Nehemias others, from Babylon. (Berthier) The ten tribes returned from Assyria later, and by degrees, (Calmet, Diss.) if at all. Those who arrived first at Jerusalem pray for the rest. (Berthier) The prophet foreseeing this event, desireth its perfect and speedy accomplishment, (Worthington) though it were scarcely to be expected, no more than (Haydock) a copious torrent in the south. (Worthington)
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