Psalms 141:2

Let my prayer be set forth before you as incense; and the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
As. May be understood. "My prayer is an evening sacrifice "or equally acceptable. (Haydock) Sacrifice. Hebrew, "offering "which may be the same with the incense, or the evening holocaust. (Calmet) The Church prays that her petitions may ascend to the throne of God, and be accepted. The morning sacrifice was rather more solemn. But the evening one is here specified, in allusion to Christ's, at the last supper, and on the cross, (Worthington) which was consummated in the evening. (St. Augustine) (Tirinus) It may denote a perfect worship. (St. Chrysostom) (Berthier)
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