Lamentations 3:63

Behold their sitting down, and their rising up; I am their music.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Up, all their conduct. Song. Ver. 14.

Thomas Aquinas

AD 1274
The people here are accused of their sins. First, regarding the affliction in their shame: "Thou hast heard their taunts, O Lord, all their devices against me." Which declares, as if: there is no need for proof. For the prophet Daniel 9:16 asserts: "And for the iniquities of our fathers, Jerusalem and thy people have become a byword among all who are round about us. Second, such is insofar as to threats: "The lips and thoughts of my assailants are against me all the day long." As Psalm 38 (37):l2 says: "those who seek my hurt speak of ruin, and meditate treachery all the day long." Third, (their shame) is, insofar as to derision, and insult: "Behold their sitting and their rising; I am the burden of their songs." For, they sit in council, in order to destroy me by: "their rising". And: "I am the burden of their songs". Since, they compose derisive songs against me." All the above notions can be understood in the person of the prophet, or the people themselves, as first mention...

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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