Even in laughter the heart is sorrowful; and the end of that mirth is grief.
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George Leo Haydock
Laughter. Septuagint, "with content sorrow is not mixed. "(Haydock)
Joy. Such is the condition of earthly things. (Pindar, Pyth. viii.) Ver. 14. Above him. Septuagint, "with his counsels "enjoying the content of a good conscience, and a heavenly reward; while the wicked, with all his self-approbation, shall be punished. Ver. 15. Innocent. Good, and unsuspecting; (Josue ix. 14., and 1 Corinthians xiii. 7.) or rather credulous, 1 John iv. 1. (Calmet)
Septuagint, "the man who is not bad. "
Steps. Septuagint, "repenteth. "(Haydock)
No This occurs (chap. xiii. 13.) in several copies: but here it is omitted in Hebrew