Proverbs 30:23

For an unloved woman when she is married; and a maidservant that is heir to her mistress.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Mistress, and is married to her master. She will generally prove insolent; like slaves on the throne, Regna bit sanguine multo ad regnum quisquis venit ab exilio. (Suetonius, Tib. 59.) (Calmet)

Hippolytus of Rome

AD 235
“By three things the earth is moved,” namely, by the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. “And the fourth it cannot bear,” namely, the last appearing of the Savior.… The shaking [of the earth] signifies the change of things upon earth. Sin, then, which in its own nature is a slave, has reigned in the mortal body of people. Once, indeed, at the time of the flood; and again in the time of the Sodomites, who, not satisfied with what the land yielded, offered violence to strangers; and a third time in the case of hateful Egypt, which, though it obtained in Joseph a man who distributed food to all, that they might not perish of famine, yet did not take well with his prosperity but persecuted the children of Israel. “The handmaid casting out her mistress,” that is, the church of the Gentiles, which, though itself a slave and a stranger to the promises, cast out the freeborn and lordly synagogue and became the wife and bride of Christ. By Father, Son and Holy Spirit, the whole earth is moved. ...

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

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