Psalms 145:13

Your kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and your dominion endures throughout all generations.
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Augustine of Hippo

AD 430
12. "Thy kingdom." What kingdom mean I? "a kingdom of all ages." For the kingdom of this age too hath its own beauty, but there is not in it that greatness of beauty, such as in the "kingdom of all ages." "And Thy dominion is in every generation and generation" (ver. 13). This is the repetition we noticed, signifying either every generation, or the generation which will be after this generation. "Faithful is the Lord in His words, and holy in all His works." "Faithful is the Lord in His words:" for what hath He promised that He hath not given? "Faithful is the Lord in His words." Hereto there are certain things which He hath promised, and hath not given; but let Him be believed from the things which He hath given. We might well believe Him, if He only spake: He willed not that we should believe Him speaking, but that we should have His Scriptures in our hands: ...as though a kind of bond of God's, which all who pass by might read, and might keep to the path of its promise. And how grea...

George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Ages. The kingdom of God in his Church is very magnificent, but not so much as in heaven. (Worthington) The. Hebrew, Chaldean, Aquila, St. Jerome, omit this verse, which is necessary to complete the alphabet. It probably commenced with Namon, "Faithful. "(Calmet) The Septuagint could not insert it by inspiration, as they were only interpreters. (Berthier) It was consequently in their Hebrew copies. (Houbigant)

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

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