Day unto day utters speech, and night unto night shows knowledge.
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Augustine of Hippo
3. "Day unto day uttereth word" (ver. 2). To the spiritual the Spirit giveth out the fulness of the unchangeable Wisdom of God, the Word which in the beginning is God with God. "And night unto night announceth knowledge." And to the fleshly, as to those afar off, the mortality of the flesh, by conveying faith, announceth future knowledge.
Utterth, with great force and abundance, eructat.
Knowledge of God. (Berthier)
Our knowledge is always on the increase. (Abenezra)
The vicissitudes of day and night prove the wisdom of their author. (Eusebius)
They seem to sing in succession the praises of God. (Bellarmine)
This evinces the power of God, as the perpetual propagation of the gospel does that of Jesus Christ, whose Church will last till the end. (Worthington)
All the chief reformers acknowledged that there was no salvation out of the one true Church, and that the Church of Rome is such. (Nightingale, p. 263.) (Haydock)