Remember all your offerings, and accept your burnt sacrifice; Selah.
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Augustine of Hippo
4. "Be mindful of all Thy sacrifice" (ver. 3). Make us mindful of all Thy injuries and despiteful treatment, which Thou hast borne for us. "And be Thy whole burnt offering made fat." And turn the cross, whereon Thou wast wholly offered up to God, into the joy of the resurrection.
Sacrifices. Hebrew mincha, a sacrifice of flour, or unbloody; a figure of the Mass. (Worthington)
Minchothec, "thy presents "(Mont.; Haydock) of fruits
Fat. Hebrew also, "ashes "by miraculous fire, (Berthier) to testify God's acceptance; as at the sacrifices of Abel, (Haydock) Elias, Leviticus ix. 24., and 3 Kings xviii. 31., and 1 Paralipomenon xxi. 26. God forbade lean victims to be offered, as they might show a want of respect; (Malachi as i. 8.) though he always regarded the heart (Calmet) and faith of the offerer more than the victim, Hebrews xi. 4. (Haydock)
Sacrifices were offered before every important enterprize, 1 Kings xiii. 12. (Calmet)
Fat here intimates what would be acceptable. (Worthington) (Daniel iii. 40.) (Menochius)