From the place of his habitation he looks upon all the inhabitants of the earth.
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Augustine of Hippo
14. "From His prepared habitation:" from His habitation of assumed Humanity, which He prepared for Himself. "He looketh upon all the inhabitants of the earth" (ver. 14): He looketh mercifully upon all who live in the flesh, that He may be over them in ruling them.
Prepared. St. Jerome, "from his most established throne "whence he beholds all the conduct of men, (Calmet) though he fill all places, and work in all. (Berthier)
His power and wisdom (ver. 15.) are infinite. (Worthington)