In Salem also is his tabernacle, and his dwelling place in Zion.
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Augustine of Hippo
3. "And there hath been made in peace a place for Him, and His habitation is in Sion" (ver. 2). Again, Sion is as it were the country of the Jews; the true Sion is the Church of Christians. But the intrepretation of the Hebrew names is thus handed down to us: Judaea is interpreted confession, Israel, one seeing God. After Judaea is Israel. Wilt thou see God? First do thou confess, and then in thyself there is made a place for God; because "there hath been made in peace a place for Him." So long as then thou confessest not thy sins, in a manner thou art quarrelling with God. For how art thou not disputing with Him, who art praising that which displeaseth Him? He punisheth a thief, thou dost praise theft: He doth punish a drunken man, thou dost praise drunkenness. Thou art disputing with God, thou hast not made for Him a place in thy heart: because in peace is His place. And how dost thou begin to have peace with God? Thou beginnest with Him in confession. There is a voice of a Psalm, sa...
Peace. Hebrew Shalem.
Abode. Hebrew, "tent or hut "an expression which shews, how much the finest structure of the East was beneath God's majesty. (Calmet)
He suffered the rest of the world to follow their own inventions, and false gods, reserving Israel for his Church. (Worthington)