Psalms 86:11

Teach me your way, O LORD; I will walk in your truth: unite my heart to fear your name.
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Augustine of Hippo

AD 430
14. "Lead me, O Lord, in Thy way, and I will walk in Thy truth" (ver. 11). Thy way, Thy truth, Thy life, is Christ. Therefore belongeth the Body to Him, and the Body is of Him. I am the Way, and the Truth, and the Life. "Lead me, O Lord, in Thy way." In what way? "And I will walk in Thy truth." It is one thing to lead to the way, another to guide in the way. Behold man everywhere poor, everywhere in need of help. Those who are beside the way are not Christians, or not yet Catholics: let them be guided to the way: but when they have been brought to the way and made Catholics in Christ, they must be guided by Him in the way itself, lest they fall. Now assuredly they walk in the way. "Lead me, O Lord, in Thy way:" surely I am now in Thy way, lead me there. "And I will walk in Thy truth:" while Thou leadest I shall not err: if Thou let me go, I shall err. Pray then that He let thee not go, but lead thee even to the end. How doth He lead thee? By always admonishing, always giving thee His h...

George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Truth. Let me see the justice of thy conduct in suffering the wicked to prosper, (Psalm lxxii. 17.) or let me invariably observe thy holy law, which alone can give me true content. Rejoice. Hebrew, as we read at present, "likewise fear "(Calmet) "unite "(Montanus) or "let my heart be one "solitary, disengaged from all, unicum, (St. Jerome) "to fear "(Calmet) This sense is very good. But yached, means also rejoice. (Berthier) Our joy must be mixed with fear. (Du Hamel)

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

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