Psalms 86:7

In the day of my trouble I will call upon you: for you will answer me.
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Augustine of Hippo

AD 430
10. "In the day of my trouble I have cried unto Thee, for Thou hast heard me" (ver. 7). A little before he had said, All the day have I cried, all the day have I been troubled. Let no Christian then say that there is any day in which he is not troubled. By "all the day" we have understood the whole of time. What then, is there trouble even when it is well with us? Even so, trouble. How is there trouble? Because "as long as we are in the body we are absent from the Lord." Let what will abound here, we are not yet in that country whither we are hastening to return. He to whom foreign travel is sweet, loveth not his country: if his country is sweet, travel is bitter; if travel is bitter, all the day there is trouble. When is there not trouble? When there is joy in one's country. "At Thy right hand are delights for evermore." "Thou shalt fill me with joy," he saith, "with Thy countenance: that I may see the delight of the Lord." There toil and groaning shall pass away: there shall be not p...

George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Heard me. This gives me confidence that thou wilt do it again. (Haydock) Thou art not like senseless idols. (Calmet)

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

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