“If you do not know yourself, go out, you, in the tracks of the flocks, and graze your goats in the tents of the shepherds.” Go out in the tracks, not of the flock but of the flocks, and graze, not like Peter my sheep but your goats; in the tabernacles, not of the shepherd but of the shepherds; not of unity but of division, not established in the place where there is one flock and one shepherd.
By this answer she has been stiffened, built up, made stronger as the beloved wife, ready to die for her husband and live with her husband. - "Sermon 138.8"
Company. Hebrew, "mare. "Such were preferred, as more gentle and swift. Pharao had probably made his son-in-law a present of a magnificent chariot. Theocritus (xviii.) compares the beautiful Helena to a Thessalian horse in a chariot, so that this idea is not low, Genesis xlix. 14., and Osee x. 11. (Calmet)
Horsemen. Protestants, "horses. "(Haydock)
Hebrew susa. Septuagint e ippos means also "cavalry "as well as a mare. The Church has nothing to fear. (Menochius)