(i) They became insolent in their prosperity . . . .
(i) The desecration of Jerusalem; captivity, murder, and raping. A psalm of utter despair. p. 106, 107
(i) Righteousness versus Sin. p. 108
(i) A conversation of Solomon with the Men-Pleasers’. p. 109
(i) A statement of the philosophy of the indestructibility of matter. p. 110
Note: One of the tenets of modern physics.
(i) A song of hope and fearlessness and peace.
(i) “Thou art our Shield!”
Note: The fine old doctrine.
(i) Some remarkable similes of war creeping on Jerusalem. A survey of the sins that brought all this trouble. p. 112
(i) A glorious hymn. Further reference to the eternal covenant between God and Man.
(i) Jerusalem hears a trumpet and stands on tiptoe to see her children returning from the North, East and West. p. 114
(i) An appeal for family tranquillity and peace and quiet at home.
(i) Of Solomon. A Psalm. Comfort for the righteous. p. 115
(i) Sinners “love the brief day spent in companionship with their sin.”
Note: Profound wisdom, beautifully expressed.
(i) The psalmist restates the great philosophy of Right and Wrong. p. 116
(i) “For if Thou givest not strength, who can endure chastisement?” p. 117
Note: The psalmist again expresses profound truth.
(i) “They set a worldly monarchy . . . . they lay waste the Throne of David!’ p, 118, 119
Note: A poetic narrative about the utter disintegration of a great nation.
(i) With this psalm end the warlike Songs of Solomon. p. 120
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