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:-. The temporal blessings of true piety. The eighth chapter of Zecariah is a virtual commentary on this Psalm. Compare Psalms 128:3; Zechariah 8:5; and Psalms 128:2; Leviticus 26:16; Deuteronomy 28:33; Zechariah 8:10; and Psalms 128:6; Zechariah 8:4.
1. (Compare :-).
2. For thou shalt eat—that is, It is a blessing to live on the fruits of one's own industry.
3. by the sides—or, "within" (Psalms 48:2).
olive plants—are peculiarly luxuriant (Psalms 52:8).
5. In temporal blessings the pious do not forget the richer blessings of God's grace, which they shall ever enjoy.
6. Long life crowns all other temporal favors. As Psalms 125:5, this Psalm closes with a prayer for peace, with prosperity for God's people.
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Jamieson, Robert, D.D.; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. "Commentary on Psalms 128". "Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible". https://studylight.org/
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