Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown
And said, O Lord God of our fathers—This earnest and impressive prayer embraces every topic and argument which, as king and representative of the chosen people, he could urge. Then it concludes with an earnest appeal to the justice of God to protect those who, without provocation, were attacked and who were unable to defend themselves against overwhelming numbers.
Jehoshaphat stood . . . in the house of the Lord, before the new court—that is, the great or outer court (II Chronicles 4:9) called the new court, probably from having been at that time enlarged or beautified.
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