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Psalms 74:1

If the historical allusions of Psalms 74:6-8, etc., be referred, as is probable, to the period of the captivity, the author was probably a descendant and namesake of Asaph, David's contemporary and singer (compare II Chronicles 35:15; Ezra 2:41). He complains of God's desertion of His Church, and appeals for aid, encouraging himself by recounting some of God's mighty deeds, and urges his prayer on the ground of God's covenant relation to His people, and the wickedness of His and their common enemy. (Psa. 74:1-23)

cast . . . off—with abhorrence (compare Psalms 43:2; Psalms 44:9). There is no disavowal of guilt implied. The figure of fire to denote God's anger is often used; and here, and in Deuteronomy 29:20, by the word "smoke," suggests its continuance.

sheep . . . pasture—(Compare Psalms 80:1; Psalms 95:7).




Other Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown entries containing Psalms 74:1:

Psalms 18:8
Psalms 79:5
Psalms 79:13
Psalms 83:1
Psalms 88:14
Psalms 95:7
Isaiah 64:9

 

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