Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown
quietly wait—literally, "be in silence." Compare Lamentations 3:28 and Psalms 39:2, Psalms 39:9, that is, to be patiently quiet under afflictions, resting in the will of God (Psalms 37:7). So Aaron (Leviticus 10:2-3); and Job (Job 40:4-5).
The repetition of "good" at the beginning of each of the three verses heightens the effect.
wait— (Isaiah 30:18).
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