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I will sacrifice . . . thanksgiving—In the believing anticipation of sure deliverance, he offers thanksgivings already. So Jehoshaphat (II Chronicles 20:21) appointed singers to praise the Lord in front of the army before the battle with Moab and Ammon, as if the victory was already gained. God honors such confidence in Him. There is also herein a mark of sanctified affliction, that he vows amendment and thankful obedience (Psalms 119:67).
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