Gratitude: An Exposition of the Hundred and Third Psalm

by John Stevenson




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John Stevenson, in his Exposition of the Hundred and Third Psalm, written in 1856, says that, "The Psalm bears the character of quiet tenderness. It is still clear brook, of the praise of God." In accordance with this we find that the verses are of equal length as to structure and consist regularly of two members. It is only at the conclusion, where the tone rises, that the verses become longer: the vessel is too small for the feeling. David touches every cord of his harp and of his heart together, and pours forth a spontaneous melody of sweetest sound and purest praise. No petition occurs throughout the entire compass of its twenty-two verses. 323 pp.




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