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1. From my youth - From the time that I was a people.

4. Righteous - Faithful or merciful. The cords - Wherewith the plow was drawn. By these cords he understands all their plots and endeavours.

6. House-tops - Which there were flat. Which - Having no deep root, never comes to maturity. And so all their designs shall be abortive.

8. The blessing - Which was an usual salutation given by passengers to reapers: so the meaning is, it never continues 'till the harvest comes.

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