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Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible, by John Wesley, [1754-65], at

Psalms Chapter 137

Psalms 137:1

psa 137:1

Sat - The usual posture of mourners.

Psalms 137:2

psa 137:2

Harps - Harps are here put for all instruments of musick.

Psalms 137:3

psa 137:3

A song - Such songs as you used to sing in the temple of Zion.

Psalms 137:4

psa 137:4

The Lord's - Those songs which were appointed by God to be sung only in his service.

Psalms 137:6

psa 137:6

If - If I do not value Jerusalem's prosperity more than all other delights.

Psalms 137:7

psa 137:7

The day - In the time of its destruction.

Psalms 137:8

psa 137:8

Happy - As being God's instrument to vindicate his honour, and execute his just judgments.

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