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The Geneva Bible Translation Notes, [1599], at

Psalms Chapter 114

Psalms 114:1

psa 114:1

When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of (a) strange language;

(a) Or, barbarous.

Psalms 114:2

psa 114:2

Judah was his (b) sanctuary, [and] Israel his dominion.

(b) The whole people were witnesses to his holy majesty in adopting them, and of his mighty power in delivering them.

Psalms 114:4

psa 114:4

The (c) mountains skipped like rams, [and] the little hills like lambs.

(c) Seeing that these dead creatures felt God's power and after a sort saw it, much more his people ought to consider it, and glorify him for the same.

Psalms 114:7

psa 114:7

Tremble, thou (d) earth, at the presence of the Lord, at the presence of the God of Jacob;

(d) Ought then his people to be insensible when they see his power and majesty?

Psalms 114:8

psa 114:8

Which (e) turned the rock [into] a standing water, the flint into a fountain of waters.

(e) That is, miraculously caused water to come out of the rock in great abundance, (Exo 17:6).

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