|(15) What shall I say? he hath both spoken unto me, and himself hath done it: I shall go softly all my years in the bitterness of my soul.||(15) What shall I say? he hath both spoken unto me, and himself hath healed me. I shall go softly all my years in the bitterness of my soul.|
|(16) O Lord, by these things men live, and in all these things is the life of my spirit: so wilt thou recover me, and make me to live.||(16) O Lord, thou who art the life of my spirit in whom I live! So wilt thou recover me and make me to live, and in all these things I will praise thee.|
|(17)||(17) Behold, I had great bitterness instead of peace, but thou hast in love to my soul saved me from the pit...|
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Commentary on the Bible
Adam Clarke (1831)
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Albert Barnes (1834)
Exposition of the Entire Bible
John Gill (1746–63)
Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament
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Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible
John Wesley (1754–65)