By Abraham Ibn Ezra, H. Norman Strickman
Rabbi Abraham ibn Ezra, poet, thinker, and mathematician, was once one of many extraordinary personalities produced through medieval Jewry. His leader declare to reputation, besides the fact that, is his remark at the Bible. The latter is outlined in all significant versions of the Hebrew Scriptures and encouraged different luminaries akin to Maimonides, Rabbi David Kimchi, Nahmanides, Ralbag, Abravanel, and all severe scholars of the Hebrew Bible, for whom his works are crucial. Ibn Ezra's statement at the first Books of Psalms is now to be had in English for the 1st time, observed through a radical annotation. scholars of Scripture in any respect degrees will locate this a necessary instrument for his or her reviews of Scripture and Jewish proposal.
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TRULY IT IS I THAT HAVE ESTABLISHED MY KING UPON ZION, MY HOLY MOUNTAIN. TRULY IT IS I THAT HAVE ESTABLISHED. Nasakhti (established) should be defined, I have crowned. 44: 5); Truly it is I that50 have appointed My king; The Lord is his inheritance (Deut. 10:9; 18:2); and Yet they are Thy people and Thine inheritance (Deut. 9: 29). To bow before the king, the Lord of hosts (Zech. 14:16; 17)51 which like All kings shall prostrate themselves before him (Ps. 54 41. It means, will He speak. 42. Spelled with an alef.
Hence ki yivar ki-me’at appo (When suddenly his wrath is kindled) should be rendered, When His wrath suddenly burns or devours. 100. In other words yivar is transitive. It means to burn others, to devour, to consume. 101. See Deut. 4:24, 9:3. 102. That which God’s wrath shall consume is not mentioned in our verse. 103. For it is understood. 104. E. our clause should be interpreted: When God’s wrath suddenly consumes you. 33 CHAPTER 3 1. A PSALM OF DAVID, WHEN HE FLED FROM ABSALOM HIS SON. A PSALM OF DAVID, WHEN HE FLED.
Thus a king may be referred to as a prince. 48. ” 49. ” 50. God. 51. E. E. interprets this clause: to bow before the king of the Lord of hosts. 52. In that the less important (the messiah) is connected to the more important (the Lord of Hosts). 53. The clause before the king in Zech. 54. The pattach beneath the lamed would indicate the definite article, the reference being the Lord of hosts that follows. 29 WHY ARE THE NATIONS IN UPROAR? 7. I WILL TELL OF THE DECREE: THE LORD SAID UNTO ME: THOU ART MY SON, THIS DAY HAVE I BEGOTTEN THEE.
Abraham Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the First Book of Psalms. Chapters 1-41 by Abraham Ibn Ezra, H. Norman Strickman