13. He hath caused the arrows of his quiver to enter into my reins.
13. Induxit in renes meos filion pharetrae sum (id est, sagittas.)
He goes on with the same metaphor; he said in the last verse that God had leveled his bow; he now adds, that his arrows had penetrated into his reins, that is, into his inward parts. But we must bear in mind what the Prophet meant, that God had dealt so severely with the people, that no part, even the innermost, was sound or untouched, for his arrows had perforated their very reins. He afterwards adds, --
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