A song of praise to God ever merciful. It is sometimes known as the great Hallel, although the Talmud includes also Psalms 120-135 under this title. It differs from all other Pss. in the Psalter in that each v. closes with a refrain.
6. Cp. Psalms 24:2.
19-22. Cp. Psalms 135:11, Psalms 135:12.
23. Low estate] i.e. condition of abasement, perhaps the exile or subjection to a foreign yoke.
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