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35这就应验了先知所说的:“我要开口用比喻,把创世以来隐秘的事说出来。”
35That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying, I will open my mouth in parables; I will utter things which have been kept secret from the foundation of the world.
35 Verse 35. By the prophet] As the quotation is taken from

Ps 78:2,

which is attributed to Asaph, he must be the prophet who is meant

in the text; and, indeed, he is expressly called a prophet,

1Ch 25:2.

Several MSS. have ησαιου, Isaiah; but this is a manifest error.

Jerome supposes that Asaph was first in the text, and that some

ignorant transcriber, not knowing who this Asaph was, inserted the

word Isaiah; and thus, by attempting to remove an imaginary error,

made a real one.