To the end that [my] glory may sing praise to thee, and not
Meaning either his soul, the more noble and glorious part of him; or the members of his body, his tongue, which is the glory of it, and with which he glorified God; see ( Psalms 16:9 ) ; compared with ( Acts 2:26 ) , this was the end that was to be answered by changing the scene of things; and which was answered;
O Lord my God, I will give thanks unto thee for ever;
to the end of life, as long as he had a being, and to all eternity, ( Psalms 104:33 ) . Jerom interprets the whole psalm of the resurrection of Christ.