Blessed be the Lord, who daily loadeth us [with benefits],
&c.] With all spiritual blessings, with an abundance of grace, as well as with temporal mercies, for which he is, and ought to be, praised day by day: so Aben Ezra and Kimchi supply the text, and suppose the word "blessings" or "goodness" to be wanting; though the words may be rendered, "blessed be the Lord day by day, he will hear us", or "carry us" F15; as a father his child, or a shepherd his lambs; and so he does from the womb, even to hoary hairs; and therefore blessing and praise should be ascribed to him; see ( Isaiah 46:3 Isaiah 46:4 ) ( 63:9 ) ; or "he will put a burden upon us" F16; meaning the burden of afflictions: these are of the Lord's laying upon his people; and he will lay no more upon them than he will enable them to bear; and will, in his own time and way, deliver them from them, and be the author of salvation to them, as follows; and therefore his name is to be praised, ( 1 Corinthians 10:13 ) ; the Targum interprets it of the burdensomeness of the law;
``blessed be the Lord every day, he burdens us, adding precepts unto precepts;''[even] the God of our salvation;
the author of temporal, spiritual, and eternal salvation, as Christ is.
Selah; on this word, (See Gill on Psalms 3:2).
F15 (wnl omey) "portal nos", Vatablus, Musculus; "bajulat nos", Cocceius.
F16 "Onus imponit nobis", Lutherus, Gejerus.