Psalms 66:13

13 I will come into your house with burnt offerings; I will pay you my vows,

Psalms 66:13 Meaning and Commentary

Psalms 66:13

I will go into thy house with burnt offerings
The psalmist here represents the saints and faithful in those times, who being delivered out of all their troubles, and brought into a large, free, plentiful, and comfortable condition, will come together into the place of public worship, and there unite in their sacrifices of praise to God; will come and present themselves as a whole burnt offering to the Lord; will come with hearts inflamed with love to God and one another, which is more than all whole burnt offerings and sacrifices, ( Mark 12:33 ) ;

I will pay thee my vows;
thanksgivings promised in time of distress, as follows; see ( Psalms 50:14 ) .

Psalms 66:13 In-Context

11 You brought us into the net; you laid burdens on our backs;
12 you let people ride over our heads; we went through fire and through water; yet you have brought us out to a spacious place.
13 I will come into your house with burnt offerings; I will pay you my vows,
14 those that my lips uttered and my mouth promised when I was in trouble.
15 I will offer to you burnt offerings of fatlings, with the smoke of the sacrifice of rams; I will make an offering of bulls and goats. (Selah)
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