1 a The earnestines of is praier declareth the vehemencie of his grief in so much as he is compelled to burst out into cryes.
1 ! Dauid being in great heauines & distresse complaineth of the crueltie of Saul.
3 c They haue diffamed me as a wicked persone: or, they haue imagined me destruction.
6 e Feare had driuen him to so great distres, that he wished to be hid in some wildernes, & to be banished from that kingdome, which God had promised that he shulde enjoye.
13 k Which was not onely joyned to me in friendship & counsel in worldlie matters, but also in religion.
17 m Which signifieth a seruent minde & sure truste to obteine his petition, which thing made him earnest at all times in praier.
22 q Thogh for their bettering & trial he suffer them to slip for a time.
22 ! After being assured of deliuearnce, he setteth forthe the grace of God as thogh he had already obetined his request.
23 r Thogh they sometime liue longer, yet their life is cursed of God, vnquiet & worse then anie death.