Excerpt from The Sufferings and Glories of the Messiah: An Exposition of Psalm XVIII, and Isaiah, LII. 13 LIII. 12
IT is more than thirty years since the passages of Old Testament Scripture, to the illustration of which the fol lowing pages are devoted, first attracted my attention; and the result of inquiry into them, with such helps as were then possessed, was at the time committed to writ ing. During the long interval which has elapsed, these notes have been repeatedly revised, and such additions and alterations made as were suggested by a further study of the sacred text, and a wider acquaintance with what had been done for its interpretation. Within the last few months, the whole, after a thorough review, has been re-written.
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