Jamieson, Fausset, Brown [JFB], A Commentary, Vol. V, pg. 18.
 JFB, op. cit., pg. 19.
 Morison, cited in Broadus, op. cit., pg. 69.
 JFB, op. cit., pg. 17.
 Broadus, op. cit., pg. 70.
 Bishop Hall, cited in JFB, op. cit., pg. 17.
 Luke tells us that the devil showed Jesus all the kingdoms of the world "in an instant", see Luke 4:5.
9 All Scripture citations in this study are taken from the King James Version.
 Richard Baxter wrote for the reformed church in 17th century England, which made heavy use of catechisms (mainly those found in the Westminster Confession of Faith). A "catechism" is a series of questions and answers concerning church doctrine. Churches that use catechisms encourage that they be committed to memory; thus, catechisms are tools for teaching the doctrines of the Christian church. For those of you who attend churches that do not use catechisms, treat Mr. Baxter's exhortations to be "well-grounded in the catechism" as encouragements to study and learn the doctrines of the Christian faith through systematic, diligent study of the Bible.
 Achish is called "Abimelech" in this psalm because "Abimelech" is a general name for a ruler of that time, much like Pharoah and Caesar were general names for rulers.
 Hapstone, cited in Spurgeon, A Treasury of David, Vol. II, pg. 128.
 For other appearances of the "angel of the Lord" in the Old Testament, see Gen. 16:7; Gen. 22:11; Ex. 3:2; Num. 22:22; Jud. 2:4; Jud. 6:11; I Kings 19:7; II Kings 19:35; I Chr. 21:18.
 William Plumer, Studies in the Book of Psalms, pg. 421.