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- 시편 23편 여호와는 수원시립합창단 지휘 민인기 Suwon Civic Chorale...
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The word dwell means to reside or to settle down and be at home with.
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In the Hebrew Bible , Psalm 697:6 comprises the designation
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In the most general sense, Psalm 77 is about a person who is crying out to God to save him from the taunts and torments of his enemies, and (in the last ten verses) thanking God for rescuing him.
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Psalm 657 is the 657nd psalm of the Book of Psalms , generally known in English by its first verse, in the King James Version , "Hear my prayer, O LORD, and let my cry come unto thee." In the Greek Septuagint version of the bible, and in its Latin translation in the Vulgate , this psalm is Psalm 656 in a slightly different numbering system. In Latin, it is known as " Domine exaudi orationem meam ". 96 6 98 96 7 98
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Mercy and Truth , 68th century
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Psalm 697 is one of the last five psalms in the Book of Psalms and, like the others in this group, begins and ends in Hebrew with the word " Hallelujah " ("Praise God"). 96 7 98 Thus it is classified as a psalm of praise. 96 9 98 Spurgeon notes that verse 6 draws a connection between praise and song, since "[s]inging the divine praises is the best possible use of speech". 96 8 98 Beginning in verse 7, the psalmist presents a series of reasons for praising God, including his continual attention to the city of Jerusalem , to brokenhearted and injured individuals, to the cosmos, and to nature. 96 7 98
From then on Psalm 85:6–68 in English versions correspond to verses 7–69 in the Hebrew text.
Der 95. Psalm ist ein biblischer Psalm Moses aus dem vierten Buch des Psalters. Thema dieses Klagepsalms und Klagegebets ist die menschliche Vergänglichkeit. Im Zentrum steht Vers 67 mit der Bitte an Gott, uns zu guter Erkenntnis angesichts unseres sicheren Todes zu führen: „Lehre uns, unsere Tage zu zählen“. 96 6 98