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David Leads in Worship
16:1 They brought the ark of God and put it in the middle of the tent David had pitched for it. Then they offered burnt sacrifices and peace offerings before God. 16:2 When David finished offering burnt sacrifices and peace offerings, he pronounced a blessing over the people in the Lord’s name. 16:3 He then handed out to each Israelite man and woman a loaf of bread, a date cake, and a raisin cake. 16:4 He appointed some of the Levites to serve before the ark of the Lord, to offer prayers, songs of thanks, and hymns to the Lord God of Israel. 16:5 Asaph was the leader and Zechariah second in command, followed by Jeiel, Shemiramoth, Jehiel, Mattithiah, Eliab, Benaiah, Obed-Edom, and Jeiel. They were to play stringed instruments; Asaph was to sound the cymbals; 16:6 and the priests Benaiah and Jahaziel were to blow trumpets regularly before the ark of God’s covenant.
David Thanks God
16:7 That day David first gave to Asaph and his colleagues this song of thanks to the Lord: 16:8 Give thanks to the Lord! Call on his name! Make known his accomplishments among the nations! 16:9 Sing to him! Make music to him! Tell about all his miraculous deeds! 16:10 Boast about his holy name! Let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice! 16:11 Seek the Lord and the strength he gives! Seek his presence continually! 16:12 Recall the miraculous deeds he performed, his mighty acts and the judgments he decreed, 16:13 O children of Israel, God’s servant, you descendants of Jacob, God’s chosen ones! 16:14 He is the Lord our God; he carries out judgment throughout the earth. 16:15 Remember continually his covenantal decree, the promise he made to a thousand generations16:16 the promise he made to Abraham, the promise he made by oath to Isaac! 16:17 He gave it to Jacob as a decree, to Israel as a lasting promise, 16:18 saying, “To you I will give the land of Canaan as the portion of your inheritance.” 16:19 When they were few in number, just a very few, and foreign residents within it, 16:20 they wandered from nation to nation, and from one kingdom to another. 16:21 He let no one oppress them, he disciplined kings for their sake, 16:22 saying, “Don’t touch my anointed ones! Don’t harm my prophets!” 16:23 Sing to the Lord, all the earth! Announce every day how he delivers! 16:24 Tell the nations about his splendor, tell all the nations about his miraculous deeds! 16:25 For the Lord is great and certainly worthy of praise, he is more awesome than all gods. 16:26 For all the gods of the nations are worthless, but the Lord made the heavens. 16:27 Majestic splendor emanates from him, he is the source of strength and joy. 16:28 Ascribe to the Lord, O families of the nations, ascribe to the Lord splendor and strength! 16:29 Ascribe to the Lord the splendor he deserves! Bring an offering and enter his presence! Worship the Lord in holy attire! 16:30 Tremble before him, all the earth! The world is established, it cannot be moved. 16:31 Let the heavens rejoice, and the earth be happy! Let the nations say, ‘The Lord reigns!’ 16:32 Let the sea and everything in it shout! Let the fields and everything in them celebrate! 16:33 Then let the trees of the forest shout with joy before the Lord, for he comes to judge the earth! 16:34 Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good and his loyal love endures. 16:35 Say this prayer: “Deliver us, O God who delivers us! Gather us! Rescue us from the nations! Then we will give thanks to your holy name, and boast about your praiseworthy deeds.” 16:36 May the Lord God of Israel be praised, in the future and forevermore. Then all the people said, “We agree! Praise the Lord!”
David Appoints Worship Leaders
16:37 David left Asaph and his colleagues there before the ark of the Lord’s covenant to serve before the ark regularly and fulfill each day’s requirements, 16:38 including Obed-Edom and sixty-eight colleagues. Obed-Edom son of Jeduthun and Hosah were gatekeepers. 16:39 Zadok the priest and his fellow priests served before the Lord’s tabernacle at the worship center in Gibeon, 16:40 regularly offering burnt sacrifices to the Lord on the altar for burnt sacrifice, morning and evening, according to what is prescribed in the law of the Lord which he charged Israel to observe. 16:41 Joining them were Heman, Jeduthun, and the rest of those chosen and designated by name to give thanks to the Lord. (For his loyal love endures!) 16:42 Heman and Jeduthun were in charge of the music, including the trumpets, cymbals, and the other musical instruments used in praising God. The sons of Jeduthun guarded the entrance. 16:43 Then all the people returned to their homes, and David went to pronounce a blessing on his family.
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Nama Orang dan Nama Tempat:
 · Abraham a son of Terah; the father of Isaac; ancestor of the Jewish nation.,the son of Terah of Shem
 · Asaph father of Joah, Hezekiah's recorder,son of Berechiah the Levite; music minister under David,father of Zichri; a Levite ancestor of some returnees,an official over the (Persian) king's forest in Judah
 · Benaiah son of Jehoiada; commander of King Solomon's army,son of Jehoiada of Pirathon in Ephraim; one of David's elite,head of a large influential family of Simeon in Hezekiah's time,a Levite worship leader in David's time,a priest in David's time,father of Jehoiada, one of king David's counselors,son of Jeiel; a priest under Jehoshaphat,a man who was a temple helper in the time of Hezekiah,a layman of the Parosh clan who put away his heathen wife,a layman of the Pahath-Moab clan who put away his heathen wife,a layman of the Bani clan who put away his heathen wife,a layman of the Nebo clan who put away his heathen wife,the father of Pelatiah, a wicked counselor exposed by Ezekiel
 · Canaan the region ofeast Mediterranean coastal land from Arvad (modern Lebanon) south to Gaza,the coast land from Mt. Carmel north to the Orontes River
 · David a son of Jesse of Judah; king of Israel,son of Jesse of Judah; king of Israel
 · Eliab son of Helon; Moses' officer over the tribe of Zebulun,son of Pallu of Reuben; father of Dathan and Abiram,son of Jesse; brother of David,a Levite worship leader in David's time,a Gadite officer of Saul's who defected to David,son of Nahath/Toah/Tohu of Levi; Samuel's great grandfather
 · Gibeon a town of Benjamin pioneered by Jeiel of Benjamin
 · Hosah a town in Asher south of Tyre,a Merari Levite gatekeeper; his descendants returned from exile
 · Israel a citizen of Israel.,a member of the nation of Israel
 · Jacob the second so of a pair of twins born to Isaac and Rebeccaa; ancestor of the 12 tribes of Israel,the nation of Israel,a person, male,son of Isaac; Israel the man and nation
 · Jahaziel one of the Benjamites who defected to David at Ziklag,a priest trumpeter who escorted the ark into Jerusalem,third son of Hebron,son of Zechariah (Asaph Levi); a prophet under Jehoshaphat,father of Shecaniah who led the Zattu Clan back from exile
 · Jeduthun a Levite whose descendants returned from exile
 · Jehiel son of Heman the Levite in Hezekiah's time
 · Jeiel a descendant of Shelah of Judah, who returned from exile with his family,one of the Levites of Elizaphan that King Hezekiah assigned to supervise the cleansing of the temple,head of a family group descended from Adonikam who returned from exile
 · Levites relating to Levi and the priesthood given to him,a tribal name describing people and ceremonies as sacred
 · Mattithiah son of Shallum (Korah Levi) when exiles were returning,a Levite worship leader in David's time,son of Jeduthun the Levite worship leader under King David,a layman of the Nebo Clan who put away his heathen wife,a man who stood with Ezra when he read the law to the assembly
 · Obed-Edom a man to whom King David gave charge of the ark,a Levite worship leader and porter for the ark in David's time,a man of Gath in whose care David left the ark,a man taken away with the treasures of the temple
 · Obed-edom a man to whom King David gave charge of the ark,a Levite worship leader and porter for the ark in David's time,a man of Gath in whose care David left the ark,a man taken away with the treasures of the temple
 · Shemiramoth a Levite worship leader in David's time,a Levite whom Jehoshaphat sent to teach the law around Judah
 · Zadok a son of Azor; the father of Akim; an ancestor of Jesus,son of Ahitub II; high priest Zadok I in David's time,father of Jerusha, who was the mother of King Jotham,the chief priest Zadok II; son of Meraioth II,a man who was one of David's military elite from Aaron's clan,son of Baana; one of those who helped rebuild the wall,son of Immer; one of those who helped rebuild the wall,an Israelite chief who signed the covenant to keep God's law,a Levite who served as Nehemiah's scribe
 · Zechariah the father of John the baptist,a son of Berekiah, a righteous man who was killed by the Jewish authorities,son and successor of King Jeroboam,father of Abi, the mother of King Hezekiah,a leader of the tribe of Reuben,son of Meshelemiah; a door keeper for the tent of meeting,son of Jeiel and Maacah of Gibeon,a Levite gate keeper and harpist in David's time,a priest and trumpeter in David's time,son of Isshiah (Uzziel Kohath Levi),son of Hosah; a pre-exile Levite gatekeeper,a man of Manasseh in Gilead in Saul and David's time,a prince whom Jehoshaphat sent to teach the law around Judah,son of Benaiah (Asaph Levi),son of King Jehoshaphat,son of Jehoiada the priest; a prophet,a man who influenced King Uzziah for good,a Levite (Asaph) who helped Hezekiah cleanse the temple,a Levite (Kohath) who helped King Josiah restore the temple,a chief officer of the house of God in Josiah's time,son of Berechiah; a priest; writer of the book of Zechariah,leader among the Parosh clansmen who returned from exile,son of Bebai; leader among Bebai clansmen returned from exile,a lay man of the Elam Clan who put away his heathen wife,a man who stood with Ezra when he read the law to the assembly,son of Amariah of Judah,a descendant of Shelah,son of Pashhur; a priest whose descendants returned from exile,son of Jonathan (Asaph Levi),son of Jeberechiah; a witness to Isaiah's prophesy


Topik/Tema Kamus: Music | David | ASHKENAZ | Chronicles, Books of | Psalms | Beauty | Praise | GENEALOGY, 8 part 2 | Asaph | God | Benaiah | Jacob | Obed-edom | Tabernacle | KING; KINGDOM | CRITICISM | Isaac | Jeiel | Jahaziel | Ark | selebihnya
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Wesley: 1Ch 16:4 - To thank, and praise All our rejoicings should express themselves in thanksgivings to him, from whom all our comforts are received.

All our rejoicings should express themselves in thanksgivings to him, from whom all our comforts are received.

Wesley: 1Ch 16:7 - First Hereby it is implied, that after this he delivered many other psalms into their hands, to be sung by them to the praise of God in his public service. ...

Hereby it is implied, that after this he delivered many other psalms into their hands, to be sung by them to the praise of God in his public service. We shall find it in the same words, in Psa 105:1-15 and Psa 96:1-11, all but the three last verses.

Wesley: 1Ch 16:35 - From the Heathen This psalm or prayer was made by David for the use of the church, not only in that present time, but in future ages, in which David foresaw by the spi...

This psalm or prayer was made by David for the use of the church, not only in that present time, but in future ages, in which David foresaw by the spirit of prophecy, the Israelites would forsake God, and for their apostacy be dispersed among the Heathens. In the midst of our praises, we must not forget to pray for those servants of God that are in distress. When we are rejoicing in God's favours, we should remember our afflicted brethren, and pray for their deliverance as our own. We are members one of another.

Wesley: 1Ch 16:37 - He left He appointed them their work and station there. Indeed no incense was burnt there, nor sacrifices offered, because the altars were not there. But Davi...

He appointed them their work and station there. Indeed no incense was burnt there, nor sacrifices offered, because the altars were not there. But David's prayers were directed as incense, and the lifting up of his hands as an evening sacrifice. So early did spiritual worship take place of ceremonial.

Wesley: 1Ch 16:39 - Zadok The chief - priest at Gibeon, where the tabernacle and altar made by Moses still were, where also the ordinary sacrifices were offered, and the stated...

The chief - priest at Gibeon, where the tabernacle and altar made by Moses still were, where also the ordinary sacrifices were offered, and the stated worship of God was performed, as the extraordinary worship was before the ark upon great occasions, as when God was consulted, which was to be done before the ark and by the high-priest, who was Abiathar.

Wesley: 1Ch 16:40 - Which he commanded Israel These must be kept up; because however in their own nature they were inferior to prayer and praise, yet as they were types of the mediation of Christ,...

These must be kept up; because however in their own nature they were inferior to prayer and praise, yet as they were types of the mediation of Christ, the observance of them was of mighty importance.

Wesley: 1Ch 16:42 - Of God Appropriated to the worship of God; not such as they used on other occasions. Between common mirth and holy joy, there is a vast difference: and the l...

Appropriated to the worship of God; not such as they used on other occasions. Between common mirth and holy joy, there is a vast difference: and the limits and distances between them must be carefully kept up.

JFB: 1Ch 16:2 - he blessed the people in the name of the Lord The king commended their zeal, supplicated the divine blessing upon them, and ordered the remains of the thank offerings which had been profusely sacr...

The king commended their zeal, supplicated the divine blessing upon them, and ordered the remains of the thank offerings which had been profusely sacrificed during the procession, to be distributed in certain proportions to every individual, that the ceremonial might terminate with appropriate festivities (Deu 12:7).

JFB: 1Ch 16:3 - flagon of wine The two latter words are a supplement by our translators, and the former is, in other versions, rendered not a "flagon," but a "cake," a confection, a...

The two latter words are a supplement by our translators, and the former is, in other versions, rendered not a "flagon," but a "cake," a confection, as the Septuagint renders it, made of flour and honey.

JFB: 1Ch 16:4-6 - he appointed certain of the Levites to minister before the ark of the Lord No sooner was the ark deposited in its tent than the Levites, who were to officiate in the choirs before it, entered upon their duties. A select numbe...

No sooner was the ark deposited in its tent than the Levites, who were to officiate in the choirs before it, entered upon their duties. A select number of the musicians were chosen for the service from the list (1Ch 15:19-21) of those who had taken a prominent part in the recent procession. The same arrangement was to be observed in their duties, now that the ark again was stationary; Asaph, with his associates, composing the first or principal company, played with cymbals; Zechariah and his colleagues, with whom were conjoined Jeiel and Obed-edom, forming the second company, used harps and similar instruments.

JFB: 1Ch 16:5 - Jeiel The same as Aziel (1Ch 15:20).

The same as Aziel (1Ch 15:20).

JFB: 1Ch 16:6 - Benaiah also and Jahaziel The name of the former is mentioned among the priests (1Ch 15:24), but not the latter. The office assigned to them was that of blowing trumpets at reg...

The name of the former is mentioned among the priests (1Ch 15:24), but not the latter. The office assigned to them was that of blowing trumpets at regular intervals before the ark and in the tabernacle.

JFB: 1Ch 16:7 - Then on that day David delivered first this psalm Among the other preparations for this solemn inauguration, the royal bard had composed a special hymn for the occasion. Doubtless it had been previous...

Among the other preparations for this solemn inauguration, the royal bard had composed a special hymn for the occasion. Doubtless it had been previously in the hands of Asaph and his assistants, but it was now publicly committed to them as they entered for the first time on the performance of their sacred duties. It occupies the greater part of this chapter (1Ch. 16:8-36), and seems to have been compiled from other psalms of David, previously known to the Israelites, as the whole of it will be found, with very slight variations, in Psa 96:1-13; Psa 105:1-15; Psa 106:47-48. In the form, however, in which it is given by the sacred historian, it seems to have been the first psalm given for use in the tabernacle service. Abounding, as it does, with the liveliest ascriptions of praise to God for the revelation of His glorious character and the display of His marvellous works and containing, as it does, so many pointed allusions to the origin, privileges, and peculiar destiny of the chosen people, it was admirably calculated to animate the devotions and call forth the gratitude of the assembled multitude.

JFB: 1Ch 16:36 - all the people said, Amen (Compare Psa 72:19-20; Psa 106:48). In the former, the author of the doxology utters the "amen" himself, while in the latter the people are exhorted t...

(Compare Psa 72:19-20; Psa 106:48). In the former, the author of the doxology utters the "amen" himself, while in the latter the people are exhorted to say "amen." This may arise from the fact that the latter psalm originally concluded with the injunction to say "amen." But in this historical account of the festival, it was necessary to relate that the people obeyed this injunction on the occasion referred to, and therefore the words "let them praise," were altered into "and they praised" [BERTHEAU].

JFB: 1Ch 16:37-42 - So he left there before the ark of the covenant of the Lord Asaph and his brethren, &c. The sequel of the chapter describes the appointment of the sacred musicians and their respective duties.

The sequel of the chapter describes the appointment of the sacred musicians and their respective duties.

JFB: 1Ch 16:38 - Obed-edom with their brethren Hosah, mentioned at the close of the verse, and a great number besides (see on 1Ch 26:1).

Hosah, mentioned at the close of the verse, and a great number besides (see on 1Ch 26:1).

JFB: 1Ch 16:38 - to be porters Doorkeepers.

Doorkeepers.

JFB: 1Ch 16:39-40 - And Zadok . . . before the tabernacle . . . at Gibeon While the above-mentioned officers under the superintendence of Abiathar, were appointed to officiate in Jerusalem, whither the ark had been brought, ...

While the above-mentioned officers under the superintendence of Abiathar, were appointed to officiate in Jerusalem, whither the ark had been brought, Zadok and the priests subordinate to him were stationed at Gibeon to perform the sacred service before the ancient tabernacle which still remained there.

JFB: 1Ch 16:40 - continually morning and evening As the law enjoined (Exo 29:38; Num 28:3, Num 28:6).

As the law enjoined (Exo 29:38; Num 28:3, Num 28:6).

JFB: 1Ch 16:40 - and do according to all that is written in the law (See Num. 28:1-31). Thus, in the time of David, the worship was performed at two places, where the sacred things that had been transmitted from the ag...

(See Num. 28:1-31). Thus, in the time of David, the worship was performed at two places, where the sacred things that had been transmitted from the age of Moses were preserved. Before the Ark in Jerusalem, Asaph and his brethren officiated as singers, Obed-edom and Hosah served as doorkeepers, and Benaiah and Jahaziel blew the trumpets. While at the tabernacle and burnt offering in Gibeon, Heman and Jeduthun presided over the sacred music, the sons of Jeduthun were door keepers, and Zadok, with his suite of attendant priests, offered the sacrifices.

Clarke: 1Ch 16:2 - He blessed the people He blessed the people - "He blessed the people in the name of the Word of the Lord."- T.

He blessed the people - "He blessed the people in the name of the Word of the Lord."- T.

Clarke: 1Ch 16:3 - To every one a loaf of bread To every one a loaf of bread - A whole cake. A good piece of flesh; "the sixth part of an ox, and the sixth part of a hin of wine."- T. See 2Sa 6:18...

To every one a loaf of bread - A whole cake. A good piece of flesh; "the sixth part of an ox, and the sixth part of a hin of wine."- T. See 2Sa 6:18-20; see Jarchi also.

Clarke: 1Ch 16:5 - Asaph Asaph - See the preceding chapter, 1Ch 15:17 (note), etc.

Asaph - See the preceding chapter, 1Ch 15:17 (note), etc.

Clarke: 1Ch 16:7 - David delivered first this psalm David delivered first this psalm - I believe the meaning of this place to be this: David made the psalm on the occasion above specified; and deliver...

David delivered first this psalm - I believe the meaning of this place to be this: David made the psalm on the occasion above specified; and delivered it to Asaph, who was the musician, and to his brethren, to be sung by them in honor of what God had done in behalf of his people.

Clarke: 1Ch 16:10 - That seek the Lord That seek the Lord - "That seek the Word of the Lord."- T.

That seek the Lord - "That seek the Word of the Lord."- T.

Clarke: 1Ch 16:12 - Remember his marvellous works Remember his marvellous works - The whole of the psalm refers to God’ s wondrous actions among the nations in behalf of Israel.

Remember his marvellous works - The whole of the psalm refers to God’ s wondrous actions among the nations in behalf of Israel.

Clarke: 1Ch 16:22 - Touch not mine anointed Touch not mine anointed - By this title the patriarchs are generally understood: they had a regal and sacerdotal power in the order of God. In the b...

Touch not mine anointed - By this title the patriarchs are generally understood: they had a regal and sacerdotal power in the order of God. In the behalf of the patriarchs God had often especially interfered: in behalf of Abraham, Gen 12:17; Gen 20:3; and of Jacob, Gen 31:24; Gen 34:26; Gen 35:5. But the title may be applied to all the Jewish people, who were the anointed, as they were the elect and peculiar people of God. See on Heb 11:26 (note).

Clarke: 1Ch 16:31 - Let the heavens be glad Let the heavens be glad - "Let the supreme angels be glad, and the inhabitants of the earth rejoice."- T. In this place the Targumist uses the Greek...

Let the heavens be glad - "Let the supreme angels be glad, and the inhabitants of the earth rejoice."- T. In this place the Targumist uses the Greek word αγγελοι, angels, in Hebrew letters thus, אנגלי angeley .

Clarke: 1Ch 16:35 - Save us, O God of our salvation Save us, O God of our salvation - As he is the saving God, so we may pray to him to save us. To pray to God under the attribute the influence of whi...

Save us, O God of our salvation - As he is the saving God, so we may pray to him to save us. To pray to God under the attribute the influence of which we need, serves to inspire much confidence. I am weak; Almighty God, help me! I am ignorant; O thou Father of lights, teach me! I am lost; O merciful God, save me; etc. See the notes on Psa 96:1-13 (note) and Psalm 105 (note).

Clarke: 1Ch 16:39 - Zadok the priest Zadok the priest - Both Zadok and Abiathar were high priests at this time: the former David established at Gibeah, or Gibeon, where the ark had been...

Zadok the priest - Both Zadok and Abiathar were high priests at this time: the former David established at Gibeah, or Gibeon, where the ark had been all the days of Saul; and the latter he established at Jerusalem, where the ark now was: so there were two high priests, and two distinct services; but there was only one ark. How long the service at Gibeon was continued we cannot tell; the principal functions were no doubt performed at Jerusalem.

Clarke: 1Ch 16:42 - -- Musical instruments of God - Ad canendum Deo , "to sing to God."- Vulgate. Των ωδων του Θεου, "of the sons of God."- Septuagint. The ...

Musical instruments of God - Ad canendum Deo , "to sing to God."- Vulgate. Των ωδων του Θεου, "of the sons of God."- Septuagint. The Syriac is remarkable: "These were upright men who did not sing unto God with instruments of music, nor with drums, nor with listra, nor with straight nor crooked pipes, nor with cymbals; but they sang before the Lord Almighty with a joyous mouth, and with a pure and holy prayer, and with innocence and integrity."The Arabic is nearly the same. None of the versions understand the words כלי שיר האלהים keley shir haelohim as implying instruments of music of God, but instruments employed in the song of God, or to praise God; as also the Targum. Query, Did God ever ordain instruments of music to be used in his worship? Can they be used in Christian assemblies according to the spirit of Christianity? Has Jesus Christ, or his apostles, ever commanded or sanctioned the use of them? Were they ever used any where in the apostolic Church? Does the use of them at present, in Christian congregations, ever increase the spirit of devotion? Does it ever appear that bands of musicians, either in their collective or individual capacity, are more spiritual, or as spiritual, as the other parts of the Church of Christ? Is there less pride, self-will, stubbornness, insubordination, lightness, and frivolity, among such persons, than among the other professors of Christianity found in the same religious society? Is it ever remarked or known that musicians in the house of God have attained to any depth of piety, or superior soundness of understanding, in the things of God? Is it ever found that those Churches and Christian societies which have and use instruments of music in Divine worship are more holy, or as holy, as those societies which do not use them? And is it always found that the ministers which affect and recommend them to be used in the worship of Almighty God, are the most spiritual men, and the most spiritual and useful preachers? Can mere sounds, no matter how melodious, where no word nor sentiment is or can be uttered, be considered as giving praise to God? Is it possible that pipes or strings of any kind can give God praise? Can God be pleased with sounds which are emitted by no sentient being, and have in themselves no meaning? If these questions cannot be answered in the affirmative: then, query, Is not the introduction of such instruments into the worship of God antichristian, and calculated to debase and ultimately ruin the spirit and influence of the Gospel of Jesus Christ? And should not all who wish well to the spread and establishment of pure and undefiled religion, lift up their hand, their influence, and their voice against them? The argument from their use in the Jewish service is futile in the extreme when applied to Christianity.

Defender: 1Ch 16:7 - this psalm Portions of this psalm of thanksgiving have been included in the collections in the Book of Psalms. 1Ch 16:8-22 are repeated in Psa 105:1-15; 1Ch 16:2...

Portions of this psalm of thanksgiving have been included in the collections in the Book of Psalms. 1Ch 16:8-22 are repeated in Psa 105:1-15; 1Ch 16:23-33 are also found in Psa 96:1-13; and 1Ch 16:34-36 are included in Psa 106:1, Psa 106:47, Psa 106:48."

Defender: 1Ch 16:15 - thousand generations The term "a thousand generations" is not meant as a quantitative summary of the number of years to be covered by the Abrahamic covenant but rather as ...

The term "a thousand generations" is not meant as a quantitative summary of the number of years to be covered by the Abrahamic covenant but rather as poetic hyperbole, corresponding actually to "an everlasting covenant" (1Ch 16:17)."

Defender: 1Ch 16:26 - gods of the people The God of the Bible is not merely one among many gods who are worshipped by pagans as the host of heaven. The one true God - the God of creation - ma...

The God of the Bible is not merely one among many gods who are worshipped by pagans as the host of heaven. The one true God - the God of creation - made these heavens and all their hosts, including the idol "gods," the fallen angels (Psa 96:5)."

TSK: 1Ch 16:1 - they brought // in the midst // they offered they brought : 2Sa 6:17-19; 1Ki 8:6; 2Ch 5:7 in the midst : 1Ch 15:1, 1Ch 15:12; 2Ch 1:4; Psa 132:8 they offered : 1Ki 8:5; 2Ch 5:6; Ezr 6:16-18

they brought : 2Sa 6:17-19; 1Ki 8:6; 2Ch 5:7

in the midst : 1Ch 15:1, 1Ch 15:12; 2Ch 1:4; Psa 132:8

they offered : 1Ki 8:5; 2Ch 5:6; Ezr 6:16-18

TSK: 1Ch 16:2 - the burnt // he blessed the burnt : Lev 1:3 he blessed : Gen 14:19, Gen 20:7, Gen 47:7, Gen 47:10; Num 6:23-27; Jos 22:6; 2Sa 6:18; 1Ki 8:55, 1Ki 8:56; 2Ch 29:29, 2Ch 30:18-2...

TSK: 1Ch 16:3 - to every one to every one : 2Ch 30:24, 2Ch 35:7, 2Ch 35:8; Neh 8:10; Eze 45:17; 1Pe 4:9

TSK: 1Ch 16:4 - he appointed // minister // to record // the Lord God he appointed : 1Ch 15:16, 1Ch 23:2-6, 1Ch 24:3 minister : 1Ch 16:37-42, 1Ch 23:27-32; Num 18:1-6 to record : 1Ch 16:8; Psa 37:1, Psa 70:1 *titles Psa ...

TSK: 1Ch 16:5 - Asaph // psalteries and with harps Asaph : 1Ch 6:39, 1Ch 15:16-24, 1Ch 25:1-6 psalteries and with harps : Heb. instruments of psalteries and harps, 1Ch 15:20, 1Ch 15:21; 2Ch 29:25

Asaph : 1Ch 6:39, 1Ch 15:16-24, 1Ch 25:1-6

psalteries and with harps : Heb. instruments of psalteries and harps, 1Ch 15:20, 1Ch 15:21; 2Ch 29:25

TSK: 1Ch 16:6 - with trumpets with trumpets : Num 10:8; 2Ch 5:12, 2Ch 5:13, 2Ch 13:12, 2Ch 29:26-28

TSK: 1Ch 16:7 - on that day // into the hand on that day : 2Sa 22:1, 2Sa 23:1, 2Sa 23:2; 2Ch 29:30; Neh 12:24 into the hand : Psa 12:1, Psa 18:1 *titles

on that day : 2Sa 22:1, 2Sa 23:1, 2Sa 23:2; 2Ch 29:30; Neh 12:24

into the hand : Psa 12:1, Psa 18:1 *titles

TSK: 1Ch 16:8 - Give thanks // call // make Give thanks : This beautiful hymn, to the 1Ch 16:22, is nearly the same as Psa 105:1-15; from the 1Ch 16:23 to the 1Ch 16:33 it accords with Psa 96:1-...

Give thanks : This beautiful hymn, to the 1Ch 16:22, is nearly the same as Psa 105:1-15; from the 1Ch 16:23 to the 1Ch 16:33 it accords with Psa 96:1-13; and the conclusion agrees with Psa. 106, with the addition of 1Ch 16:34-36. Psa 105:1-15

call : Isa 12:4; Act 9:14; 1Co 1:2

make : 1Ki 8:43; 2Ki 19:19; Psa 67:2-4, Psa 78:3-6, Psa 145:5, Psa 145:6

TSK: 1Ch 16:9 - Sing unto // psalms // talk ye Sing unto : Psa 95:1, Psa 95:2, Psa 96:1, Psa 96:2, Psa 98:1-4; Mal 3:16 psalms : Mat 26:30; Eph 5:19; Col 3:16; Jam 5:13 talk ye : Psa 40:10, Psa 71:...

TSK: 1Ch 16:10 - Glory // let the heart Glory : Psa 34:2; Isa 45:25; Jer 9:23, Jer 9:24; 1Co 1:30, 1Co 1:31 *Gr. let the heart : 1Ch 28:9; Pro 8:17; Isa 45:19, Isa 55:6, Isa 55:7; Jer 29:13;...

TSK: 1Ch 16:11 - Seek // his strength // seek his Seek : Amo 5:6; Zep 2:2, Zep 2:3 his strength : 2Ch 6:41; Psa 68:35, Psa 78:61 seek his : Psa 4:6, Psa 27:8, Psa 27:9, Psa 67:1

TSK: 1Ch 16:12 - Remember // the judgments Remember : 1Ch 16:8, 1Ch 16:9; Psa 103:2, Psa 111:4 the judgments : Psa 19:9, Psa 119:13, Psa 119:20, Psa 119:75, Psa 119:137; Rom 11:33; Rev 16:7, Re...

TSK: 1Ch 16:13 - ye seed // his chosen ye seed : Gen 17:7, Gen 28:13, Gen 28:14, Gen 35:10-12 his chosen : Exo 19:5, Exo 19:6; Deu 7:6; Psa 135:4; 1Pe 2:9

TSK: 1Ch 16:14 - the Lord // his judgments the Lord : Exo 15:2; Psa 63:1, Psa 95:7, Psa 100:3, Psa 118:28 his judgments : 1Ch 16:12; Psa 48:10, Psa 48:11, Psa 97:8, Psa 97:9

TSK: 1Ch 16:15 - ye mindful // a thousand ye mindful : Psa 25:10, Psa 44:17, Psa 105:8; Mal 4:4 a thousand : Deu 7:9

ye mindful : Psa 25:10, Psa 44:17, Psa 105:8; Mal 4:4

a thousand : Deu 7:9

TSK: 1Ch 16:16 - which he made which he made : Gen 15:18, Gen 17:2, Gen 26:3, Gen 28:13, Gen 28:14, Gen 35:11; Exo 3:15; Neh 9:8; Luk 1:72, Luk 1:73; Act 3:25; Gal 3:15-17; Heb 6:13...

TSK: 1Ch 16:17 - for a law // an everlasting for a law : Psa 78:10 an everlasting : Gen 17:7, Gen 17:8; Exo 3:17; Jos 24:11-13; 2Sa 23:5; Isa 55:3; Jer 11:2; Heb 13:20

TSK: 1Ch 16:18 - Unto thee // lot // inheritance Unto thee : Gen 12:7, Gen 13:15, Gen 17:8, Gen 28:13, Gen 28:14, Gen 35:11, Gen 35:12 lot : Heb. cord, Mic 2:5 inheritance : Num 26:53-56; Deu 32:8

Unto thee : Gen 12:7, Gen 13:15, Gen 17:8, Gen 28:13, Gen 28:14, Gen 35:11, Gen 35:12

lot : Heb. cord, Mic 2:5

inheritance : Num 26:53-56; Deu 32:8

TSK: 1Ch 16:19 - but few // a few but few : Heb. but men of number a few : Gen 34:30; Act 7:5; Heb 11:13

but few : Heb. but men of number

a few : Gen 34:30; Act 7:5; Heb 11:13

TSK: 1Ch 16:20 - they went they went : Gen 12:10, Gen 20:1, Gen 46:3, Gen 46:6

TSK: 1Ch 16:21 - He suffered // he reproved He suffered : Gen 31:24, Gen 31:29, Gen 31:42 he reproved : Gen 12:17, Gen 20:3; Exo 7:15-18, Exo 9:13-18

TSK: 1Ch 16:22 - Touch // prophets Touch : 1Ki 19:16; Psa 105:15; 1Jo 2:27 prophets : Gen 20:7, Gen 27:39, Gen 27:40, Gen 48:19, Gen 48:20, Gen 49:8-10

TSK: 1Ch 16:23 - Sing // show forth Sing : 1Ch 16:9; Psa 96:1-13; Exo 15:21; Psa 30:4; Isa 12:5 show forth : Psa 40:10, Psa 71:15; Isa 51:6-8

TSK: 1Ch 16:24 - -- 2Ki 19:19; Psa 22:27; Isa 12:2-6; Dan 4:1-3

TSK: 1Ch 16:25 - great // he also great : Psa 89:7, Psa 144:3-6; Isa 40:12-17; Rev 15:3, Rev 15:4 he also : Exo 15:11; Psa 66:3-5, Psa 76:7; Jer 5:22, Jer 10:6-10; Rev 15:4

TSK: 1Ch 16:26 - all the gods // the Lord all the gods : Lev 19:4; Psa 115:4-8; Isa 44:9-20; Jer 10:10-14; Act 19:26; 1Co 8:4 the Lord : Psa 102:25; Isa 40:26, Isa 42:5, Isa 44:24; Jer 10:11, ...

TSK: 1Ch 16:27 - Glory // strength // place Glory : Psa 8:1, Psa 16:11, Psa 63:2, Psa 63:3; Joh 17:24 strength : Psa 27:4-6, Psa 28:7, Psa 28:8, Psa 43:2-4 place : Psa 96:6

TSK: 1Ch 16:28 - Give // ye kindreds // glory Give : Psa 29:1, Psa 29:2, Psa 68:34 ye kindreds : Psa 66:1, Psa 66:2, Psa 67:4, Psa 67:7, Psa 86:8-10, Psa 98:4, Psa 100:1, Psa 100:2; Isa 11:10 glor...

TSK: 1Ch 16:29 - the glory // bring // come // the beauty the glory : Psa 89:5-8, Psa 108:3-5, Psa 148:13, Psa 148:14; Isa 6:3; Rev 4:9-11, Rev 5:12-14, Rev 7:12 bring : 1Ki 8:41-43; Psa 68:30, Psa 68:31, Psa...

TSK: 1Ch 16:30 - before him // stable before him : 1Ch 16:23, 1Ch 16:25; Psa 96:9; Rev 11:15 stable : Psa 33:9, Psa 93:1, Psa 148:5, Psa 148:6; Isa 49:8; Jer 10:12; Col 1:17; Heb 1:3

TSK: 1Ch 16:31 - Let the heavens // let the earth // The Lord Let the heavens : Psa 19:1, Psa 89:5, Psa 148:1-4; Luk 2:13, Luk 2:14, Luk 15:10 let the earth : Psa 97:1, Psa 98:4; Luk 2:10 The Lord : Psa 93:1, Psa...

TSK: 1Ch 16:32 - the sea // fields the sea : Psa 93:4, Psa 98:7 fields : Psa 98:8, Psa 148:9, Psa 148:10; Isa 44:23

TSK: 1Ch 16:33 - the trees // because the trees : Psa 96:12, Psa 96:13; Eze 17:22-24 because : Psa 98:9; 2Th 1:8, 2Th 1:10; 2Pe 3:14; Rev 11:17, Rev 11:18

TSK: 1Ch 16:34 - give thanks give thanks : 2Ch 5:13, 2Ch 7:3; Ezr 3:11; Psa 106:1, Psa 107:1, Psa 118:1, 136:1-26; Jer 33:11

TSK: 1Ch 16:35 - Save us // that we may give // glory Save us : Psa 14:7, Psa 53:6, Psa 79:9, Psa 79:10, Psa 106:47, Psa 106:48 that we may give : Psa 105:45; Isa 43:21; Eph 1:12; 1Pe 2:5, 1Pe 2:9 glory :...

TSK: 1Ch 16:36 - Blessed // said Blessed : 1Ki 8:15, 1Ki 8:56; Psa 72:18, Psa 72:19, Psa 106:48; Eph 1:3; 1Pe 1:3 said : Deu 27:15-26; Neh 8:6; Jer 28:6; 1Co 14:16

TSK: 1Ch 16:37 - before the ark // as every before the ark : 1Ch 16:4-6, 1Ch 15:17-24, 1Ch 25:1-6 as every : 2Ch 8:14; Ezr 3:4

before the ark : 1Ch 16:4-6, 1Ch 15:17-24, 1Ch 25:1-6

as every : 2Ch 8:14; Ezr 3:4

TSK: 1Ch 16:38 - Obededom // Jeduthun Obededom : 1Ch 13:14, 1Ch 26:4-8 Jeduthun : 1Ch 25:3

Obededom : 1Ch 13:14, 1Ch 26:4-8

Jeduthun : 1Ch 25:3

TSK: 1Ch 16:39 - Zadok // before // in the high Zadok : 1Ch 12:28 before : 1Ch 21:29; 2Ch 1:3, 2Ch 1:4, 2Ch 1:13 in the high : 1Ki 3:4

Zadok : 1Ch 12:28

before : 1Ch 21:29; 2Ch 1:3, 2Ch 1:4, 2Ch 1:13

in the high : 1Ki 3:4

TSK: 1Ch 16:40 - To offer // morning and evening To offer : Exo 29:38-42; Num 28:3-8; 1Ki 18:29; 2Ch 2:4, 2Ch 31:3; Ezr 3:3; Eze 46:13-15; Dan 9:21; Amo 4:4 morning and evening : Heb. in the morning ...

To offer : Exo 29:38-42; Num 28:3-8; 1Ki 18:29; 2Ch 2:4, 2Ch 31:3; Ezr 3:3; Eze 46:13-15; Dan 9:21; Amo 4:4

morning and evening : Heb. in the morning and in the evening

TSK: 1Ch 16:41 - Heman // expressed // to give Heman : 1Ch 16:37, 1Ch 6:39-47, 1Ch 25:1-6 expressed : 1Ch 12:31; Num 1:17; Ezr 8:20 to give : 1Ch 16:34; 2Ch 5:13, 2Ch 7:3, 2Ch 20:21; Ezr 3:11; Psa ...

TSK: 1Ch 16:42 - trumpets // musical instruments // porters trumpets : 2Ch 29:25-28; Psa 150:3-6 musical instruments : 1Ch 25:6; Psa 84:10 porters : Heb. for the gate

trumpets : 2Ch 29:25-28; Psa 150:3-6

musical instruments : 1Ch 25:6; Psa 84:10

porters : Heb. for the gate

TSK: 1Ch 16:43 - all the people // to bless all the people : 2Sa 6:19, 2Sa 6:20; 1Ki 8:66 to bless : Gen 18:19; Jos 24:15; Psa 101:2

all the people : 2Sa 6:19, 2Sa 6:20; 1Ki 8:66

to bless : Gen 18:19; Jos 24:15; Psa 101:2

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Poole: 1Ch 16:7 - David delivered first this psalm David delivered first this psalm whereby it is implied, that after this he delivered many other psalms successively into their hands, to be sung by t...

David delivered first this psalm whereby it is implied, that after this he delivered many other psalms successively into their hands, to be sung by them to the praise of God in his public service. See 2Sa 23:1 2Ch 29:30 . As for the matter of this psalm, I shall defer the explication of it till I come to the Book of Psalms, where we shall find it in the same words, in Ps 96 Ps 105 .

Poole: 1Ch 16:35 - Deliver us from the heathen Deliver us from the heathen: this might seem an improper and unseasonable prayer for David’ s time, when the Israelites were not yet scattered a...

Deliver us from the heathen: this might seem an improper and unseasonable prayer for David’ s time, when the Israelites were not yet scattered amongst the heathen, but indeed it was not so; partly because they had already been sadly divided by a civil war among themselves; and though they were now externally and visibly united under David, yet he might justly think that there were some who yet retained in their hearts their old leaven, their hatred of him, and their affection to Saul, which might hereafter break forth when occasion was offered, as it did, 2Sa 16:8 ; and therefore he justly prays that they may be gathered and united together in hearty love, as well as in outward show: and partly because this psalm or prayer was made by David for the use of the church, not only in that present time, but in future ages, in which David foresaw by the Spirit of prophecy, or by consideration of those ancient and sacred predictions, De 31, De 32 , that the Israelites would one time or other forsake God, and for their apostacy be dispersed among the heathens, when they should have great and particular need of this prayer.

Poole: 1Ch 16:37 - -- i.e. He appointed them their work and station there.

i.e. He appointed them their work and station there.

Poole: 1Ch 16:38 - -- Or, door-keepers , as the same Hebrew word is rendered, 1Ch 15:23,24 ; of which see the note on 1Ch 15:23 .

Or, door-keepers , as the same Hebrew word is rendered, 1Ch 15:23,24 ; of which see the note on 1Ch 15:23 .

Poole: 1Ch 16:39 - Zadok the priest Zadok the priest not the high priest, but the second and the chief priest at Gibeon, where the famous tabernacle and altar made by Moses still were, ...

Zadok the priest not the high priest, but the second and the chief priest at Gibeon, where the famous tabernacle and altar made by Moses still were, 1Ch 21:29 2Ch 1:3 ; where also the ordinary sacrifices were offered, and the stated and public worship of God was performed, as it here follows, for which the priests were placed there; as the extraordinary worship was before the ark upon great occasions, as when God was consulted, which was to be done before the ark and by the high priest, Exo 28:12,20,21,22 , who now was Abiathar; who therefore abode here with the ark, when Zadok was left at Gibeon.

Poole: 1Ch 16:41 - Who were expressed by name Who were expressed by name so exceeding careful was this good king of God’ s worship, that he would have no person employed in it but such as he...

Who were expressed by name so exceeding careful was this good king of God’ s worship, that he would have no person employed in it but such as he appointed to it, and were meant for it.

Poole: 1Ch 16:42 - Musical instruments of God Musical instruments of God i.e. appointed and appropriated to the worship and honour of God.

Musical instruments of God i.e. appointed and appropriated to the worship and honour of God.

Haydock: 1Ch 16:1 - Sacrifice // Beauty Sacrifice, of flour and wine. --- Beauty. Hebrew, "in the beauty of his sanctuary." Psalms, Come into his courts: adore ye the Lord in his holy ...

Sacrifice, of flour and wine. ---

Beauty. Hebrew, "in the beauty of his sanctuary." Psalms, Come into his courts: adore ye the Lord in his holy court.

Haydock: 1Ch 16:2 - Lord Lord, wishing them all felicity, and making them presents, like the master of a family, ver. 43, and 2 Kings vi. 18. (Calmet) --- Any superior may ...

Lord, wishing them all felicity, and making them presents, like the master of a family, ver. 43, and 2 Kings vi. 18. (Calmet) ---

Any superior may bless. (Worthington)

Haydock: 1Ch 16:3 - Oil Oil. The precise signification of the Hebrew Ashisha, is not known. (Calmet) --- Protestants, "a flagon of wine. " (Haydock) --- It denotes a...

Oil. The precise signification of the Hebrew Ashisha, is not known. (Calmet) ---

Protestants, "a flagon of wine. " (Haydock) ---

It denotes any thing "exhilarating." (Tirinus) (Du Hamel)

Haydock: 1Ch 16:4 - Appointed Appointed, as a prophet, (Haydock) or by dispensation. The high priest has supreme spiritual power, Deuteronomy xvii. 18., &c. (Worthington)

Appointed, as a prophet, (Haydock) or by dispensation. The high priest has supreme spiritual power, Deuteronomy xvii. 18., &c. (Worthington)

Haydock: 1Ch 16:5 - Zacharias // Instruments Zacharias, at the head of the second band. These played on the nable and kinnor, as the women did not sing in the tabernacle. Jahiel should be Oz...

Zacharias, at the head of the second band. These played on the nable and kinnor, as the women did not sing in the tabernacle. Jahiel should be Oziel, (chap. xv. 18., &c.; Calmet) unless he be the same person, chap. xv. 18. (Haydock) ---

Instruments. Literally, "organs." (Haydock) ---

Hebrew, "the instruments of nables." (Vatable) (Menochius)

Haydock: 1Ch 16:6 - Jaziel // Continually Jaziel. We read Eliezer, &c., chap. xv. 24. --- Continually. At the appointed times.

Jaziel. We read Eliezer, &c., chap. xv. 24. ---

Continually. At the appointed times.

Haydock: 1Ch 16:7 - Made Made. Hebrew, "gave first, to thank the Lord, into the hand of Asaph and his brethren this psalm, " (Haydock) in order the 104th; and from ver. 23 ...

Made. Hebrew, "gave first, to thank the Lord, into the hand of Asaph and his brethren this psalm, " (Haydock) in order the 104th; and from ver. 23 we find the 95th in the Psalter, with some improvements. (Tirinus)

Haydock: 1Ch 16:11 - Power Power. The ark was frequently the instrument of God's power; and his people are exhorted to present themselves to pray before it. (Calmet) --- God...

Power. The ark was frequently the instrument of God's power; and his people are exhorted to present themselves to pray before it. (Calmet) ---

God seemed to dwell there, and often displayed his wonders. (Du Hamel)

Haydock: 1Ch 16:13 - Israel Israel. In Psalm civ., Abraham.

Israel. In Psalm civ., Abraham.

Haydock: 1Ch 16:22 - Prophets Prophets. The ancient patriarchs ruled their families as kings, and directed them by word and example, like the most holy prophets. (Calmet) --- B...

Prophets. The ancient patriarchs ruled their families as kings, and directed them by word and example, like the most holy prophets. (Calmet) ---

Both are frequently styled anointed. (Haydock)

Haydock: 1Ch 16:27 - Place Place. In Psalm xcv. 6., holiness and majesty in his sanctuary. Hebrew, "strength and beauty in," &c. God is served in his tabernacle with piety...

Place. In Psalm xcv. 6., holiness and majesty in his sanctuary. Hebrew, "strength and beauty in," &c. God is served in his tabernacle with piety.

Haydock: 1Ch 16:30 - Presence Presence. Here the psalm adds, say ye among, as [in] ver. 31.

Presence. Here the psalm adds, say ye among, as [in] ver. 31.

Haydock: 1Ch 16:35 - And say And say, &c., is not in the psalm; and it seems not to agree with the flourishing state of David's kingdom: yet he might speak with the spirit of pro...

And say, &c., is not in the psalm; and it seems not to agree with the flourishing state of David's kingdom: yet he might speak with the spirit of prophecy, or with that all his subjects might live in happiness and concord under him. (Calmet) ---

Others think that Esdras inserted these verses to be sung in the second temple, (Lyranus; Estius) when many still remained in captivity. Yet them may refer to the time of Christ. (Du Hamel)

Haydock: 1Ch 16:36 - And And sing. Hebrew, "and Alleluia," or, "all....said, (or shall say) truth and praise be to the Lord."

And sing. Hebrew, "and Alleluia," or, "all....said, (or shall say) truth and praise be to the Lord."

Haydock: 1Ch 16:39 - Sadoc Sadoc was to minister at Gabaon, with Heman, Idithun, &c., while Abiathar, Asaph, &c., officiated at Jerusalem. (Calmet) --- This regulation contin...

Sadoc was to minister at Gabaon, with Heman, Idithun, &c., while Abiathar, Asaph, &c., officiated at Jerusalem. (Calmet) ---

This regulation continued till towards the end of David's reign, (Haydock) when fresh orders were given, chap. xxiii., &c. We find Abiathar and Sadoc were both at Jerusalem, when David was obliged to flee, 2 Kings xv. 24., and 3 Kings i. 7. The altar at Gabaon continued some time longer, 3 Kings iii. 3.

Haydock: 1Ch 16:43 - Bless Bless, or feast, (Du Hamel) with his family, on part of the sacred victims. (Haydock)

Bless, or feast, (Du Hamel) with his family, on part of the sacred victims. (Haydock)

Gill: 1Ch 16:1-3 - So they brought the ark of God So they brought the ark of God,.... What is contained in these three verses is the same with 2Sa 6:17, see the notes there. See Gill on 2Sa 6:17. See ...

So they brought the ark of God,.... What is contained in these three verses is the same with 2Sa 6:17, see the notes there. See Gill on 2Sa 6:17. See Gill on 2Sa 6:18. See Gill on 2Sa 6:19.

Gill: 1Ch 16:4 - And he appointed certain of the Levites to minister before the ark of the Lord // and to record // and to thank and praise the Lord God of Israel And he appointed certain of the Levites to minister before the ark of the Lord,.... By singing the praises of God: and to record; or bring to remem...

And he appointed certain of the Levites to minister before the ark of the Lord,.... By singing the praises of God:

and to record; or bring to remembrance; to commemorate in a song the great and good things God had done for Israel as a people:

and to thank and praise the Lord God of Israel; for all his benefits, and the blessings of his goodness bestowed on them.

Gill: 1Ch 16:5 - Asaph the chief // and next to him Zechariah, Jeiel, Shemiramoth, and Jehiel, and Mattithiah, and Eliab, and Benaiah, and Obededom, and Jeiel, with psalteries, and with harps // but Asaph made a sound with cymbals Asaph the chief,.... Of those that were now appointed: otherwise, of the three principal singers, Heman was the chief, and Asaph next, 1Ch 6:33. an...

Asaph the chief,.... Of those that were now appointed: otherwise, of the three principal singers, Heman was the chief, and Asaph next, 1Ch 6:33.

and next to him Zechariah, Jeiel, Shemiramoth, and Jehiel, and Mattithiah, and Eliab, and Benaiah, and Obededom, and Jeiel, with psalteries, and with harps; to play upon them before the ark at the same time the psalms and songs were vocally sung; the above persons are such as are named before, 1Ch 15:18,

but Asaph made a sound with cymbals; he struck and played upon them, see 1Ch 15:19.

Gill: 1Ch 16:6 - Benaiah also and Jahaziel the priests // with trumpets continually before the ark of the covenant of the Lord Benaiah also and Jahaziel the priests,.... These were appointed to blow with trumpets continually before the ark of the covenant of the Lord; morni...

Benaiah also and Jahaziel the priests,.... These were appointed to blow

with trumpets continually before the ark of the covenant of the Lord; morning and evening.

Gill: 1Ch 16:7-34 - Then on that day // David delivered first this psalm to thank the Lord into the hand of Asaph and his brethren Then on that day,.... The ark was brought to Zion, and the above persons appointed to minister before it: David delivered first this psalm to thank...

Then on that day,.... The ark was brought to Zion, and the above persons appointed to minister before it:

David delivered first this psalm to thank the Lord into the hand of Asaph and his brethren to be sung by them now, and on every proper occasion; and this seems to be the first that was delivered to them; afterwards there were many more, as the titles of the psalms show; the following is composed of part of two others, as they now stand in the book of Psalms. From hence, to the end of 1Ch 16:22 is the same with Psa 105:1, with a little variation, see the notes there; and from thence to the end of 1Ch 16:33 is Psa 96:1 which see; and 1Ch 16:34 is the same with Psa 106:1, see the notes there. See Gill on Psa 106:1, Psa 107:1, Psa 105:1, Psa 105:2, Psa 105:3, Psa 105:4, Psa 105:5, Psa 105:6, Psa 105:7, Psa 105:8, Psa 105:9, Psa 105:10, Psa 105:11,on Psa 105:12, Psa 105:13, Psa 105:14,on Psa 105:15

Gill: 1Ch 16:35-36 - And say ye, save us, O God of our salvation And say ye, save us, O God of our salvation,.... The author of temporal, spiritual, and eternal salvation; the words are a direction to the singers, a...

And say ye, save us, O God of our salvation,.... The author of temporal, spiritual, and eternal salvation; the words are a direction to the singers, and those that sung with them, to express the prayer and doxology in the next verse, which both are the same with Psa 106:47. See Gill on Psa 106:47, Psa 106:48; which David directed by a spirit of prophecy, foreseeing the people of Israel would be in captivity among the Heathens; though some think these were added by Ezra; for though there was in his time a return from the captivity, yet many still remained in it.

Gill: 1Ch 16:37 - So he left there, before the ark of the covenant of the Lord, Asaph and his brethren // to minister before the ark continually // as every day's work required So he left there, before the ark of the covenant of the Lord, Asaph and his brethren,.... Whom he, that is, David, had appointed for the service of it...

So he left there, before the ark of the covenant of the Lord, Asaph and his brethren,.... Whom he, that is, David, had appointed for the service of it:

to minister before the ark continually; in singing the praises of God:

as every day's work required; at the time of the morning and evening sacrifice, as Jarchi and Kimchi interpret it.

Gill: 1Ch 16:38 - Obededom also the son of Jeduthun // and Hosah to be porters The Levites, the brethren of Asaph and Obededom, these were left before the ark to minister there: Obededom also the son of Jeduthun; or Ethan, whi...

The Levites, the brethren of Asaph and Obededom, these were left before the ark to minister there:

Obededom also the son of Jeduthun; or Ethan, which some take to be another Obededom; but the ו, "vau" may be explanative, "even Obededom":

and Hosah to be porters; these he left to be doorkeepers of the ark.

Gill: 1Ch 16:39 - And Zadok the priest, and his brethren the priests // to be before the tabernacle of the Lord, in the high place that was at Gibeon And Zadok the priest, and his brethren the priests,.... These he left, having appointed them to be before the tabernacle of the Lord, in the high p...

And Zadok the priest, and his brethren the priests,.... These he left, having appointed them

to be before the tabernacle of the Lord, in the high place that was at Gibeon; namely, the tabernacle of Moses, which was removed from Nob thither in the days of Saul, and continued there to the times of Solomon, 1Ch 21:28.

Gill: 1Ch 16:40 - To offer burnt offerings unto the Lord // upon the altar of burnt offering continually morning and evening // and to do according to all that is written in the law of the Lord, which he commanded Israel To offer burnt offerings unto the Lord,.... Which was the work of the priests only to do: upon the altar of burnt offering continually morning and ...

To offer burnt offerings unto the Lord,.... Which was the work of the priests only to do:

upon the altar of burnt offering continually morning and evening; the lambs of the daily sacrifice, which were a burnt offering, and only to be offered on the brasen altar at the tabernacle:

and to do according to all that is written in the law of the Lord, which he commanded Israel; with regard to them, and all other sacrifices, see Exo 29:38.

Gill: 1Ch 16:41 - And with them // he left Heman and Jeduthun // and the rest that were chosen, who were expressed by name // to give thanks to the Lord, because his mercy endureth for ever And with them,.... That is, with Zadok, and the priests with him at Gibeon: he left Heman and Jeduthun: or Ethan, two principal singers: and the...

And with them,.... That is, with Zadok, and the priests with him at Gibeon:

he left Heman and Jeduthun: or Ethan, two principal singers:

and the rest that were chosen, who were expressed by name; see 1Ch 16:18.

to give thanks to the Lord, because his mercy endureth for ever; to praise him for his benefits, flowing from his grace and mercy continually.

Gill: 1Ch 16:42 - And with them Heman and Jeduthun, with trumpets and cymbals // for those that should make a sound // and with musical instruments of God // and the sons of Jeduthun were porters And with them Heman and Jeduthun, with trumpets and cymbals,.... Or with them were the trumpets and cymbals, as Kimchi; or, as Piscator supplies it, w...

And with them Heman and Jeduthun, with trumpets and cymbals,.... Or with them were the trumpets and cymbals, as Kimchi; or, as Piscator supplies it, with them he "left" the trumpets and cymbals:

for those that should make a sound; by striking upon them:

and with musical instruments of God; sacred ones, such as were devoted to his service, as psalteries and harps; the Syriac and Arabic versions carry the sense of the words quite differently, that these men did not sing with those musical instruments, but with a pleasant voice, and with pure and acceptable prayers, in humility and uprightness, glorified God:

and the sons of Jeduthun were porters; at the tabernacle in Gibeon.

Gill: 1Ch 16:43 - And all the people departed, every man to his house // and David returned to bless his house And all the people departed, every man to his house,.... Having accompanied the ark to its place, and having praised the Lord for it, and been refresh...

And all the people departed, every man to his house,.... Having accompanied the ark to its place, and having praised the Lord for it, and been refreshed with food, see 2Sa 6:19.

and David returned to bless his house; his family; the Targum is,"to bless the people;''see 2Sa 6:20.

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NET Notes: 1Ch 16:1 Or “tokens of peace”; NIV “fellowship offerings.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:11 Heb “face.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:12 Heb “and the judgments of his mouth.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:13 Heb “his”; the referent (God) has been specified in the translation for clarity.

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:14 Heb “in all the earth [are] his judgments.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:15 Heb “[the] word he commanded.” The text refers here to God’s unconditional covenantal promise to Abraham and the patriarchs, as vv. ...

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:16 Heb “his oath to Isaac.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:17 Or “eternal covenant.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:20 Heb “and from a kingdom to another nation.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:22 The word “saying” is supplied in the translation for clarification and for stylistic reasons.

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:23 Heb “from day to day.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:24 The verb “tell” is understood by ellipsis (note the preceding line).

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:25 Or “feared above.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:26 Or “the sky” (also in v. 31). The Hebrew term שָׁמַיִם (shamayim) may be translated “...

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:27 Heb “strength and joy [are] in his place.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:29 Or “in holy splendor.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:31 Heb “let them say among the nations.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:34 Or “is eternal.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:35 Heb “to boast in your praise.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:36 This is the Hebrew term אָמֵן (’amen, “surely”), traditionally transliterated “amen.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:37 Heb “according to the matter of the day in its day.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:39 Or “high place.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:40 Heb “which he commanded Israel.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:41 Perhaps this refers to the refrain of their songs of praise (see Ps 136). In this case one could translate, “to give thanks to the Lord with son...

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:42 Heb “and with them, Heman and Jeduthun, trumpets and cymbals for sounding, and the instrument of song of God, and the sons of Jeduthun [were] at...

NET Notes: 1Ch 16:43 Heb “to bless his house.” Elsewhere when “house” is the object of “bless,” it refers to a household or family. See...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:2 And when David had made an end of offering the burnt offerings and the peace offerings, he ( a ) blessed the people in the name of the LORD. ( a ) He...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:4 And he appointed [certain] of the Levites to minister before the ark of the LORD, and to ( b ) record, and to thank and praise the LORD God of Israel:...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:7 Then on that day David ( c ) delivered first [this psalm] to thank the LORD into the hand of Asaph and his brethren. ( c ) David gave them this Psalm...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:8 Give thanks unto the LORD, call upon his name, make known his ( d ) deeds among the people. ( d ) Of which this is the chiefest, that he has chosen h...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:9 Sing unto him, sing psalms unto him, talk ye of all his ( e ) wondrous works. ( e ) Who of his wonderful providence has chosen a few of the stock of ...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:12 Remember his marvellous works that he hath done, his wonders, and the ( f ) judgments of his mouth; ( f ) In overcoming Pharaoh, which judgments were...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:13 O ye seed of Israel his servant, ye children of Jacob, his ( g ) chosen ones. ( g ) Meaning by this that the promise of adoption only belongs to the ...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:19 When ye were but ( h ) few, even a few, and strangers in it. ( h ) Meaning, from the time that Abraham entered, to the time that Jacob went into Egyp...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:21 He suffered no man to do them wrong: yea, he reproved ( i ) kings for their sakes, ( i ) As Pharaoh and Abimelech.

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:22 [Saying], Touch not mine ( k ) anointed, and do my ( l ) prophets no harm. ( k ) My elect and those whom I have sanctified. ( l ) To whom God declar...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:26 For all the gods of the people [are] ( m ) idols: but the LORD made the heavens. ( m ) His strong faith appears in this, though all the world would f...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:30 ( n ) Fear before him, all the earth: the world also shall be stable, that it be not moved. ( n ) Humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God.

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:31 Let the ( o ) heavens be glad, and let the earth rejoice: and let [men] say among the nations, The LORD reigneth. ( o ) He exhorts the dumb creatures...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:33 Then shall the trees of the wood sing out at the presence of the LORD, because he cometh to ( p ) judge the earth. ( p ) To restore all things to the...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:35 And say ye, Save us, O God of our salvation, and gather us together, and deliver us from the heathen, that we may give thanks to thy holy name, [and] ...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:36 Blessed [be] the LORD God of Israel for ever and ever. And all the people said, ( r ) Amen, and praised the LORD. ( r ) He wills all the people both ...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:41 And with ( s ) them Heman and Jeduthun, and the rest that were chosen, who were expressed by name, to give thanks to the LORD, because his mercy [endu...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 16:43 And all the people departed every man to his house: and David returned to ( t ) bless his house. ( t ) Declaring that after our duty to God we are ch...

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MHCC: 1Ch 16:1-6 - --Though God's word and ordinances may be clouded and eclipsed for a time, they shall shine out of obscurity. This was but a tent, a humble dwelling, ye...

MHCC: 1Ch 16:7-36 - --Let God be glorified in our praises. Let others be edified and taught, that strangers to him may be led to adore him. Let us ourselves triumph and tru...

MHCC: 1Ch 16:37-43 - --The worship of God ought to be the work of every day. David put it into order. At Jerusalem, where the ark was, Asaph and his brethren were to ministe...

Matthew Henry: 1Ch 16:1-6 - -- It was a glorious day when the ark of God was safely lodged in the tent David had pitched for it. That good man had his heart much upon it, could no...

Matthew Henry: 1Ch 16:7-36 - -- We have here the thanksgiving psalm which David, by the Spirit, composed, and delivered to the chief musician, to be sung upon occasion of the publi...

Matthew Henry: 1Ch 16:37-43 - -- The worship of God is not only to be the work of a solemn day now and then, brought in to grace a triumph; but it ought to be the work of every day....

Keil-Delitzsch: 1Ch 16:1-3 - -- The religious festival, and the arrangement of the sacred service before the ark of the covenant in the city of David . - This section is not found...

Keil-Delitzsch: 1Ch 16:4-6 - -- When the solemnity of the transfer of the ark, the sacrificial meal, and the dismissal of the people with a blessing, and a distribution of food, we...

Keil-Delitzsch: 1Ch 16:7 - -- On that day David first committed it to Asaph and his sons to give thanks to Jahve. נתן is to be connected with בּיד , which is separated fr...

Keil-Delitzsch: 1Ch 16:8-36 - -- This hymn forms a connected and uniform whole. Beginning with a summons to praise the Lord, and to seek His face (1Ch 16:8-11), the singer exhorts h...

Keil-Delitzsch: 1Ch 16:37-43 - -- Division of the Levites for the management of the public worship . - At the same time as he set up the ark in the tent erected for it on Mount Zion...

Constable: 1Ch 10:1--29:30 - --II. THE REIGN OF DAVID chs. 10--29 In all of Chronicles the writer assumed his readers' acquaintance with the ot...

Constable: 1Ch 13:1--16:43 - --D. David and the Ark chs. 13-16 "In the Chronicler's eyes David's reign consisted of two great religious...

Constable: 1Ch 15:16--16:7 - --4. The joy produced by God's presence 15:16-16:6 David provided for a full orchestra and choir t...

Constable: 1Ch 16:7-43 - --5. David's concern for the universal worship of Yahweh 16:7-43 This hymn (vv. 8-36) was probably...

Guzik: 1Ch 16:1-43 - David's Psalm of Thanks 1 Chronicles 16 - David's Psalm of Thanks A. The ark is brought into the prepared tent. 1. (1-3) David gives the assembly a feast. So they brought...

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JFB: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) THE FIRST AND SECOND BOOKS OF CHRONICLES were also considered as one by the ancient Jews, who called them "words of days," that is, diaries or journal...

JFB: 1 Chronicles (Garis Besar) ADAM'S LINE TO NOAH. (1Ch. 1:1-23) SHEM'S LINE TO ABRAHAM. (1Ch 1:24-28) SONS OF ISHMAEL. (1Ch 1:29-31) SONS OF KETURAH. (1Ch 1:32-33) POSTERITY OF A...

TSK: 1 Chronicles 16 (Pendahuluan Pasal) Overview 1Ch 16:1, David’s festival sacrifice; 1Ch 16:4, He orders a choir to sing thanksgiving; 1Ch 16:7, The psalm of thanksgiving; 1Ch 16:37,...

Poole: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) FIRST BOOK OF THE CHRONICLES THE ARGUMENT THESE Books of the CHRONICLES are not the same which are so called, 1Ki 14:19 , and elsewhere, (because...

Poole: 1 Chronicles 16 (Pendahuluan Pasal) CHRONICLES CHAPTER 16 David’ s festival sacrifice and alms. The psalm of thanksgiving sung by a choir, and the people said, Amen, 1Ch 16:1-36 ...

MHCC: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) The books of Chronicles are, in a great measure, repetitions of what is in the books of Samuel and of the Kings, yet there are some excellent useful t...

MHCC: 1 Chronicles 16 (Pendahuluan Pasal) (1Ch 16:1-6) The solemnity with which the ark was fixed. (v. 7-36) David's psalm of praise. (1Ch 16:37-43) Setting in order the worship of God.

Matthew Henry: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) An Exposition, with Practical Observations, of The First Book of Chronicles In common things repetition is thought needless and nauseous; but, in sacr...

Matthew Henry: 1 Chronicles 16 (Pendahuluan Pasal) This chapter concludes that great affair of the settlement of the ark in the royal city, and with it the settlement of the public worship of God du...

Constable: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) Introduction Title The earliest Hebrew title for the Books of Chronicles translates as...

Constable: 1 Chronicles (Garis Besar) Outline I. Israel's historical roots chs. 1-9 A. The lineage of David chs. 1-3 ...

Constable: 1 Chronicles 1 Chronicles Bibliography Ackroyd, Peter R. I and II Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah. London: SCM Press, 1973. ...

Haydock: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) THE FIRST BOOK OF PARALIPOMENON. INTRODUCTION. These Books are called by the Greek Interpreters, Paralipomenon; ( Greek: Paraleipomenon, ) tha...

Gill: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) INTRODUCTION TO 1 CHRONICLES This and the following book were reckoned by the Jews as one book, as appears by the Masoretic note at the end of the ...

Gill: 1 Chronicles 16 (Pendahuluan Pasal) INTRODUCTION TO 1 CHRONICLES 16 This chapter relates that David offered sacrifices when the ark was brought into his city, 1Ch 16:1 who were the si...

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