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Mazmur 95:3-5

Konteks

95:3 For the Lord is a great God,

a great king who is superior to 1  all gods.

95:4 The depths of the earth are in his hand, 2 

and the mountain peaks belong to him.

95:5 The sea is his, for he made it.

His hands formed the dry land.

Mazmur 99:1

Konteks
Psalm 99 3 

99:1 The Lord reigns!

The nations tremble. 4 

He sits enthroned above the winged angels; 5 

the earth shakes. 6 

Mazmur 99:5

Konteks

99:5 Praise 7  the Lord our God!

Worship 8  before his footstool!

He is holy!

Mazmur 99:9

Konteks

99:9 Praise 9  the Lord our God!

Worship on his holy hill,

for the Lord our God is holy!

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[95:3]  1 tn Heb “above.”

[95:4]  2 tn The phrase “in his hand” means within the sphere of his authority.

[99:1]  3 sn Psalm 99. The psalmist celebrates the Lord’s just rule and recalls how he revealed himself to Israel’s leaders.

[99:1]  4 tn The prefixed verbal forms in v. 1 are understood here as indicating the nations’ characteristic response to the reality of the Lord’s kingship. Another option is to take them as jussives: “let the nations tremble…let the earth shake!”

[99:1]  5 sn Winged angels (Heb “cherubs”). Cherubs, as depicted in the OT, possess both human and animal (lion, ox, and eagle) characteristics (see Ezek 1:10; 10:14, 21; 41:18). They are pictured as winged creatures (Exod 25:20; 37:9; 1 Kgs 6:24-27; Ezek 10:8, 19) and serve as the very throne of God when the ark of the covenant is in view (Ps 99:1; see Num 7:89; 1 Sam 4:4; 2 Sam 6:2; 2 Kgs 19:15). The picture of the Lord seated on the cherubs suggests they might be used by him as a vehicle, a function they carry out in Ezek 1:22-28 (the “living creatures” mentioned here are identified as cherubs in Ezek 10:20). In Ps 18:10 the image of a cherub serves to personify the wind.

[99:1]  6 tn The Hebrew verb נוּט (nut) occurs only here in the OT, but the meaning can be determined on the basis of the parallelism with רָגַז (ragaz, “tremble”) and evidence from the cognate languages (see H. R. Cohen, Biblical Hapax Legomena [SBLDS], 121).

[99:5]  7 tn Or “exalt.”

[99:5]  8 tn Or “bow down.”

[99:9]  9 tn Or “exalt.”



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