The Chief Musician Or, Studies in the Psalms, and Their Titles
Cosimo, Inc., 2006 M12 1 - 332 páginas
One of the most respected Bible scholars of the 19th century, British clergyman ETHELBERT WILLIAM BULLINGER (1837-1913) here brings new beauty and meaning to the songs of the Bible, the Psalms, through new translations of their titles, which hold secret significance, if only you know how to interpret them. Religious musicians, Hebrew scholars, and readers of the Bible in any language will find their understanding of Scripture greatly enhanced by this unique work. _______________________ ALSO FROM COSIMO Bullinger's translation of The Book of Job
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Ahaz Araunah Assyria Bible blessing called Chief Musician Chron Codices connection contrast covenant Day-dawn Degrees deliverance Divine earth enemies Feast Feast of Weeks fifteen Psalms Ginsburg's Gittite God's hand heart heaven Hence Hezekiah Higgaion Higher Criticism House of Jehovah instruments Isaiah Israel Jebusites Jehovah hath Jerusalem Judah judgment king of Assyria Kings xix Lord meaning musical Muth-labben neginah Neginoth Obed-Edom Ophel Passover peace praise prayer Psalm of David Psalm viii Psalm xlvi Psalm-Titles reference rendered righteous Scripture Second Selah seen Sennacherib Septuagint Sheminith sing Solomon song Songs of Degrees stands stringed instruments Structure of Psalm Tabernacle Temple thee thine Thirtle Thirtle's Thou hast three Psalms translated trouble trust in Jehovah truth unto verses Versions Vulgate wicked word worship xlvii xviii xxiv xxxii xxxviii