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The King of Glory Entering Zion.

A Psalm of David.

1 The earth R642 is the LORD'S, and all F223 it contains,

The world, R643 and those who dwell in it.

2 For He has founded R644 it upon the seas

And established it upon the rivers.

3 Who may ascend R645 into the hill R646 of the LORD?

And who may stand in His holy place? R647

4 He who has clean R648 hands and a pure R649 heart,

Who has not lifted R650 up his soul to F224 falsehood

And has not sworn R651 deceitfully.

5 He shall receive a blessing R652 from the LORD

And righteousness R653 F225 from the God of his salvation.

6 This F226 is the generation of those who seek R654 Him,

Who seek Your face--even Jacob. Selah. F227

7 Lift R655 up your heads, O gates,

And be lifted up, O ancient F228 doors,

That the King of glory R656 may come in!

8 Who is the King of glory?

The LORD strong R657 and mighty,

The LORD mighty R658 in battle.

9 Lift up your heads, O gates,

And lift them up, O ancient F229 doors,

That the King of glory R659 may come in!

10 Who is this King of glory?

The LORD of hosts, R660

He is the King of glory. Selah.


FOOTNOTES:
F223: Or did not
F224: Lit A seed
F225: Or do
F226: Lit waters of rest
F227: Lit tracks
F228: Or valley of deep darkness
F229: Or harm

CROSS REFERENCES:
R642: 1 Corinthians 10:26
R643: Psalms 89:11
R644: Psalms 104:3,5; 136:6
R645: Psalms 15:1
R646: Psalms 2:6
R647: Psalms 65:4
R648: Job 1:17:9; Psalms 22:30; 26:6
R649: Psalms 51:10; 73:1; Matthew 5:8
R650: Ezekiel 18:15
R651: Psalms 15:4
R652: Psalms 115:13
R653: Psalms 36:10
R654: Psalms 27:4,8
R655: Psalms 118:20; Isaiah 26:2
R656: Psalms 29:2,9; 97:6; Acts 7:2; 1 Corinthians 2:8
R657: Deuteronomy 4:34; Psalms 96:7
R658: Exodus 15:3,6; Psalms 76:3-6
R659: Psalms 26:8; 57:11
R660: Genesis 32:2; Joshua 5:14; 2 Samuel 5:10; Nehemiah 9:6

 
 

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