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1 The Psalms Gods Songbook of Life!

2 Seven Hebrew Words forPraise

3 7 Hebrew Words for Praise O Our Disability in Comprehension is very often our Inability in Obedience! Isaiah 5:13; Hosea 4:6; 2 Timothy 2:7; Psalm 47:7; 1 Corinthians 14:14-15 Why Study the Original Bible Languages? B Bible translation is a lifetime job (Old Testament Hebrew & New Testament Greek) Translation can never be word-for-word especially with rich languages like Hebrew and Greek. Websters Dictionary Reference 1) to set a price on something or to appraise 2) to commend the worth of 3) to laud the glory of (God, etc.), as in song or writing 4) express approval or admiration of 5) a eulogy formal speech or writing giving praise and honor to someone of importance

4 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH 2. BARAK 3. YADAH 4. TOWDAH 5. HILLUWL (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) (baw-rak) (#1288) (Used 322x) (yaw-daw) (#3034) (Used 114x) (to-daw) (#8426) (Used 28x) (hil-lool) (#1974) (Used 3x) 6. TEHILLAH 7. HALAL (teh-hil-law) (#8416) (Used 56x) (haw-lal) (#1984) (Used 160x) Our Disability in Comprehension is very often our Inability in Obedience!

5 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) To address someone in extremely loud tone. To pacify or to shut someone s mouth by speaking with loud expression to adulate – Shebach (sheb-akh) (#7624) – variation of shabach Psalm 63:3 – Because thy lovingkindness is better than life, my lips shall praise thee. Psalm 63:3 – Because thy lovingkindness is better than life, my lips shall praise thee. to flatter, praise too highly, praise extravagantly Translated into English as: Praise – Psalm 106:47 Daniel 4:34 Triumph –, 145:4; 147:12 To Make Still – Psalm 46:9; 65:7; 89:9 Psalm 117:1 (Compare Psalm 8:2 with Matthew 21:16)

6 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) Matthew 21:16 And said unto Him, Hearest Thou what these say? And Jesus saith unto them,Yea; have ye never read: Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings Thou hast perfected praise? Psalm 8:2 Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength because of thine enemies, that thou mightest still [7623 Shabach] the enemy and the avenger. To pacify or to shut someone s mouth by speaking with loud expression

7 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) What is a Joyful Noise ? Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing. ( Psalm 100) To pacify or to shut someones mouth by speaking with loud expression Joyful Noise see also: Psalm 66:1; 81:1; 95:1; 98:4,6 Joyful Noise #7321 Ruwa to split the ears (with sound), i.e. shout (for alarm or joy)

8 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) What is a Joyful Noise ? Blessed is the people that know the joyful sound : they shall walk, O Lord, in the light of thy countenance. ( Psalm 89:15) To pacify or to shut someones mouth by speaking with loud expression Joyful Sound #8643 teruw`ah shouting, an alarm, clamor blow an alarm, sound a signal an extremely loud war cry!

9 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) Let Israel rejoice in Him that made him: let the children of Zion be joyful in their King. Psalm 149:2 rejoice #8055 samach to brighten up, to be gleesome joyful #1523 giyl to spin round, and jump up and down (under the influence of any violent emotion), i.e. usually meaning to rejoice extremely In the Mind of God Noisy is Good!!

10 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) Let the saints be joyful in glory: let them sing aloud upon their beds. Psalm 149:5 joyful #5937 alaz to jump for joy, i.e. to exult sing aloud #7442 ranan to creak or emit a stridulous sound, In Websters Dictionary stridulous = shrill, grating sound or noise i.e. to shout (usually for joy) In the Mind of GodNoisy is Good!!

11 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) Let the high praises of God be in their mouth, and a two-edged sword in their hand. Psalm 149:5 high praises #7319 rowmemah a rising up, i.e., exaltation mouth #1627 garown from the throat, a deep, harsh guttural sound In the Mind of GodNoisy is Good!!

12 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) Isaiah 13:3 mighty ones #1368 gibbowr powerful, warrior, tyrant anger #639 aph the nostril; as in hard and rapid breathing in passion of furious rage In the Mind of GodNoisy is Good!! I have commanded my sanctified ones, I have also called my mighty ones for mine anger, even them that rejoice in my highness. rejoice #5937 alaz to jump for joy I have commanded my holy ones; I have summoned my warriors to carry out my wrath - those who rejoice in my triumph. (NIV)

13 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 2. Barak (baw-rak) (#1288) (Used 322x) (Literally) – to kneel down Man blessing God (act of adoration) Translated into English as: Congratulate – 1 Samuel 13:10 1 Chronicles 18:10 Salute – Bless (man blessing God) – Psalm 34:1 God blessing Man (act of bestowing benefit) Kneel Down – Psalm 95:6 Bless (God blessing man) – Psalm 68:19Genesis 12:1-2 Psalm 103:1 Judges 5:2 – Praise ye the LORD for the avenging of Israel, when the people willingly offered themselves. Judges 5:2 – Praise ye the LORD for the avenging of Israel, when the people willingly offered themselves.

14 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 3. Yadah (yaw-daw) (#3034) (Used 114x)` Psalm 86:12 – I will praise thee, O Lord my God, with all my heart: and I will glorify thy name for evermore. Psalm 86:12 – I will praise thee, O Lord my God, with all my heart: and I will glorify thy name for evermore. from Yad [#3027] = the open hand to extend the hand, to hail someone to throw (a stone), to shoot (an arrow) to worship with extended hands signal to catch someone's attention

15 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 3. Yadah (yaw-daw) (#3034) (Used 114x) Confess – Lev. 16:21; Dan. 9:20; Psalm 32:5; Prov 28:13 Jer. 50:14 Shoot, cast or throw – from Yad [#3027] = the open hand to extend the hand, to hail someone to throw (a stone), to shoot (an arrow) to worship with extended hands Translated into English as: signal to catch someone's attention Genesis 29:35 Thank – 1 Chron. 16:4; 23:30; 25:3; 2 Chron. 5:13; 7:6 Praise – Psalm 44:8; 86:12; 107:7; Psalm 26:7; *30:12* ; 35:18; 100:4; 106:1; 107:1 (idea of motion or action, ie., giving) Lamentations 3:53 Psalm 9:1; 33:2; 42:5,11; 43:4,5

16 7 Hebrew Words for Praise Psalm 30:12 To the end that my glory may sing praise to thee, and not be silent. O Lord my God, I will give thanks [yadah] unto thee for ever. Acts 2:26 Therefore did my heart rejoice, and my tongue was glad; moreover also my flesh shall rest in hope. Psalm 16:9 Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory rejoiceth: my flesh also shall rest in hope. Psalm 30:12 To the end that * my glory * may sing praise to thee, and not be silent. O Lord my God, I will give thanks [yadah] unto thee for ever. Psalm 16:9 Therefore my heart is glad, and * my glory * rejoiceth: my flesh also shall rest in hope. Peter quotes Psalm 16:9 in Acts 2:26 Therefore did my heart rejoice, and * my tongue * was glad; moreover also my flesh shall rest in hope. my glory my tongue In Gods Mind: We glorify God with our Tongue! Psalm 57:7-8 (also Psalm 108:1-2) My heart is fixed, O God, my heart is fixed: I will sing and give praise. 8 Awake up, *my glory* ; awake, psaltery and harp: I myself will awake early.

17 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 4. Towdah (to -daw) (#8426) (Used 28x) Literally, an extension of the hand [yad=hand] Worship by formal presentation of praise, thanksgiving, especially as by a choir. Psalm 50:23 – Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me: and to him that ordereth his conversation aright will I shew the salvation of God. Psalm 50:23 – Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me: and to him that ordereth his conversation aright will I shew the salvation of God. Translated into English as: Joshua 7:19; Ezra 10:11 Confession – 2 Chronicles 29:31; Psalm 42:4; 69:30; 95:2; *100:4* ; 107:22100:4 Praise – Psalm 42:4; 56:12; Jeremiah. 17:26; 33:11; Shouts of jubilation and thanksgiving An avowal or formal confession Lev. 22:29; Neh. 12:27,31,38 (choirs) Thanksgiving –

18 7 Hebrew Words for Praise Psalm 100:4 Enter into His gates with (1) thanksgiving, and into His courts with (2) praise : be (3) thankful unto Him, and (4) bless His name. (1) thanksgiving (2) praise (3) thankful (4) bless #8426 – towdah #8416 – tehillah #3034 – yadah #1288 – barak Most number of Hebrew Praise Words in one single verse!

19 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 5. Hilluwl (hil-lool) (#1974) (Used 2x) A celebration of thanksgiving especially during the harvest time! Can also be translated as a Joyous Festival Leviticus 19:24 – But in the fourth year all the fruit thereof shall be holy to praise the Lord withal. Leviticus 19:24 – But in the fourth year all the fruit thereof shall be holy to praise the Lord withal. Translated into English as: Merry – Leviticus 19:24 Praise – Judges 9:27 Formed from Halal (#1984) which will be our final Hebrew word for praise

20 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 6. Tehillah (te-hil-lah) (#8416) (Used 56x) Exo. 15:11 – Who is like unto Thee, O Lord, among the gods? who is like Thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders? Exo. 15:11 – Who is like unto Thee, O Lord, among the gods? who is like Thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders? Translated into English as: Praise together with singing or songs– 2 Chron. 20:22; Neh. 12:46; Psalm 40:3; 106:12,47; 147:1; 149:1 Praise – Deut. 10:21; Psalm 22:3,25; 33:1; 34:1; 48:10 Formed from Halal (#1984) which will be our final Hebrew word for praise Literally means a hymn praise – it is used together with song of or singing Tehillah is the Hebrew title for Psalms 51:15; 66:2,8; 78:4; 145:21; Isaiah 42:10; 43:21; 60:18; 61:3 ; 62:7

21 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 7. Halal (ha-lal) (#1984) (Used 160x) Hallelujah literally: Halal to Jehovah Psalm 150:6 – Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord [Hallelujah]. Commend – Genesis 12:15; Proverbs 12:8 Translated as Commend or Praise (91x) King David – Sweet Psalmist! Kingdom Praise! 1 Chronicles 16:4; 23:5,30; 25:3; 29:13 King Solomon – Built Temple! – 2 Chron 5:13-14 King Jehoshaphat – Won Battle! – 2 Chron 20:19,21 King Hezekiah – Revivalist! – 2 Chron 29:30; 31:2

22 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 7. Halal (ha-lal) (#1984) (Used 160x) Hallelujah literally: Halal to Jehovah A AA Also has these meanings: Psalm 150:6 – Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord [Hallelujah]. To Shine (color) or To Make Clear (sound) To Boast, to Make a Big Show Job 29:3; 31:26; 41:18 Boast – 1 Kings 20:11; Prov 20:14; 25:14; 27:1; Psalm 10:3; 34:2; 44:8 Glory – 1 Chron 16:10; Psalm 64:10; Jer 9:23

23 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 7. Halal (ha-lal) (#1984) (Used 160x) Hallelujah literally: Halal to Jehovah Can also mean: Psalm 150:6 – Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord [Hallelujah]. To be Clamorously Foolish with Loud Outcries: Psalm 78:63 – translated as: Marriage or Wedding Songs (NIV) To Rage, to be Furious: Jeremiah 46:9 – Drive furiously (NIV) Nahum 2:4 – Race madly (NAS)

24 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 7. Halal (ha-lal) (#1984) (Used 160x) Hallelujah literally: Halal to Jehovah Can also mean: Psalm 150:6 – Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord [Hallelujah]. Foolish – Job 12:17; Psalms 5:5; 73:3; 75:4 To appear stupid, ridiculous, and of an absurdly illogical behavior. Proven to be of an unsound mind, and not responsible for one s actions To Stultify which means: Mad – Eccl. 2:2; 7:7; Jeremiah 25:16; 51:7 1 Samuel 21:13 (King Davids Experience)

25 7 Hebrew Words for Praise 1. SHABACH 2. BARAK 3. YADAH 4. TOWDAH 5. HILLUWL (shaw-bakh) (#7623) (Used 16x) (baw-rak) (#1288) (Used 322x) (yaw-daw) (#3034) (Used 114x) (to-daw) (#8426) (Used 12x) (hil-lool) (#1974) (Used 2x) 6. TEHILLAH 7. HALAL (teh-hil-law) (#8416) (Used 56x) (haw-lal) (#1984) (Used 160x) Our Disability in Comprehension is very often our Inability in Obedience! To address someone in extremely loud tone. To kneel down, to salute someone To extend the hand – catch their attention Formal confession, praise offered by a choir To make merry – as at harvest time! Hymn of praise and worship To by Clamorously foolish with loud outcries

26 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Thou tellest my wanderings: put Thou my tears into Thy bottle: are they not in Thy book?(Psalm 56:8)

27 David, A Man after Gods Heart …the Lord hath sought Him a man after His own heart, and the Lord hath commanded him to be captain over His people… 1 Samuel 13:14 …He raised up unto them David to be their king; to whom also He gave testimony, and said, I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after Mine own heart, which shall fulfil all My will. Acts 13:22 David is found 858 times in the Bible! David is found 858 times in the Bible!

28 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Davids journeys in Scriptures seen together with Songs God gave him. 2 Samuel 23:1-2 1 Chronicles 25:7 Scriptures which reveal Davids heart about his songs. Psalm 32:7 Psalm 40:3 Psalm 42:8 Psalm 77:6 Psalm 119:54

29 Stage 1 The Fugitive Stage 2 Kingdom Success Stage 3 Yielded Life Stage 4 Final Preparation Diary Reference: 1 Sam 16–31 2 Sam 1–10; 1 Chro 10–19 2 Sam 11–24; 1 Chro 20–21 1 Chro 23–29 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Davids journeys in Scriptures seen together with Songs God gave him.

30 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Samuel 19:11 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm Because of his (enemys) strength … (9) 1 Sam 16–31 2. In the morning... I will sing out loud (16) 3. My strength and defense (17) To the Chief Musician, Altaschith [do not destroy], Michtam [golden psalm] of David; when Saul sent and they watched the house to kill him.

31 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Samuel 21:10-11 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm What time Im afraid (3) 1 Sam 16–31 2. Ill praise His Word (4,10) 3. My tears in Thy bottle (8) 4. When I cry … this I know (9) 5. Thy vows are upon me (12) 6. In the light of the living (13) To the chief Musician upon Jonathelemrechokim, Michtam of David, when the Philistines took him in Gath.

32 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Sam 21:10 – 22:2 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm Praise at ALL times (1) 1 Sam 16–31 2. Make my boast in the Lord (2) A Psalm of David, when he changed his behaviour [Halal] before Abimelech; who drove him away, and he departed. 3. Magnify Lord WITH ME (3) 5. Let me teach you (11) 7. Many are the afflictions (19) 6. God is near to the broken heart (18) 8. No broken bones (prophecy) (20) 4. This POOR MAN cried (6)

33 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Sam 22:1-2 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm God is my Hiding Place (1) 1 Sam 16–31 2. I will cry – God performs all things (2) To the chief Musician, Altaschith, Michtam of David, when he fled from Saul in the cave. 3. Be exalted, O God (5,11) 1. God is Rewarder of Righteous (11) 4. My heart is fixed! (7) See also Psalm 58

34 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Sam 22:1-2 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm Complaint – All left me! (1-4) 1 Sam 16–31 2. My Portion & Refuge in Land of Living (5) Maschil [Skillful Instructing Psalm] of David; A Prayer when he was in the cave. 3. Righteous shall compass me about (7) Amazingly, in Davids trials he was always concerned about others! This literally happened! 400 men gathered to David! Psalm 34 and Psalm 51

35 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Sam 22:1-2 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm Sam 16–31 Maschil [Skillful Instructing Psalm] of David; A Prayer when he was in the cave. 1. My complaint, Teach me to do… See also Psalm Teaches my hands to fight! (1-2) See also Psalm No complaining in our streets! (14)

36 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Sam 22:5; 23:3 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm Dry and thirsty land – Thirsty for God (1) 1 Sam 16–31 2. To see Thy power and glory (2) A Psalm of David, when he was in the wilderness of Judah. 3. My soul followeth hard after thee (8) clings to you (NIV) está mi alma apegada a Ti (RV 1960)

37 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Sam 22:9–23 Stage 1 The Fugitive E EVENTS Doeg was present when David when Ahimelech, the priest gave shewbread & Goliaths sword 1 Sam 16–31 2. Saul has a pity party for himself, only Doeg, the Edomite, responds to Saul See 1 Samuel 21:7 3. Saul is enraged that Ahimelech helped David 4. Saul commands his men to kill the priests, but, in fear of God, they refuse to do it! 5. Doeg does it immediately – kills 85 priests! 6. Only Ahimelechs son, Abiathar, escapes to David 7. David takes the blame and receives Abiathar

38 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Sam 22:9-23 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm O thou deceitful tongue (4) 1 Sam 16–31 4. I am a green olive tree in Gods house (8) To the chief Musician, Maschil, A Psalm of David, when Doeg the Edomite came and told Saul, and said unto him, David is come to the house of Ahimelech. 1. Thou lovest evil more than good (3) 3. Righteous shall see, fear, and laugh! (6)

39 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Samuel 23 & 24 Stage 1 The Fugitive E EVENTS David fights the Philistines & saves Keilah 1 Sam 16–31 2. God tells David that the men of Keilah will deliver him into the hands of Saul 3. David escapes to the Wilderness of Ziph 6. Saul celebrates another pity party 4. Jonathan strengthens Davids hand in God 5. The Ziphims tell Saul where David is hiding 7. Davids heart smites him after cutting Sauls skirt while he was sleeping.

40 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Samuel 25 Stage 1 The Fugitive E EVENTS Abigails wisdom delivers David from taking matters into his own hand 1 Sam 16–31 And David said to Abigail, Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, which sent thee this day to meet me: And blessed be thy advice, and blessed be thou, which hast kept me this day from coming to shed blood, and from avenging myself with mine own hand. (1 Samuel 25:32-33)

41 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Samuel 26 Stage 1 The Fugitive E EVENTS... 1 Sam 16–31 2. Saul continues chasing David with 3,000 men! 1. The Ziphims tell Saul where David is hiding 3. A deep sleep from the Lord had fallen on Saul 4. Davids mighty men tell David to kill Saul 5. The Lord forbid that I should stretch forth mine hand against the Lords anointed.

42 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Sam 23:19; 26:1 Stage 1 The Fugitive P Psalm Hear my prayer, O God, give ear … (2) 1 Sam 16–31 2. … they have not set God before them (3) To the chief Musician on Neginoth, Maschil, A Psalm of David, when the Ziphims came and said to Saul, Doth not David hide himself with us? 3. …Lord is with them that uphold my soul (4) 4. I will *freely sacrifice unto Thee … (6) *freely = Hebrew = Nedabah Translated as: Freewill, Spontaneous, Plentiful

43 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Samuel 27 Stage 1 The Fugitive E EVENTS... 1 Sam 16–31 2. King Achish gives David the city of Ziklag 1. David pretends to join the Philistines 1. Saul secretly consults a witch of Endor 1 Samuel 28 E EVENTS David & mighty men secretly raid other enemy nations in the land of Canaan 1 Samuel 15:22-23; 1 Chronicles 10:13-14 rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft (He destroys every living thing so none can tell Achish!)

44 The Psalms: King Davids Diary 1 Samuel 29 – 31 Stage 1 The Fugitive E EVENTS... 1 Sam 16–31 2. David returns to his city of Ziklag 1.T he Princes of the Philistines gather together to fight against Israel, but they distrust David and wont let him go with them. 3. Ziklag has been burned with fire, and the mens wives, children and livestock have been taken 4. David encourages himself in the Lord leads his men into war and Recovers All! 5. Saul and Jonathan are killed in a battle with the Philistines For TWO Reasons – 1 Chronicles 10:13-14 (1) Rejected Word(2) Did NOT enquire of God

45 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success E EVENTS... 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 2 Samuel David laments Sauls death 4. Long War – House of Saul vs. House of David 3. David is made king of Judah (South) Ishbosheth (Sauls son) is king of Israel (North) 5. Ishbosheth assassinated / Mephibosheth crippled 2. David inquires of the Lord: Should I go up? (1 Chronicles 11:1-3) David kills the Amalekite who said that he helped kill King Saul enquire of the Lord – What David does – 10x Psalm 27:4 – One thing have I desired...

46 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success D Davids TRIPLE Anointing 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 1st Anointing by Samuel the Prophet 2nd Anointing in Hebron, only by the Men of Judah 3rd Anointing by all Israel 2 Samuel 5:1-3; 1 Chronicles 11:1-3; 12:38 2 Samuel 2:4 1 Samuel 16:12-13 After Ishbosheth has been assassinated, David is anointed king over all of Israel...

47 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success E EVENTS... 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 2 Sam 5, 1 Chro David conquers Jebus – It becomes Jerusalem! The Place I Shall Choose for My Name Deuteronomy 12:11,14,18,21,26; 14:23-25; 15:20 16:2,6,7,11,15,16; 17:8; 18:6; 26:2; 31:11 Also... Read Psalm 132 How David diligently sought for this Place! 2. List of the Might Men that came to serve David Compare 1 Chronicles to 2 Samuel 23

48 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success E EVENTS... 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 2 Sam 5-6, 1 Chro At Nachons threshingfloor, Uzzah is slain by God for touching the ark with his hand 1. Davids first attempt to bring the Ark of Covenant into the city of Jerusalem... UN-SUCCESSFUL! How shall the Ark of the Lord come to me? The Ark stays 3 months at house of Obed-Edom 2. Hiram, King of Tyre, sends to build David a house 3. David perceives the Lord has confirmed him king over Israel... because of His people, Israel. 4. David defeats the Philistines two times – each time David enquires of the Lord David builds his house in the City of David

49 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success J Jerusalem 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 Also known as: Mount Zion C City of David David conquers Jebus from the Jebusites Fortress on southwest side of Jerusalem Jerusalem is surrounded by mountains (Psalm 125) ` `

50 Also known as: Mount Zion Also known as: Mount Zion View of Ophel (fortified hill), also known as Mount Zion, also known as the City of David

51 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 1 Samuel 5:10-12 P Psalm Lord, by Thy favor… (7) 5. Thou has turned my mourning into dancing for me… (11) 6. To the END that my glory may sing praise to Thee… (12) 3. Weeping may endure for a night… (5) 2. Sing unto the Lord, O ye saints of His (4) A Psalm and Song at the dedication of the house of David. 1. …Thou hast lifted me up… (1)

52 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success E EVENTS... 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 2 Sam 5-6, 1 Chro None ought to carry the Ark of God but the Levites 3. David brings the Ark of God to Jerusalem with this statement: 2. David pitches a tent for Ark in the City of David 1. David hears that God has blessed Obed-Edom 4. Davids second attempt to bring Ark to Jerusalem The correct way is successful! 5. David danced before the Lord! – I will yet be more vile than thus, and will be base in mine own sight...

53 After this I will return, and will build again the tabernacle of David, which is fallen down; and I will build again the ruins thereof, and I will set it up. (Amos 9:11 and Acts 15:16) The Tabernacle of King David

54 Stage 2 Kingdom Success 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 1 Chronicles 16 P Psalm 105 Give thanks unto the Lord, call upon His name, make known his deeds among the people. (Psalm 105:1; 1 Chronicles 16:8) 1 Chronicles 16:1 – So they brought the ark of God, and set it in the midst of the tent that David had pitched for it: and they offered burnt sacrifices and peace offerings before God. 1 Chronicles 16:7 – Then on that day David delivered first this psalm to thank the Lord into the hand of Asaph and his brethren. The Psalms: King Davids Diary

55 Stage 2 Kingdom Success E EVENTS... 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 2 Sam 7, 1 Chron 17 1.K ing David tells Prophet Nathan his idea: I dwell in a house of cedars, but the ark of the covenant of the Lord remaineth under curtains. 2. Nathan tells King David: Do all that is in thine heart; for God is with thee. 3. Then the WORD OF THE LORD came to Nathan Go and tell David, My servant: Thou shalt not build Me an house to dwell in...

56 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success D DAVIDIC COVENANT 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 Covenant in Hebrew is Beriyth: to cut until bleeding occurs Often meat would be cut during the process of covenant-making. The pieces would be passed between those making covenant. They would declare: Without blood, no covenant to fetter – league, confederacy Psalm 89:3 – I have made a covenant with my chosen, I have sworn unto David my servant, Thy seed will I establish for ever, and build up thy throne to all generations. Selah. Psalm 89:34 – My covenant will I not break, nor alter the thing that is gone out of my lips.

57 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success D DAVIDIC COVENANT 2 Samuel 1–10 1 Chronicles 10–19 Mercy (as used in these verses) is Chesed: Covenant Love – a love that is fully based on covenant made with that person (rather than feelings or circumstances). Psalm 89:34 – My mercy will I keep for him for ever- more, and my covenant shall stand fast with him. (continued) Isaiah 55:3 – Incline your ear, and come unto Me: hear, and your soul shall live; and I will make an everlasting covenant with you, even the sure mercies of David.

58 1 Samuel 19:11 1 Samuel 21:10 1 Samuel 21:10 1 Samuel 22:1 1 Samuel 22:1 1 Samuel 22:5; 23:3 1 Samuel 22: Samuel 23:19; 26:1 P Psalm 59 salm 56 salm 34 salm 57 salm 142 salm 63 salm 52 salm 54 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 2 Kingdom Success 1 Sam 1–10 1 Chro 11–19

59 1 Samuel 19:11 1 Samuel 21:10 1 Samuel 21:10 1 Samuel 22:1 1 Samuel 22:1 1 Samuel 22:5; 23:3 1 Samuel 22: Samuel 23:19; 26:1 P Psalm 59 salm 56 salm 34 salm 57 salm 142 salm 63 salm 52 salm 54 The Psalms: King Davids Diary Stage 1 The Fugitive 1 Sam 16–31

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