×ª ×Ö°××Ö¸× 119:1 ash'rëy t'miymëy-därekh' ha hol'khiym B' tôrat y'hwäh 119:1 ¶ ALEPH. 114:1 When Israel came forth out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of strange language; 114:2 Judah became His sanctuary, Israel His dominion. PSALM 114: 114:1 When Israel came forth out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of strange language; 114:2 Judah became His sanctuary, Israel His dominion. The strange language here, is the language of the Egyptians. When Israel left Egypt,when the family of Jacob left a Psalm 113 Psalm 115 Psalm 114 New International Version (NIV) Psalm 114. מַה־לְּךָ֣ הַ֖יָּם כִּ֣י תָנ֑וּס הַ֜יַּרְדֵּ֗ן תִּסֹּ֥ב לְאָחֽוֹר: You mountains, that you dance like rams; you hills, like young sheep? Blessed 835 [are] the undefiled 8549 in the way, 1870 who walk 1980 z8802 Bible students are not sure who the *psalmist was. O Jordan, that you turn backward? 114:6 hehâriym tirqedhu khe'êyliym gebhâ`oth kibhnêy-tso'n Passover Song Psalm 114 - When Israel came out of Egypt, Jacobâs house from a people foreign-speaking, Judah became His Sanctuary, Israel His dominion. This date suggests that the psalmâs poet meant for the exodus from Egypt to inspire those exiled in Babylon. One is that Psalm 114 was always sung in immediate connection with 113, in which the name of God occurs no less than six times, so that the continuance of the train of thought made a fresh repetition of it here unnecessary. This summary of the book of Psalms provides information about the title, author(s), date of writing, chronology, theme, theology, outline, a brief overview, and the chapters of the Book of Psalms. Psalm 114 When Israel came out of Egypt, Jacob from a people of foreign tongue, Judah became Godâs sanctuary, Israel his dominion. The Hebrew word for âthe rock,â ha-tzur (××¦××¨), alludes to something that is unmoving or stubborn. This is the second "Egyptian hallel". Red Letter. The psalmist recalls the events of the exodus and conquest and celebrates Godâs kingship over his covenant people. âJudah â¦ Israelâ: Judah/Benjamin and the norther ten tribes respectively. Psalm 114 tells the story of the exodus, expecially the part where the "sea rolled back to form dry land" so that all God's people could walk safely through the sea on dry ground. They are not sure when he wrote it. 114:7 milliphnêy 'âdhon chuliy 'ârets milliphnêy 'eloah ya`aqobh The sea looked and fled; Jordan turned back. 2 The Lord led them to a safe place called Judah. ×Ö°×©×Ö°××Ö¹×ªÖ¸××. Currently working on a system for Semitic languages which inverts the consonant-based principle into a vowel-based one. An exhortation, by the example of the dumb creatures, to fear God in his Church. The water of the Jordan River turned away. 114:6 Ye mountains, that ye skip like rams; ye hills, like young sheep? Why, Jordan, did you turn back? 3 The Red Sea # 114:3 Hebrew the sea; also in 114:5. saw them coming and hurried out of their way! a translation of the Hebrew Bible published in 1917. 114:8 hahophekhiyhatsur 'agham-mâyim challâmiysh lema`yeno-mâyim, This version of the psalms is from the Jewish Publication Society (JPS), מִלִּפְנֵ֣י אָ֖דוֹן ח֣וּלִי אָ֑רֶץ מִ֜לִּפְנֵ֗י אֱל֣וֹהַּ יַֽעֲקֹֽב: Heb. PSALM 114 . A similar expression is ( Isa. ×× ×Öµ×¦Ö´××, ×Ö¹× ×Ö¸×©Ö¸××. the Aleppo Codex and Leningrad B19a), what we call Psalm 114 is combined with the following Psalm 115 as a single psalm. הַהֹֽפְכִ֣י הַ֖צּוּר אֲגַם־מָ֑יִם חַ֜לָּמִ֗ישׁ לְמַעְיְנוֹ־מָֽיִם: Heb. 4. 114:4 The mountains skipped like rams, the hills like young sheep. 3 The sea looked and fled, the Jordan turned back; 4 the mountains leaped like rams, the hills like lambs. Psalm 119:114 Hebrew Study Bible (Apostolic / Interlinear) ×¡Ö´×ªÖ°×¨Ö´Ö£× ×Ö¼×Ö¸×Ö´× Ö´Ö¼Ö£× ×Ö¸Ö×ªÖ¸Ö¼× ×Ö´×Ö°×Ö¸×¨Ö°×Ö¸Ö¥ ×Ö´×Ö¸Ö½×Ö°×ªÖ´Ö¼×× KJV with Strong's Thou art my hiding place and my shield I hope in thy word. Yet if read backwards, the word â¦ 1. thou Jordan, that thou turnest backward? Psa 114:2. 33:19): âA people of a strange tongue you shall not see, a people of speech too obscure, etc.â. [A Psalm] of David. 114:3 The sea saw it, and fled; the Jordan turned backward. It was to tell people what God did when he led his people from Egypt. 114:1 betsê'th yisrâ'êl mimmitsrâyim bêyth ya`aqobh mê`am lo`êz Psalm 114:2 "Judah was his sanctuary, [and] Israel his dominion." The mountains skipped like rams, the hills like lambs. PS 114:1 When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of strange language; PS 114:2 Judah was his sanctuary, and Israel his dominion. 114:4 hehâriym râqdhu khe'êyliymgebhâ`oth kibhnêy-tso'n 4 The mountains skipped like rams, the hills like lambs! 114:2 Judah became His sanctuary, Israel His dominion. 1 Heureux lâhomme qui ne suit point les conseils des méchants, qui ne se tient pas dans la voie des pécheurs, et ne prend point place dans la société des railleurs, Please do not deface or discard. Psalm 114. Il commence par l'exclamation Alléluia. 114:4 The mountains skipped like rams, the hills like young sheep. Godâs power demonstrated in the Exodus. Judah became Godâs sanctuary, Israel his dominion. 1 When Israel came out of Egypt, Jacob from a people of foreign tongue, 2 Judah became Godâs sanctuary, Israel his dominion. 114:4 The mountains skipped like rams, the hills like young sheep. Psalms / Psalm 114; Share Tweet. 114:3 hayyâm râ'âhvayyânos hayyardên yissobh le'âchor âSanctuary â¦ dominionâ: God dwelt among the peoples as a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night (compare Exodus 13:21-22; 14:19). Ö¥× ×Ö¹×¢ÖµÖ½×× WLC (Consonants Only) ××¦××ª ××©×¨×× ×××¦×¨×× ×××ª ××¢×§× ××¢× ××¢×× Links. This does not mean they skipped with joy, but shook with fear, as the context reveals. למעינו. Psalm 114:1 â¢ Psalm 114:1 Text Analysis â¢ Psalm 114:1 Interlinear â¢ Psalm 114:1 Multilingual â¢ Psalm 114:1 TSK ï¿½ Le psaume 114 (113 A selon la numérotation grecque, la partie B correspondant au psaume 115) fait partie du hallel et du cathisme 161. There they were slaves, but now they were free. Why is it, O sea, that you flee? 114:7 Tremble, thou earth, at the presence of the L-rd, at the presence of the God of Jacob; The psalmist expresses the joy of all creation at the salvation of Israel; even the hills and mountains skipped like little lambs. The “vav” is superfluous, as the “vav” in (above 104:11, 20) “the beasts (חיתו) of the forest.”, Kabbalah, Chassidism and Jewish Mysticism. הַיָּ֣ם רָאָה וַיָּנֹ֑ס הַ֜יַּרְדֵּ֗ן יִסֹּ֥ב לְאָחֽוֹר: The mountains danced like rams, hills like young sheep. The “yud” is superfluous as מגביהי, משפילי and ההוֹפכי. 114:1 When Israel came forth out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of strange language; The Jews spoke Hebrew and wrote their psalms in Hebrew. 114:5 What aileth thee, O thou sea, that thou fleest? The mountains skipped like rams, the hills like lambs. PS 114:4 The mountains skipped like rams, and the little hills like lambs.
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