Psalm 93*

A.1 The LORD reigneth,  he is clothed with majesty;
the LORD is clothed with strength,
wherewith he hath girded himself:
 the world also is stablished, that it cannot be moved.
2 Thy throne is established of old:
thou art from everlasting.

3 The floods have lifted up, O LORD,

the floods have lifted up their voice;
the floods lift up their waves.

A’. 4 The LORD on high is mightier
than the noise of many waters,
yea, than the mighty waves of the sea.
5 Thy testimonies are very sure:
holiness becometh thine house, O LORD, for ever.

Note: Casper J. Labuschagne says  “The structure of the 45-word psalm is charmingly lucid and simple: a 9-word arithmetic centre (vs. 3) flanked by 18 words, which suggests that the number 9 has been used to structure the text. The numerical value of ‘established’ (45 = 5 x 9), which is apparently an important keyword, has been used to define the total number of words in the psalm”

One thought on “Psalm 93*”

  1. Alternatively:
    Psa. 93:1
    A. The LORD reigned;
    he clothed himself with majesty;

    The LORD clothed himself with power
    and so he made himself ready

    B. 1.for indeed he made firm the world,
    2. which shall not be shaken.

    Psa. 93:2
    C. Your throne was prepared from then;
    C” You are from everlasting.

    Psa. 93:3
    B’ 1. The rivers lifted up, O LORD;
    The rivers lifted up their voices;

    Psa. 93:4
    2. From voices of many waters,
    wondrous are the billows of the sea;

    A’ Wondrous is the LORD on high.

    Psa. 93:5
    B” Your testimonies were made very sure;
    A” sanctity is fitting to your house, O LORD,
    into length of days.

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