SEV Biblia, Chapter 150:1 ΒΆ Alelu-JAH. Alabad a Dios en su santuario; alabadle en el extendimiento de su fortaleza.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 150:1 Verse 1. Praise God in his sanctuary ] In many places we have the compound word hy-wllh halelu-yah, praise ye Jehovah; but this is the first place in which we find la-wllh halelu-el, praise God, or the strong God. Praise him who is Jehovah, the infinite and self-existent Being; and praise him who is God, El or Elohim, the great God in covenant with mankind, to bless and save them unto eternal life.
In his sanctuary-in the temple; in whatever place is dedicated to his service. Or, in his holiness-through his own holy influence in your hearts.
The firmament of his power. ] Through the whole expanse, to the utmost limits of his power. As [yqr rakia is the firmament of vast expanse that surrounds the globe, and probably that in which all the celestial bodies of the solar system are included, it may have that meaning here. Praise him whose power and goodness extend through all worlds; and let the inhabitants of all those worlds share in the grand chorus, that it may be universal.
Matthew Henry Commentary A psalm of praise.
--We are here stirred up to praise God. Praise God for his sanctuary and the privileges we enjoy by having it among us; praise him becaus of his power and glory in the firmament. Those who praise the Lord in heaven, behold displays of his power and glory which we cannot no conceive. But the greatest of all his mighty acts is known in his earthly sanctuary. The holiness and the love of our God are mor displayed in man's redemption, than in all his other works. Let u praise our God and Saviour for it. We need not care to know what instruments of music are mentioned. Hereby is meant that in serving God we should spare no cost or pains. Praise God with strong faith; prais him with holy love and delight; praise him with entire confidence in Christ; praise him with believing triumph over the powers of darkness praise him by universal respect to all his commands; praise him be cheerful submission to all his disposals; praise him by rejoicing in his love, and comforting ourselves in his goodness; praise him by promoting the interests of the kingdom of his grace; praise him by lively hope and expectation of the kingdom of his glory. Since we mus shortly breathe our last, while we have breath let us praise the Lord then we shall breathe our last with comfort. Let every thing that hat breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord. Such is the very suitabl end of a book inspired by the Spirit of God, written for the work of praise; a book which has supplied the songs of the church for more tha three thousand years; a book which is quoted more frequently than an other by Christ and his apostles; a book which presents the lofties ideas of God and his government, which is fitted to every state of human life, which sets forth every state of religious experience, an which bears simple and clear marks of its Divine origin __________________________________________________________________
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