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Why does David 'praise word' in both Elohim and Jehovah?

As it sits, the Hebrew of Ps 56:10 is almost meaningless and there appears to be an implied pronoun missing - either: In God, whose word I praise, in the LORD, whose word I praise or In God I will ...
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Why does David 'praise word' in both Elohim and Jehovah?

In the context of Psalm 56, the psalmist calls out to God for help against his enemies. Amid his cries for help are expressions of trust in God and praise for His word. In v.4, a close connection is ...
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Is there a symbolic connection between the name Lot (Λώτ) and the veil (καταπέτασμα) in the Holy of Holies?

Linguistically speaking, the two Hebrew words involved here are as follows: פֹרֶכֶת (paroketh) = "curtain/veil" and always denotes the curtain separating the holy from the holy of holies in ...
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Why does David 'praise word' in both Elohim and Jehovah?

Regarding the use of Elohim and Yahweh, there are varying opinions but Jewish commentators usually understand Elohim to refer of God's actions or attributes, while YHWH refers to God's essence or ...
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What exactly was Saul's sin that caused God to reject him and punish him?

Saul was appointed king to represent the Lord. It was his own idea to make an oath that no man should eat until the Philistine army was destroyed. The result was that the campaign was a failure. God ...
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Jesus's genealogy: 28 generations or 41 since David?

The simplest explanation is that Matthew 1:1-16 records the regal ancestry of Jesus through the kings of Judah and his adoption by Joseph, and Luke records Jesus biological descent through Mary via a ...
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