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is a superb call to all peoples and to all the forces of nature to praise God, the Sovereign-Judge of the universe (see Introduction to Ps. 93, 95). The psalm has been called an echo of Ps. 96, although it exhibits a more definite pattern of form than that psalm. Three stanzas of similar length, each presenting a unified idea, are clearly discernible: reason for praise (vs. 1–3), manner of praising (vs. 4–6), invitation to praise (vs. 7–9). The psalm has great freshness and spontaneity of spirit.

is a superb call to all peoples and to all the forces of nature to praise God, the Sovereign-Judge of the universe (see Introduction to Ps. 93, 95). The psalm has been called an echo of Ps. 96, although it exhibits a more definite pattern of form than that psalm. Three stanzas of similar length, each presenting a unified idea, are clearly discernible: reason for praise (vs. 1–3), manner of praising (vs. 4–6), invitation to praise (vs. 7–9). The psalm has great freshness and spontaneity of spirit.

is a superb call to all peoples and to all the forces of nature to praise God, the Sovereign-Judge of the universe (see Introduction to Ps. 93, 95). The psalm has been called an echo of Ps. 96, although it exhibits a more definite pattern of form than that psalm. Three stanzas of similar length, each presenting a unified idea, are clearly discernible: reason for praise (vs. 1–3), manner of praising (vs. 4–6), invitation to praise (vs. 7–9). The psalm has great freshness and spontaneity of spirit.

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