God has ascended amid shouts of joy, the LORD amid the sounding of trumpets.
God has ascended with a shout, The LORD, with the sound of a trumpet.
God has ascended with a mighty shout. The LORD has ascended with trumpets blaring.
Loud cheers as God climbs the mountain, a ram's horn blast at the summit.
God has gone up with a glad cry, the Lord with the sound of the horn.
God has gone up with a shout, the LORD with the sound of a trumpet.
God has gone up with a shout, The LORD with the sound of a trumpet.
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1 sn God ascended his throne. In the context of vv. 3-4, which refer to the conquest of the land under Joshua, v. 5 is best understood as referring to an historical event. When the Lord conquered the land and placed his people in it, he assumed a position of kingship, as predicted by Moses (see Exod 15:17-18, as well as Ps 114:1-2). That event is here described metaphorically in terms of a typical coronation ceremony for an earthly king (see 2 Sam 15:10; 2 Kgs 9:13). Verses 1-2, 8-9 focus on God’s continuing kingship, which extends over all nations.
2 tn Heb “God ascended amid a shout.” The words “his throne” are supplied in the translation for clarification. The
3 tn Heb “the