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Psalms 48:1

Context
NETBible

A song, a psalm by the Korahites. The Lord is great and certainly worthy of praise in the city of our God, 2  his holy hill.

XREF

2Ch 20:1-37; Ne 9:5; Ps 30:1; Ps 46:1; Ps 46:4; Ps 47:8; Ps 65:1; Ps 78:68; Ps 86:10; Ps 87:3; Ps 89:1-7; Ps 99:3,4; Ps 99:9; Ps 145:3; Ps 147:5; Isa 2:2,3; Isa 27:13; Jer 31:23; Ob 1:17; Mic 4:1; Zec 8:3; Mt 24:15; Heb 12:22; Re 15:3,4; Re 19:5; Re 21:2,10-22

NET © Notes

sn Psalm 48. This so-called “Song of Zion” celebrates the greatness and glory of the Lord’s dwelling place, Jerusalem. His presence in the city elevates it above all others and assures its security.

sn The city of our God is Jerusalem, which is also referred to here as “his holy hill,” that is, Zion (see v. 2, as well as Isa 66:20; Joel 2:1; 3:17; Zech 8:3; Pss 2:6; 15:1; 43:3; 87:1; Dan 9:16).



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