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Psalm 9:1 CEB

Psalm 9

For the music leader. According to Muth-labben. A psalm of David.

1 I will thank you, LORD, with all my heart; I will talk about all your wonderful acts.

References for Psalms 9:1

    • a 9:1 - Ps 9 is an alphabetic acrostic poem (cf Ps 119) in Heb, with successive letters of the alphabet beginning every few lines, with only a few exceptions. Only ten letters are found in Ps 9; the sequence may be continued in Ps 10, suggesting that Pss 9–10 are a single poem.
    • b 9:1 - Or <i>Almuth labben</i>; Heb uncertain, perhaps a reference to the melody; cf Pss 46:1; 48:14

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      • a 9:1 - Ps 9 is an alphabetic acrostic poem (cf Ps 119) in Heb, with successive letters of the alphabet beginning every few lines, with only a few exceptions. Only ten letters are found in Ps 9; the sequence may be continued in Ps 10, suggesting that Pss 9–10 are a single poem.
      • b 9:1 - Or <i>Almuth labben</i>; Heb uncertain, perhaps a reference to the melody; cf Pss 46:1; 48:14
      • c 9:16 - Heb uncertain; or <i>recitation </i>(see Pss 1:2; 19:14) or <i>melody </i>(see Ps 92:3).
      • d 9:17 - Heb <i>Sheol</i>