Give to the LORD the glory his name deserves. Bring an offering, and come to him. Worship the LORD in [his] holy splendor.
Tremble in his presence, all the earth! "The earth stands firm; it cannot be moved.
Let the heavens rejoice and the earth be glad. Say to the nations, 'The LORD rules as king!'
Let the sea and everything in it roar like thunder. Let the fields and everything in them rejoice.
Then the trees in the forest will sing with joy in the presence of the LORD when he comes to judge the earth.
"Give thanks to the LORD because he is good, because his mercy endures forever.
Say, 'Rescue us, O God our Savior. Gather us and save us from the nations so that we may give thanks to your holy name and make your praise our glory.'
Thanks be to the LORD God of Israel from everlasting to everlasting." Then all the people said amen and praised the LORD.
David left Asaph and his relatives to serve continually in front of the ark of the LORD's promise, as the daily work required.
David also left Obed Edom and 68 of his relatives [to serve there]. Obed Edom (Jeduthun's son) and Hosah were to be gatekeepers.
David left Zadok and his priestly relatives to serve in the LORD's tent at the place of worship in Gibeon.