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381. Arise, O Lord Our God, Arise (Psalm 132)

1 Arise, O Lord our God, arise
and enter now into your rest;
O let this house be your abode,
forever with your presence blest.

2 Your gracious covenant, Lord, fulfill;
turn not away from us your face;
establish here Messiah’s throne
and let him reign within this place.

3 Your Zion you have chosen, Lord,
and you have said, “I love her well,
this is my constant resting place,
and here will I delight to dwell.”

Text Information
First Line: Arise, O Lord our God arise
Title: Arise, O Lord Our God, Arise (Psalm 132)
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: LM
Scripture:
Topic: The Church; God's Covenant with Israel; A New Heaven and a New Earth
Source: The New Metrical Version of the Psalms, 1909, alt.
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: BOURBON
Composer (attributed to): Freeman Lewis (1814)
Harmonizer: John Leon Hooker (1984)
Meter: LM
Key: f minor
Copyright: Harm. © 1984 John Leon Hooker


Text Information:

This paraphrase uses selected verses from Psalm 132, beginning with a petition for God’s presence in the Temple, which in turn becomes the throne of the promised Messiah. The third stanza balances the first with the divine assurance that Jerusalem is the place where God dwells.


Media
Audio recording: Audio (MP3)
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