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57. Tremble, O Tremble (Psalm 99)

Text Information
First Line: Tremble, O tremble!
Title: Tremble, O Tremble (Psalm 99)
Author: Richard Leach (2007)
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: 5.8.6.4
Scripture: Psalm 99
Topic: Forgiveness; God's Covenant with Israel; Justice (1 more...)
Language: English
Copyright: © 2007 Selah Publishing Co., Inc.
Tune Information
Name: TROMBLEY
Composer: Alfred V. Fedak (2011)
Meter: 5.8.6.4
Key: e minor
Copyright: © 2011 Selah Publishing Co., Inc.


Text Information:

The German theologian Rudolph Otto described holiness as mysterium tremendum et fascinans, a terrifying and
fascinating mystery. The awareness of such a divine encounter lies behind Psalm 99, and this 21st-century
paraphrase conveys how God remains both personal and unfathomable.


Media
Audio recording: Audio (MP3)




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