Psalm 8 is the 8th psalm from the Book of Psalms. Its authorship is traditionally
assigned to king David. The term gittith, found in the superscription, is of
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Psalm 8 - For the choir director: A psalm of David, to be accompanied by a
stringed instrument. O LORD, our ... similarly in 8:6. New Living Translation (NLT)
[Psalm 8] While marvelling at the limitless grandeur of God (Ps 8:2–3), the ... The
Greek version translated 'elohim by “angel, messenger”; several ancient and ...
Apr 18, 2013 ... Psalm 8 explores the theme of God's majestic splendor and our puny ... The first
word translated “Lord” is the Hebrew word, Yahweh, God's ...
Since the babes and nursing infants praise God in Psalm 8, Jesus identified ...
The word translated angels is Elohim, and most often refers to God Himself.
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The Authorised Version follows the LXX. in a translation suggested doubtlessly ...
men, as in Psalm 82:1; Psalm 97:7; Psalm 138:1; Exodus 21:6; Exodus 22:8-9.
Feb 23, 2014 ... Should the word elohim in Psalm 8:5 be translated into gods/angels/or god? The
NIV translates it this way: You have made them a little lower ...