Asaph

Asaph

 
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  • From the family of Elizaphan: Shimri and Jeiel. From the family of Asaph: Zechariah and Mattaniah. - 2 Chronicles 29:13


  • King Hezekiah and the officials ordered the Levites to praise the LORD with the psalms of David and Asaph the seer. So they offered joyous praise and bowed down in worship. - 2 Chronicles 29:30


  • The musicians, descendants of Asaph, were in their assigned places, following the orders given by David, Asaph, Heman, and Jeduthun, the king's seer. The gatekeepers guarded the gates and did not need to leave their posts of duty, for their meals were brought to them by their fellow Levites. - 2 Chronicles 35:15


  • The singers of the family of Asaph 128 - Ezra 2:41


  • When the builders completed the foundation of the LORD's Temple, the priests put on their robes and took their places to blow their trumpets. And the Levites, descendants of Asaph, clashed their cymbals to praise the LORD, just as King David had prescribed. - Ezra 3:10


  • And please send a letter to Asaph, the manager of the king's forest, instructing him to give me timber. I will need it to make beams for the gates of the Temple fortress, for the city walls, and for a house for myself." And the king granted these requests, because the gracious hand of God was on me. - Nehemiah 2:8


  • The singers of the family of Asaph 148 - Nehemiah 7:44


  • Mattaniah son of Mica, son of Zabdi, a descendant of Asaph, who opened the thanksgiving services with prayer; Bakbukiah, who was Mattaniah's assistant; and Abda son of Shammua, son of Galal, son of Jeduthun. - Nehemiah 11:17


  • The chief officer of the Levites in Jerusalem was Uzzi son of Bani, son of Hashabiah, son of Mattaniah, son of Mica, a descendant of Asaph, whose family served as singers at God's Temple. - Nehemiah 11:22


  • and some priests who played trumpets. Then came Zechariah son of Jonathan, son of Shemaiah, son of Mattaniah, son of Micaiah, son of Zaccur, a descendant of Asaph. - Nehemiah 12:35


  • The custom of having choir directors to lead the choirs in hymns of praise and thanks to God began long ago in the days of David and Asaph. - Nehemiah 12:46


  • A psalm of Asaph. The mighty God, the LORD, has spoken; he has summoned all humanity from east to west! - Psalms 50:1


  • A psalm of Asaph. Truly God is good to Israel, to those whose hearts are pure. - Psalms 73:1


  • A psalm of Asaph. O God, why have you rejected us forever? Why is your anger so intense against the sheep of your own pasture? - Psalms 74:1


  • For the choir director: A psalm of Asaph, to be sung to the tune Do Not Destroy! A song. We thank you, O God! We give thanks because you are near. People everywhere tell of your mighty miracles. - Psalms 75:1


  • For the choir director: A psalm of Asaph, to be accompanied by stringed instruments. A song. God is well known in Judah; his name is great in Israel. - Psalms 76:1


  • For Jeduthun, the choir director: A psalm of Asaph. I cry out to God without holding back. Oh, that God would listen to me! - Psalms 77:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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