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Venite

(vɪˈnaɪtɪ)
n
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) ecclesiast the opening word of the 95th psalm, an invitatory prayer at matins
2. (Music, other) a musical setting of this
[Latin: come ye]
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Graham read from Psalm 95 verses 1-7 and Adrian from Matthew 25 verses 31-46 the parable of the 'Sheep and Goats.
To avoid ending the psalm on a negative note, some rites append the first verse (others, the first three verses) of Psalm 95.
Then Halls will conduct Felix Mendelssohn's choral setting of Psalm 95 and Johannes Brahms' "Schicksalslied.
IN 1664 a third bell was added to Norton church inscribed with the words "Venite Exultimus Domino 1664", meaning "let us sing unto the Lord" from Psalm 95.
German and South African scholars consider such topics as philosophical theories of truth and the interpretation of Psalms in the Book of Hebrews, a god abounding in steadfast love, the messianic interpretation of Psalm 8:4-6 in Hebrews 2:6-9 part I, a prophetic voice for Africa from Psalm 95, Psalm 110 and the basic structure of Hebrews, and the versification of the Psalms and the interpretation of the Psalms in Hebrews.
Psalm 95,6 ThERE is a saying among foresters that even a tree must learn to bow at the right time.
If Psalms 50 and 81 are considered prophetic, then the possibility remains that the closely related Psalm 95 originated from cultic prophecy as well.
Psalm 95 encourages shared and vibrant worship: "Come let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation.
Cantate Domino canticum novum: Psalm 95 fur Chor oder Solisten (SATB) und Orgel (1977, rev.