Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
One thing, have I asked of Yahweh, That, will I seek to secure, - That I may dwell in the house of Yahweh, all the days of my life, To view the delightfulness of Yahweh, And to contemplate in his temple.
In front are the singers, Behind are the harpers, In the midst of damsels playing on timbrels:
Until I could enter the holy places of God, - Could give heed to their hereafter: -
For whom, in the skies, can one compare unto Yahweh? Or can one liken unto Yahweh, among the sons of the mighty?
Who is, like unto thee, Majestic in holiness, - To be revered in praises, Doing a marvellous thing?
For, not like our Rock, is their rock, Our enemies themselves, being judges;
Unto whom then can ye liken GOD? Or, what likeness, can ye compare unto him?
To whom can ye liken me or make me equal? Or compare me, and we be like?