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Their music and rejoicing shook the earth

Good morning Heavenly Father. Thank you for feeding the birds. And thank you for telling us that we each are more valuable than a bird! And thank you for the scripture to use for my prayer for your daughter today:

And Zadok the priest took an horn of oil out of the tabernacle, and anointed Solomon. And they blew the trumpet; and all the people said, God save king Solomon. And all the people came up after him, and the people piped with pipes, and rejoiced with great joy, so that the earth rent with the sound of them. (1 Kings 1:40)

Lord, I’m here again… as usual, to begin another days prayer for your daughter who loves you. And today I ask for something big, something huge. Today I ask that you be with Lindsey and let her shake the earth with joyful celebration and praise to you Lord. Let those around her rejoice with her. Let the joy of the Lord fill Lindsey and let that joy be apparent to everyone who sees her rejoicing in you Lord. And the glory goes to you. We give you the glory. I ask this in the name of Christ Jesus, King of kings. Amen … and let the earth shake in celebration of God!

NLT:
And all the people followed Solomon into Jerusalem, playing flutes and shouting for joy. The celebration was so joyous and noisy that the earth shook with the sound.

NET:
All the people followed him up, playing flutes and celebrating so loudly they made the ground shake.

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KJV translation note

The King James Version is a beautiful translation of the original Hebrew and Greek, however I sometimes find Old English hard to understand fully. 1 or 2 other translations can help clarify what it is saying so I can understand it. More Info CLICK: References