1 Chronicles 15:28
Thus all Israel brought up the ark of the covenant of the LORD with shouting, and with sound of the cornet, and with trumpets, and with cymbals, making a noise with psalteries and harps.
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EXPOSITORY (ENGLISH BIBLE)
(28) Thus all Israel brought.And all Israel were bringing. Samuel has “and David and all the house of Israel,” and “ark of the Lord.”

Cornet.—Rather, trumpet.

The rest of this verse is wanting in Samuel, but all the additional instruments have already been mentioned (1Chronicles 15:16-21).

Trumpets.—Clarions, or straight trumpets.

The last clause should be rendered, “and with clanging cymbals, with harps and lutes.” (Comp. Psalm 150:3-4.)

15:25-29 It is good to notice the assistance of Divine Providence, even in things which fall within the compass of our natural powers; if God did not help us, we could not stir a step. If we do our religious duties in any degree aright, we must own it was God that helped us; had we been left to ourselves, we should have been guilty of some fatal errors. And every thing in which we engage, must be done in dependence on the mercy of God through the sacrifice of the Redeemer."Fine linen" (byssus) is here first spoken of as used for dress. It seems to have been reserved for nobles of the highest rank Esther 8:15, for kings, and for priests 2 Chronicles 5:12. David's robe was probably worn, like that of the high priest, immediately under the ephod, and may, like that, have reached the feet. 27. a robe of fine linen—Hebrew, Butz—is rather supposed in the later books to denote cotton.

an ephod—a shoulder-garment, a cincture or cape over his dress. It was worn by the priests, but was not so peculiar to them as to be forbidden others (1Sa 2:18; 22:18).

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Thus all Israel brought up the ark of the covenant of the Lord with shouting,.... See 2 Samuel 6:15. Thus all Israel brought up the ark of the covenant of the LORD with shouting, and with sound of the cornet, and with trumpets, and with cymbals, making a noise with psalteries and harps.
EXEGETICAL (ORIGINAL LANGUAGES)
28. with shouting] The Heb. word (tĕrû‘ah) is technical in the sense of a blast with the festal trumpets (Numbers 10:1-10), and in this sense it should be taken here, since the Chronicler has expanded the account given in Samuel by introducing a mention of these trumpets.

Verse 28. - Making a noise. This description qualifies the cymbals alone, and should rather appear in our translation as "noise-making cymbals." 1 Chronicles 15:281 Chronicles 15:28 is, as compared with 2 Samuel 6:5, somewhat enlarged by the enumeration of the individual instruments.
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