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Let God Arise
Let God Arise

Let His Enemies be scattered
But let the righteous be glad
Yes let them rejoice with Gladness
God has triumphed mightily

(Verse 1
Let God Arise
Let God Arise

Verse 2
Let His enemies be scattered
And let the righteous be glad
Yes! Let them regoice with gladness
God has triumph mightily

Verse 3
It is good to praise the Lord
And make music to your Name Oh God Most High
To proclaim your love and faithfulness
Through the day and through the night

Verse 4
May I dwell in your courts Oh Lord
Then to florish like the trees of Lebanon
Planted in the house of Adoni
There to live forevermore

Verse 5
Roni Roni Bat Zion
Hariu Yisrael
Simchi V'Altsi B'Chol Lev
Bat Yerushalayim

Verse 6
Rejoice Rejoice Daughter of Zion
Shout aloud Oh Israel
Sing Rejoice with all your heart
Oh Jerusalem

Verse 7
For the Lord has taken your punishment
Destroyed your enemies
King of Israel
Lord of all is He
In the midst of us He is mighty

Verse 8
For the Lord your God in the midst of you
Mighty is His Name
Rejoicing over you with Songs of Gladness
Singing Joyfully
He will save us



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    UnregisteredAug 31, 2012 at 7:15 pm
    I think "let god arise" means god will arise and destroy his enemies and the saints will be glad and he will protect and preserve israel and israel and the rest saints from all over the planet will dwell with him praising him and bring glory to his name and he shall be our father and we shall be his children and also this song to me means how great god is and how powerful he is at spiritual warfare and how he will destroy all things that comes against us and all hindrances that our enemies has trow at us and he will protect us and he shall provide our every need according to our richness in glory...
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    UnregisteredApr 22, 2014 at 5:27 pm
    "Let God arise" also means to me personally as letting Him dominate me, arise Him in me more than anything of this world that is trying to dominate me. When I go through challenges this song reminds me to lift Him up, let Him arise in me so he can fight the battle for me and my enemies have always be scattered when God is maximized, exalted.
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    UnregisteredNov 28, 2013 at 6:47 pm
    Could it possibly mean that god will (did) arise through the 1st resurrection in/through his christ? It must mean that. God can't arise otherwise - he must descend dear hearts. At this junction in our time - the only god to arise is satan, the ruler of this wicked world. So, be careful what you write, sing and repeat. In the case of this song, if refers to old testament verse psalms 68(kjv)... V18 thou hast ascended on high, thou hast led captivity captive: thou hast received gifts for men; yea, for the rebellious also, that the lord god might dwell among them. It refers to the god embodied in an obedient vessel - christ our lord and model of true son-ship. Gb apostle la keshia r murray

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