Fairest Lord Jesus

Psalm 27:4 AMPC … One thing have I asked of the Lord, that will I seek, inquire for, and [insistently] require: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord [in His presence] all the days of my life, to behold and gaze upon the beauty [the sweet attractiveness and the delightful loveliness] of the Lord and to meditate, consider, and inquire in His temple.

Fairest Lord Jesus
Ruler of all
Anointed King –
Lk 1:31-33
Most excellent
Most beautiful –Ps 45:2
Radiant, dazzling, bright, delightful –Song 5:10
Altogether lovely to behold! –Song 5:16

His words sweeter than honey –Ps 119:103
More precious than goldPs 19:10
Anointed with gracePs 45:2
Spirit and life – Jn 6:63
Joy and light … – Ps 19:8

Fairest Lord Jesus
Diligently seek His face –
He 11:6
Taste and SEE His goodness and beauty today!
Ps 34:8
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Psalm 45:2You are fairer than the children of men; graciousness is poured upon Your lips; therefore God has blessed You forever.

From Ps 45:2

  • You are the most excellent{handsome} of men and Your lips have been anointed with grace, since God has blessed You for ever.
  • fair[03302] = bright, beautiful, handsome
  • lips anointed with grace = You speak in an impressive and fitting manner
  • Here “bless” means to “endue with the power and skill to rule effectively,” as the following verses indicate.

Song 5:10,16[She said] My beloved is fair and ruddy, the chief among ten thousand!
… 16 His voice and speech are exceedingly sweet; yes, He is altogether lovely [the whole of Him delights and is precious]. This is my beloved, and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem!

From NetBible Song 5:10

  • fair[06703] = radiant, dazzling, glowing, clear, bright
  • **footnote 4 “chief=outstanding.” The participle דָּגוּל (dagul) functions as a predicate adjective: “My beloved is…outstanding among ten thousand.” The verb דָּגַל (dagal) is relatively rare, being derived from the noun דֶּגֶל(degel, “banner”) which often refers to a military standard which, when lifted up, was conspicuous for all to see (Num 2:3-4; 10:14-15). The verb דָּגַל only occurs three other times, all referring to raising military banners for all to see (Ps 20:6Song 6:4, 10). Song 5:10 uses the term figuratively (hypocatastasis) to denote “outstanding” (HALOT 213 s.v. דֶּגֶל). This sense is closely related to the cognate Akkadian verb dagalu“to look, contemplate” and the noun diglu “eyesight, view (what is looked at).” Like a banner lifted high, he attracted the attention of all who looked at him.

From NetBible Song 5:16

  • altogether lovely[04261] = delightful, object of desire, precious

Hebrews 1:1-4 AMPC … In many separate revelations [each of which set forth a portion of the Truth] and in different ways God spoke of old to [our] forefathers in and by the prophets, 2 [But] in the last of these days He has spoken to us in [the person of a] Son, Whom He appointed Heir and lawful Owner of all things, also by and through Whom He created the worlds and the reaches of space and the ages of time [He made, produced, built, operated, and arranged them in order].
3 He is the sole expression of the glory of God [the Light-being, the out-raying or radiance of the divine], and He is the perfect imprint and very image of [God’s] nature, upholding and maintaining and guiding and propelling the universe by His mighty word of power. When He had by offering Himself accomplished our cleansing of sins and riddance of guilt, He sat down at the right hand of the divine Majesty on high, 4 [Taking a place and rank by which] He Himself became as much superior to angels as the glorious Name (title) which He has inherited is different from and more excellent than theirs.

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