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Kathy Gruenloh | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Jun 12 2016 10:55 AM

I am following the 365-Day Connect the Testaments Plan to read the Bible in one year. I have  frequently  seen "[Selah]" at the end of a Bible verse. Two examples are at the ends of Psalms 4:2 and 4:4. This is in the RSVCE Bible. I don't remember whether I have seen it in New Testament verses but have seen it frequently in the Old Testament books. I haven't found any explanation of this. Can anyone tell me what "[Selah]" means? Thanks. 

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Kenneth Neighoff | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jun 12 2016 10:57 AM

Often it has been explained as a pause. Pause and think about what you have just read. 

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