Psalm 66
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Make a Joyful Noise
(Psalm 100:1–5)

1Unto the end. A Canticle Psalm of the Resurrection. Shout joyfully to God, all the earth.

2Proclaim a psalm to his name. Give glory to his praise.

3Exclaim to God, “How terrible are your works, O Lord!” According to the fullness of your virtue, your enemies will speak lies about you.

4Let all the earth adore you and sing psalms to you. May it sing a psalm to your name.

5Draw near and see the works of God, who is terrible in his counsels over the sons of men.

6He converts the sea into dry land. They will cross the river on foot. There, we will rejoice in him.

7He rules by his virtue for eternity. His eyes gaze upon the nations. May those who exasperate him, not be exalted in themselves.

8Bless our God, you Gentiles, and make the voice of his praise be heard.

9He has set my soul toward life, and he has granted that my feet may not be shaken.

10For you, O God, have tested us. You have examined us by fire, just as silver is examined.

11You have led us into a snare. You have placed tribulations on our back.

12You have set men over our heads. We have crossed through fire and water. And you have led us out to refreshment.

13I will enter your house with holocausts. I will repay my vows to you,

14which my lips discerned and my mouth spoke, in my tribulation.

15I will offer to you holocausts full of marrow, with the burnt offerings of rams. I will offer to you bulls as well as goats.

16Draw near and listen, all you who fear God, and I will describe to you how much he has done for my soul.

17I cried out to him with my mouth, and I extolled him under my breath.

18If I have seen iniquity in my heart, the Lord would not heed me.

19And yet, God has heeded me and he has attended to the voice of my supplication.

20Blessed is God, who has not removed my prayer, nor his mercy, from me.

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