Psalm 65
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1TO THE OVERSEER. A PSALM OF DAVID. A SONG. To You, silence [and] praise, O God, in Zion, "" And to You a vow is completed.

2Hearer of prayer, all flesh comes to You.

3Matters of iniquities were mightier than I, "" Our transgressions—You cover them.

4O the blessedness of [him whom] You choose, "" And draw near, he inhabits Your courts, "" We are satisfied with the goodness of Your house, "" Your holy temple.

5By fearful things in righteousness You answer us, "" O God of our salvation, "" The confidence of all far off "" The ends of the earth and sea.

6Establishing mountains by His power, "" He has been girded with might,

7Restraining the noise of seas, the noise of their billows, "" And the multitude of the peoples.

8And the inhabitants of the uttermost parts "" Are afraid from Your signs, "" You cause the outgoings of morning and evening to sing.

9You have inspected the earth, and water it, "" You make it very rich, the stream of God [is] full of water, "" You prepare their grain, "" When thus You prepare it,

10Its ridges have been filled, "" Its furrow has been deepened, "" You soften it with showers, "" Its springing up You bless.

11You have crowned the year of Your goodness, "" And Your paths drop fatness.

12The pastures of a wilderness drop, "" And You gird the hills with joy.

13The meadows are clothed with the flock, "" And valleys are covered with grain, "" They shout—indeed, they sing!

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