Psalm 115
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To Your Name Be the Glory
(Psalm 135:1–21)

1Not to us, O LORD, not to us,

but to Your name be the glory,

because of Your loving devotion,

because of Your faithfulness.

2Why should the nations say,

“Where is their God?”

3Our God is in heaven;

He does as He pleases.

4Their idols are silver and gold,

made by the hands of men.

5They have mouths, but cannot speak;

they have eyes, but cannot see;

6they have ears, but cannot hear;

they have noses, but cannot smell;

7they have hands, but cannot feel;

they have feet, but cannot walk;

they cannot even clear their throats.a

8Those who make them become like them,

as do all who trust in them.

9O Israel,b trust in the LORD!

He is their help and shield.

10O house of Aaron, trust in the LORD!

He is their help and shield.

11You who fear the LORD, trust in the LORD!

He is their help and shield.

12The LORD is mindful of us;

He will bless us.

He will bless the house of Israel;

He will bless the house of Aaron;

13He will bless those who fear the LORD—

small and great alike.

14May the LORD give you increase,

both you and your children.

15May you be blessed by the LORD,

the Maker of heaven and earth.

16The highest heavens belong to the LORD,

but the earth He has given to mankind.

17It is not the dead who praise the LORD,

nor any who descend into silence.

18But it is we who will bless the LORD,

both now and forevermore.


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