Psalm 76
Brenton's Septuagint Translation Par ▾ 

God’s Name Is Great in Israel

1(75:1) For the end, among the Hymns, a Psalm for Asaph; a Song for the Assyrian. God is known in Judea: his name is great in Israel.

2(75:2) And his place has been in peace, and his dwelling-place in Sion.

3(75:3) There he broke the power of the bows, the shield, and the sword, and the battle. Pause.

4(75:4) Thou dost wonderfully shine forth from the everlasting mountains.

5(75:5) All the simple ones in heart were troubled; all the men of wealth have slept their sleep, and have found nothing in their hands.

6(75:6) At thy rebuke, O God of Jacob, the riders on horses slumbered.

7(75:7) Thou art terrible; and who shall withstand thee, because of thine anger?

8(75:8) Thou didst cause judgment to be heard from heaven; the earth feared, and was still,

9(75:9) when God arose to judgment, to save all the meek in heart. Pause.

10(75:10) For the inward thought of man shall give thanks to thee: and the memorial of his inward thought shall keep a feast to thee.

11(75:11) Vow, and pay your vows to the Lord our God; all that are round about him shall bring gifts, even to him that is terrible,

12(75:12) and that takes away the spirits of princes; to him that is terrible among the kings of the earth.

The English translation of The Septuagint by Sir Lancelot Charles Lee Brenton (1851)

Section Headings Courtesy Berean Bible

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