Psalm 65
Smith's Literal Translation Par ▾ 

Praise Awaits God in Zion

1To the overseer; chanting to David a song. Praise being silent to thee, O God in Zion: and to thee shall the vow be repaid.

2Hear thou prayer: even to thee shall all flesh come.

3The words of iniquities were strong above me: our transgressions thou wilt cover them.

4Happy him thou wilt choose, and thou wilt draw near; he shall dwell in thy enclosures: we shall be satisfied in the good of thy house; holy is thy temple.

5Wonderful things in justice thou wilt answer us, O God saving us, the trust of all the ends of the earth, and those being far off upon the sea:

6Preparing the mountains in his strength; being girded with might:

7Restraining the tumult of the seas, the tumult of their waves, and the multitude of the nations.

8And they shall be afraid, those dwelling in the ends, from thy signs: the goings forth of the morning and evening thou wilt cause to rejoice.

9Thou reviewedst the earth, and thou wilt water it: thou wilt greatly enrich it; the stream of God being full of waters: thou wilt prepare their grain, for so thou wilt prepare it.

10Thou givest its furrows to drink to the full: thou wilt cause its incisions to flow down in showers: thou wilt bless its springing up.

11Thou crownest the year of thy goodness, and thy tracks shall drop fatness.

12The pastures of the desert shall drop, and the hills shall be girded with joy.

13The lambs of the sheep were clothed, and the valleys shall be covered with corn; they shall shout for joy, they shall also sing.

The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments; Translated Literally From The Original Tongues by Julia E. Smith

Section Headings Courtesy Berean Bible

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