n[Rom. 11:33]; See Ps. 36:6
sSee Ps. 75:10; 1 Sam. 2:1
xPs. 1:3; 52:8; 72:7; Prov. 11:28; [Num. 24:6; Isa. 61:3]; See Hos. 14:5-8
How Great Are Your Works
A Psalm. A Song for the Sabbath.1 aIt is good to give thanks to the Lord,
to sing praises to your name, bO Most High;
2to declare your csteadfast love in dthe morning,
and your efaithfulness by fnight,
3to the music of gthe lute and hthe harp,
to the melody of ithe lyre.
4For you, O Lord, have made me glad by your jwork;
at kthe works of your hands I sing for joy.
5 How lgreat are your works, O Lord!
Your mthoughts are very ndeep!
6The stupid man cannot know;
the fool cannot understand this:
7that though othe wicked sprout like grass
and all pevildoers flourish,
they are doomed to destruction forever;
8but you, O Lord, are qon high forever.
9For behold, your enemies, O Lord,
for behold, your enemies shall perish;
all evildoers shall be rscattered.
10 But you have exalted my shorn like that of tthe wild ox;
you have upoured over me ▼
▼Compare Syriac; the meaning of the Hebrew is uncertainfresh oil.
11My weyes have seen the downfall of my enemies;
my ears have heard the doom of my evil assailants.
12 xThe righteous flourish like the palm tree
and grow like a cedar in Lebanon.
13They are planted in the house of the Lord;
they flourish in ythe courts of our God.
14They still bear fruit in old age;
they are ever full of sap and green,
15 zto declare that the Lord is upright;
he is my aarock, and there is abno unrighteousness in him.
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