Ascribe to the Lord Glory
A Psalm of David.1 Ascribe to the Lord, O heavenly beings, ▼
▼ Hebrew sons of God, or sons of might
b ascribe to the Lord glory and strength.
2 Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name;
worship the Lord in c the splendor of holiness. ▼
▼ Or in holy attire
3 The voice of the Lord is over e the waters;
the God of glory f thunders,
the Lord, over many waters.
4 The voice of the Lord is g powerful;
the voice of the Lord is full of majesty.
5 The voice of the Lord breaks the cedars;
the Lord breaks h the cedars of Lebanon.
6 He makes Lebanon to i skip like a calf,
and j Sirion like a young k wild ox.
7 The voice of the Lord flashes forth flames of fire.
8 The voice of the Lord shakes the wilderness;
the Lord shakes the wilderness of l Kadesh.
9 The voice of the Lord makes m the deer give birth ▼
▼ Revocalization yields makes the oaks to shake
and strips the forests bare,
and in his temple all cry, “Glory!”
10 The Lord sits enthroned over o the flood;
the Lord sits enthroned p as king forever.
11 May the Lord give q strength to his people!
May the Lord bless ▼
▼ Or The Lord will give . . . The Lord will blesshis people with s peace!
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