A Melody.1 Sing to Yahweh, a song that is new, For, wonderful things, hath he done, His own right hand and hi holy arm, have brought him salvation. 2 Yahweh, hath made known, his salvation, Before the eyes of the nations, hath he revealed his righteousness; 3 He hath remembered his lovingkindness and his faithfulness towards the house of Israel,—All the ends of the earth, have seen, the salvation of our God. 4 Shout aloud to Yahweh, all the earth, Break forth and make a joyful noise and sweep the strings; 5 Sweep the strings to Yahweh, With the lyre, With the lyre, and the voice of melody; 6 With trumpets and the sound of a horn, Shout aloud, before the king—Yahweh. 7 Let the sea, roar, and the fulness thereof, The world, and they who dwell therein; 8 Let, the floods, clap their hands, Together, let, the mountains, make a joyful noise, 9 Before Yahweh, for he is coming—to judge the earth,—He will judge the world, in righteousness, And the peoples, with equity.
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