1 aBless the Lord, O my soul.
O Lord my God, bthou art very great;
2 Who coverest thyself with elight as with a garment:
Who maketh kthe clouds his chariot:
Who walketh lupon the wings of the wind:
4 mWho maketh his angels spirits;
That qit should not be removed for ever.
6 rThou coveredst it with the deep as with a garment:
The waters stood above the mountains.
7 sAt thy rebuke they fled;
8 ||They go up by the mountains; they go down by the valleys
zThat they turn not again to cover the earth.
10 †He sendeth the springs into the valleys,
Which †run among the hills.
11 They agive drink to every beast of the field:
12 By them shall cthe fowls of the heaven have their habitation,
Which †sing among the branches.
And hherb for the service of man:
And bread which nstrengtheneth man’s heart.
As for the sstork, the fir trees are her house.
18 The high hills are a refuge for the twild goats;
And the rocks for the uconies.
19 He appointed the moon xfor seasons:
yThe sun knoweth his going down.
20 zThou makest darkness, and it is night:
And bseek their meat from God.
And lay them down in their cdens.
And to his labour until the evening.
fIn wisdom hast thou made them all:
The earth is full of thy griches.
25 So is this great and hwide sea,
iWherein are things creeping innumerable,
Both small and great beasts.
27 These mwait all upon thee;
nnThou openest thine hand, they are filled with good.
29 oThou hidest thy face, they are troubled:
pThou takest away their breath, they die,
And thou renewest the face of the earth.
31 The glory of the Lord †shall endure for ever:
rThe Lord shall rejoice in his works.
32 He looketh on the earth, and sit trembleth:
He ttoucheth the hills, and they smoke.
33 I will sing unto the Lord uas long as I live:
I will sing praise to my God uwhile I have my being.
34 My xmeditation of him shall be sweet:
I will be glad in the Lord.
35 Let ythe sinners be consumed out of the earth,
And let the wicked be no more.
zBless thou the Lord, O my soul.
aPraise ye the Lord.
About King James Version
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