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Praise the name of the Lord;
Praise Him, O bservants of the Lord,
In the acourts of the house of our God!
5 For I know that athe Lord is great
And that our Lord is babove all gods.
6 aWhatever the Lord pleases, He does,
In heaven and in earth, in the seas and in all deeps.
Who bmakes lightnings for the rain,
Who abrings forth the wind from His treasuries.
2Both of man and beast.
Upon bPharaoh and all his servants.
And slew mighty kings,
11 aSihon, king of the Amorites,
And bOg, king of Bashan,
And call the kingdoms of Canaan;
12 And He agave their land as a heritage,
A heritage to Israel His people.
13 Your aname, O Lord, is everlasting,
14 For the Lord will ajudge His people
And bwill have compassion on His servants.
15 The aidols of the nations are but silver and gold,
The work of man’s hands.
They have eyes, but they do not see;
Nor is there any breath at all in their mouths.
Yes, everyone who trusts in them.
19 O house of aIsrael, bless the Lord;
O house of Aaron, bless the Lord;
21 Blessed be the Lord afrom Zion,
Who bdwells in Jerusalem.
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