Ps 104:1Bless Jehovah, O my soul. / O Jehovah my God, You are very great. / You are clothed with majesty and splendor,

Ps 104:2Wrapped with light as with a garment; / You stretch out the heavens like a tent curtain.

Ps 104:3He lays the beams of His upper chambers in the waters; / He makes the clouds His chariot; / He walks upon the wings of the wind.

Ps 104:4He makes winds His messengers, / Flames of fire His ministers.

Ps 104:5He established the earth upon its foundations, / So that it cannot be moved forever and ever.

Ps 104:6You covered it with the deep as with a garment; / The waters stood above the mountains.

Ps 104:7At Your rebuke they fled; / At the voice of Your thunder they rushed away —

Ps 104:8The mountains rose, the valleys sank — / To the place that You established for them.

Ps 104:9You set a border that they may not pass over, / That they may not turn back to cover the earth.

Ps 104:10He makes the springs gush forth in the valleys; / They run among the mountains;

Ps 104:11They give drink to every beast of the field; / The wild asses quench their thirst.

Ps 104:12The birds of heaven dwell alongside them; / They utter their voice among the branches.

Ps 104:13He waters the mountains from His upper chambers. / The earth is satisfied with the fruit of Your works.

Ps 104:14He causes the grass to grow for the cattle, / And herbage for man’s use, / That he may bring forth food from the earth:

Ps 104:15Even wine that cheers man’s heart, / Oil that makes his face shine, / And bread that sustains man’s heart.

Ps 104:16The trees of Jehovah are full of sap, / The cedars of Lebanon, which He planted,

Ps 104:17Where the birds build their nests; / As for the stork, the cypresses are her house.

Ps 104:18The high mountains are for the wild goats; / The cliffs are a refuge to the rock badgers.

Ps 104:19He made the moon to mark seasons; / The sun knows the time of its going down.

Ps 104:20You make darkness, and it is night, / In which all the beasts of the forest creep about.

Ps 104:21The young lions roar after their prey, / Even to seek their food from God.

Ps 104:22The sun rises: they retreat / And lie down in their dens.

Ps 104:23Man goes forth to his work / And to his labor until evening.

Ps 104:24How many are Your works, O Jehovah! / In wisdom You have made all of them; / The earth is full of Your creatures.

Ps 104:25Yonder is the sea, great and extensively wide; / There the creeping things are, even without number, / The small animals with the great.

Ps 104:26There the ships go; / Leviathan is there, whom You have formed / To play in it.

Ps 104:27They all wait for You, / That You may give them food at the proper time.

Ps 104:28You give to them; they gather. / You open Your hand; they are satisfied with good.

Ps 104:29You hide Your face; they are troubled. / You take away their breath; they perish, / And return to their dust.

Ps 104:30You send forth Your Spirit; they are created, / And You renew the surface of the ground.

Ps 104:31May the glory of Jehovah endure forever! / May Jehovah rejoice in His works,

Ps 104:32He who looks on the earth, and it trembles; / He who touches the mountains, and they smoke!

Ps 104:33I will sing to Jehovah while I live; / I will sing psalms to my God while I yet have being.

Ps 104:34May my musing be sweet to Him; / I will rejoice in Jehovah.

Ps 104:35May the sinners be consumed from off the earth, / And may the wicked be no more. / Bless Jehovah, O my soul. / Hallelujah.

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