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104 Praise the Lord, my soul!
O Lord, my God, how great you are!
You are clothed with majesty and glory;
You have spread out the heavens like a tent
3 and built your home on the waters above.h
You use the clouds as your chariot
and ride on the wings of the wind.
4* You use the winds as your messengers
and flashes of lightning as your servants.
and it will never be moved.
and the water covered the mountains.
they rushed away when they heard your shout of command.
to the place you had made for them.
to keep them from covering the earth again.
and rivers run between the hills.
there the wild donkeys quench their thirst.
the birds make their nests and sing.
and the earth is filled with your blessings.
and plants for human beings to use,
so that they can grow their crops
olive oil to make them cheerful,
and bread to give them strength.
the Lord’s own trees, which he planted.
the storks nest in the fir trees.
and the rock-badgers hide in the cliffs.
the sun knows the time to set.
all the wild animals come out.
looking for the food that God provides.
and lie down in their dens.
and keep working until evening.
How wisely you made them all!
The earth is filled with your creatures.
where countless creatures live,
large and small alike.
26* The ships sail on it, and in it plays Leviathan,
that sea monster which you made.i
to give them food when they need it.
you provide food, and they are satisfied.
when you take away your breath, they die
and go back to the dust from which they came.
30 But when you give them breath,j they are created;
you give new life to the earth.
May the Lord be happy with what he has made!
he touches the mountains, and they pour out smoke.
as long as I live I will sing praises to my God.
for my gladness comes from him.
may the wicked be no more.
Praise the Lord, my soul!
Praise the Lord!
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