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1 aNot to us, O Lord, not to us,
But bto Your name give glory
Because of Your lovingkindness, because of Your 1truth.
2 aWhy should the nations say,
“bWhere, now, is their God?”
3 But our aGod is in the heavens;
He bdoes whatever He pleases.
4 Their aidols are silver and gold,
The bwork of man’s hands.
5 They have mouths, but they acannot speak;
They have eyes, but they cannot see;
They have noses, but they cannot smell;
7 1They have hands, but they cannot feel;
2They have feet, but they cannot walk;
They cannot make a sound with their throat.
Everyone who trusts in them.
He is their chelp and their shield.
10 O house of aAaron, trust in the Lord;
He is their help and their shield.
He is their help and their shield.
12 The Lord ahas been mindful of us; He will bless us;
He will bless the house of Israel;
He will bless the house of Aaron.
bThe small together with the great.
14 May the Lord agive you increase,
You and your children.
aMaker of heaven and earth.
16 The heavens are athe heavens of the Lord,
But bthe earth He has given to the sons of men.
Nor do any who go down into bsilence;
From this time forth and forever.
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