1aLet 1Godarise, blet His enemies be scattered, And clet those who hate Him fleebefore Him.
As 2smoke is drivenaway, so drive them away ; As 3waxmeltsbefore the fire, So let the 4wickedperishbeforeGod.
But let the 5righteous be glad ; let them exultbeforeGod ; Yes, let them rejoice with gladness.
4Sing to God, 6singpraises to His name ; d7Lift up a song for Him who 8rides through the deserts, Whose 9name is ethe LORD, and exultbefore Him.
A 10father of the fatherless and a 11judgeffor the widows, Is God in His 12holyhabitation.
6Godg13makes a home for the lonely ; He 14leads out the prisoners into prosperity, Only15the rebelliousdwell in a parchedland.
O God, when You 16wentforthbefore Your people, When You 17marched through the wilderness, hSelah.
The 18earthquaked ; The 19heavensalsodropped rain at the presence of God ; i20Sinaiitself quaked at the presence of God, the God of Israel.
You 21shedabroad a plentifulrain, O God ; You confirmed Your inheritance when it was jparched.
Your creaturessettled in it; You 22provided in Your goodness for the poor, O God.
The Lordgives the kcommand ; The 23women who proclaim the good tidings are a greathost :
"24Kings of armiesflee, they flee, And she whoremains at home will 25divide the spoil !"
13lWhen you liedown26among the msheepfolds, You are like the wings of a dovecovered with silver, And its pinions with glisteninggold.
When the Almighty27scattered the kingsnthere, It was snowing in 28Zalmon.
A o29mountain of God is the mountain of Bashan ; A mountain of many peaks is the mountain of Bashan.
16Why do you look with envy, O mountains with many peaks, At the mountain which God has 30desired for His abode ? Surely31the LORD will dwell there forever.
The 32chariots of God are pmyriads, 33thousands upon thousands ; qThe Lord is among them as at Sinai, in holiness.
You have 34ascended on high, You have 35ledcaptive Your captives ; You have receivedgifts among men, Even among the rebelliousalso, that rthe LORDGod may dwell there.
19Blessed be the Lord, who daily36bears our burden, 37The God who is our salvation. Selah.
20God is to us a 38God of deliverances ; And 39to sGOD the Lord belong escapestfrom death.
21SurelyGod will 40shatter the head of His enemies, The hairycrown of him who goes on in his guiltydeeds.
The Lordusaid, "41I will bring them back from Bashan. I will bring them back from the depths of the sea ;
That v42your foot may shatter them in blood, The tongue of your 43dogs may have its portion from your enemies."
They have seen44Your wprocession, O God, The xprocession of my God, my King, y45into the sanctuary.
The 46singerswent on, the musiciansafter them, zIn the midst of the 47maidensbeatingtambourines.
2648BlessGod in the congregations, Even the LORD, you who are of the 49fountain of Israel.
27There is 50Benjamin, the aayoungest, bbruling them, The princes of Judah in their throng, The princes of 51Zebulun, the princes of Naphtali.
28ccYour God has 52commanded your strength ; Show Yourself strong, O God, 53who have actedddon our behalf.
29eeBecause of Your temple at Jerusalem54Kings will bringgifts to You.
30Rebuke the 55beastsffin the reeds, The herd of 56bulls with the calves of the peoples, Trampling under foot the pieces of silver ; He has 57scattered the peoples who delight in war.
31Envoys will come out of 58Egypt ; gg59Ethiopia will quicklystretch out her hands to God.
32Sing to God, O 60kingdoms of the earth, 61Singpraises to the Lord, Selah.
To Him who 62rides upon the hh63highestheavens, which are from ancienttimes ; Behold, 64He iispeaksforth with His voice, a 65mightyvoice.
3466Ascribestrength to God ; His majesty is overIsrael And 67His strength is in the jjskies.
35kkO God, You are 68awesome from Your llsanctuary. The God of IsraelHimself69givesstrength and power to the people. 70Blessed be God !