It is 1good to givethanks to the LORD And to 2singpraises to Your name, O MostHigh;
To 3declare Your lovingkindness in the morning And Your 4faithfulnessaby night,
3bWith the 5ten-stringed lute and cwith the 6harp, dWith resoundingmusiceupon the 7lyre.
For You, O LORD, have made me glad by fwhat You 8have done, I will 9sing for joy at the 10works of Your hands.
5How11great are Your works, O LORD! Your g12thoughts are very13deep.
A 14senselessmanhasnoknowledge, Nor does a 15stupidmanunderstandthis:
That when the wicked16sprouted up likegrass And all17who didiniquityflourished, It was only that they might be 18destroyedforevermore .
But You, O LORD, are 19on highforever.
For, behold, Your enemies, O LORD, For, behold, 20Your enemies will perish; All who doiniquity will be 21scattered.
But You have exalted my 22horn like that of the wildox; I have hbeen 23anointed with freshoil.
And my eye has 24looked exultantly upon imy foes, My earshear of the evildoers who rise up against me.
The 25righteousman will jflourish like the palmtree, He will grow like a 26cedar in Lebanon.
1327Planted in the house of the LORD, They will flourish28in the courts of our God.
They will stillk29yieldfruit in oldage; They shall be lfull of sap and verygreen,
To mdeclare that 30the LORD is upright; He is my 31rock, and there is 32nounrighteousness in Him.