Psalms 104:1-13; Psalms 104:31-35

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Psalms 104:1-13

1 Let my whole being bless the LORD! LORD my God, how fantastic you are! You are clothed in glory and grandeur!
2 You wear light like a robe; you open the skies like a curtain.
3 You build your lofty house on the waters; you make the clouds your chariot, going around on the wings of the wind.
4 You make the winds your messengers; you make fire and flame your ministers.
5 You established the earth on its foundations so that it will never ever fall.
6 You covered it with the watery deep like a piece of clothing; the waters were higher than the mountains!
7 But at your rebuke they ran away; they fled in fear at the sound of your thunder.
8 They flowed over the mountains, streaming down the valleys to the place you established for them.
9 You set a boundary they cannot cross so they'll never again cover the earth.
10 You put gushing springs into dry riverbeds. They flow between the mountains,
11 providing water for every wild animal— the wild donkeys quench their thirst.
12 Overhead, the birds in the sky make their home, chirping loudly in the trees.
13 From your lofty house, you water the mountains. The earth is filled full by the fruit of what you've done.

Psalms 104:31-35

31 Let the LORD's glory last forever! Let the LORD rejoice in all he has made!
32 He has only to look at the earth, and it shakes. God just touches the mountains, and they erupt in smoke.
33 I will sing to the LORD as long as I live; I will sing praises to my God while I'm still alive.
34 Let my praise be pleasing to him; I'm rejoicing in the LORD!
35 Let sinners be wiped clean from the earth; let the wicked be no more. But let my whole being bless the LORD! Praise the LORD!