Psalms 104:1

Overview - Psalms 104
A meditation upon the mighty power,
and wonderful providence of God.
31 God's glory is eternal.
33 The prophet vows perpetually to praise God.
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Psalms 104:1  (King James Version)
Bless the LORD, O my soul. O LORD my God, thou art very great; thou art clothed with honour and majesty.

This sublime poem on the works of God in creation and providence, is ascribed to David in the LXX., Vulgate, Ethiopic, Syriac, and Arabic; and as it opens and closes with the same words as the preceding psalm, it is probable that it was composed on the same occasion; and it is written as part of it in nine MSS.
35 ; Psalms 103:1 Psalms 103:2 Psalms 103:22

O Lord
7:1 Daniel 9:4 ; Habakkuk 1:12

art very great
145:3 Jeremiah 23:24 ; 32:17-19 Revelation 1:13-20

93:1 Isaiah 59:17 ; Daniel 7:9

29:1-4 96:6