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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Sunday Psalm



    Psalm 104:1-9, 25, 37b 

    Benedic, anima mea

    1
    Bless the LORD, O my soul; *
    O LORD my God, how excellent is your greatness!
    you are clothed with majesty and splendor.
    2
    You wrap yourself with light as with a cloak *
    and spread out the heavens like a curtain.
    3
    You lay the beams of your chambers in the waters above; *
    you make the clouds your chariot;
    you ride on the wings of the wind.
    4
    You make the winds your messengers *
    and flames of fire your servants.
    5
    You have set the earth upon its foundations, *
    so that it never shall move at any time.
    6
    You covered it with the Deep as with a mantle; *
    the waters stood higher than the mountains.
    7
    At your rebuke they fled; *
    at the voice of your thunder they hastened away.
    8
    They went up into the hills and down to the valleys beneath, *
    to the places you had appointed for them.
    9
    You set the limits that they should not pass; *
    they shall not again cover the earth.

    25
    O LORD, how manifold are your works! *
    in wisdom you have made them all;
    the earth is full of your creatures.
    37b
    Hallelujah!

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