It is agood to give thanks to the Lord And to bsing praises to Your name, O Most High;
To adeclare Your lovingkindness in the morning And Your bfaithfulness by night,
With the aten-stringed lute and with the aharp, With resounding music upon the alyre.
For You, O Lord, have made me glad by what You ahave done, I will bsing for joy at the cworks of Your hands.
How agreat are Your works, O Lord! Your bthoughts are very cdeep.
A asenseless man has no knowledge, Nor does a astupid man understand this:
That when the wicked asprouted up like grass And all bwho did iniquity flourished, It was only that they might be cdestroyed forevermore.
But You, O Lord, are aon high forever.
For, behold, Your enemies, O Lord, For, behold, aYour enemies will perish; All who do iniquity will be bscattered.
But You have exalted my ahorn like that of the wild ox; I have been banointed with fresh oil.
And my eye has alooked exultantly upon my foes, My ears hear of the evildoers who rise up against me.
The arighteous man will flourish like the palm tree, He will grow like a bcedar in Lebanon.
aPlanted in the house of the Lord, They will flourish bin the courts of our God.
They will still ayield fruit in old age; They shall be full of sap and very green,
To declare that athe Lord is upright; He is my brock, and there is cno unrighteousness in Him.