Psalms 66
A Song of Praise and Thanksgiving#Ps 66 hebrew title: A song.
1Praise God with shouts of joy, all people!
2Sing to the glory of his name;
offer him glorious praise!
3Say to God, “How wonderful are the things you do!
Your power is so great
that your enemies bow down in fear before you.
4Everyone on earth worships you;
they sing praises to you,
they sing praises to your name.”
5Come and see what God has done,
his wonderful acts for mankind.
6 # Ex 14.21; Josh 3.14–17 He changed the sea into dry land;
our ancestors crossed the river on foot.
There we rejoiced because of what he did.
7He rules for ever by his might
and keeps his eyes on the nations.
Let no rebels rise against him.
8Praise our God, all nations;
let your praise be heard.
9He has kept us alive
and has not allowed us to fall.
10You have put us to the test, God;
as silver is purified by fire
so you have tested us.
11You let us fall into a trap
and placed heavy burdens on our backs.
12You let our enemies trample over us;
we went through fire and flood,
but now you have brought us to a place of safety.#66.12 Some ancient translations safety; Hebrew overflowing.
13I will bring burnt offerings to your house;
I will offer you what I promised.
14I will give you what I said I would
when I was in trouble.
15I will offer sheep to be burnt on the altar;
I will sacrifice bulls and goats,
and the smoke will go up to the sky.
16Come and listen, all who honour God,
and I will tell you what he has done for me.
17I cried to him for help;
I praised him with songs.
18If I had ignored my sins,
the Lord would not have listened to me.
19But God has indeed heard me;
he has listened to my prayer.
20I praise God,
because he did not reject my prayer
or keep back his constant love from me.

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