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Psalms - Chapter 68
  • 1. God rises up and scatters his enemies. Those who hate him run away in defeat.
  • 2. As smoke is blown away, so he drives them off; as wax melts in front of the fire, so do the wicked perish in God's presence.
  • 3. But the righteous are glad and rejoice in his presence; they are happy and shout for joy.
  • 4. Sing to God, sing praises to his name; prepare a way for him who rides on the clouds. His name is the LORD ---be glad in his presence!
  • 5. God, who lives in his sacred Temple, cares for orphans and protects widows.
  • 6. He gives the lonely a home to live in and leads prisoners out into happy freedom, but rebels will have to live in a desolate land.
  • 7. O God, when you led your people, when you marched across the desert,
  • 8. the earth shook, and the sky poured down rain, because of the coming of the God of Sinai, the coming of the God of Israel.
  • 9. You caused abundant rain to fall and restored your worn-out land;
  • 10. your people made their home there; in your goodness you provided for the poor.
  • 11. The Lord gave the command, and many women carried the news:
  • 12. "Kings and their armies are running away!" The women at home divided what was captured:
  • 13. figures of doves covered with silver, whose wings glittered with fine gold. (Why did some of you stay among the sheep pens on the day of battle?)
  • 14. When Almighty God scattered the kings on Mount Zalmon, he caused snow to fall there.
  • 15. What a mighty mountain is Bashan, a mountain of many peaks!
  • 16. Why from your mighty peaks do you look with scorn on the mountain on which God chose to live? The LORD will live there forever!
  • 17. With his many thousands of mighty chariots the Lord comes from Sinai into the holy place.
  • 18. He goes up to the heights, taking many captives with him; he receives gifts from rebellious people. The LORD God will live there.
  • 19. Praise the Lord, who carries our burdens day after day; he is the God who saves us.
  • 20. Our God is a God who saves; he is the LORD, our Lord, who rescues us from death.
  • 21. God will surely break the heads of his enemies, of those who persist in their sinful ways.
  • 22. The Lord has said, "I will bring your enemies back from Bashan; I will bring them back from the depths of the ocean,
  • 23. so that you may wade in their blood, and your dogs may lap up as much as they want."
  • 24. O God, your march of triumph is seen by all, the procession of God, my king, into his sanctuary.
  • 25. The singers are in front, the musicians are behind, in between are the young women beating the tambourines.
  • 26. "Praise God in the meeting of his people; praise the LORD, all you descendants of Jacob!"
  • 27. First comes Benjamin, the smallest tribe, then the leaders of Judah with their group, followed by the leaders of Zebulun and Naphtali.
  • 28. Show your power, O God, the power you have used on our behalf
  • 29. from your Temple in Jerusalem, where kings bring gifts to you.
  • 30. Rebuke Egypt, that wild animal in the reeds; rebuke the nations, that herd of bulls with their calves, until they all bow down and offer you their silver. Scatter those people who love to make war!
  • 31. Ambassadors will come from Egypt; the Ethiopians will raise their hands in prayer to God.
  • 32. Sing to God, kingdoms of the world, sing praise to the Lord,
  • 33. to him who rides in the sky, the ancient sky. Listen to him shout with a mighty roar.
  • 34. Proclaim God's power; his majesty is over Israel, his might is in the skies.
  • 35. How awesome is God as he comes from his sanctuary--- the God of Israel! He gives strength and power to his people. Praise God!

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