A Hymn of Thanksgiving For the director of music. A psalm of David. A song. 65 1God, you will be praised in Jerusalem. We will keep our promises to you. 2You hear our prayers. All people will come to you. 3Our guilt overwhelms us, but you forgive our sins. 4Happy are the people you choose and invite to stay in your court. We are filled with good things in your house, your holy Temple. 5You answer us in amazing ways, God our Savior. People everywhere on the earth and beyond the sea trust you. 6You made the mountains by your strength; you are dressed in power. 7You stopped the roaring seas, the roaring waves, and the uproar of the nations. 8Even those people at the ends of the earth fear your miracles. You are praised from where the sun rises to where it sets. 9You take care of the land and water it; you make it very fertile. The rivers of God are full of water. Grain grows because you make it grow. 10You send rain to the plowed fields; you fill the rows with water. You soften the ground with rain, and then you bless it with crops. 11You give the year a good harvest, and you load the wagons with many crops. 12The desert is covered with grass and the hills with happiness. 13The pastures are full of flocks, and the valleys are covered with grain. Everything shouts and sings for joy.
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