Psalm 65
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1TO THE OVERSEER. A PSALM OF DAVID. A SONG. To You, silence [and] praise, O God, in Zion, || And to You a vow is completed.

2Hearer of prayer, all flesh comes to You.

3Matters of iniquities were mightier than I, || Our transgressions—You cover them.

4O the blessedness of [him whom] You choose, || And draw near, he inhabits Your courts, || We are satisfied with the goodness of Your house, || Your holy temple.

5By fearful things in righteousness You answer us, || O God of our salvation, || The confidence of all far off || The ends of the earth and sea.

6Establishing mountains by His power, || He has been girded with might,

7Restraining the noise of seas, the noise of their billows, || And the multitude of the peoples.

8And the inhabitants of the uttermost parts || Are afraid from Your signs, || You cause the outgoings of morning and evening to sing.

9You have inspected the earth, and water it, || You make it very rich, the stream of God [is] full of water, || You prepare their grain, || When thus You prepare it,

10Its ridges have been filled, || Its furrow has been deepened, || You soften it with showers, || Its springing up You bless.

11You have crowned the year of Your goodness, || And Your paths drop fatness.

12The pastures of a wilderness drop, || And You gird the hills with joy.

13The meadows are clothed with the flock, || And valleys are covered with grain, || They shout—indeed, they sing!

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