Psalm 65
Orthodox Jewish Bible
1 Tehillah (praise) is due Thee, O Elohim, in Tziyon; And unto Thee shall the neder (vow) be performed.

2 (3) (3) O Thou that hearest tefillah (prayer), unto Thee shall kol basar come.

3 (4) (4) Divrei avonot (instances of iniquity) overwhelm me; as for peysha'einu (our transgressions), Thou hast made kapporah for them.

4 (5) (5) Ashrei is the one whom Thou choosest, and causest to come near unto Thee, that he may dwell in Thy khatzerot; we shall be satisfied with the tov of Thy Beis, even of Thy Heikhal Kodesh.

5 (6) (6) By nora'ot (awesome deeds, awe-inspiring things) of tzedek (justice) wilt Thou answer us, O Elohei Yish'einu (G-d of our salvation); Who art the hope of all the ends of eretz, and of them that are on the farthest seas;

6 (7) (7) Which by His ko'ach established the harim (mountains), being girded with gevurah;

7 (8) (8) Which stilleth the roar of the seas, the roar of their waves, and the tumult of the Amim (peoples, nations).

8 (9) (9) They also that dwell in the uttermost parts are afraid at Thy otot (signs); Thou makest the outgoing exits of boker and erev to resound with joy.

9 (10) (10) Thou visitest ha'aretz, and waterest it; Thou greatly enrichest it with the peleg Elohim (fountain of G-d), which is full of mayim; Thou preparest them dagan (grain), for so Thou didst prepare it.

10 (11) (11) Thou waterest the furrows thereof abundantly; Thou settlest the ridges thereof; Thou makest it soft with showers; Thou blessest the tzemach (sprout, branch, T.N. see Zech 6:12) thereof.

11 (12) (12) Thou crownest shnat tovatecha (the year with Thy goodness, bounty); and Thy paths drip with plenty.

12 (13) (13) They drip upon the pastures of the midbar; and the hills are enrobed with gladness.

13 (14) (14) The meadows are clothed with tzon; the amakim (valleys) also are covered over with grain; they shout for joy, they also sing.

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