Psalm 138
Brenton's Septuagint Translation Par ▾ 

A Thankful Heart

1(137:1) A Psalm for David, of Aggaeus and Zacharias. I will give thee thanks, O Lord, with my whole heart; and I will sing psalms to thee before the angels; for thou hast heard all the words of my mouth.

2(137:2) I will worship toward thy holy temple, and give thanks to thy name, on account of thy mercy and thy truth; for thou hast magnified thy holy name above every thing.

3(137:3) In whatsoever day I shall call upon thee, hear me speedily; thou shalt abundantly provide me with thy power in my soul.

4(137:4) Let all the kings of the earth, o Lord, give thanks unto thee; for they have heard all the words of thy mouth.

5(137:5) And let them sing in the ways of the Lord; for great is the glory of the Lord.

6(137:6) For the Lord is high, and yet regards the lowly; and he knows high things from afar off.

7(137:7) Though I should walk in the midst of affliction, thou wilt quicken me; thou hast stretched forth thine hands against the wrath of mine enemies, and thy right hand has saved me.

8(137:8) O Lord, thou shalt recompense them on my behalf: thy mercy, O Lord, endures for ever: overlook not the works of thine hands.

The English translation of The Septuagint by Sir Lancelot Charles Lee Brenton (1851)

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