104 lBless the Lord, O my soul!
O Lord my God, you are mvery great!
nYou are clothed with splendor and majesty,
he makes sthe clouds his chariot;
he rides on tthe wings of the wind;
4 he umakes his messengers winds,
5 He xset the earth on its foundations,
6 You ycovered it with the deep as with a garment;
7 At zyour rebuke they fled;
to the place that you cappointed for them.
9 You set da boundary that they may not pass,
so that they emight not again cover the earth.
11 they fgive drink to every beast of the field;
14 You cause ithe grass to grow for the livestock
and jplants for man to cultivate,
that he may bring forth kfood from the earth
15 and lwine to gladden the heart of man,
moil to make his face shine
and bread to nstrengthen man's heart.
18 The high mountains are for qthe wild goats;
the rocks are a refuge for rthe rock badgers.
20 tYou make darkness, and it is night,
21 uThe young lions roar for their prey,
and lie down in their vdens.
23 wMan goes out to his work
In xwisdom have you made them all;
ywhich teems with creatures innumerable,
27 These ball look to you,
to cgive them their food in due season.
when you dopen your hand, they are filled with good things.
when you gtake away their breath, they die
and hreturn to their dust.
and you jrenew the face of the ground.
31 May the glory of the Lord kendure forever;
may the Lord lrejoice in his works,
32 who looks on the earth and it mtrembles,
who ntouches the mountains and they smoke!
33 I will sing to the Lord oas long as I live;
34 May my pmeditation be pleasing to him,
35 Let qsinners be consumed from the earth,
rBless the Lord, O my soul!
sPraise the Lord!