Aramaic Bible in Plain English
1Give thanks to Lord Jehovah and call his Name and show his works among the nations!
2Praise him and sing to him and declare all his wonders!
3Praise The Name of his Holiness! The heart of those who seek Lord Jehovah will rejoice!
4Seek Lord Jehovah and be strengthened. Seek his face always!
5Remember his wonders that he made; his wonders and the judgment of his mouth!
6The seed of Abraham his Servant, and the children of Jacob, his Elect Ones.
7He is Lord Jehovah, our God, whose judgments are in all the earth!
8He remembers his covenant for eternity, the word that he commanded to a thousand generations
9Who established his covenant with Abraham and his oaths with Isaac.
10And he establishes his testimony with Jacob to Israel for eternity.
11And he said, "I shall give to you the land of Canaan, the lines of their inheritance".
12When they were few in number, they were small, and they were inhabitants in it.
13They walked from nation to nation and from a kingdom to another people.
14And he allowed no man to do them wrong; he rebuked Kings for their sakes.
15"You shall not touch my Anointed and you shall not harm my Prophets".
16And he called a famine upon the land and he broke all the stalks of their grain.
17He sent a man before them. Joseph was sold to slavery.
18And they bound his feet in shackles and he himself was put in irons.
19Until his word was proven, the speech of Lord Jehovah tried him.
20The King sent and released him; he made him a Prince over his people,
21Lord over his house and Ruler over all his possessions,
22That he would instruct Rulers as he pleased and would teach wisdom to the Elders.
23Israel entered Egypt and Jacob dwelt in the habitation of Ham.
24He multiplied his people well and strengthened him more than his enemies.
25And they turned back their hearts to hate his people and to deal treacherously against his Servants.
26He sent Moses his Servant and Aaron whom he chose.
27He performed his signs among them and his wonders in the land of Ham.
28He sent darkness and it became dark and they bitterly provoked his Word*.
29He turned their waters to blood and killed their fish.
30Frogs swarmed in their land and in the inner chambers of their Kings.
31He spoke and there was a swarm of insects and lice in all their borders.
32He made their rain hail and fire burned in their land.
33He struck their vines and their fig trees and shattered the trees of their borders.
34He spoke and the locusts came and the crawling locust without number in all their land.
35It ate all the grass and fruit of their lands.
36He killed all the firstborn of Egypt, the first of all their offspring.
37He brought them out with silver and with gold and there was no one who was weak among their generations.
38Egypt was glad at their exodus because their fear had fallen upon them.
39He spread a cloud before them and it shaded them, and fire to give light in the night.
40They asked and he brought them food and the bread of Heaven filled them.
41He opened the flint and the waters flowed and the waters walked in the thirsty place.
42Because he had remembered the word of his Holiness of Abraham his Servant,
43He brought his people out with joy and his young men with praise.
44He gave them the lands of the Gentiles and they inherited the toil of the peoples
45That they would heed his commandments and keep his laws.