Psalm 104
Brenton Septuagint Translation

O Lord, My God, You Are Very Great

1A Psalm of David. Bless the Lord, O my soul. O Lord my God, thou art very great; thou hast clothed thyself with praise and honour:

2who dost robe thyself with light as with a garment; spreading out the heaven as a curtain.

3Who covers his chambers with waters; who makes the clouds his chariot; who walks on the wings of the wind.

4Who makes his angels spirits, and his ministers a flaming fire.

5Who establishes the earth on her sure foundation: it shall not be moved for ever.

6The deep, as it were a garment, is his covering: the waters shall stand on the hills.

7At thy rebuke they shall flee; at the voice of thy thunder they shall be alarmed.

8They go up to the mountains, and down to the plains, to the place which thou hast founded for them.

9Thou hast set a bound which they shall not pass, neither shall they turn again to cover the earth.

10He sends forth his fountains among the valleys: the waters shall run between the mountains.

11They shall give drink to all the wild beasts of the field: the wild asses shall take of them to quench their thirst.

12By them shall the birds of the sky lodge: they shall utter a voice out of the midst of the rocks.

13He waters the mountains from his chambers: the earth shall be satisfied with the fruit of thy works.

14He makes grass to grow for the cattle, and green herb for the service of men, to bring bread out of the earth;

15and wine makes glad the heart of man, to make his face cheerful with oil: and bread strengthens man's heart.

16The trees of the plain shall be full of sap; even the cedars of Libanus which he has planted.

17There the sparrows will build their nests; and the house of the heron takes the lead among them.

18The high mountains are a refuge for the stags, and the rock for the rabbits.

19He appointed the moon for seasons: the sun knows his going down.

20Thou didst make darkness, and it was night; in it all the wild beasts of the forest will be abroad:

21even young lions roaring for prey, and to seek meat for themselves from God.

22The sun arises, and they shall be gathered together, and shall lie down in their dens.

23Man shall go forth to his work, and to his labour till evening.

24How great are thy works, O Lord! in wisdom hast thou wrought them all: the earth is filled with thy creation.

25So is this great and wide sea: there are things creeping innumerable, small animals and great.

26There go the ships; and this dragon whom thou hast made to play in it.

27All wait upon thee, to give them their food in due season.

28When thou hast given it them, they will gather it; and when thou hast opened thine hand, they shall all be filled with good.

29But when thou hast turned away thy face, they shall be troubled: thou wilt take away their breath, and they shall fail, and return to their dust.

30Thou shalt send forth thy Spirit, and they shall be created; and thou shalt renew the face of the earth.

31Let the glory of the Lord be for ever: the Lord shall rejoice in his works;

32who looks upon the earth, and makes it tremble; who touches the mountains, and they smoke.

33I will sing to the Lord while I live; I will sing praise to my God while I exist.

34Let my meditation be sweet to him: and I will rejoice in the Lord.

35Let the sinners fail from off the earth, and transgressors, so that they shall be no more. Bless the Lord, O my soul.

Brenton Septuagint Translation, 1884. Versification mapped to KJV for coordination with other Old Testament Bible texts.

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