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World English Bible

Psalm 65 (WEBP)

[1] Praise waits for you, God, in Zion. Vows shall be performed to you.
[2] You who hear prayer, all men will come to you.
[3] Sins overwhelmed me, but you atoned for our transgressions.
[4] Blessed is the one whom you choose and cause to come near, that he may live in your courts. We will be filled with the goodness of your house, your holy temple.
[5] By awesome deeds of righteousness, you answer us, God of our salvation. You who are the hope of all the ends of the earth, of those who are far away on the sea.
[6] By your power, you form the mountains, having armed yourself with strength.
[7] You still the roaring of the seas, the roaring of their waves, and the turmoil of the nations.
[8] They also who dwell in faraway places are afraid at your wonders. You call the morning’s dawn and the evening with songs of joy.
[9] You visit the earth, and water it. You greatly enrich it. The river of God is full of water. You provide them grain, for so you have ordained it.
[10] You drench its furrows. You level its ridges. You soften it with showers. You bless it with a crop.
[11] You crown the year with your bounty. Your carts overflow with abundance.
[12] The wilderness grasslands overflow. The hills are clothed with gladness.
[13] The pastures are covered with flocks. The valleys also are clothed with grain. They shout for joy! They also sing.

Scripture quotations are taken from The World English Bible™ of, 2020 stable text edition. It is in the public domain.

King James w/Strong’s #s

Psalm 65 (KJVS)

[1] «To the chief Musician (), A Psalm [and] Song of David .» Praise waiteth for thee, O God , in Sion : and unto thee shall the vow be performed ().
[2] O thou that hearest () prayer , unto thee shall all flesh come ().
[3] Iniquities prevail () against me: [as for] our transgressions , thou shalt purge them away ().
[4] Blessed [is the man whom] thou choosest (), and causest to approach () [unto thee, that] he may dwell () in thy courts : we shall be satisfied () with the goodness of thy house , [even] of thy holy temple .
[5] [By] terrible things () in righteousness wilt thou answer () us, O God of our salvation ; [who art] the confidence of all the ends of the earth , and of them that are afar off [upon] the sea :
[6] Which by his strength setteth fast () the mountains ; [being] girded () with power :
[7] Which stilleth () the noise of the seas , the noise of their waves , and the tumult of the people .
[8] They also that dwell () in the uttermost parts are afraid () at thy tokens : thou makest the outgoings of the morning and evening to rejoice ().
[9] Thou visitest () the earth , and waterest () it: thou greatly enrichest () it with the river of God , [which] is full () of water : thou preparest () them corn , when thou hast so provided () for it.
[10] Thou waterest the ridges thereof abundantly (): thou settlest () the furrows () thereof: thou makest it soft () with showers : thou blessest () the springing thereof.
[11] Thou crownest () the year with thy goodness ; and thy paths drop () fatness .
[12] They drop () [upon] the pastures of the wilderness : and the little hills rejoice on every side ().
[13] The pastures are clothed () with flocks ; the valleys also are covered over () with corn ; they shout for joy (), they also sing ().

Young’s Literal Translation

Psalm 65 (YLT)

[1] To Thee, silence-praise, O God, is in Zion, And to Thee is a vow completed.
[2] Hearer of prayer, to Thee all flesh cometh.
[3] Matters of iniquities were mightier than I, Our transgressions-Thou dost cover them.
[4] O the happiness of him whom Thou choosest, And drawest near, he inhabiteth Thy courts, We are satisfied with the goodness of Thy house, Thy holy temple.
[5] By fearful things in righteousness Thou answerest us, O God of our salvation, The confidence of all far off ends of earth and sea.
[6] Establishing mountains by His power, He hath been girded with might,
[7] Restraining the noise of seas, the noise of their billows, And the multitude of the peoples.
[8] And the inhabitants of the uttermost parts From Thy signs are afraid, The outgoings of morning and evening Thou causest to sing.
[9] Thou hast inspected the earth, and waterest it, Thou makest it very rich, the rivulet of God is full of water, Thou preparest their corn, When thus Thou dost prepare it,
[10] Its ridges have been filled, Deepened hath been its furrow, With showers Thou dost soften it, Its springing up Thou blessest.
[11] Thou hast crowned the year of Thy goodness, And Thy paths drop fatness.
[12] Drop do the pastures of a wilderness, And joy of the heights Thou girdest on.
[13] Clothed have lambs the flock, And valleys are covered with corn, They shout-yea, they sing!