Young's Literal Translation
Psalms, Chapter 68

   1: To the Overseer. -- A Psalm, a song of David. Rise doth God -- scattered are His enemies! And those hating Him flee from His face.
   2: As the driving away of smoke Thou drivest away, As the melting of wax before fire, The wicked perish at the presence of God.
   3: And the righteous rejoice, they exult before God, And they joy with gladness.
   4: Sing ye to God -- praise His name, Raise up a highway for Him who is riding in deserts, In Jah [is] His name, and exult before Him.
   5: Father of the fatherless, and judge of the widows, [Is] God in His holy habitation.
   6: God -- causing the lonely to dwell at home, Bringing out bound ones into prosperity, Only -- the refractory have inhabited a dry place.
   7: O God, in Thy going forth before Thy people, In Thy stepping through the wilderness, Selah.
   8: The earth hath shaken, Yea, the heavens have dropped before God, This Sinai -- before God, the God of Israel.
   9: A shower of free-will gifts thou shakest out, O God. Thine inheritance, when it hath been weary, Thou hast established it.
   10: Thy company have dwelt in it, Thou preparest in Thy goodness for the poor, O God.
   11: The Lord doth give the saying, The female proclaimers [are] a numerous host.
   12: Kings of hosts flee utterly away, And a female inhabitant of the house apportioneth spoil.
   13: Though ye do lie between two boundaries, Wings of a dove covered with silver, And her pinions with yellow gold.
   14: When the Mighty spreadeth kings in it, It doth snow in Salmon.
   15: A hill of God [is] the hill of Bashan, A hill of heights [is] the hill of Bashan.
   16: Why do ye envy, O high hills, The hill God hath desired for His seat? Jehovah also doth tabernacle for ever.
   17: The chariots of God [are] myriads, thousands of changes, The Lord [is] among them, in Sinai, in the sanctuary.
   18: Thou hast ascended on high, Thou hast taken captive captivity, Thou hast taken gifts for men, That even the refractory may rest, O Jah God.
   19: Blessed [is] the Lord, day by day He layeth on us. God Himself [is] our salvation. Selah.
   20: God Himself [is] to us a God for deliverances, And Jehovah Lord hath the outgoings of death.
   21: Only -- God doth smite The head of His enemies, The hairy crown of a habitual walker in his guilt.
   22: The Lord said: 'From Bashan I bring back, I bring back from the depths of the sea.
   23: So that thou dashest thy foot in blood, [In the blood of] enemies -- the tongue of Thy dogs.'
   24: They have seen Thy goings, O God, Goings of my God, my king, in the sanctuary.
   25: Singers have been before, Behind [are] players on instruments, In the midst virgins playing with timbrels.
   26: In assemblies bless ye God, The Lord -- from the fountain of Israel.
   27: There [is] little Benjamin their ruler, Heads of Judah their defence, Heads of Zebulun -- heads of Naphtali.
   28: Thy God hath commanded thy strength, Be strong, O God, this Thou hast wrought for us.
   29: Because of Thy temple at Jerusalem, To Thee do kings bring a present.
   30: Rebuke a beast of the reeds, a company of bulls, With calves of the peoples, Each humbling himself with pieces of silver, Scatter Thou peoples delighting in conflicts.
   31: Come do fat ones out of Egypt, Cush causeth her hands to run to God.
   32: Kingdoms of the earth, sing ye to God, Praise ye the Lord. Selah.
   33: To him who is riding on the heavens of the heavens of old, Lo, He giveth with His voice a strong voice.
   34: Ascribe ye strength to God, Over Israel [is] His excellency, and His strength in the clouds.
   35: Fearful, O God, out of Thy sanctuaries, The God of Israel Himself, Giving strength and might to the people. Blessed [is] God!

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