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Psalms 105
New Living Translation
105Give thanks to the Lord and proclaim his greatness. Let the whole world know what he has done.H3034H3068H7121H8034H3045H5949H5971 2Sing to him; yes, sing his praises. Tell everyone about his wonderful deeds.H7891H2167H7878H6381 3Exult in his holy name; rejoice, you who worship the Lord.H1984H6944H8034H3820H8055H1245H3068 4Search for the Lord and for his strength; continually seek him.H1875H3068H5797H1245H6440H8548 5Remember the wonders he has performed, his miracles, and the rulings he has given,H2142H6381H6213H4159H4941H6310 6you children of his servant Abraham, you descendants of Jacob, his chosen ones.H2233H85H5650H1121H3290H972 7He is the Lord our God. His justice is seen throughout the land.H3068H430H4941H776 8He always stands by his covenant—the commitment he made to a thousand generations.H2142H1285H5769H1697H6680H505H1755 9This is the covenant he made with Abraham and the oath he swore to Isaac.H3772H85H7621H3446 10He confirmed it to Jacob as a decree, and to the people of Israel as a never-ending covenant.H5975H3290H2706H3478H5769H1285 11“I will give you the land of Canaan as your special possession.”H559H5414H776H3667H2256H5159 12He said this when they were few in number, a tiny group of strangers in Canaan.H4962H4557H4592H1481 13They wandered from nation to nation, from one kingdom to another.H1980H1471H4467H312H5971 14Yet he did not let anyone oppress them. He warned kings on their behalf.H3240H120H6231H3198H4428 15“Do not touch my chosen people, and do not hurt my prophets.”H5060H4899H5030H7489 16He called for a famine on the land of Canaan, cutting off its food supply.H7121H7458H776H7665H4294H3899 17Then he sent someone to Egypt ahead of them—Joseph, who was sold as a slave.H7971H376H6440H3130H4376H5650 18They bruised his feet with fetters and placed his neck in an iron collar.H7272H6031H3525H5315H935H1270 19Until the time came to fulfill his dreams, the Lord tested Joseph’s character.H6256H1697H935H565H3068H6884 20Then Pharaoh sent for him and set him free; the ruler of the nation opened his prison door.H4428H7971H5425H4910H5971H6605 21Joseph was put in charge of all the king’s household; he became ruler over all the king’s possessions.H7760H113H1004H4910H7075 22He could instruct the king’s aides as he pleased and teach the king’s advisers.H631H8269H5315H2205H2449 23Then Israel arrived in Egypt; Jacob lived as a foreigner in the land of Ham.H3478H935H4714H3290H1481H776H2526 24And the Lord multiplied the people of Israel until they became too mighty for their enemies.H6509H5971H3966H6105H6862 25Then he turned the Egyptians against the Israelites, and they plotted against the Lord’s servants.H2015H3820H8130H5971H5230H5650 26But the Lord sent his servant Moses, along with Aaron, whom he had chosen.H7971H4872H5650H175H977 27They performed miraculous signs among the Egyptians, and wonders in the land of Ham.H7760H226H1697H4159H776H2526 28The Lord blanketed Egypt in darkness, for they had defied his commands to let his people go.H7971H2822H2821H4784H1697 29He turned their water into blood, poisoning all the fish.H2015H4325H1818H4191H1710 30Then frogs overran the land and even invaded the king’s bedrooms.H776H8317H6854H8317H2315H4428 31When the Lord spoke, flies descended on the Egyptians, and gnats swarmed across Egypt.H559H935H6157H3654H1366 32He sent them hail instead of rain, and lightning flashed over the land.H5414H1259H1653H3852H784H776 33He ruined their grapevines and fig trees and shattered all the trees.H5221H1612H8384H7665H6086H1366 34He spoke, and hordes of locusts came—young locusts beyond number.H559H697H935H3218H4557 35They ate up everything green in the land, destroying all the crops in their fields.H398H6212H776H398H6529H127 36Then he killed the oldest son in each Egyptian home, the pride and joy of each family.H5221H1060H776H7225H202 37The Lord brought his people out of Egypt, loaded with silver and gold; and not one among the tribes of Israel even stumbled.H3318H3701H2091H3782H7626 38Egypt was glad when they were gone, for they feared them greatly.H4714H8055H3318H6343H5307 39The Lord spread a cloud above them as a covering and gave them a great fire to light the darkness.H6566H6051H4539H784H215H3915 40They asked for meat, and he sent them quail; he satisfied their hunger with manna—bread from heaven.H7592H935H7958H7646H3899H8064 41He split open a rock, and water gushed out to form a river through the dry wasteland.H6605H6697H4325H2100H1980H6723H5104 42For he remembered his sacred promise to his servant Abraham.H2142H6944H1697H85H5650 43So he brought his people out of Egypt with joy, his chosen ones with rejoicing.H3318H5971H8342H972H7440 44He gave his people the lands of pagan nations, and they harvested crops that others had planted.H5414H776H1471H3423H5999H3816 45All this happened so they would follow his decrees and obey his instructions. Praise the Lord!H8104H2706H5341H8451H1984H3050


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