Psalm 65

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(English translation got from website: https://www.chabad.org/library/bible_cdo )

  1. For the conductor, a psalm of David, a song.
  2. Silence is praise to You, O God in Zion, and to You a vow is paid.
  3. You, Who hearken to prayer, to You all flesh shall come.
  4. Words of iniquities have overcome me; as for our transgressions, You shall atone for them.
  5. Praiseworthy is he whom You choose and draw near to dwell in Your courts; let us be sated with the goodness of Your house, the sanctity of Your Temple.
  6. With awesome deeds, through [Your] charity You shall answer us, God of our salvation, the trust of all the distant ends of the earth and the sea.
  7. Who sets mountains with His strength, Who is girded with might.
  8. Who humbles the roaring of the seas, the roaring of their waves, and the multitude of kingdoms.
  9. And the dwellers of the ends fear Your signs; with the emergence of morning and evening, You cause [them] to sing praises.
  10. You remember the earth and water it; You enrich it greatly with the stream of God which is full of water; You prepare their corn for so do You prepare it.
  11. To sate its furrows, to afford pleasure to its troops; with raindrops You dissolve it, You bless its plants.
  12. You crowned a year of Your goodness, and Your paths drip with fatness.
  13. They drip upon the dwellings of the desert, and hills gird themselves with joy.
  14. Meadows are clothed with flocks, and valleys are enwrapped with corn; they shout for joy, yea, they sing.