• Share on Facebook
  • Twitter verse
  • Psalms
  • Ps 111

Great Are the Lord's Works

11111 pPraise the Lord!

I qwill give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart,

  in the company of rthe upright, in the congregation.

[Ps. 149:1]

Ps. 138:1

See Ps. 104:35

This psalm is an acrostic poem, each line beginning with the successive letters of the Hebrew alphabet

2Great are the sworks of the Lord,

  tstudied by all who delight in them.

Ps. 119:45, 94, 155; [Ps. 112:1; 143:5]

Ps. 92:5; Rev. 3:2; [Ps. 139:14]

3uFull of splendor and majesty is his work,

  and his vrighteousness endures forever.

Ps. 112:3, 9

Ps. 145:5

4He has wcaused his wondrous works to be remembered;

  the Lord is gracious and merciful.

[Ps. 78:4]

5He provides food for those who fear him;

  he xremembers his covenant forever.

See Ps. 105:8

6He has shown his people the power of his works,

  in giving them the inheritance of the nations.

7The works of his hands are faithful and just;

  all his precepts are ytrustworthy;

Ps. 93:5; [Ps. 19:7]

8they are zestablished forever and ever,

  to be performed with afaithfulness and uprightness.

Ps. 19:9; Rev. 15:3

Isa. 40:8; Matt. 5:18

9He sent bredemption to his people;

  he has ccommanded his covenant forever.

  dHoly and awesome is his name!

Ps. 99:3; Luke 1:49; [Ps. 8:1]

[Ps. 133:3]

[Matt. 1:21]; Luke 1:68

10eThe fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom;

  all those who practice it have fa good understanding.

  His gpraise endures forever!

[Ps. 44:8]

[Prov. 3:4; 13:15; John 7:17]

Prov. 9:10; See Prov. 1:7