105 GIVE thanks to Jehovah, call upon his name,+Make known among the peoples his dealings.+ 2 Sing to him, make melody to him,+Concern yourselves with all his wonderful works.+ 3 Make YOUR boast in his holy name.+Let the heart of those seeking Jehovah rejoice.+ 4 Search for Jehovah and his strength.+Seek his face constantly.+ 5 Remember his wonderful works that he has performed,+His miracles and the judicial decisions of his mouth,+ 6 O YOU seed of Abraham his servant,+YOU sons of Jacob, his chosen ones.+ 7 He is Jehovah our God.+His judicial decisions are in all the earth.+ 8 He has remembered his covenant even to time indefinite,+The word that he commanded, to a thousand generations,+ 9 Which [covenant] he concluded* with Abraham,+And his sworn statement to Isaac,+ 10 And which [statement]* he kept standing as a regulation even to Jacob,As an indefinitely lasting covenant even to Israel,+ 11 Saying: “To you I shall give the land of Caʹnaan+As the allotment of YOUR inheritance.”+ 12 [This was] when they* happened to be few in number,+Yes, very few, and alien residents in it.+ 13 And they kept walking about from nation to nation,+From one kingdom to another people.+ 14 He did not allow any human* to defraud them,+But on their account he reproved kings,+ 15 [Saying:] “Do not YOU men touch my anointed ones,*+And to my prophets do nothing bad.”+ 16 And he proceeded to call for a famine upon the land;+He broke every rod around which ring-shaped loaves were suspended.*+ 17 He sent ahead of them a man*Who was sold to be a slave, Joseph.+ 18 With fetters they afflicted his feet,+Into irons his soul came;+ 19 Until the time that his word* came,+The saying* of Jehovah itself refined him.+ 20 The king sent that he might release him,+The ruler of the peoples, that he might let him loose. 21 He set him as master to his household+And as ruler over all his property,+ 22 To bind his princes agreeably to his soul*+And that he might teach wisdom to even his elderly men.+ 23 And Israel proceeded to come into Egypt,+And Jacob himself resided as an alien in the land of Ham.+ 24 And he kept making his people very fruitful,+And gradually made them mightier than their adversaries.+ 25 He let their heart change to hate his people,+To behave cunningly against his servants.+ 26 He sent Moses his servant,+Aaron whom he had chosen.+ 27 They* set among them the matters of his signs,+And the miracles in the land of Ham.+ 28 He sent darkness and so made it dark;+And they did not rebel against his words.+ 29 He changed their waters into blood,+And proceeded to put their fish to death.+ 30 Their land swarmed with frogs,+In the interior rooms of their kings. 31 He said that the gadflies should come in,+Gnats in all their territories.+ 32 He made their downpours hail,+A flaming fire on their land.+ 33 And he proceeded to strike their vines and their fig treesAnd to break the trees of their territory.+ 34 He said that the locusts should come in,+And a species of locust,* even without number.+ 35 And they went eating all the vegetation in their land;+They also went eating the fruitage of their ground. 36 And he proceeded to strike down every firstborn in their land,+The beginning of all their generative power.+ 37 And he began to bring them out with silver and gold;+And among his tribes there was no one stumbling along. 38 Egypt rejoiced when they went out,For the dread of them had fallen upon them.+ 39 He spread out a cloud for a screen,+And fire to give light by night.+ 40 They* asked, and he proceeded to bring quails,+And with bread from heaven he kept satisfying them.+ 41 He opened a rock, and waters began to flow out;+These went through the waterless regions as a river.+ 42 For he remembered his holy word* with Abraham his servant.+ 43 So he brought out his people with exultation,+His chosen ones even with a joyful cry.+ 44 And gradually he gave them the lands of the nations,+And they kept taking possession of the product of the hard work of national groups,+ 45 To the end that they might keep his regulations+And observe his own laws.+Praise Jah, YOU people!+
^ Lit., “cut.”
^ “Which [statement].” Heb., ha, a pronominal suffix to the fem. verb, referring to the fem. expression “sworn statement” in vs 9.
^ Or, “earthling man.” Heb., ʼa·dhamʹ.
^ “My anointed ones.” Heb., vim·shi·chaiʹ, pl.; Gr., khri·stonʹ; Syr., lam·shi·chai, pl.; Lat., chriʹstos.
^ Lit., “every rod of bread.”
^ “Man.” Heb., ʼish.
^ “His word.” Or, “the word of One.” Heb., dheva·rohʹ.
^ “The saying of.” Heb., ʼim·rathʹ.
^ “Agreeably to his soul.” Lit., “in (by) his soul.” Heb., benaph·shohʹ.
^ “They,” MT; LXXSyVg, “He.”
^ “They,” TLXXSyVg; M, “He,” collectively.
^ Or, “promise.” Compare vs 8.