“A psalm or song for the sabbath day.” (92:2) It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High: (92:3) To tell in the morning of thy kindness, and of thy faithfulness in the nights. (92:4) Upon a ten-stringed instrument, and upon the psaltery; and with the sweet sound of the harp. (92:5) For thou hast caused me to rejoice, O Lord, through thy doing: because of the works of thy hands will I triumph. (92:6) How great are thy works, O Lord! exceedingly profound are thy thoughts. (92:7) A brutish man knoweth it not, and a fool cannot understand this. (92:8) When the wicked spring up like herbs, and when all the workers of wickedness do flourish; it is that they may be destroyed evermore. (92:9) But thou art exalted to eternity, O Lord! (92:10) For, lo, thy enemies, O Lord, for, lo, thy enemies shall perish: all the workers of wickedness shall be scattered. 10 (92:11) But thou exaltest my horn like that of a reem: I am anointed with fresh oil. 11 (92:12) And my eye looketh on [the punishment of] those that regard me with envy: of the evildoers that rise up against me my ears shall bear it. 12 (92:13) The righteous shall spring up like the palm-tree: like a cedar in Lebanon shall he grow high. 13 (92:14) Planted in the house of the Lord, in the courts of our God shall they spring up. 14 (92:15) They shall still flourish in high old age; they shall be vigorous and covered with foliage; 15 (92:16) To declare that the Lord is upright: he is my rock, and there is no faultiness in him.