Mah gadlu maasecha Yah,
m'od amku machsh'votecha.
Oh, how great are your works, O LORD,
your thoughts, they are very deep.
|First Line:||Mah gadlu maasecha Yah (Oh, how great are your works, O LORD|
|Title:||Mah Gadl (Oh, How Great Are Your Works)|
|Topic:||Biblical Names and Places: Lebanon; Delight; Elements of Worship: Call to Worship(19 more...)|
|Name:||[Oh, how great are your works]|
|Copyright:||© 1994 Shefa Gold|
|Notes:||This song may be sung by the congregation as a two-part canon. It is also effective to have the congregation sing only part 2 (“Hallelujah”), divided evenly between lead and echo, with a soloist or ensemble singing the text of part 1. This simple chant forms a wonderful meditative prayer that can frame the reading of this psalm or any Scripture reading.|