1 Not unto us, Lord, not to us,
but to thy Name give praise,
Both for thy mercy and thy truth,
that are in thee always.
2 Why shall the heathen scorners say,
Where is their God become?
Our God he is in heav'n, and what
he will'd, that he hath done.
3 Their idols silver are and gold,
work of men's hands they be;
They have a mouth, but do not speak,
and eyes, but do not see:
4 And they have ears join'd to their heads,
but do not hear at all;
Noses also they form-ed have,
but not to smell withal:
5 And hands they have, but handle not,
and feet, but cannot walk:
A throat they have, yet through the same
they do not speak or talk.
6 They and their makers are alike,
and those whose trust they be
O Israel, trust in the Lord,
thy help and shield is he.
7 O Aaron's house, trust in the Lord,
that still defendeth thee;
Ye that do fear him, trust in him,
your sure defense is he.
8 The Lord of us hath mindful been,
and will us bless also,
On Israel and Aaron's house
his blessings will bellow,
9 They that be fearers of the Lord
he sure will bless them all,
Yea, he will bless them ev'ry one,
ev'n both the great and small.
10 To you always the living Lord
will multiply his grace,
And also to the children that,
shall follow of your race.
11 Ye are the blessed of the Lord,
even of the Lord most high,
Who both the heav'ns and earth did make
and fix immovably.
12 The heav'ns above the highest heav'n
belong unto the Lord;
The earth unto the sons of men
he gave of free accord.
13 They that be dead do not with praise
set forth the Lord's renown,
Nor any that unto the place
of silence do go down:
14 But we will praise the Lord our God
henceforth for ever more;
He only worthy is of praise:
praise ye the Lord therefore.Source: The Whole Book of Psalms #CXV