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Mah Gadlu (Oh, How Great Are Your Works)

Mah gadlu maasecha Yah (Oh, how great are your works, O LORD

Tune: [Oh, how great are your works]
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Representative Text

Mah gadlu maasecha Yah,
m'od amku machsh'votecha.
Hal'luyah. Hal'luyah.
Hal'luyah. Hal'luyah.

Oh, how great are your works, O LORD,
your thoughts, they are very deep.
Hallelujah. Hallelujah.
Hallelujah. Hallelujah.

Source: Psalms for All Seasons: a complete Psalter for worship #92B

Text Information

First Line: Mah gadlu maasecha Yah (Oh, how great are your works, O LORD
Title: Mah Gadlu (Oh, How Great Are Your Works)


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Psalms for All Seasons #92B

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