For the leader, on the gittith, a psalm of David
G?d, our ruler, how magnificent is your name in all the earth, you have covered the sky with your splendour
From the mouths of infants and babies, you have established strength for the sake of enemies, to end animosity and revenge.
When I look upon the sky, the works of your fingers, the moon and stars that you set in place,
What is humanity that you remember us, we children of Adam that you think of us,
That you made us a fraction of gods, adorned us with glory and majesty?
You have made us rule over the works of your hands and laid the world at our feet:
Sheep and oxen, all of them, and even wild beasts
Birds in the sky and fish in the water, everything across the seas
G?d, our ruler, how magnificent is your name in all the earth!
I retranslated Psalm 8 for use on the ‘Standing Again at Snowdon’ retreat.