“May the glory of Yahweh endure forever.
May Yahweh rejoice in his works.
He looks on the earth.
He touches the mountains.
I will sing to Yahweh
As long as I live.
I will sing praise to my God
While I have existence.
May my meditation be pleasing to him.
I rejoice in Yahweh.
Let sinners be consumed from the earth!
Let the wicked be no more!
O my soul!
This long psalm of thanksgiving ends with a shout out praise for Yahweh as the creator of all people and things. The glory of God endures forever so that Yahweh should rejoice in his works. If he looks at the earth, it trembles. If he touches the mountains, they start to smoke. This psalmist will sing praise to Yahweh as long as he lives and breathes. He wanted his mediation to be pleasing to Yahweh. He rejoiced in Yahweh. However, he wanted the sinners consumed and the wicked wiped away. Finally, he wanted his soul to bless and praise Yahweh. The phrase “praise Yahweh” is another way of saying alleluia, the Hebrew “Hallelujah.”