“I will sing to my God a new song!
O Lord, you are great and glorious!
Wonderful in strength!
Let all your creatures serve you!
You spoke, and they were made.
You send forth your Spirit.
It formed them.
There is none that can resist your voice.
The mountains shall be shaken to their foundations with the waters.
Before your glance,
The rocks shall melt like wax.
But to those who fear you,
You show mercy.
Every sacrifice as a fragrant offering is a small thing.
The fat of all whole burnt offerings to you is a very little thing.
But who ever fears the Lord is great forever.
Woe to the nations that rise up against my people!
The Lord Almighty will take vengeance on them
In the Day of Judgment.
He will send fire and worms into their flesh.
They shall weep in pain forever.”
Now this canticle switched back to Judith praising God. Judith was going to sing a new song to the great and glorious God who has invincible strength. Once again there was an illusion to creation as she said that all creatures got their life from God. Therefore, they should praise God, who sent forth his Spirit to form the world. No one can resist the voice of God. He controls the mountains and the rocks. Sacrifices are trifling matters before God. The most important thing is to fear God. The Lord almighty will take vengeance on anyone who rises up against his people. The Day of Judgment is coming where there will be eternal weeping as fire and worms will eat flesh and cause eternal pain. Here we see the eschatological sense of a final judgment day, a post-exilic theme.