Psalm 104 by Rachel Higgs published on 2013-05-18T04:11:25Z Psalm 104:1–5, 30–31 sung to the tune Dunlapscreek. From the album 'Sing Praises and Rejoice' sung by the Brisbane youth group of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Australia. (www.epc.org.au) Bless God, my soul. O Lord my God, thou art exceeding great; With honour and with majesty thou clothed art in state. With light, as with a robe, thyself thou coverest about; And, like unto a curtain, thou the heavens stretchest out. Who of his chambers doth the beams within the waters lay; Who doth the clouds his chariot make, on wings of wind make way. Who flaming fire his ministers his angels sp'rits, doth make: Who earth's foundations did lay, that it should never shake. Thy quick'ning spirit thou send'st forth, then they created be; And then the earth's decayed face renewed is by thee. The glory of the mighty Lord continue shall for ever: The Lord Jehovah shall rejoice in all his works together.