Fear not, o land
Fear not, O land, be glad and rejoice,
for the Lord will do great things.
Be not afraid, ye beast of the field:
for the pastures of the wilderness do spring
for the tree beareth the fruit,
the figtree and the vine do yield their strength.
Be glad, then be glad, ye children of Zion,
and rejoice in the Lord your God.
The floors shall be full of wheat.
And ye shall eat in plenty,
and praise the Name of the Lord your God,
that hath dealt wondrously with you.
Submitted by Ivo Zandhuis
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