4The brightness was like the sun;
rays came forth from his hand,
where his power lay hidden.5Before him went pestilence,
and plague followed close behind.6He stopped and shook the earth;
he looked and made the nations tremble.
The eternal mountains were shattered;
along his ancient pathways
the everlasting hills sank low.7I saw the tents of Cushan under affliction;
the tent-curtains of the land of Midian trembled.8Was your wrath against the rivers, O Lord?
Or your anger against the rivers,
or your rage against the sea,
when you drove your horses,
your chariots to victory?9You brandished your naked bow,
sated were the arrows at your command. Selah
You split the earth with rivers.10The mountains saw you, and writhed;
a torrent of water swept by;
the deep gave forth its voice.
The sun raised high its hands;11the moon stood still in its exalted place,
at the light of your arrows speeding by,
at the gleam of your flashing spear.12In fury you trod the earth,
in anger you trampled nations.13You came forth to save your people,
to save your anointed.
You crushed the head of the wicked house,
laying it bare from foundation to roof. Selah14You pierced with his own arrows the head of his warriors,
who came like a whirlwind to scatter us,
gloating as if ready to devour the poor who were in hiding.15You trampled the sea with your horses,
churning the mighty waters.