1Sing to the Lord a new song;
sing to the Lord, all the earth.
2Sing to the Lord, praise his name;
proclaim his salvation day after day.
3Declare his glory among the nations,
his marvelous deeds among all peoples.
4For great is the Lord and most worthy of praise;
he is to be feared above all gods.
5For all the gods of the nations are idols,
but the Lord made the heavens.
6Splendor and majesty are before him;
strength and glory are in his sanctuary.
7Ascribe to the Lord, all you families of nations,
ascribe to the Lord glory and strength.
8Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name;
bring an offering and come into his courts.
9Worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness;
tremble before him, all the earth.
10Say among the nations, “The Lord reigns.” The world is firmly established, it cannot be moved;
he will judge the peoples with equity.
11Let the heavens rejoice, let the earth be glad;
let the sea resound, and all that is in it.
12Let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them;
let all the trees of the forest sing for joy.
13Let all creation rejoice before the Lord, for he comes,
he comes to judge the earth.
He will judge the world in righteousness
and the peoples in his faithfulness. - Psalm 96
High Tide in Galway this evening ☘pictured here is the River Corrib, one of Europe's fastest flowing rivers, it cuts through the city centre and flows straight through the Claddagh and into Galway Bay.
Some towns in Ireland just don’t even look real! 🇮🇪🏰 Take Cashel, for example. The small County Tipperary town is itself extremely cute, and then there’s this jaw-dropping castle complex on the hill above the town. Talk about eye-catching!
The Rock of Cashel - also known as St. Patrick’s Rock - was the seat of the Kings of Munster until the Norman invasion in 1101. After that, it was given over to the church.
Most of the buildings on the site date to the 12th or 13th century, which is mind boggling to an American like me - where I’m from a building that’s more than 100 years old is ancient!
The Rock of Cashel is quite touristy (and it took some patience to get a spot in the nearby parking lot), but I still think it was well worth visiting!
So what do you think? Would you stop to visit this site in Ireland? ☘️