Tehillim 145 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)
145 (Tehillah of Dovid). [Alef} I will extol Thee, Elohai HaMelech; and I will bless Thy Shem l’olam va’ed .
2 [Beis] Kol yom will I bless Thee; and I will praise Thy Shem l’olam va’ed.
3 [Gimel] Gadol is Hashem, and me’od to be praised; and His greatness is not cheker (searchable).
4 [Dalet] Dor l’dor (generation to generation) shall praise Thy ma’asim, and shall declare Thy gevurot (mighty acts).
5 [Heh] I will speak of the hadar kavod of Thy hod, and of Thy nifle’ot (wonderful works).
6 [Vav] And men shall speak of the power of Thy norot; and I will declare Thy greatness.
7 [Zayin] They shall utter the zekher (memory, recollection) of Thy rav tov and shall sing of Thy tzedakah.
8 [Chet] Channun (gracious) is Hashem, and full of compassion; erech apayim (slow to anger), and of great chesed.
9 [Tet] Tov is Hashem to all; and His rachamim is over all His ma’asim.
10 [Yod] All Thy ma’asim shall praise Thee, Hashem; and Thy chasidim shall bless Thee.
11 [Khaf] They shall speak of the kavod of Thy Malchus, and tell of Thy gevurah;
12 [Lamed] To make known to the Bnei HaAdam His gevurah, and the kavod hadar of His Malchus.
13 [Mem] Thy Malchus is a Malchus kol olamim, and Thy Memshelet for kol dor vador.
14 [Samekh] Hashem upholdeth all that fall, and raiseth up all those that are bowed down.
15 [Ayin] The eyes of all look to Thee; and Thou givest them their okhel (food) in its season.
16 [Peh] Thou openest Thine Yad, and satisfiest the ratzon of kol chai.
17 [Tzadi] Tzaddik is Hashem in all His drakhim, and chasid in all His ma’asim,
18 [Koph] Karov (near) is Hashem unto all them that call upon Him, to all that call upon Him in emes.
19 [Resh] He will fulfil the ratzon of them that fear Him; He also will hear their cry, and will save them.
20 [Shin] Shomer is Hashem over all them that love Him; but kol haresha’im will He destroy.
21 [Tav] My mouth shall speak the tehillat Hashem; and let kol basar bless His Shem Kodesh l’olam va’ed. [T.N. See Messianic Psalms which include Ps 2, 22, 45, 72, 110, 47, 93, 96-99, 89 and which indicate Moshiach’s righteous character, experience, ideals, call, and reign.]