Psalms 65:9-13 NIV
You care for the land and water it; you enrich it abundantly. The streams of God are filled with water to provide the people with grain, for so you have ordained it. You drench its furrows and level its ridges; you soften it with showers and bless its crops. You crown the year with your bounty, and your carts overflow with abundance. The grasslands of the wilderness overflow; the hills are clothed with gladness. The meadows are covered with flocks and the valleys are mantled with grain; they shout for joy and sing.
It is worth reminding ourselves that this psalm which speaks of great irrigation is written to a desert people. Where we live we don't have to pray for a wet season. Technically we are still in a drought, but we wouldn't know it. I was a child when we had our last, bad enough, water shortage so that there were standpipes on the streets.
The psalmist knows that with the right amount of water the land will flourish. There will be abundant crops and livestock. This is a cause of an outpouring of thanksgiving. It puts into perspective our recent worries about 'supply chains' and a lack of salad stuff. Let's give thanks for our plenty and abundance.
We praise you, O Lord our God, for all you provide for us. Thank you for life in all its fullness. In Jesus's name. Amen.