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shew God's glory 40 Thou hast also given me the necks/ 8 The statutes of the LORD are right of mine enemies, that I might destroy rejoicing the beart: the commandmen em that hate me.

of the LORD is pure, enliglitening the 41 They cried, but there was none to eyes. save them: even unto the LORD, bull 3 The fear of the Lord is clean, enne answered them not.

during for ever: the judgments of the 42 Then did I beat them small as the LORD ore true and righteous altodust before the wind : I did cast them gether. out as the dirt in the streets.

10 More to be desired are they than 43 Thou hast delivered ine from the gold, sea, than nuch fine gold: sweetEtrivings of the people, and thou er also than honey and the boney last made me lie licad of the leathen: comb. a people whom I have not known 11 Moreover by thein is thy servant Bliall serve me.

warved: urdin keeping of Jiem there 44 As soon as they hear of me, they is great reward. shall obey me; the strangera shall sul). 12 Who can understand his errors? mit themselves unto me.

cleanse thou me from secret faults. 45 The strangers shall fade away,and 13 Kecp back thy servant also from be afraid out of their close places. presumptuous sins; let them not lave

46 The Lord liveth; and blessed be dominion over me: then shall I be upmy Rock; and let the God of my sal-right, and I shall be innocent from the Valion be exalted.

great transgression. 47 Il is God that avengetli me, and 14 Let the words of my mouth, and subdueth the people under me. the meditation of my heart, be accepta48 He deliveretii me from mine ene ble in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, pries: yea, thou lillest me up aboveland iny Ředeemer. those that rise up against me; tlou bast


. delivered me from tie violent man. I To tbe chief Musician, A Psalm of 49 Therefore will I gire thanks unto


HE LORD hear thee in the day o. sing praises unto thy name.

50 Grcat deliverance giveth be to Jacob defend thee. his king; and sloweth mercy to his 2 Send thee help from the panctuary, anointed, lo David, and to his seed for and strengthen llice out of Zion.

3 Remember all thine offerings, and PSALM XIX.

accept thy burut-sacrifices. Selab. T To the chies Musician, A Psalm of 4 Grant thee according to thine own David.

lieart, and fulfil all this counsel. THE God; and the Grmanent showeth and in the name of our God we will

): . all ; his landy-work.

set up our banners: the LORD fulfil 2 Day unto day uttereth speech, and all thy petitions. right unto night showeth knowledge. 6 Now know I tliat the LORD saretli

3 There is no speech nor language, lis anointed; lie will hear him from tvhere their voice is not heard.

bis holy heaven with the saving + Their line is gone out through all strength of his right hanıl. the earth, and their words to the end 7 Some trust in chariots, and some of the world. In them bau be set a in lioises; but we will remember the tabernacle forthe sun;

nanie of the Lord our God. 5 Which is as a bridegroom coming 8 They are brought down and fallen : out of his chamber, and rejoiceth as a but we are risen, and stand upright. strong man to run a race.

9 Save, LORD: let the King licar us 6 His going forth is from the end of when we call. the heaven, and big circuit unto the

PSALM XXI. ends of it, and there is nothing bid | To the chief Musician, A Psalm of from the heat thereof.


HE king in , verting the soul: the testiinony of the Load is sure, making wise the simple.' how greatly shall be rejoice!


1.9 The law of the Lord is perfect,con. THE London, and in thy salvation

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in cat distress. 2 Thou hast given him nis heart's de- 7. All they that sec me laugh me to Eire, and hast not withibolden the re- scorn: they shoot out the lip: they quest of his lips. Selali.

shake the head, saying, 3 For thou preventest bim with the 8 He trusted on the LORD that he blessings of goodness: thou bettest a would deliver him: let hin deliver crown of pure gold on lils head. bim, seeing he delighted in him. 4 He asked lite of thee, and thou 9 But thou axl be thal took me out gavest it him, even length of days for of the womb): lhou didst make me ever and crer.

hope when I was upon my mouicr's 6 His glory is great iu thy salvation: bregsta. . lionour and majesty liast lbou laid up- 10 I was cast upon thee from the on liin.

womb; thou art iny God froin my 6 For thou hast made him most bless-inotler's belly. ed for ever: thou hast made him ex- 11 Be not far from me; for trouble ceeding glad with thy countenance.

is near; for there is none to help. 7 For the king trusteth in the LORD, 12 Many bulls bave compassed me: and through the mercy of the Most strong bulls of Bashan have beset ine High he shall not be moved.

round 8 Thy land shall lind out all thine| 13 They gaped upon me with their enemies : thy right hand shall find out mouths, as a ravening and a roaring I hose that late thee.

lion, I Thou shalt make them as a fiery llam poured out like water, and oven in the time of thine anger: the all my bones are out of joint: my LORD shall swallow them up in bis heart is like wax; it is melted in the yrath, and the fire shall devour thein. midst of my bowels.

10 Their fruit shalt thou destroy from 15 Mly Blrength is dried up like a pot. the earth, aud their seed froin among sherd; and iny tongue cleavetli to my the children ol' inen.

jaws; and thou hast brought me into 11 For they intended evil the dust of death. Iliee: they imagined a mischievous de 16 For dogs have compassell me: the vice, which they are not able to per.asseinbly of the wicked have enclosed jurm.

me: they pierced my hands and my 12'Tlierefore shalt thou make them rect. turn their back, rolen thou shall 17 I may tell all my bones: Liey arake ready thine arrows upon thy look and stare upon me. strivgs against the face of them. 18 They part my garments among

13 Be thou exalted, LORD, in thing them, and cast lots tipon my vesturs.
own strength: 80 will we sing and 19 But be not thou far from me, u
praise thy power.

Loud: O my strength, baste tlice to

help me.
T To the chief Musician upon Aijeleth 20 Deliver my soul from the sword;

Shahar, A Psalın of David. my darling from the power of the dog.
Y God, my God, why hast tbou 21 Save me from the lions' mouth:

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far from helping me, and from llie of the unicorns. words of my roaring?

22 I will declarealhy name unto my 2 O my God, I cry in the day-time, brethren: in the midst of the congrebut thou nearest not; and in the night. gation will I praise thee. scason, and am not silent.

23 Yellat fear the LOID, praise him; 3 But thou art holy', O thou that in- all ye the seed of Jacob, glorify hiin; habitest the praises ol' Israel.

and fearhiin, all ye the seed oilsrael. 4 Our fathers trusted in thee: they 24 For he halb not despised nor ab trusted, and thou didst deliver them. horred, the aliliction of the aflicted

5 They cried unto thee,and were de- neither hath he bid bis face from bin; livered: they trusled in thee, and but when lie cried unto him, he heard. were not confounded.

25 Mly praise shall be of thee in the 6 But I am a worm, and no man; a great congregation: I will pay piry reproach of men, and despised of the vows before then that lear hiin. people.

26 The meek shall eat and be satis

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in paycha fied: they shall praise the Lord that the LORD, and righteousness from the Beek him : your heart shall live for God of bis salvation.

6 This is the generauon of them that
97 All the ends of the world shall re-ecek bim, ibat seek thy face,0. Jacob.
member and turn unto the Lord : Selal.
and all the kindreds of the nations 7 Lilt up your heads, Oye gales;
shall worship before thee.

28 For the kingdom is the LORD's: doors; and the King or glory shall
and he is llie governor among the na- come in.

8 Who is this King or glory? The
29 All they that be sat upon earth LoD strong and inglity', the Lund
shall cat and worship: all fibey that mighty in baille.
go down to the dust shall bow before 9 Lill up your leads, O ye gaies ;
bim : and none can keep alive lis eren lill them up, je everlasting doors;
Own soul.

and the King of glory shall come in. 30 A seed shall serve him; it shall 10 Who is this King of glory? 'The be accounted to the Lord for a gener. LORD of host, he is the King of glory aliou.

Selul 31 They slian come, and shall declare

PSALM XXV. his righteousness unto a people that

Ti Psalon of David.
bornthat le

TA P sulu of David.

2 O my God, I trust in thec: let me
HE Lord is my shepherd; I shall not be ashamed, let not mine enemies

triumph over me. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green 3 Yea, lel none that wait on thee be pastures: he leadeth me beside the ashamed: let them be ashamed which still waters.

transgress without cause. 3 He restorelh my soul: lie leadeul 4 Show me thy ways, 0 LOND;leach me in the patlis of righteousness for me thy pallis. bis name's suke.

6 Lead me in thy truth, and teach 4 Yea, though I walk Arough tle me: lur thou art the God of my salvalley of the shadow of death, I will valion; on thee Jo I wait all the day. rear no evil; for thou art will me; 6 Remember, O LORD, lliy tender thy rod wurd thy stall they comfort mercies and dylosing.kindnesscs,

for they have been ever os old. 6 Thiou preparest a table before me in 7 Remeinber not the sins of'ins youth le presence of mine enemies: thou nor my tranzgressions : according to anvinest my head witli oil; my cup thy merey remember thou me for thiy rumeth orer.

goodness' sake, O LORD. 6 Surely goodness and mercy shall 8 Good and upright is the LORD follow me all the days of my life; and therefore will be teach sinners in the I will dwell in the house of the LOHD way. for ever.

gThemeek will he guide in judgment, PSALM XXIV.

and the meek will lie teach his way. TT A Psalm of David.

10 All tbe paths of the Lord are mer HE earth is the Lord's, and the cy and truih unto such as keep bis they that dwell therein.

11 Forthy name's sake,OLOND, par 2 For he hath founded it upon the don mine iniquity; for it is great. beas,and established it upon the loods. 12 What man is he that feareth the

3 VV lo shall ascend inio the lidl or Lond? bim shall be leach in the way
the LORD? and who shall stand in his that he shall choose.
holy place?

13 His soul shall dwellat ensc; and
4 He that hath clean hands, and a his seed shall inherit tbe eartli.
pure beart; who hath not lined up 14 The secret of the LORD is willi
bis soul unito vanity, nor sworn de them that lear hiin; and he will slow

thein his covenant. 6 He shall receive lie blessing from 15 Minc eycs arc cver toward the



answer me.

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to God's servire Loav; for he shall pluck iny feet out Loud is the strength of my life; of of the nei.

whom shall I be afraid? 19 Turn thee unto me, and have 2 When the wicked acven mine cne inercy upon me; for I um desolate mies and my loes, came upon me to and allicled.

eat up my llesti, they stumbled and IT The troubles of my lieart are en fell. larged: 0 bring thou me out of my 3 Though a host should encamp distresses.

against nie, my heart shall not lear: 18 Look upon iine asfiction and my though war should rise against me, in pain; and forgive all ony sing.

this will loc confident. 19 Consider inine enemies, for they 4 One thing have I desired of the are many; and they hate me with LORD, that will I seek alter; that I cruel hatred.

may dwell in the house of the LORD 20 O keep my soul, and deliver me: all the days of my life, to behold the Jet me not be ashaned: for I put my beauty of the Lord, and to inquire in trust in thee.

his temple. 21 Let integrity and uprightness 5 For in the time of trouble be shall preserve me; tor / wait on tliee. bide me in his pavilion : in the secret

22 Redeem Israel, o God, out or all ot' bis tabernacle sliall lie lide me; his troubles.

he shall set me up upon a rock, PSALMI XXVI. 6 And now shall my head be listed

up Ti Psalne of David.

above mine enemies round about me: UDGE walked in mine integrity: I have sacrifices of joy; I will sing, yea, I

, I trusted also in the Lord; there fore I will sing praises unto the Lord. shall not slide.

7 Hear, LORD, when I cry with my 2 Examine ine, O LORD, and prove voice: bave mercy also upon me, and me; try my reins and my heart.

3 For lliy loving-kindness is before 8 When thou saidst, Seck ye iny inine 'yes: and I hare walked in thy face; my heart saiel unto thee, Thy truth.

lace, LORD, will I seek. 4 l lave not eat with vain persons, 9 Hide not thy face far from me: neither will I go in with cinsemblers. put not thy servant away in anger :

6 I have liated the congregation of thou hast been my help; leave ir.e not, cru-cloers; and will not Bit with the neither forsake me, O God of piy salwicked.

vation. 6 I will wash my hands in innocen- 10 When ing father and my mother cy: so will I compass thine altar, o forsake me, when the LORD will take Lond:

7 That I may publish with the voice il Teachine thy way, O Lord, and of thanksgiving, and tell of all thy lead me in a plain patls, because of wondrous works.

mine enemies. 8 LOHD, I bare loved the habitation 12 Deliver me not over unto the will of thy house, and the place where of mine enemies; for false witnesses thie honour dselleih.

are risen up against me, uad such its O Gatlier not my soul with sinners, breathe out cruelty. nor my life with bloody men:

13 I had fainted, unless I lar believ10 In wliose hands is mischier, and led to see the goodness of the LORD UI their right hand is full of bribes. the land of the living.

11 But as for me, I will walk in mine 14 Wait on the LORD, be of good integrity: redeeun me, and be merciful courage, and he shall strengthen thy unto me.

heart; wait, I say, on the Lord. 12 My foot ylandeth in an even place:

PSALM XXVIII. in the congregations will I bless the ITA Psalm of Varid. LORD.


I cry,


rock; be not silent to me: lest, TA Psalm of David.

if thou be silent to me, I becoine like THE

HE LORD is my light and my sal. them that go down into the pite vation; wliom sbau I sear? tue 2 Hear the voice of my supplications

me up.

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gauc glory to Goa. when I cry unto thce, wlien I lift up 11 The Lord will give sirengil unto mylia ids toward thy holy oracle. his people; the LORD will bless his

3 Diaw ine not away with the wick- people with peace. cd, and with the workers of iniquity,

PSALM XXX. wlrich speak peace to their neigh-T A Psalm and Song al tlie delication bours, but mischief is in their hearts.

of the bousc of David. 4 Give llied according to their deeds: I hast lified me up, and

hast not made

WILL extollbee, LORD; for thou and according to the

wickedness of their endeavours: give them after the my soes to rejoice over me. work of their hands; render to them 20 Lord my God, I cried unto thce, llicir desert

and thou hast healed me. 5 Because they regard not the works 3 0 LORD, thou hast brouglit up my of the LORD, nor the operation of his soul froin tlie grare; thou bast kept hands, be shall destroy them, and not me alive, that I should not go down to build them up.

6 Blessell be the LORD, because he 4 Sing unto the LORD, Oye saints hath lieard the voice of any supplica- of liis, and give thanks at the remem cious.

brance of his bolincss. 7 The Lord is my strength and my 5 For his anger endur-cth bu a mo sliield; nay heart trusted in him, and I ment; in liis larour is life: weeping am helped; therefore my beart greatly may endure for a night, but joy comcth rejoiceth; and with my song will 1 in the morning. praise bim.

6 And in my prosperity I said, I shall 8 The Lord is their strength, and be never be moved. is the saving strengtlı ol'liis anointed. 7 LORD, by this lirourthou hast inade

9 Save this people, and bless lline in my mountain lo stand strong; thou heritance: feed them also,and lift them didat hide ily lace,und I was troubledo up sor erer.

8 I cried to thee, O LOR), and unco PSALM XXIX.

the Lord I made supplication. TT A Parlor of Durid.

9 Whal protit is there in my blood, VIVE unto the Lord, O ye nighty, when I go down to the pil? Sball the

give unto the LORD glory and dust praise thee? shall it declare my ylrength.

truth? 2 Gire unto uie Lond the glory due 10 Hear, O Lord, and have mercy unto his name: worslip the Lord in upon me: LORD, be tbou my lielper. the beauty of holiness.

il Thou hast turned for me my 3 The voice of the LORD is upon the mourning into dancing: thou liast wulers; ile God of glory thunderell; put ofl my sackcloth, and girded me the LOilD is upon many walers. with glidness;

4 The voice of the LORD is power- 12 To the end that my glory may sing ful, the voice of the Lord is Tull of praise to thee, and not be silent majesty.

LOND my God, I will give thanks unto 5 The voice of the Lord breaketh tliec lor erer: the cedars; yea, the LOILD breakech

PSALM XXXI. tlic cedain of Lebiinon.

I To the chief Musician, A Psalm of 6 He makell them also to skip like


N thee, O LORD, do I put my trust; unicorn,

let me never be ashameil; deliver 7 The voice of the Lord divideth the me in thy righteousness. flames of fire.

2 Bow down lline ear to me: deliver 8 'The voice of the LORD shaketh the me speedily: be thou my strong rock, wilderness; the Lord abaketh the lor a touse of delence to save me. wilderness of Kadesh.

3 For tirou uri my rock and my for9 Tlie voice of the Lond paketh the tress: therélore for thy name's sake linds lo calve, and discovereth the for- lead me, and guide me. esis: and in his lemple dow every one 4 Pull me out of the net that uicy speak of his glory.

bare laid privily for me: for thou art 10 The Lord siiteth upon the food; my strength. yea, tlıc LonD silteth Kiug for ever. 6 Into thy band I commit my spirit.

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