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PSALNI LXXXIII. from the pols
TA song or l'salin of Asaph. Tbwu, calledet in trouble, and in de Kl not be silence, Gode secret place of thunder: I proved tbee still, O God. at the waters of Nieribal). Selah. 2 For, lo, thipe enemies niake a tu.
8 Hear, O my people, and I will tes- mult: and they lat liate thee bava Lisy into thee: 0 Israel, is uiou will lifted up the bead. learken unto nie;
3 They bare taken crasty counsel 9 There shall no strange god be in against thy people, and consulteu thee; neither shalt thou worship any against thy lidden ones. wurange god.
4 They have said, Come, and let us 10 1 an tbe LORD thy God, which cutibern oil from being a ration; that! brought thee out of the land of Egypt: the name of Israel may be no more in open tby mouth wide, and I will sll remembrance.
6 For tbey have consulted together 11 But my people would not bearken with one consent; they are consedeto my voice; and Israel would none rale against thee :
6 The tabernacles of Edom, and the 12 So I gave them up unto their own lalımaelites; of Moab, and die Hagarheart's lust; and they walked in their enes; OWII Counsels.
7 Gebal, and Ammon, and Amalek ; 13 Oh that my people had hearkened the Philistines, with the inhabitants of unlo me, and Israel bad walked in Tyre; iny ways !
8 Ashur also is joined with them • 14 I should soon have subdued their they liave bolden the children of Lot enemies, and turned my band against Selah. their adversaries,
9 Do unto them as unto the Midian. 15 The haters or the LORD should files; a8 lo Sisera, as lo Jabin, at the bave submited theniselves unto him: brook of Kison; but their time slould have endured for 10 Which perished at En-dor: they
became as dung for the earth. Jo He should bare sed them also 11 Mitke their nobles like Oreb, and with the finest of the wlicat: and like 'Zeebyea, all their princess with lioney out of the rock should 1 Zubah, and as Zalmunna : hare satisfied thee.
12 Who said, Let us take to ourselves
the houses of God in possession. PSALM LXXXII.
13 O my God, make tbem like it I A Psalm of Asapli.
wheel: as the stubble before the wind. 01) standeih in the congregation 14 as the fire burneth a wood, ami
2 Hlow long will ye judge unjustly, 15 So persecute them with thy ten:and accept the persons of the wicked? pest, and make them alraid with thy Selah,
3 Defend the poor and fatherless : do 16 kill their faces will shame; tbat justice to the alllicted and needy. they may seek thy name, O LORD.
Deliver the poor and needy: rid 17 let them be confounded and trouthem out on the hand of the wicked, bled for ever; yea, let them be put to
5 They know not, neither will they slame, and perish: understand ; they walk on in dark 18 That men inay know that thon, vess: all the foundations of the earth whose name alone is JEHOVAH,44700 are out of course.
the Most Higli over all the earui. o I have said, Ye are gods; and all
PSALM LXXXIV. of you are children of the Most High, T To the chief Musiciaa upon Gittills,
7 But ye shall die like men, aud jall A Psalm for the sons of Koral. like one of the princes.
O Lord of hosto i tou shalt uerit all nations
201y soul longeth yea, ercu fainteth
3. Arise, O God, judge the earth: For HOW amiable are thy tabernacles,
The goodness und
power of God. for the courts of the Lond: my heartjunto bis people, and to his baiots : and my fesli crieth out for the living but let them not turn again to folly. God.
9 Surely lu18 salvation is nigli tiem 3 Yea, the sparrow liath sound albat suar lim; that glory may dwell liouse, and the swallow a nest for her in our land. sell, where she may lay her young,| 10 Mercy and truth are met together; even thine altars, 0 LORD of liosts, rigliteousness and peace bare kissed iny King, and my God.
each other. Blessed are they that dwell in thy 11 Truth shall spring out of the house: they will be still praising earth; and righteousness shall look llee. Selith.
down from heaven. 5 Blessed is the man whose strength 12 Yea, the LORD shall give that is in thee; in whose lieart are the which is good ; and our land shall ways of them,
yield her increase. 6 TV ho passing through the valley of 13 Righteousness shall go before lim, Baca made it a well; the rain also and shall set us in the way of his steps. filleth the pools.
PSALNI LXXXVI. 7 They go from strength to strength, TA Prayer of David. CUcry one of them in Zion appeareth
OW down thine ear,O LORD,heai before God.
me: for I am poor and necdy. 30 LORD God of hosts,liear my pray. 2 Preserve iny soul; for I am holy : cr:give ear, O God of Jacob. Seinh. O thou my God, save thy servant that
9 Beliold, O God our shield, and look trusleth in thee. upon the face of thinc anointed.
3 Be mercisul unto ine,
O Lond: for 10 for a day in this courts is better I cry unto thee daily. than a tliousand. I had rather be a + Rejoice the soul of thy servant:foi door-keeper in the house of my God, unto thee,O LORD,do liit up my soul than to dwell in the tents of wicked' 5 For thou, Lono,art good and ready
to forgive ; and plenieous in mercy 11 For the LORD God is a sun and unto all them that call upon thee. shield: the LORD will give grace and 6 Give ear, 0 Loin, unto my praye), glory: no good thing will be withhold and attend to the voice of my supplifrom tbem that walk uprightly.
cations. 120 LOND of losto, blessed is tbc 7 In the day of my trouble I will call anan that trusteth in thee.
upon thee : for thou wilt answer ine. PSALM LXXXV.
8 Among the gods there is none like To the chief Musician, A Psalm for unto thee, O Lord: neither are there tlie sons of Koral,
any works like unto lliy works. L ,
unto thy land : thou hast brought shall come and worsbip before thee, u back the captivity of Jacob.
LORD; and shall glorify thy name. 2 Thion base forgiven the iniquity of 10 For thou art great, and doest wonthy people ; thou liast covered all drous things: thou art God alone.; their gin. Selah.
11 Teachine thy way, O LORD; I 3 Thou last taken away all thy will walk in thy truth : wrath : thou liast turned thyself from heart to fear thy name. the fierceness of thine anger.
12 I will praise thee, O LORD my 4 Turir us, O God of our salvation, God, with all my heart; and I will and cause thine anger toward us to glorify thy name for evermore.
13 For great is thy inercy toward me; 5 W'ilt thou be angry with us for and thou last delivered iny soul lioiu ever? wilt llou draw out thinc anger the lowest hell. to all generations ?
14 0 God, the proud are rigen against 6 Will thou not revive us again, that me, andthe assemblies of violent men thy people may rejoice in thec? have sought alter my soul, and live
7 Show us thy mercy, 0 LORD, and not set thee before them. grant us thy salvation.
16 But thou, O LORD,art a God full of 8 I will hear what God the Lord compassion, and gracious; long.suller willspeak; for be will speak peaceling, and plenteous.in mercy and truth.
God's care of
his chipok. 16 O turn unto me, and have mercy affliction: LORD, I leare called daily upon me: give thy strength unto thy upon thee; I have stretched out iny servant, and save the son of thy land- bands unto thee. maid.
10 Wilt thou show wonders to the 17 Show me a loken for good; that dead? shall the dead arise and praise they which hate me may sce it, and be thee? Selalı. ashained: because thou, LORD, hast 11 Sha! thiy loving kindness be deholpen me, and comforted ine. clared in the grave? or tby faillilula
PSALM LXXXVII. ness in destruction ? T A Psalın or Song for the sons or 12 Shall thy wonders be known in Koran.
the dark? and thy rigliteousness in the TTIS foundation is in the holy moun- land of forgetfulness? tains.
unlo thee have I cried, 2 The Lond loveth the gates of Zion LORD; and in the morning shall iny more than all the dwellings of Jacob. prayer prevent thee.
3 Glorious things are spoken ol' thee, 2.1 LORD, why castest thou oft my O city of God. Selah.
soul? uchy bidest diou thy lace from 4 I will make mention of Rahab and ine? Babylon to wiem thint know me: be- 15 l am aflicted and ready to die liold Pbilislia, and Tyre, with Ethi- from my youth up: while I sufler ty opia; this man was born iliere. terrors I am distracted.
5 And of Zion il alall be said, This 16 Tliy lierce wrth goeth over me; and that man was born in her; and the thy terrors bave. cut me on. Highest bimself shall cstablisblier. 17 They came round about me daily
6. The LORD shall count, when he like water; they compassed me about writeth up the people, that this man logether. was born there. Selali.
18 Lover and friend last thou putsar 7 As well the singers as the players froni me, and mine acquaintance into on instruments shall be there : all my darkness. springs are in thee.
T Maschil of Etban the Ezralite.
Korali, to the chief Musicinn upon I LORD for ever: with iny mouth Mahalath Leannotl, Maschilor He will I make known thy faithfulness to man the Ezralsite.
all generations. O
LORD God of my salvation, 1 2 For I have said, Mercy shall be
bare cried day and night before built up for erer: thy faithfulness thee,
shalt thou establish in the very hea2 Lei my prayer come before thee: rens. incline thine ear unto my cry;
3 I lave made a covenant with my 3 For my soul is full of troubles; and chosen, I have sworn unto David my iny life drawerb nigli unto the grare. servant, 4 I am coupled with them that go 4 Tby seed will I establish for ever. down into the pit: I am as a man thai and build up thy throne to all generahath no strength:
tions. . Selali. 6 Free among the dead, like the slain 5 And the hearens shall praise thy that lie in the grave, whom thou re wonders, O LOND: lby faithfulness memberest no inore: and tbey are cut also in the congregation of the saints. ofr liom thy hand.
6 For wbo in the heaven can be coin. 6 Thou hast laid me in the lowest pared unto the LORD? who among
tie pit, in darkness, in the deeps.
sons of the miglity can be likened unto 7 Thy wrath lieth hard upon me, and the LORD? thou last afflicted me with all thy 7 God is greatly to be feared in the Sclab.
assembly of the saints, and to be hail 8 Thou liast put away mine acquaint- in reverence of all them that are about ance far from me; thou liast made me hiin. an abomination unto them: I am shut 8 0 LORD God of bosts, who is a up, and I cannot come Corth.
strong LORD like unto thee? or to thy Aline eye mourneth by reason of 'faitlfulness round about thee?
and precych 9 Thou rulest the raging or the sea : dure for ever, and his throne its the when the waves thereof arise, thou days of lieaven. blillest thein.
30 ir bis children forsake my law, 10. Thou hast broken Ralab in and walk not in my judgments; pieces, as one that is slain ; thou hast 31 If they break my statutes, and scattered thine enemies with thy'strong keep not my commandmente;
32 Then will I visit their transgre. 11 The hearens are thine, the eart! sion with the rod, and thcir iniquity illso is tline: as for the world and the with Atripes. fuloess thereof, thou last founded them. 33 Nevertheless my loving-kindness
12 Tbe north and the south tbou hast will l not utterly take from him, nor created them : Tabor and Hermon suster my faithfulness to fail. shall rejoice in thy name.
34 My covenant will l not break, 13 Thou hast a ipighty arm; strong is nor alter the tling that has gone out thy band, and high is thy riglit band. Jor my lips.
14 Justice and judgment are the lab. 35 Once I have sworn by my holiness itation of thy throne : mercy and truth that I will not lie unto David, Eball go before thy face.
36 His seed shall endure for ever, 15 Blessed is the people that know and his throne as the sun before me. the joyful sound: they shall walk, 037 It shall be establislied for ever, as LORD, in the light of thy countenance. the moon, and as a faithful witness in
26 In thy name shall they rejoice all heaven. Selab. ibe day: and in thy righteousness 33 But thou last cast off and ablior: elinll they be exalted.
red, thou hast been wroth with thine 17 For thou url the glory of their anointed. strength: and in thy favour our horn 39 Thou last made void the covenant shall be exalted,
of thy servant; thou hast profaned his 18 For the LORD is our desence; and crown by casting it to the ground. the Holy One of Israel is our King. 40 Tlou bast broken down all bis
19 Then thou spakest in vision to thy hedges; thou last brought liis strong Holy One, and saidst, I have laid help bolds to ruin. upon one that is mighty; I liare ex- 41 All that pass by the way spoil liim: alted one chosen out of the people. he is a reproach to his neighbours.
20 I bave found David my servant; 49 T!" Sast 99. 16. iglıl bando wilo my noly or have I anomted niin: mis adversaries tnou nast made all 21 With whom my land shall be bis enemics to rejoice. established : . mine arm also shall. 43 Thou hast also turned the edge of strengthen him.
bis sword, and hast not made him to 22 The enemy shall not exact upon stand in the batlle. hiin, nor the son of wickedness asílict 44 Thou hast made his glory to cease,
and cast his throne down totbeground. 23 And I will beat down his foes 45 Tlie days of his youtb hast lbou before leis sace, and plague them that shortened : thou hast covered liim liate lim.
with shamc. Selal. 24 But my failhsulness and my mercy 16 How long, LORD? wilt thou hide shall be with him; and in my name thyself forever? shall thy wrath burni Ahall bis horn be exalted.
like lire ? 25 I will set his hand also in thie sea, 47 Remember how short my time is: and his right hand in the rivers. whereforc last thou made all oven in
2€ He shall cry unto me, Thou art vain ? my Father, my God, and the Rock of 48 What man is he that liveth, ans) in v salvation,
shall not see death ? shall be delives 27 Also I will make him my first- his soul from the hand of the grave? born, higher than tbe kings of the Selah. enrtlı.
49 Lord, where are tly former lov. 28 My mercy will I keep for him ing-kindnesses, which thou gwarest for erermore, and my covenant shall unlo David in thy truth? etand fast with him.
150 Remember, LORD, the reproach 29 His sced also wil I make to cn lof 1l:y servanta; how I do bear in uy
malac lle (hiLL
sulely of the guilly bosoni the reproach of all the minbiz 17 And let the beauty of the Lord people;
our God be upon us : and establish ol Wherewith thinc enemies liave thou the work of our hands upon us ; suproached, O LORD, wherewith they sea. We work of our bands establish juve reproched the footsteps of thine thou it. alointed.
PSALM XCI. 82 Blessell be the Lord forevermore.
E that dwelled in the secret place Amen, and Amen.
II of the Most High, shall abide PSALNI XC.
under the aliadow of the Almighty. 1 A Prayer of Alosea, ibeinan of God. 2 I will way of the LORD, He is my Low boastbeen our dwellingen en de rug fortress: my God; it 2 Before the mountains were brought 3 Surely be eball deliver thee from forth, or ever thou hadst formed the the snare of the fowler, and from we (arthi and the world, even from ever. noisoine pestilence. lasting to everlasting, thou art God. 4 He sliall cover thee witb his feath
3 Thou turnest man to destruction; ers, and under bis wings shalt thou and sayest, Rerurn,se children of men. trust: liis trutb shall beiny thield and
# For a thouand yeire in thy sight Luckilis. are bid as yesterday when it is pis!, 5 Thou shall not be afraid lur the ter und is a watch in the night
ror big night; nor for ibc i'ruw that i Tlou carriest them iway as will, Dieth by day; a noon; they le as il slepp: in the H Norfor the pestilence that walketh norning they ure like grouss which in darkness : vor for the destruction groweth ur.
thal wasteth at noon-day. @ In the morning it fourislielli, and ñ A thousand shall fall at thy side, troweth up; in the evening it is cut hiel ten thousand at thiy right band, dowu cod withereth.
buut it shall not come nightlee. 7 For we are consumed by ibine an. SOnly with ibine eyes shalt thou beger, ane luy thy wrail are we troubled. Hold and see the reward of the wicked, 8 Thou hast get our iniquities bciore 9 Because thon liast made the LORD wee, our secret sins in the light of this which is my reluge, even the Most
Diyh, thy habitation; 9 For all our days are passed away| 10 There shall no evil besall thee, in thy wrath: we spend our years as neither shall any plague come nigli diy a tale that is cold.
dwelling 10 The days of our years are three. 11 Forbe shall give his angels charge score years and ten; and is by renson over thee, lo kemp thee in all thy ways. of strength they be lourscore years, yel 12 They alall bear thee up in their is their strengti labour and sorrow; lianda, lest ilivu dash tlıy loot against for it is soon cut out, and we liy awny. a stone.
Il Wlio knouveth the power of thive 13 Thou shalt tread upon the lion anger? even according to Uıy fear, 39 and adder: the young lion and the Le thy wrath.
dmgon shalt thou trample under ledi. 12 So teach us to number our days, 14 Because he hath sei his love upon What we may apply our beurts uoto me, therefore will I deliver hun : 1 Wisdoin.
will set him on high, because he hath 13 Return, O Lond, how long? and known my name. Let it repent thee concerning why ser- 16 He shall call opou ne, and I wili
auswer lim; I will be with him m 14 0 satisly us early with thy mercy; trouble ; I will deliver him, and he that we may rejoice and be glad all our lim. our days.
16 With long life will I sati 16 Make us glad according to the days and show him iny salva wherein thou bust alllicted us, and the
PSALM years w/ycin we have seen evila TA Psalm or Song 16 Let thy work appear into thy ser
T is a good thin Viults, and thy' glory unto their chil. to the Lord, ar ilien,
to thy name, on