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they were possess'd with fear, 16 Be thou not then afraid, when one thou cast's, and dost reje&t. Their grief came like a woman's pain, enriched thou dost see,

18 When thou a thiet didst see,
when she a child doth bear.
Nor when the glory of his house

with him thou didst consent, 102 ; ' 3 Thou Tarshish ships with east-wind

advanced is on high.

And with the vile adulterers
: 8 As we have heard it told, (break'st. 17 For he shall carry nothing hence, partaker on thou went.
ace
, So in the city of the Lord

when death his days doth end ;
our eyes did it behold:
Nor shall his glory after him

19 Thou giv'st thy mouth to ill; In our God's city, which his hand

into the grave descend.

thy tongue deceit doth frame.

20 Thou sits,and'gainst thy brother speakít, for ever stablish will.

18 Although he his own soul did bless, thy mother's lon to shame. =

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We of thy loving kindness thought, whiles he on earth did live,

21 Because I filence kept,
Lord, in thy temple still.

( And when thou to thy self dost well, while thou these things hast wroughts 10 O Lord, according to thy name, men will thee praises give )

That I was altogether like through all the earth's thy praise : 19 He to his fathers race thall

go;

thy self, hath been thy thought: And thy right hand, O Lord, is full

they never shall see light. ht.

Yet I will thee reprove;
of righteousness always.

20 Man honour'd, wanting knowledge, is
like beasts that perish quite.

and set before thine eyes h u Because thy judgments are made known,

In order ranked thy misdeeds, let Sion mount rejoyce;

PSA L. L.

and thine iniquities. Of Judah let the daughters all

22 Now, ye that God forget; send forth a cheerful voice.

He mighty God, the Lord

this carefully consider, mG: 12 Walk about Sion, and go round,

hath spoken, and did call Left I in pieces tear you all,
the high tow'rs thereof tell.
The earth, from rising of the sun,

and none can you deliver. 13 Consider ye her palaces,

to where he hath his fall.
and mark her bulwarks well
2 From out of Zion hill,

23 Whoso doch offer praise,
which of excellency

me glorifies, and i of her: That ye may tell posterity.

And beauty the perfection is,

Will shew him God's salvation,
For this God doth abide
God Ihined gloriously.

that orders right his way.
Our God for evermore, he will
ey'n unto death us guide.
3 Our God shall surely come,

Another of the same.
keep silence shall not he:

He mighty God the Lord hath spokej
PSA L. XLIX.'
Before him fire shall waste, great storms

and call'd the earth

upon, tole

shall round about him be.

Ev’n from the rising of the fun,
Ear this, all people, and give ear,
all in the world that dwell:

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Unto the heavens clear,

unto his going down. high 2. Both low and high,both rich and poor. And to the earth likewise, that he

he from above shall call,

2 From out of Zion his own hill;

where the perfeion high ut.

3 My mouth shall wisdom tell, My heart shall knowledge meditate.

may judge his people all.

Of beauty is, from thence the Lord

hath shined gloriously. I will incline mine ear.

5 Together let my saints To parables, and on the harp

unto me gather'd be,

3 Our God shall come and shall no more my sayings dark declare. Those that by sacrifice have made

be silent, but speak out : a covenant with me.

Before him fire shall waste, great storms 5 Amidst those days that evil be, 6 And then the heavens Thall

shall compass hiin about. why should I fearing doubt ? When of my heels th’iniquity

his righteousness declare,

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He to the heavens from above; Because the Lord himself is he

and to the earth below shall compass me about.

by whom men judged are.

Shall call; that he his judgment may Lord 6 Whoe'er they be that in their wealth their confidence do pitch,

before his people fhow.
7 My people Isra’l, hear,
And boast themselves, because they are speak will I from on high;

5 Let all my laints together be
become exceeding rich.
Against thee I will testify,

unto me gathered, 7 Yet none of those his brother can

God, ev’n thy God am I.

Those that by sacrifice with me
redeem by any way,
8 I, for thy sacrifice

a covenant have made.
no blame will on thee lay;

6 And then the lieaven's shall declare Nor can he unto God for him sufficient ransom pay.

Nor for burnt-oft'rings, which to me his tighteousness abroad:
thou oft'redst ev'ry day.

Because the Lord himselt doth come; 8 (Their soul's redemption precious is,

none else is judge but God. and it can never be )

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I'll take no calf, nor goats, 9 That still he should for ever live,

from houle or folds of thine :

7 Hear, O my people, and I'll speak; and not corruption fee. 10 For beasts of forests, cattle all

Israel by name, on thousand hills are mine.

Against thee I will testifie, 10 For why? he seeth that wise men die, 11 The fowls on mountains high

God, ev’n thy God I am. and brutish fools also

are all to me well known;

8 I, for thy facrifices few, Do perish, and their wealth, when dead, to others they let go. Wild beasts which in the fields do lie,

reprove thee never will, ev’n they are all mine own.

Nor for burnt-oft'rings to have been 11 Their inward thought is, that their

before me oft'red still. and dwelling-places thall (house 12 Then if I hungry were, Stand through all ages; they their lands I would not tell it thee;

9 I'll take no bullock, nor he-goats by their own names do call. Because the world, and fulness all

from house nor folds of thine : thereof belongs to me.

10 For beasts of forests, cattle all 12 But yet in honour shall not man 13 Will I eat flesh of bulls ?

on thousand hills are mine. abide continually : *

or goats blood drink will I?

11 The fowls are all to me well knownij But passing hence, may be compar'd

14 Thanks offer thou to God, and

pay

that mountains high do yield, unto the beasts that die.

thy vows to the most High.

And I do challenge as mine own, 13 Thus brutish folly plainly is

the wild beasts of the field. their wisdom and their way;

15 And call upon me when Yet their polterity approve

in trouble thou shalt be ;

1 2 If I were hungry, I would not what they do fondly say: I will deliver thee, and thou

to thee for need complain ; 14 Like sheep they in the grave are laid, 16 But to the wicked man

my name shalt glorifie.

For earth, and all its fulness, doth

to me of right pertain. and death shall them devour:

God faith, My laws and truth 13 That I,, to eat the flesh of bulls, And in the morning upright men

Shouldst thou declare? how dar'lt thou take pleasure, dost thou think? shall over them have pow'r :

my cov'nane in thy mouth? (take Or, that I need, to quenchi my thirstz Their beauty from their dwelling shall

the blood of goats to drink? consume within the grave.

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Sith thou instruction hat's, 15 But from hell's hand God will me free, which should thy ways dire&, 14 Nay, rather unto me thy God

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13 Then will I teach thy ways unto That they my people eat as bread, To the most High perform thy word, those that transgressors be :

and on God do not call ? and fully pay thy vow. And those that finners are, shall then

s Ev’n there they were afraid, and stood 15 And, in the day of trouble great,

be turned unto thee,

with trembling all dismaid, see that thou call on me ;

14 O God, of my salvation God, Whereas there was no cause at all I will deliver thee, and thou

me from blood-guiltiness

why they should be afraid : my name shalt glorifie. Set free : then shall my tongue aloud For God his bones that thee belieg'd

hath scatt'red all abroad, 16 But God unto the wicked faith,

sing of thy righteousness. Why shouldst thou mention make 15 My closed lips, O Lord, by thee Thou hast confounded them, for they Of my commands ? how dar'lt thou in

let them be opened:

despised are of God. thy mouth my cov'nant take ? Then shall thy praises by my mouth

6 Let Isra'l's help from Sion come, 17 Sith it is so that thou dost hate

abroad be published.

when back the Lord shall bring all good instruction,

16 For thou desir't not sacrifice, His captives, Jacob shall rejoyce, And fith thou casts behind thy back,

else would I give it thee;

and Israel shall ling. and slights my words each one. Nor wilt thou with burnt-offering

PSA L. LIV. 18When thou a thief didst see,then straight at all delighted be. thou joyn’d with him in fin ; 17 A broken spirit is to God

Ave me, O God, by thy great name, And with the vile adulterers a pleasing lacrifice:

and judge me by thy ftrength. thou hast partaker been. A broken and a contrite heart,

2 My prayer hear, O God; give ear 19 Thy mouth to evil thou dost give, Lord, thou will not despise.

unto my words at length. thy tongue deceit doth frame. 20 Thou lit't, and 'gainst thy brother 18 Shew kindness

, and do good, O Lord, 3 For they that strangers are to me to Sion thine own hill;

do up against me rise; thy mother's son to shame." (spcakst , The walls of thy Jerusalem

Oppressors seek my soul, and God

ser not before their eyes. 21 These things thou wickedly haft done, build up of thy good will. and I have filent been ;

19Then righteous ofi'rings shall thee please, 4 The Lord my God my helper is, Thou thoughtst that I was like thy self, and offerings burnt, which they

lo, therefore I am bold; and did approve thy sin :

With whole-burnt-oft'rings and with calves He taketh part with ev'ry one But I will sharply chee reprove,

Dhall on thine altar lay.

that doth my soul uphold. and I will order right

PS A L. LII.

5 Unto mine enemies he shall Thy sins and thy transgressions,

mischief and ill repay: in presence of thy fight.

dost thou boast,O mighty man, o for thy truth's sake cut them off,

of mischief and of ill? 22 Consider this, and be afraid,

and sweep them clean away. The goodness of almighty God ye that forget the Lord,

endureth ever still.

6 I will a sacrifice to thee Left' I in pieces tear you all,

2 Thy tongue mischievous calumnies give with free willingness : when none can help afford.

deviseth subtilly,

Thy name, O Lord, because 'tis good, 23 Who oft'reth praise, me glorifies : Like to a ralor sharp to cut,

with praise I will confefs. I will shew God's salvation

working deceitfully.

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For he hath me delivered To him that ordereth aright

from all adversities; his life and conversation.

3 Ill more than good, and more than truth and his defire mine eye hach scen

thou lovest to speak wrong.
PS A L. LI.
4 Thou lovest all devouring words,

upon mine enemies.
O thou deceitful tongue.

PSA L. LV. Frer thy loving kindness, Lord,

s So God shall thee destroy for ay, have mercy upon me : For thy compassions great, blot out remove thee, pluck thee out

from my intreating voice. Quite from thy house, out of the land all mine iniquity.

of life he hall thee root.

2 Attend and hear me : in my plaint 2 Me cleanse from sin, and throughly wash

I mourn and make a noise. from mine iniquity.

6 The righteous shall it fee, and fear, 3 Because of th’en’my's voice, and for 3 For my transgreilions I contess,

and laugh at him they fall.

lewd mens oppression great ; my sin I ever fee.

7 Lo, this the man is that did not On me they cast iniquity, 4. Gainst thee, thee only have I sinn'd,

make God his strength at all:

and they in wrath me hate: But he in his abundant wealth in thy sight done this ill:

4 Sore pain’d within me is my heart, That when thou speak’At thou mayst be just, and he took Strength unto himself

his confidence did place,

death's rerrors on me fall. and clear in judging still.

from his own wickedness.

s Onme comes trembling, fear and dread 5 Behold, I in iniquity

o'erwhelmed me withal. was form’d the womb within, 8 But I am in the house of God

6 O that I like a dove had wings, My mother also me conceiv'd

like to an olive green:

said I, then would I fie in guiltinels and fin. My confidence for ever hath

Far hence, that I might find a place 6 Behold, thou in the inward parts

upon God's mercy been.

where I in rest might be. with truth delighted art: 9 And I for ever will thee praise,

7 Lo, then far off I wander would,

becaule thou hast done this : And wisdom thou shalt make me know

and in the delert stay. within the hidden part. I on thy name will wait, for good

8 From windy storms and tempest I

before thy saints it is. 7 Do thou with hyflop sprinkle me,

would hafte to 'scape away. I shall be cleansed fo:

PS A L. LIII.

9 O Lord, on them deftru&ion bring, Yea, wash thou me, and then I fall

Hat there is not a God, the fool

and do their tongues divide : be whiter than the snow.

doth in his heart conclude :

For in the city violence 8 Of gladness and of joyfulness, They are corrupt, their works are vile,

and ftrite I have espy’d. make me to hear the voice :

not one of them doth good.

10 They day and night upon the walls That so thele very bones which thou 2 The Lord upon the lons of men

do go about it round: haft broken,may rejoyce.

from heav'n did cast his

eyes,

There mischief is, and forrow there 9 All mine iniquities biot out, To see if any one there was

in midst of it is found. thy face hide from my sin.

that sought God, and was wise. I[ Abundant wickedness there is 10 Create a clean heart, Lord, renew 3 They altogether filthy are,

within her inward part ; a right fp'rit me within.

they all are backward gone;

And from her streets deceitfulness in Cast me not from thy sight, nor take And there is none that doeth good,

and guile do not depart. thy holy sp'rit away.

no not lo much as one. 12 Restore me thy salvation's joy,

12 He was no foe that me reproach'd, 4 These workers of iniquity, with thy free lp'rit me stay.

then chat endure I could ; do they not know at all,

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15 Nor hater that did 'gainst me boast;

my feet from falls keep free; from him me hide I would :

Like woman's birth untimely, that To walk before God in the lighc 13 But thou,man, who mine equal, guide,

they never see the fun.
of those that living be?
and mine acquaintance walt.

9 He shall them take away, before 14We joyn'd sweet counsels,to God's house

PSA L. LVII.

your pots the thorns can find, in company we past.

E merciful to me, O God,

Both living, and in fury great; 15 Let death upon them seize, and down thy mercy unto me

as with a stormy wind.
let them go quick to hell ;
Do thou extend, because my soul

10 The righteous when he vengeance sees; For wickedness doth much abound

doth put her trust in thee :

he shall be joyful then :
among them where they dwell.
Yea, in the shadow of thy wings,

The righteous one fall wash his feet 16 I'll call on God: God will me save.

my refuge I will place,

in blood of wicked men.
17 I'll pray, and make a noise
Until these fad calamities

11 So men shall say; The righteous man At ev’ning, morning, and at noon,

do wholly overpaís.

reward shall never miss :
and he shall hear my voice.
2 My cry I will caufe to ascend

And verily upon the earth 18 He hath my soul delivered,

unto the Lord most high,

a God to judge there is:
that it in peace might be,
To God who doth all things for me

PSA L. LI X.
From battle that against me was,
perform molt perfectly

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3 From lcàr’n he shall send down, and me
for many were with me.

God, deliver me from those 19 The Lord fall hear, and them afflict, That would devour me; God his truth

that are mine enemies : ,

And do thou me defend from those of old who hath abode : Because they never changes have,

and mercy forth shall lend.

that up against me rile:

2 Do thou deliver me from them therefore they fear not God. 4 My soul among fierce lions is,

that work iniquity; 20'Gainst thosethat were at peace with him

I'fire-brands live among,

And give me safety from the men he hath put forth his hand;

Menssons,whole teeth are spears and darts, of bloody cruelty. The covenant which he had made,

a sharp sword is their tongue. by breaking he profan'd.

3 For lo, they for my soul lay wait: 5 Be thou exalted very high 21 More smooth than butter were his words Let thou thy glory be advanc'd

above the heav'ns, o God;

the mighty do combine

Against me, Lord, not for my fault, while in his heart was war: His speeches were more soft than oyl,

o'er all the earth abroad.

nor any sin of mine.

4 They run, and without fault in me and yet drawn (words they are. . 6 My soul's bow'd down; for they a net themselves do ready make : 22 Cast thou thy burden on the Lord,

have laid my steps to inare ;

Awake to meet me with thy help,
and he shall thee fustain ;
Into the pit which they have digg'd

and do thou notice take. Yea, he shall cause the righteous man

for me, they fallen are.

7 My heart is fixt, my heart is fixt: unmoved to remain.

Ś Awake therefore, Lord God of hosts;

thou God of Israel, 23 But thou, O Lord my God, those men

O God, I'll fing and praile.

To visit heathen all: (pare none
in justice falt o'erthrow,
8 My glory wake, wake psaltery, harp;

that wickedly rebel. And in deftru&ion’s dungeon dark,

my self I'll early raise.

6 At ev’ning they go to and fro; at last fhalt lay them low:

9 I'll praise thee 'mong the people, Lord, they make great noise and found The bloody and deceitful men

'mong nations sing
will I :

Like to a dog, and often walk
shall not live half their days :

10 For great to heav'n thy mercy is, about the city round. But upon thee with confidence

thy truth is to the sky.

I O Lord, exalted be thy name,
I will depend always.

7 Behold,they belsh out with their mouth; above the heav'ns to stand ;

and in their lips are swords :
PSA L. LVI.
Do thou thy glory far advance

For they do say thus, Who is he

that now doth hear our words? Hew mercy, Lord, to me, for man above both sea and land.

8 But thou, O Lord, lhalt laugh at them, would swallow me outright:

PSA L.' LVIII)

and all the heathen mock, He me opprefleth, while he doth

9 While he's in pow's, l'll wait on thee: against me daily fight.

Oye, O congregation,

for God is my high rock. 2 They daily would me swallow up

indeed speak righteousness? that hate me spitefully: ye that are the sons of men,

10 He of my mercy that is God,

betimes shall me prevent: For they be many that do fight

judge ye with uprightness? against me, O most High. 2 Yea, ev'n within your very hearts

Upon mine en’mies God shall let

me see my heart's content. 3 When I'm afraid, I'll trust in thee. ye wickedness have done;

11 Them Nay not, left my folk forget:

: And ye the vi’lence of your hands In God l'll praise his word ; 4

but scatter them abroad I will not fear what flesh can do,

do weigh the earth upon:

By thy strong pow'r; and bring them down my trust is in the Lord.

O thou our field and God. s Each day they wrest my words, their 3 The wicked men estranged are

ev’n from the very womb;

12 For their mouth's sin,and for the words gainst me are all for ill. (thoughts They speaking lies do stray, as soon

that from their lips do Ay, 6 They meet,they lurk,they markmy steps,

as to the world they come.

Let them be taken in their pride, waiting my soul to kilí. 4 Unto a serpent's poison like

because they curse and ly. 7 But shall they by iniquity

their poilon doth appear;

13 wrath consume them them consume; escape thy judgment so? Yea, they are like the adder deaf,

that so they may not be: O God, with indignation, down

that closely stops her ear :

And that in Jacob God doch rule, do thou the people throw. 5 That so she may not hear the voice

to th’earth's end let them fee. 8 My wandrings all what they have been

of one that charm her would,

14 At er’ning let thou them return thou know'st, their number took: No not though he most cunning were,

making great noile and sound Into thy bottle put my tears,

and charm most wisely could. are they not in thy book? 6 Their teeth, O God, within their mouth Like to a dog, and often walk

about the city round. 9 My foes shall, when I cry, turn back, break thou in pieces small ;

up and down I know't, God is for me. The great teeth break thou ou, O Lord, 15 And let them wander

in seeking food to eat ; 10 In God his word l’ll praile, his word of thele young lions all.

And let them grudge when they shall not in God shall praised be.

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Let them like waters melt away;

be satisfy'd with meat. 11 In God I truft, I will not fear

which downward still do flow :

16 But of thy pow'r I'll fing aloud, what man can do to me. In pieces cut his arrows all,

at morn thy mercy praise: 12 Thy vows upon me are, O God :

when he shall bend his bow.

For thou to me my refuge walty I'll render praise to thee.

8 Like to a snail that melts away,

let each of them be gone: 13 Wilt thou not,who from death me fav’d,

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voice give ear;

and to w'r in troublous days.

7 He in God's presence his abode 17 O God, thou art my strength, I will for evermore shall have :

O do thou truth and mercy both ling praises unto thee; For God is my defence, a God

prepare that may him save.

8 And so I will perpetually of mercy unto me.

sing praise unto thy name, PSA L. L X.

That having made my vows, I may

each day perform the same. and scattered us abroad,

PSA L. LXII. Thou justly hast displeased been,

Y soul with expectation return to us, o God. 2 The earth to tremble thou hast made,

depends on God indeed: therein didft breaches make :

My strength and my salvation doch

from him alone proceed Do thou thereof the breaches heal, because the land doth Ibake.

2 He only my salvation is,

and my strong rock is he: 3 Unto thy people thou hard things

He only is my sure defence, haft shew'd, and on them fent :

much mov'd I shall not be. And thou hast cauled us to drink wine of astonishment.

3 How long will ye against a man 4 And yet a banner thou hast giv'n

plot mischief? ye Thall all to them who thee do tear :

Be Nain, ye as a tott'ring fence That it by them, because of truth,

shall be, and bowing wall. displayed may appear.

4 They only plot to cast him down

from his excellency, 5 That thy beloved people may They joy in lies: with mouth they bless, deliv'red be from thrall :

but they curse inwardly. Save with the pow'r of thy right hand, and hear me when I call.

5 My loul, wait thou with patience 6 God in his holiness hath spoke,

upon thy God alone : herein I will take pleasure:

On him dependeth all my hope Shechem I will divide, and forth

and expectation. will Succoth’s valley measure. 6 He only my salvation is,

and my strong 1ock is he ; 7 Gilead I claim as mine by right,

He only is my. Iure defence,
Manasseh mine shall be ;

I fhall not moved be.
Ephraim's of mine head the strength,
Judah gives law for me.

7 In God my glory placed is, 8 Moab's my washing pot, my

shoe

and my salvation lure : I'll over Edom throw :

In God the rock is of my strength, And over Palestina's land

my refuge most secure. I will in triumph go.

8 Ye people, place your confidence

in him continually; 90 who is he will bring me to

Before him pour ye out your heart, the city fortify'd ?

God is our refuge high. O who is he that to the land of Edom will me guide ?

9 Surely mean men are vanity, 10 O God, which hadeft us cast off,

and great men are a lie: this thing wilt thou not do?

In balance laid, they wholly are Ev’n thou O God, which dideft not

more light than vanity. forth with our armies go.

10 Trust ye not in oppression,

in robb’ry be not vain : 11 Help us from trouble ; for the help

On wealth set not your hearts, when as is vain which man lupplies.

increased is your gain. 12 Through God we'll do great a&s: he tread down our enemies. (shall 1. God háth it spoken once to me,

yea, this I heard again,
PS A. L. LXI.

That power to almighty God
God, give ear unto my cry,

alone doth appertain.
unto my pray'r attend.

12 Yea, mercy allo unto thee 2 From th’utmost corner of the land belongs, O Lord, alone; my cry to thee I'll send :

For thou according to his work What time my heart is overwhelm’d,

rewardest ev'ry one. and in perplexity;

PS A L. LXIII. Do thou me lead unto the rock that higher is than I.

Ord, thee

my

God I'll early seek:

my soul doth thirst for thee: 3 For thou hast for my refuge been

My Aeso longs in a dry parch'd land, a shelter by thy pow'r :

wherein no waters be. And, for defence against my foes,

2 That I thy power may behold, thou hast been a strong tow'r,

and brightness of thy face, . 4 Within thy tabernacle I

As I have seen thee heretofore, for ever will abide :

within thy holy place. And under covert of thy wings with confidence me hide.

3 Since better is thy love shan life,

my lips thee praise shall give. 5 For thou the vows that I did make,

4

I in thy name will lift my hands,
O Lord my God, didst hear :

and bless thee while I live. Thou hast giv'n me the heritage

5

Ev’n as with marrow and with fat, of thole thy name that fear. • 6 A life prolong’d for many days

my soul shall filled be: thou to the king wilt give :

Then Ihall my mouth with joyful lips Like many generations be

sing praises unto thee. the years which he hall live.

6 When I do thee upon my bed

remember with delight, And when on thee I meditáte

U in watches of the night. 7 In shadow of thy wings I'll joy,

for thou mine help hast been. 8 My soul thee follows hard, and me

thy right hand doth sustain. 9 Who seek my soul to spill, shall sink

down to earth's lowest room. 10 They by the sword shall be cut off,

and foxes prey become. 11 Yet shall the king in God rejoyce,

and each one glory shall
That swear by him: bat ftopt shall be
the mouth of liars all.

PSA L. LXIV.
Hen I to thee my prayer make,

Lord, to my
My life save from the enemy

of whom I stand in fear. .
2 Me from their secret counsel hide,

who do live wickedly; From infurrection of those men

that work iniquity. 3 Who do their tongues with malice wher,

and make them cat like Iwords, In whose bent bows are arrows set,

ey'n fharp and bitter words: 4 That they may at the perfect man

in secret aim their shot; Yea, suddenly they dare at him

to shoot, and fear it not. 5 In ill encourage they themselves,

and their fnares close do lay: Together conference they have,

Who shall them lee? they say.
6 They have search'd out iniquities,

a perfect search they keep:
Of each of them the inward thought,

and very heart is deep.
7 God shall an arrow shoot at thein,

and wound them suddenly.
8 So their own tongue shall them confound,

all who them see, shall flee.
9 And on all men a fear Thall fall,

God's works they shall declare;
For they shall wisely notice take

what these his doings are.
10 In God the righteous shall rejoyce,

and trust upon his might;
Yea, they shall greatly glory all,

in heart that are upright.

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PSAL, LXV.
Raise waits for thee in Sion, Lord ;

to thee vows paid shall be. 20 thou that hearer art of pray's,

all Aeth shall come to thee. 3 Iniquities, I must confess,

prevail against me do: But as for our transgressions,

them purge away fhalt thou. 4 Blest is the man whom thou dost choose,

and mak'st approach to thee, That he within thy courts, O Lord,

may still a dweller be: We surely shall be satisfy'd

with thy abundant grace, And with the goodness of thy houle;

ev’n of thy holy place. s O God of our lalvation,

thou in thy righteousness, By fearful works, unto our pray'rs

chine answer dost express : Therefore the ends of all the earth,

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16 All that fear God, come, hear, I'll tell 7 O God, what time thou didst Upon the seas, their confidence,

forth what he did for my soul.

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before thy people's face ; O Lord, will place in thee.

17 I with my mouth unto him cry'd, And when through the great wilderness 6 Who, being girt with pow'r, lecs fast my tongue did him extol,

thy glorious marching was ; by his great strength the hills. 18 If in my heart I sin regard,

8 Then at God's presence shook the earth, 7 Who noise ot leas, noite of their waves, the Lord will not me hear:

then drops from heaven fell and people's tumult stills. 19 But surely God me heard, and to

This Sinai shook before the Lord, 8 Those in the utmost parts that dwell my pray’rs voice gave ear.

the God of Israel. are at thy ligns afraid :

20 O let the Lord our gracious God de Th’outgoings of the morn and ev'n

9 O God, thou to thine heritage for ever blessed be,

didst send a plenteous rain, by thce are joyful made.

Who turned not my pray'r from him, Whereby thou, when it weary was, 9 The earth thou visit it, wat’ring it

nor yet his grace from me.

did it refresh again. thou mak't it rich to grow

PS A LLXVII.

10 Thy congregation then did make With God's full flood; thou corn prengr'it,

their habitation there : when thou provid'It ie so.

Ord, bless and pity us,

Of thine own goodness for the poor, 10 Her riggs thou wat’rest plenteously,

shine on us with thy face :

O God, thou didst prepare. her furrows settleft:

2 That th'earth thy way, and nations all 11 The Lord himself did give the word, With low'rs thou dost her mollifie,

may know thy saving grace.

the word al road did spread : her spring by thưe is bleft. 3 Let people praise thee, Lord,

Great was the company of them

let people all thee praile. 11 So thou che year most lib'rally

the same who published. doft with thy goodness crown, 4 O let the nations be glad,

12 Kings of great armies foiled were,

in songs their voices raise : And all thy paths abundantly

and

forc'd to flee away, on us drop fatnels down. Thou'lt justly people judge,

And women, who remain’d at home, 12 They drop upon the pastures wide

on earth rule nations all.

did distribute the prey. Сет: that do in delerts lic: s Let people praise thee, Lord, let them

13 Though ye have li'n among the praise thee both great and small.

pots, The little hills on cv'ry side ,

like doves ye shall appear, rejoyce right pleasantly. 6 The earth her fruit shall yield,

Whose wings with silver, and with gold -5

our God (hall blessing send. 13 With flocks the pastures clothed be,

whole feathers cover'd are. 7 God shall us bless, men shall him fear the vales with corn are clad;

14 When there th’Almighty scact'red kings,

unto earth's utmost end. And now they shout and sing to thee,

like Salmon-snow, 'twas white. for thou hast made them glad.

Another of the fame.

15 God's hill is like to Bafhan hill,

like Balhan hill for height.
PSA L. LXVI.

Ord, unto us be merciful,
do thou us also bless ;

16 Why do ye leap, ye mountains high? Ll lands to God in joyful sounds

this is the hill where God
And graciously caule fhinc on us
aloft your voices raise, .
the brightness of thy face :

Desires to dwell; yea, God in it
2 Sing forth the honour of his name,
2. That so thy way upon the earth

for ay will make abode. and glorious make his praise.

to all men may be known,

17 God's chariots twenty thousand are, 3 Say unto God, How terrible Also among the nations all

thousands of angels strong : in all thy works art thou ? 113

thy saving health be shown.

In's holy place God is, as in Through thy great pow'r thy toes to thee

mount Sinai, them among. shall be constrain'd to bow.

3 Olet thee people praise thee, Lord, ;

let people all thee praise.

18 Thou hast, O Lord, most glorious 4 All on the earth shall worship thee, O let the nations be glad,

ascended up on high, they shall thy praise proclaim forening

and sing for joy always :

And in triumph vi&orious led
In songs : they shall sing cheerfully
For rightly thou shalt people judge,

captive captivity: unto thy holy name.

and nations rule on earth.

Thou hast received gifts for men, s Come, and the works that God hath

for such as did rebel ; 5 Let people praise thee, Lord, let all with admiration fee':

(wrought the folk praise thee with mirth. Yea, ev'n for them, that God the Lord In's working to the sons of men

in midst of them might dwell. most terrible is he.

6 Then shall the earth yield her increase,
God, our God bless us shall.

19 Blest be the Lord, who is to us 6 Into dry land the sea le turn'u,

God shall us bless, and of the carch 7

of our salvation God, and they a passage had,

the ends shall fear him all.

Who daily with his benefits Ev'n marching through the flood on foot,

us plenteously doth load. there we in him were glad.

PSA L. L XVIII.

20 He of salvation is the God,
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He ruleth ever by his pow'r,

who is our God most strong:
Et God arise, and scattered
his eyes the nations fee :

let all his en’mies be;

And unto God the Lord, trom death di Olet not the rebellious ones

the issues do belong.
themselves on high.

And let all those that do him hate,
before his presence Alee.

21 But surely God shall wound the head 8 Ye people, bless our God: aloud 2 As smoke is driv’n, so drive thou them: of those that are his focs; the voice speak of his praise :

as fire melts wax away,

The hairy scalp of him that still 9 Our soul in life who fafe preserves, Before God's face let wicked men

on in his trespass goes. our feet from sliding stays.

lo perish and decay.

22 God said, My people I will bring 10 For thou didst prove and try us, Lord,

again from Bashan hill; 3

But let the righteous be glad, as men do filver try :

Yea, from the sea's devouring deeps

let them before God's light 1 Broughtít us into the net, and mad'st

them bring again I will.
Be
bands on our loyns to ly:

very joyful ; yea, let them
rejoyce with all their might,

23 That in the blood of enemies 12 Thou hast caus’d men rideo'crour heads, 4 To God sing, to his name sing praise, thy foot imbruod may be, and though that we did pals

extol him with your voice,

And of thy dogs dipt in the same Thro’ fire and water, yet thou broughtít That rides on heav'n by his name JAH, the tongue thou mayest see. us to a wealthy place.

before his face rejoyce.

24 Thy goings they have seen, O God, 13 I'll bring burnt-oft'rings to thy house,

the steps of majesty
s Because the Lord a father is
to thee my vows l'il pay,

OF my God, and my mighty King,

unto the fatherless : 14Which my lips utter'd, my mouth spake, God is the widows judge within

within the sanctuary. when trouble on me lay.

his place of holiness.

25 Before went singers, players next 15 Burnt-facrifices of fat rams 6 God doth the solitary set

on instruments took way: with incense I will bring ;

in fam'lies : and from bands

And them among the damsels were
Of bullocks and of goats I will
The chain'd doth free, buc rebels do

that did on timbrels play.
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