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• Ps. 57)
hi Kings 6 18, 29, 32, 35
a set time.
+ Heb. break.
ni Sam. 3. 1. Anos 8. 11. Mac.
1 Heb. desert.
a Lam. 2. 3.
& 58. 11. ci Sam. 2.
. P. 4+
e Prov. 23
(Ps. 73. 10.
+ Heb. break.
Isai. 51.9, 10. Ezek 29. 3. & 32
desolation of the sanctuary.
God's majesty in the church. : Lam. 17 4 Thine enemies roar in the midst of 9 He praiseth God, and promiseth to exe6 Dan. 6. 97. thy congregations; they set up their
cute justice. ensigns for signs.
To the chief Musician, || * Al-taschith, A Or, De 5 A man was famous according as he Psalm or Song || of Asaph. had lifted up axes upon the thick trees. NTO thee, O God, do we give
Or, for 6 But now they break down the thanks, unto thee do we give thanks: Asaph. carved work thereof at once with axes for that thy name is near thy wondrous and hammers.
works declare. i 2 Kings 25. 7 + They have cast fire into thy sanc 2 || When I shall receive the congre- I shall take Heb. They tuary, they have defiled" by casting down gation I will judge uprightly.
the dwelling place of thy name to the 3 The earth and all the inhabitants
thereof are dissolved: I bear up the pil-
ed up all the synagogues of God in the ishly: and to the wicked, 'Lift not up : Zech. 1.
6 For promotion cometh neither from
7 But God is the judge: he putteth b Ps.50.6.
is a cup, and the wine is red; it is full p.60.3. 12 For God is my King of old, work- of mixture; and he poureth out of the Region
ing salvation in the midst of the earth. same: "but the dregs thereof, all the & 16. 19. p Exod. 14
13 'Thou didst + divide the sea by wicked of the earth shall wring them out, 30.
But I will declare for ever; I will
than in pieces, and gavest him 'to be meat 10 All the horns of the wicked also features boku balenia to the people inhabiting the wilderness. will I cut off; but the horns of the li pot 60.**.
15 Thou didst cleave the fountain righteous shall be exalted. Ps. 72.9 and the flood: "thou driedst up + mighty
PSALM LXXVI. 5 6. Namb. rivers.
1 A declaration of God's majesty in the church. 16 The day is thine, the night also is 11 An exhortation to serve him reverently. thine: 'thou hast prepared the light and To the chief Musician on Neginoth, A the sun.
Psalm or Song || of Asaph. 17 Thou hast 'set all the borders of N® Judah is God known: his name is a Pe 26. 1, bes. 1.14 the earth: 'thou hast + made summer
great in Israel. y dets 17. zâ and winter.
2 In Salem also is his tabernacle, and 18 “Remember this, that the enemy his dwelling place in Zion. Hleb make hath reproached, O LORD, and that "the 3 There brake he the arrows of the b Ps.46.9.
foolish people have blasphemed thy name. bow, the shield, and the sword, and the
19 O deliver not the soul of thy tur- battle. Selah. Cant 2 tledove unto the multitude of the wicked: 4 Thou art more glorious and excela Ps. 68 10. forget not the congregation of thy poor lent than the mountains of prey. for ever.
5 The stouthearted are spoiled, " they Isai
. 46.12. 20 Have respect unto the covenant: have slept their sleep: and none of the P.133 ** Ple for the dark places of the earth are full of men of might have found their hands. the habitations of cruelty.
6 'At thy rebuke, O God of Jacob, 1, 21. Ezek 21 0 let not the oppressed return both the chariot and horse are cast into 39.20
. Nah. ashamed: let the poor and needy praise a dead sleep. thy name.
7 Thou, even thou, art to be feared: 22 Arise, O God, plead thine own and who may stand in thy sight when & Nah. 1. 6. cause: 'remember how the foolish man once thou art angry? reproacheth thee daily.
8 Thou didst cause judgment to be ho.Ezek. 38. 23 Forget not the voice of thine ene heard from heaven; the earth feared, i 2 Chron.
mies: the tumult of those that rise up and was still, • Hebi.es against thee + increaseth continually. 9 When God karose to judgment, to R27,8, PSALM LXXV.
save all the meek of the earth. Selah. 1 The prophet praiseth God. 2 He promiseth 10 'Surely the wrath of man shall ! See Exod.
to judge uprightly: 4 He rebuketh the praise thee: the remainder of wrath shalt 11. Ps. 65. proud by consideration of God's providence. I thou restrain.
m Eccles. 5. 4, 5, 6.
2 Exod. 13 21. & 1 19. Ps. 25.52.& 80. 1. Isai. 63. 11, 12 Hos. 12. 13.
+ Heb. to fear.
b Ps. 9.4 Matt. 13.5
b Ps. 50. 15.
e Deut. 32.7.
h Ps. 74 1.
The psalmist's combat with diffidence. PSALMS.
The law of God commended. m Vow, and pay unto the Lord your 20 ? Thou leddest thy people like a * 2 Chron. God: "let all that be round about him flock by the hand of Moses and Aaron. 12.63.3.& bring presents f unto him that ought to
the law of God. 9 The story of God's wrath • Ps. 68. 35. he is terrible to the kings of the earth. against the incredulous and disobedient. PSALM LXXVII.
67 The Israelites being rejected, God chose
Judah, Zion, and David.
* Maschil of Asaph.
gracious works. : P. 39, « To the chief Musician, * to Jeduthun, A 1 Or. for Psalm || of Asaph.
2 I will open my mouth in a parable: a Isai. 51.4. *CRIED unto God with my voice, I will utter dark sayings of old:
3 Which we have heard and known, c Pl. 441. he gave ear unto me.
and our fathers have told us. 2 In the day of my trouble I sought 4 . We will not hide them from their d Deat. 4. salsai. 26. 9the Lord: + my sore ran in the night, children, shewing to the generation to Joel 1.3 hallebe my and ceased not: my soul refused to be come the praises of the Lord, and historie comforted.
strength, and his wonderful works that 1. Jos 3 I remembered God, and was troub he hath done. Ps. 142. 3. led: I complained, and amy spirit was 5 For 'he established a testimony in Ps. 14. 19. overwhelmed. Selah.
Jacob, and appointed a law in Israel, 4 Thou holdest mine eyes waking: I which he commanded our fathers, 6 that Demi. am so troubled that I cannot speak. they should make them known to their is
5 I have considered the days of old, children: the years of ancient times.
6 h That the generation to come might b Pt. 102. 18. 6 I call to remembrance 'my song in know them, even the children which the night: 61 commune with mine own should be born; who should arise and heart: and my spirit made diligent search. declare them to their children:
7 Will the LORD cast off for ever? 7 That they might set their hope in i Ps. 85. b. and will he be favourable no more? God, and not forget the works of God,
8 Is his mercy clean gone for ever? but keep his commandments: k Rom.9.6. doth his promise fail t for evermore? 8 And 'might not be as their fathers, ja hins 1.
9 Hath God” forgotten to be gracious? Ka stubborn and rebellious generation; i. hond genere hath he in anger shut up his tender mer a generation + that set not their heart and 1 Isaí. 09. 15. cies? Selah.
aright, and whose spirit was not stedfast # Divat 10 And I said, This is my infirmity: with God. but I will remember the years of the right 9 The children of Ephraim, being arm- , Hebe that hand of the most high.
ed, and † carrying bows, turned back in zared *** 11 "I will remember the works of the the day of battle. LORD: surely I will remember thy won 10 * They kept not the covenant of 2 ders of old.
God, and refused to walk in his law; 12 I will meditate also of all thy work, 11 And "forgat his works, and his forth and talk of thy doings.
wonders that he had shewed them. 13 ° Thy way, O God, is in the sanc 12 °Marvellous things did he in the P.100.15p. Exod. 15. tuary: 'who is so great a God as our God! sight of their fathers, in the land of E-5
14 Thou art the God that doest won gypt, "in the field of Zoan.
them to pass through; and" he made the Samson
with a cloud, and all the night with 16 'The waters saw thee, O God, the light of fire. waters saw thee; they were afraid: the 15 "He clave the rocks in the wilder- Ered 13 depths also were troubled.
ness, and gave them drink as out of the 1983 17 † The clouds poured out water: great depths. poured forth the skies sent out a sound: $thine ar
16 He brought "streams also out of it. A s 2 Sam. 22. rows also went abroad.
the rock, and caused waters to run down Co. + 18 The voice of thy thunder was in like rivers.
the heaven: "the lightnings lightened the 17 And they sinned yet more against 2 Sam. 22. world: "the earth trembled and shook. him by * provoking the most high in the best
19 *Thy way is in the sea, and thy path wilderness. Exod. 14. in the great waters, ' and thy footsteps 18 And they tempted God in their ! are not known.
heart by asking meat for their lust.
m Ps. 31. 22.
31. 3. A
z Numb. 11.
a Exod. 17.6. Numb.20.11.
c ver. 12. Po 105. 27, &e.
Ps. 105. 29.
Hebr. 3.18. Jedes
e Exod. 8. 24. Ps. 105
f Exod. 8. 6. Ps. 105.30.
ul. 3. 10
• Exod. 16. 4.14. P. 105.
31. I Cor. 10,
25. Ps. 103
the mighty, Ps. 103. 20.
1 Or, their beasts to the
29. Ps. 105. 36. & 136. 10.
The story of God's wrath
against the disobedient, 19 'Yea, they spake against God; , ed God, and limited the Holy One of b ver. 20. Heb.order. they said, Can God † furnish a table in Israel. the wilderness?
42 They remembered not his hand, 20 “Behold, he smote the rock, that nor the day when he delivered them || from 1. from the waters gushed out, and the streams the enemy. overflowed; can he give bread also ? can ** 43 How he had + wrought his signs he provide flesh for his people?
in Egypt, and his wonders in the field of + Heb. set. 21 Therefore the Lord heard this, and Zoan: 5 Numb. 11. b was wroth; so a fire was kindled against 44 a And had turned their rivers into dExod. 7.30.
Jacob, and anger also came up against blood; and their floods, that they could
them, which devoured them; and 'frogs, 3i. 23 Though he had commanded the which destroyed them. z;. clouds from above, a and opened the doors 46 He gave also their increase unto y Exod. 10. of heaven,
the caterpiller, and their labour unto the 105: 34, 3524 And had rained down manna upon locust. * John 6. them to eat, and had given them of the 47 "He + destroyed their vines with hExod.9.13, corn of heaven.
hail, and their sycomore trees with || frost. 33. 25 || Man did eat angels' food: he sent 48 + He gave up their cattle also to killed. the bread of them meat to the full.
the hail, and their flocks to || hot thun. Or, great 26 'He caused an east wind + to blow derbolts. 1 Numb. 11. in the heaven: and by his power he 49 He cast upon them the fierceness 21,25. Ps. + Heb. to go. brought in the south wind,
of his anger, wrath, and indignation, + Heb. He 27 He rained flesh also upon them as and trouble, by sending evil angels among jor, light. Heh, fowl dust, and + feathered fowls like as the them. sand of the sea:
50 + He made a way to his anger; he Hcb. He 28 And he let it fall in the midst of spared not their soul from death, but gave path. their camp, round about their habitations. li their life over to the pestilence;
29 So they did eat, and were well fill 51 k And smote all the firstborn in murrrcin, ed: for he gave them their own desire; Egypt; the chief of their strength in the k Exod. 12.
30 They were not estranged from their tabernacles of Ham: Numb. 11. lust. But while their meat was yet in
52 But "made his own people to go i Ps. 106. 22. their mouths,
forth like sheep, and guided them in the m Pr. 77. 20. 31 The wrath of God came upon them, wilderness like a flock. Heb. made and slew the fattest of them, and tsmote 53 And he "led them on safely, so that 195xod. 14. 1 Or, young down the || chosen men of Israel. they feared not: but the sea tover- o Exod. 14.
32 For all this they sinned still, and whelmed their enemies. & 15. * 17 believed not for his wondrous works. 54 And he brought them to the bor. Heb.com
33 "Therefore their days did he con- der of his P sanctuary, even to this moun- p Exod. 150 25k *. sume in vanity, and their years in trouble. tain,' which his right hand had purchased.
34 * When he slew them, then they 55 'He cast out the heathen also before i Ps.44. 2. sought him: and they returned and en- them, and divided them an inheritance by most ;2.3.07 quired early after God.
line, and made the tribes of Israel to 136. 21, 22. 35 And they remembered that "God dwell in their tents. was their rock, and the high God otheir 56 · Yet they tempted and provoked Judg. 2. 11, redeemer.
the most high God, and kept not his 36 Nevertheless they did 'fatter him testimonies: PEzek 33 with their mouth, and they lied unto him 57 But "turned back, and dealt un- THE with their tongues.
faithfully like their fathers: they were 28. 37 For 'their heart was not right with turned aside like a deceitful bow. him, neither were they stedfast in his 58 'For they provoked him to anger 16, 21. Judg. covenant.
with their ? high places, and moved him 38 'But he, being full of compassion, to jealousy with their graven images. P-103 is forgave their iniquity, and destroyed them
59 When God heard this, he was 7. & 12. 31. 42.63 not: yea, many a time 'turned he his wroth, and greatly abhorred Israel: Job 7,18. anger away, and did not stir up all his 60 'So that he forsook the tabernacle : Sam. 4. James 4* wrath.
of Shiloh, the tent which he placed among 6,214
. 26. 39 For " he remembered that they men; z var. 17. Ps. were but flesh; 'a wind that passeth away, 61 And delivered his strength into 1 Judg. 18. isar. 3. 13. & and cometh not again.
captivity, and his glory into the enemy's 40 How oft did they || ' provoke him hand. leo. 316, in the wilderness, and grieve him in the
62 He gave his people over also unto 1 Sam.g. xsmb. 14. desert!
the sword; and was wroth with his in41 Yea, a they turned back and tempt- heritance.
25. 10. + Heb. praised.
11. & 22. 18. f Job 27. 15.
i 1 Sam. 5,6, 12. & 6.4
s Gen. 415
Jer. 3. 18
22. & 53 u Px7+ 1.
x Isai. 3. 21. + Heb. to go
k Ps. 87. 2. 1 1 Kings 6.
+ Heb. founded, m 1 Sam. 16.
+ Heb. From after.
young he brought him ° to feed Ja G the headest Joseph "like a flock;
a Ps 7
20,2 i Sas.
ol Sam. 5. 2. i Chron. P 11. 2.
PL e Deat.
1 Or, for Asaph.
Jerusalem's destruction, and
the miseries of the church bewailed. 63 The fire consumed their young men; known among the heathen in our sight de les ?. * and their maidens were not + given to by the trevenging of the blood of thy Heb. termarriage.
servants which is shed. 64 • Their priests fell by the sword; 11 Let 'the sighing of the prisoner ? Ps. 102. 26. el San. 4. and their widows made no lamentation. come before thee; according to the great
65 Then the LORD bawaked as one ness of 7 thy power + preserve thou those + Heb. thise Ezek
. 24. 23. out of sleep, and " like a mighty man that that are appointed to die; $ 23:14.37 shouteth by reason of wine.
12 And render unto our neighbours 66 And'i he smote his enemies in the sevenfold into their bosom * their re- deesh. hinder part: he put them to a perpetual proach, whe with they have reproached judi 65 reproach.
thee, O LORD. 67 Moreover he refused the taberna 13 So "we thy people and sheep of Ps. 9+ 18 cle of Joseph, and chose not the tribe of thy pasture will give thee thanks for ever: Ephraim :
we will shew forth thy praise tto all * 1003
the miseries of the church. 8 God's former
favours are turned into judgments. 14 He m He chose David also his servant, prayeth for deliverance. a'Sam. 7. &. and took him from the sheepfolds: To the chief Musician * upon Shoshan71 +From following the
ewes great nim-Eduth, A Psalm of Asaph. with
LIVE ear, of , drept 12. Isaí. 4o. cob his people, and Israel his inheritance.
72 So he fed them according to the thou that dwellest between the cherub- 5Esed.
Pintegrity of his heart; and guided them ims, "shine forth. p1 Kings 9. by the skilfulness of his hands.
2 Before Ephraim and Benjamin and
Manasseh stir up thy strength, and † come
and save us.
3 Turn us again, O God, "and cause
4 O LORD God of hosts, how long
of thine inheritance; bthy holy tem- thy people? P. 747 ple have they defiled; they have laid
*5** Thou feedest them with the bread Hedhi azie
of tears; and givest them tears to drink the makin 2 d The dead bodies of thy servants in great measure. Chron. 36. have they given to be meat unto the fowls
6 Thou makest us a strife unto our Isai. aan 19.1023.12
. of the heaven, the flesh of thy saints unto neighbours: and our enemies laugh among & 16. 4. & 34. the beasts of the earth.
themselves. 3 Their blood have they shed like wa 7 'Turn us again, O God of hosts, and i ver. 35 ter round about Jerusalem; and there cause thy face to shine; and we shall be was none to bury them.
saved. 4 'We are become a reproach to our 8 Thou hast brought "a vine out of sig, neighbours, a scorn and derision to them Egypt: thou hast cast out the heathen, Fara 136 that are round about us.
and planted it. 5 How long, LORD? wilt thou be 9 Thou "preparedst room before it, 'A** 5*8946. angry for ever? shall thy jealousy burn and didst cause it to take deep root, and Exod2 . 1.18. like fire?
it filled the land.
upon the kingdoms that have 'not called were like + the goodly cedars.
11 She sent out her boughs unto the find
12 Why hast thou then obroken down Pen O remember not against us || for her hedges, so that all they which pass by Nab a:
mer iniquities: let thy tender mercies the way do pluck her? were before speedily prevent us: for we are "brought 13 The boar out of the wood doth
waste it, and the wild beast of the field 9 °Help us, O God of our salvation, doth devour it. ochron for the glory of thy name: and deliver 14 Return, we beseech thee, O God of Pjer. 14. 7, us, and purge away our sins, 'for thy hosts: Plook down from heaven, and be pleai name's sake.
hold, and visit this vine;
a Exod. 15. 17. Ps. 74. 2.
18. 44. & 66.
& 76. 7.
+ Heb. teith the fat of wheat.
t ver. 3,7
1 Or, for Asaph.
b Exod. 21. 6. & 22. 28.
2 Chron. 19. 7. Prov. 18. 5. + Heb. Judge. d Jer. 22. 3. e Job 29.12. Prov. 24.11.
1 Or, for
h Exod. 22.
John 10. 34
Ps. 49. 12.
a Lev. 23.94 Nurnb. 10. la
Exhortation to praise God.
A complaint for the church. q Isai. 49.5. that thou madest strong for thyself. | have llt submitted themselves unto him: Or, yielded
16 It is burned with fire, it is cut but their time should have endured for "dience. Ps. H. 39. 11. down: 'they perish at the rebuke of thy ever. countenance.
16 He should have fed them also + Heb. lied. • P. 99 . 17 'Let thy hand be upon the man of + with the finest of the wheat: and with 13, 14. .
thy right hand, upon the son of man honey 'out of the rock should I have 7
s Job 23. 6. quicken us, and we will call upon thy 1 The psalmist
, having exhorted the judges,
5 and reproved their negligence, 8 prayeth
A Psalm of Asaph.
LOD standeth in the congregation a 2 Chron. PSALM LXXXI. 1 An exhortation to a solemn praising of God. 4 God challengeth that duty by reason of
2 How long will ye judge unjustly, his benefits, 8°God, exhorting to obedience, and accept the persons of the wicked . Deut. 1. 17. complaineth of their disobedience, which Selah. proveth their own hurt.
3 + Defend the poor and fatherless : • Po.$, title. To the chief Musician *upon Gittith, A do justice to the afflicted and needy. Psalm || of Asaph.
4 * Deliver the poor and needy: rid
, i them out of the hand of the wicked.
understand; they walk on in darkness : 2 Take a psalm, and bring hither the ball the foundations of the earth are D. 11. 3. & timbrel, the pleasant harp with the psal- tout of course. tery.
6 "I have said, Ye are gods; and all media 3 Blow up the trumpet in the new of you are children of the most high. . moon, in the time appointed, on our so But 'ye shall die like men, and fall Job 21. 32. lemn feast day.
like one of the princes. 4 For this was a statute for Israel, 8 * Arise, O God, judge the earth: "for k Mic.7.2, and a law of the God of Jacob.
thou shalt inherit all nations. 5 This he ordained in Joseph for a
PSALM LXXXIII. 10r,against. testimony, when he went out through 1 A complaint to God of the enemies' conspi6P 141. the land of Egypt: b where I heard a racies. 9 A prayer against them that oplanguage that I understood not.
press the church. 6 I removed his shoulder from the A Song or Psalm ||of Asaph. The burden: his hands f were delivered from Khold not thy peace, and be note that
cret place of thunder: I ® proved thee at mult: and they that hate thee have
8 bHear, Oʻmy people, and I will tes 3 They have taken crafty counsel a-
thy hidden ones. 9 'There shall no strange god be in 4 They have said, Come, and let us Deat. 32 thee; neither shalt thou worship any cut them off from being a nation; that the "19 & 31. 1921. 3 strange god.
name of Israel may be no more in re10 I am the LORD thy God, which membrance. brought thee out of the land of Egypt: 5 For they have consulted together 34 "open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it. with one + consent: they are confeder- +Heb. hoort.
i1 But my people would not hearken ate against thee: 2 to my voice; and Israel would ”none 6 'The tabernacles of Edom, and the Scene
Ishmaelites; of Moab, and the Hagarenes; 1, 10. 11. 12 °So I gave them up || unto their 7 Gebal, and Ammon, and Amalek; the Pos. L24 own hearts' lust: and they walked in Philistines with the inhabitants of Tyre; on, to the their own counsels.
8 Assur also is joined with them: haveborenean 13 'Oh that my people had hearken- + they have holpen the children of Lot. commencenter ce immagine ed unto me, and Israel had walked in Selah. Deeds, my ways !
9 Do unto them as unto the 6 Midian- Numb, 31. 14 I should soon have subdued their ites; as to "Sisera, as to Jabin, at the 1, enemies, and turned my hand against their brook of Kison: adversaries.
10 Which perished at En-dor: 'they 5 . Po 13.45 kom. 2.5
15 ? The haters of the LORD should became as dung for the earth.
I Ps. 2. &
1 Or, for Asaph. a Ps. 28. 1. & 35. 12. &
od aasa. d Exod. 1.
a the pots.